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  • Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Ci...

    Pep prepares £100m Hazard bid Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has made Eden Hazard his top transfer priority for the summer, claims the Daily Star . Despite romping to a record Premier League title victory in 2017-18, the manager is keen to reinforce his attack wi...

    Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man City line up £100m Hazard bid

    Pep prepares £100m Hazard bid Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has made Eden Hazard his top transfer priority for the summer, claims the Daily Star . Despite romping to a record Premier League title victory in 2017-18, the manager is keen to reinforce his attack with Chelsea's star.  But Hazard will not come cheap, with a £100 million ($135m) fee and wages worth £300,000 ($404,000) a week needed to convince the Blues into a sale to their rivals. Man Utd keen on Willian Manchester United are interested in signing Chelsea forward Willian, according to Sky Sports. Jose Mourinho is keen to further bolster his squad after a trophyless campaign at Old Trafford, and worked with Willian during his time in west London. Brazil international Willian, meanwhile, would be keen to leave Chelsea should Antonio Conte remain in charge. PSG open Lewandowski talks Paris Saint-Germain have opened talks with Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski, according to L'Equipe du Soir. They are keeping tabs on the Poland international star in case Edinson Cavani decides to leave the club this summer.  Cavani is wanted by Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone to supplement his attacking options next season, with Antoine Griezmann set to depart for Barcelona. MLS an option for Hart Joe Hart could be on his way to MLS this summer as he plots a permanent move away from Manchester City, according to The Sun. The England international has one year to run on his City contract but wants to find pastures new ahead of next season following loan spells at Torino and West Ham. And New York City have emerged as an option for Hart, with the MLS outfit likely to have to pay around £3 million ($4m) for his services. Toure set for Pellegrini reunion Yaya Toure could be set for a reunion with former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini at West Ham, according to the Daily Telegraph. Ivory Coast international Toure is leaving City this summer on a free transfer but is reportedly keen to remain in the Premier League. And Pellegrini's imminent arrival at the London Stadium is set to increase the chances of Toure joining the Irons. Wilshere set for new Arsenal deal Jack Wilshere is set to commit his future to Arsenal, according to The Mirror. With Mikel Arteta set to be confirmed as the Gunners' new boss, the midfielder is poised to sign a three-year contract, having looked likely to leave the club throughout the season. Everton, Wolves, AC Milan and Juventus had been interested in him. Alderweireld leads Man Utd's overhaul plans Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld leads Manchester United's transfer wishlist as Jose Mourinho prepares to overhaul his squad, according to the Mirror . Mourinho's second season ended without a single trophy after Chelsea downed the Red Devils in the FA Cup final.  And the manager is set to receive a pot of £250 million ($337m) to turn things around, with Alderweireld a potential target alongside the likes of Napoli's Jorginho, Fred of Shakhtar and Nice's Jean Michael Seri.  Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw, Daley Blind and Matteo Darmian are among the players who could make way in what is set to be a busy summer at Old Trafford. Cahill calls for Conte clarification Chelsea's Gary Cahill has called for a swift resolution over the future of Antonio Conte after claiming that the uncertainty harmed their chances over the course of the season. "I probably want the uncertainty to be put to bed and for whatever is going to happen, to happen," Cahill said after lifting the FA Cup at Wembley. "Naturally, we will see what happens with the club. I don’t really want to speak about it. Today is about celebrating the FA Cup. It is out of our hands. Read the full story on Goal! Emery battles Arteta for Arsenal job Unai Emery has emerged as a late contender to beat out Mikel Arteta for the Arsenal job, the Daily Mail   claims. The former Gunners midfielder remains favourite to take over from Arsene Wenger having cut his coaching teeth under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.  But Emery's trophy record with Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain has marked him out to the silverware-starved Arsenal board, and he could yet challenge Arteta with no deal having yet been struck. Real offer Bale & Kroos to seal Neymar signing Real Madrid are prepared to include Gareth Bale and Toni Kroos in a record-breaking deal to bring Neymar to the Spanish capital, claims Don Balon . Florentino Perez's overtures to Paris Saint-Germain have so far fallen on deaf ears, as the Ligue 1 champions hold out for €400 million (£349m/$471m) in order to consider a sale.  But the president will try to lower that price to €200m (£175m/$235m) by offering two world-class players as part of the deal. Roma lead the chase for Kluivert Roma have taken the lead in the race to sign Ajax star Justin Kluivert, reports  France Football. The 19-year-old striker is likely to be sold after rejecting Ajax's most recent contract offer , and has attracted interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs. But the Giallorossi have made the most progress out of any of Kluivert's suitors, and are in advanced discussions for the promising Dutch talent.  Pogba open to future PSG move Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has indicated his willingness to join Paris Saint-Germain in the future.  Speculation over the 25-year-old's future has been rampant in recent months after Pogba was occasionally benched in the second half of the season. Pogba was in Paris for a photoshoot this week, leading to more talk he could be in line for a move to the Ligue 1 champions. Read the full story on Goal! Everton hope to appoint Silva Everton are hopeful of appointing Marco Silva as their new manager this week, according to the Daily Mail. The Toffees still need to resolve an ongoing issue with Silva's former club Watford, who made a formal complaint to the Premier League when Everton approached him in January.  Silva was later sacked by the Hornets, and Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is confident that issue can be resolved before the 40-year-old takes charge at Goodison Park.  Bayern leading race for Rodrigo Bayern Munich are leading the chase for Valencia striker Rodrigo Moreno, reports Marca .  The 27-year-old has attracted interest from all over Europe after scoring 19 goals for Los Che in 2017-18.  The German side have contacted Valencia about Rodrigo's availability, with the forward likely to cost at least €60 million (£52m/$71m). Pellegrini to take over at West Ham West Ham United will name Manuel Pellegrini as their new manager by Tuesday at the latest, reports the Mirror .  The former Man City boss most recently managed in China with Hebei China Fortune, which he departed at the weekend.  The Hammers were interested in Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez, but the Spaniard ultimately decided to stay put after owner Mike Ashley promised a financial windfall in the transfer market.   Napoli chief hints Sarri will leave Napoli chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis has expressed his frustration with manager Maurizio Sarri. who has yet to commit his future to the club.  " Time has run out," De Laurentiis said about his manager clarifying his future, with Sarri linked with the soon-to-be vacant job at Chelsea.  Sarri was previously reported to be nearing a new contract with Napoli, but De Laurentiis has suggested that may not be the case.  Read the full story on Goal!

  • Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Messi ...

    Messi convinces Griezmann on Barca move Lionel Messi has convinced Antoine Griezmann to move to Barcelona, AS claims. The striker has been offered new terms at Atletico Madrid and would stand to earn more if he stays at his current club. The call from Messi is seemingl...

    Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Messi talks Griezmann into Barca move

    Messi convinces Griezmann on Barca move Lionel Messi has convinced Antoine Griezmann to move to Barcelona, AS claims. The striker has been offered new terms at Atletico Madrid and would stand to earn more if he stays at his current club. The call from Messi is seemingly too much to turn down, however, with the report suggesting the Argentine has said the Barca dressing room are waiting for the Frenchman with open arms. Milan offer Fellaini contract AC Milan have offered a three-year deal to Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, according to The Times. The Belgium international is out of contract this summer, though he remains hopeful he can stay at Old Trafford. The Red Devils are set to speak to the player next week regarding his future, though Milan are hopeful he can be tempted to Italy. Willian fuels Conte rift rumours Chelsea forward Willian has fuelled reports that he has fallen out with manager Antonio Conte. Willian, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United, had to wait until the 89th minute before being brought off the bench for Saturday's FA Cup final. And in an image posted on Instagram after the match the Brazilian chose to block out Conte with a series of emojis. Read the full story on Goal! Arteta wants full control of transfers Mikel Arteta wants a big say in who Arsenal sign and the power to veto recommendations from the club's recruitment department, the Daily Mail claims. The former Gunners midfielder is in the process of finalising negotiations on a deal to become Arsene Wenger's successor, which includes power over transfers and his own backroom staff. Wenger's level of control at the club will not be afforded to any new manager coming in as Arsenal move to a different management model, but Arteta wants to be able to put his own stamp on things should he take over at the Emirates. Vieira agrees deal to manage Nice Patrick Vieira, fresh off the back of being linked with the vacant Arsenal job, has agreed to take over from Lucien Favre at Nice, l'Equipe reports. The French outlet claims negotiations are at an advanced stage and the former Gunners icon could be announced as the Ligue 1 side's new boss in the coming days. Ashley ups Newcastle price to £400m A proposed takeover of Newcastle United is on the brink of collapse after owner Mike Ashley once again upped his asking price, the Mirror reports. Businesswoman Amanda Stavely has been pushing to finalise a deal for over six months, with Ashley's latest price hike – from £320m to £400m – leaving the 45-year-old wondering whether to put any more time in to what has been a perplexing episode. Should the deal fall through, the future of highly regarded manager Rafa Benitez will almost certainly lie somewhere other than St. James' Park, with Russian side Zenit St. Petersburg the latest to be linked with an interest. Chelsea accept defeat in Pochettino chase Mauricio Pochettino has held positive talks with the Tottenham hierarchy over his future at the club, leaving Chelsea to accept defeat in their pursuit of the Argentine, the Telegraph reports. There had been doubts over whether the overachieving manager would remain with the Lilywhites after admitting that he would be speaking to owner Daniel Levy about the direction the club are heading in. Talks are said to have progressed well, however, and more are planned, with the London side seemingly confident the 46-year-old will sign a new deal worth an estimated £8.5 million per year. Wilshere offered to PSG Jack Wilshere's representatives have offered their client's services to Paris Saint-Germain, l'Equipe claims. It has been said that the midfielder wants to extend his stay at Arsenal but is unhappy with the incentivised deal being offered. The 26-year-old's agents are shopping him out to potential suitors but the report states that new PSG boss Thomas Tuchel is unlikely to want to sign him. Leicester want Barca's Marlon Leicester are hopeful of sealing a deal for Barcelona-owned centre-back Marlon, according to The Sun. The Brazilian, 22, is currently midway through a two-year loan spell at Ligue 1 side Nice, who have the option to buy at the end of that term. The Foxes, however, are said to be willing to meet the same figure - €20 million (£17.5m/$23.5m) – Barca are demanding, but have the advantage of being able to offer better wages than the French club. Spurs keeping tabs on Boca Juniors star Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino will keep close tabs on Colombian midfielder Wilmar Barrios as the World Cup, The Sun claims. The Boca Juniors star is said to be a prospective target for the Spurs manager, who is looking for a new defensive presence to shield his backline. Pochettino is hopeful that a relatively cheap deal can be struck – around £25 million ($33.5m) – and that Barrios' presence will help his countryman Davinson Sanchez settle in with the London side. Fekir to Liverpool 99 per cent done Lyon star Nabil Fekir’s move to Champions League finalists Liverpool is 99 per cent done according to French TV station Canal+ (via the Mirror .) Liverpool would surrender around £60 million ($81m) in order to land the France international. Everton hopeful of Rooney departure Everton hope Sam Allardyce’s departure from the club doesn’t change Wayne Rooney’s opinion over a move to MLS, reports the Mirror . Conflict with the now ex-Toffees boss had driven Rooney to seek an exit, with a deal nearing completion with D.C. United. There is speculation Rooney may wait until a new manager is hired to make a final decision but Everton owner Farhad Moshiri wants Rooney’s wage off the books and hopes he departs the club. Atletico target Vardy Diego Simeone has identified Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy as his preferred replacement for Antoine Griezmann, reports the Mirror . Simeone was impressed by Vardy’s performance against his club in the Champions League last season and thinks he can compliment Diego Costa up top. However, Leicester do not want to lose their man and are in talks with Vardy over a new deal. Gunes hints at Liverpool move for Talisca Besiktas manager Senol Gunes has revealed that the Turkish club won't be signing Anderson Talisca from Benfica and hinted at a Liverpool move for the player. Gunes said the Brazilian, who has spent the last two seasons on loan from Benfica, could become a rival to former Besiktas forward Cenk Tosun, who moved to Everton over the winter. Reports have also linked Talisca to Wolves and Manchester United over the past few days. Read the full story on Goal! Juventus to renew Bellerin interest Juventus are ready to return once more for Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin, according to the Daily and Sunday Express . The Serie A champions have had an interest in the Gunners defender the last few summers but have been rebuffed by the London club. While Juventus will not meet Arsenal’s £50 million ($67m) asking price they believe the Gunners will be willing to listen to other offers. Vrsaljko to Manchester United’s first summer target Manchester United is hoping to complete a £35 million ($47m) move for Atletico Madrid’s Sime Vrsaljko, reports the Mirror . Negotiations are already underway with Atletico over the defender with Jose Mourinho hoping to reinforce his backline. Marsch a candidate for RB Leipzig New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch is being considered for the now open RB Leipzig job according to Bild . Former manager Ralph Hasenhuttl departed the club on Friday after failing to agree a new deal. Marsch was linked to the Red Bull Salzburg job in 2017, and has made playoffs each of his three seasons in charge of the MLS side. Fellaini moves out of home Marouane Fellaini has moved out of his home in Cheshire, possibly signaling the end of his career with Manchester United, reports the Mirror . Fellaini, who can leave on a free this summer, has rejected multiple contract offers from the Red Devils this year as they have offered him only a one-year deal. And the midfielder packed up his home before joining his team-mates in London for their 1-0 FA Cup loss to Chelsea. Navas leaving options open Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas is not committed to remaining with the capital club next season, reports Don Balon . Navas has not liked how the club has been linked to other goalkeepers during the last few seasons. Juventus, in the market to replace Gianluigi Buffon, could be in the mix for Navas’ services and the Costa Rica international may listen. Everton join Zaha race Everton are the latest Premier League club to join the hunt to sign Crystal Palace attacker Wilfried Zaha, according to the Sun . The club wants to make Zaha the key piece in their new manager’s tenure, with the new boss expected to be Marco Silva. Palace are expected to fight to keep the Ivory Coast international however, and are willing to offer fresh terms for him to remain.

