Agent shopping Pogba to potential buyers
Mino Raiola is sounding out potential buyers for Paul Pogba, The Mirror reports.
The stance has upset Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho, but the Portuguese boss has several players on his squad who are represented by the super agent.
Pogba, the report claims, is ready to ride out the storm with the Premier League giants.
Man United move ahead in Fred race
Manchester United have moved in front of Man City in the race to sign Fred from Shakhtar Donetsk, reports the Daily Star .
In fact, the main rival for the Brazilian, according to the report, is now French side PSG.
Luis Enrique stalls on Chelsea deal
Former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique is stalling on taking a deal to manage Chelsea with one eye on the situation at Arsenal, reports the Daily Star.
Should the Gunners decide to part ways with Arsene Wenger, the 46-year-old would like to take charge in north London rather than moving to manage the Blues, where the managerial position is less stable.
Klopp wants Draxler at Liverpool
Jurgen Klopp wants to bring Julian Draxler to Anfield, Transfermarketweb reports.
The German manager got to know the PSG attacker well when both were in the Bundesliga, and wants to add him to the Reds’ considerable attacking group.
Bayern want to swap James for Dembele
Bayern Munich are looking to sign James Rodriguez to a permanent deal with an eye toward a swap move for Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele, Don Balon claims.
The former Real Madrid star is ready for a return to Spain and could have a door open for a return to Los Blancos should Zinedine Zidane depart the club.
But Barcelona are also interested, and with the club on the verge of a deal for Antoine Griezmann would be willing to move Dembele back to the Bundesliga with the Colombian in part exchange.
Madrid set to move for Bonucci
Real Madrid are weighing up a move for AC Milan defender Leonardo Bonucci, according to CalcioMercato .
While Milan may not be willing to let Bonucci depart after just one season, Los Blancos have a list of defenders that also includes David Luiz, Milan Skriniar and Clement Lenglet as they look to rebuild in the summer.
Son & Spurs to discuss new deal
Tottenham and forward Heung-Min Son are set for talks over a new contract, Sky Sports reports.
Son’s current deal runs through 2020, but the club are now ready to discuss new terms as the South Korean approaches the 20-goal mark for the second season running.
Madrid favourites for Alisson
Liverpool are set to miss out on Roma goalkeepr Alisson as Real Madrid are poised to swoop, reports The Mirror .
Jurgen Klopp was prepared to smash the world transfer record for a goalkeeper for the £70million-rated 25-year-old, but Madrid are now looking to go even higher to land their top target.
Cairney priced at £20m
Fulham ace Tom Cairney will allowed to leave the club for £20million this summer if the club can’t secure promotion, The Mirror claims.
West Ham, Watford and Newcastle are all interested in making a move for the 27-year-old, with the Hammers having put in a bid for him of £18m during the winter window.
Madrid deny Lewandowski deal
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has told Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge that his club haven’t agreed terms with Robert Lewandowski, according to Münchner Merku .
Mundo Deportivo had claimed that Madrid have settled on personal terms with Lewandowski over a deal for the Bayern striker to move to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer.
However, despite ongoing speculation that Lewandowski could leave the Allianz Arena at the end of the season, Perez has informed Rummenigge that there has been no contact.
Courtois commits future to Chelsea
Thibaut Courtois has quashed talk of an imminent move to Real Madrid by vowing to spend at least one more season at Chelsea.
“I have a contract until next year and I will be here. I will do my best for it.
“Obviously there is no extension signed but I don’t think now is the moment to do it. I think it is better to wait until the end of the season.
“All I can say is I’m committed to Chelsea and also committed for next year.”
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