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  • Bayern Munich spending spree ruled out a...

    Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has ruled out the possibility of the Bundesliga champions spending big money in the transfer window. Jupp Heynckes' fourth spell in charge of Bayern came to a disappointing end on Saturday, as Niko Kovac - who will take over at the Allianz Are...

    Bayern Munich spending spree ruled out amid talk of €60m Bailey move

    Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has ruled out the possibility of the Bundesliga champions spending big money in the transfer window. Jupp Heynckes' fourth spell in charge of Bayern came to a disappointing end on Saturday, as Niko Kovac - who will take over at the Allianz Arena next month - masterminded a 3-1 victory for Eintracht Frankfurt in the DFB-Pokal final. That defeat leaves Bayern with just the Bundesliga title to their name this campaign but Hoeness, following comments from Joshua Kimmich regarding a "brutally disappointing season", does not believe a squad overhaul is required. "That's totally stupid," Hoeness said of Kimmich's comments, ahead Bayern's championship celebrations in Munich. "I'm not going to make a bad impression of this outstanding season. "We certainly will not make a 100 million transfer this year. We will more or less go into the season with the squad, let's see what Niko does with it. "We need one or two players who will perform at their best in the important games - and not when we play against the weakest opponents. "For the players who do not, we will say that clearly they will be sold. I do not want to talk about names." Leon Bailey is among the latest to have been linked with a big-money move to the Allianz Arena, with the Bayer Leverkusen winger reported to be the subject of €60 million (£53m/$71m) interest. Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has also been mooted as a possible target following a difficult debut season in England, but it appears unlikely that several marquee additions will be made.

  • Boateng can't rule out Bayern exit as he...

    Jerome Boateng is unable to commit his future to Bayern Munich, with the defender at a stage of his career where another foreign adventure would be appealing. The 29-year-old is tied to a contract with the Bundesliga champions until 2021, but may not see that agreement out. Hav...

    Boateng can't rule out Bayern exit as he considers another foreign adventure

    Jerome Boateng is unable to commit his future to Bayern Munich, with the defender at a stage of his career where another foreign adventure would be appealing. The 29-year-old is tied to a contract with the Bundesliga champions until 2021, but may not see that agreement out. Having previously spent time outside of his native Germany at Manchester City, the World Cup winner is weighing up his options once again. He maintains that he is happy and settled at the Allianz Arena, with there no intention on his part to push for a move, but he is ruling nothing out as he leaves himself open to enticing offers. Boateng told Sky Deutschland: “Foreign countries are always interesting. You do not get many chances. “Everyone has to decide for himself whether he want to gain an experience like that again. “I'm at a different age now than I was at Manchester City and at the point of thinking about it again. “Of course it's very difficult to move away from Bayern. That would not be a decision against Bayern, I've been feeling very well in Munich for years.” While Boateng may be hinting at a future away from Bayern, club legend Lothar Matthaus doubts that a deal will be done. He considers a proven centre-half to be too important to the Munich cause for them to let him leave, while few clubs can rival the project on offer in Bavaria. The former Germany captain said: “Bayern would lose stability in their defence as Jerome is one of the best centre-backs in the world. He has shown that many times – not only at Bayern, but also in the national team. “It would have to be something really big [to lure him elsewhere].” Boateng has previously admitted to having “achieved everything at Bayern”, with career questions set to be asked over the summer. He does, however, have World Cup commitments to come first, with Joachim Low having selected him for a defence of that crown despite untimely injuries having ruined his end to the domestic season.

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