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  • Perisic will cost Man Utd €35-40m as Int...

    Manchester United transfer target Ivan Perisic wants to quit Inter this summer and would command a transfer fee of €35-40 million, Goal has learned. United manager Jose Mourinho hit the headlines on Friday after he was spotted in Zagreb ahead of Croatia’s World Cup 2018 qualifie...

    Perisic will cost Man Utd €35-40m as Inter shortlist Alexis as replacement

    Manchester United transfer target Ivan Perisic wants to quit Inter this summer and would command a transfer fee of €35-40 million, Goal has learned. United manager Jose Mourinho hit the headlines on Friday after he was spotted in Zagreb ahead of Croatia’s World Cup 2018 qualifier against Ukraine. Mourinho is a big fan of the 28-year-old winger, who is determined to leave the Serie A club this summer. Top 50 teenagers in world football Goal understands that only Champions League football could potentially convince Perisic to remain at San Siro, but that seems unlikely with Inter eight points off a playoff place with just nine games to go. Perisic recently changed his representative to Fali Ramadani in a bid to facilitate a move to the English Premier League, a competition the wideman has never hidden his desire to play in. The former Wolfsburg star’s contract at Inter expires in 2020 and he would cost Manchester United a transfer fee of €35-40m were a deal to be agreed. Chelsea have also been linked to the Euro 2016 star in recent months. Inter are open to letting Perisic leave in order to fund a big-money transfer of their own – with Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, Fiorentina’s Federico Bernardeschi and Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi on the shortlist to replace the Croatian. Mourinho is also keeping an eye on Perisic’s Inter and Croatia team-mate Marcelo Brozovic, whose future at San Siro past the summer is also in doubt.  

  • ‘Marco wants to win and he can’t do that...

    The agent of Marco Verratti has dropped a strong hint that the Italy international is not currently happy at Paris Saint-Germain. NxGn: The Top 50 teenage talents Over the course of the last year, there have been reports that the midfielder is unsettled at the Parc des Princes,...

    ‘Marco wants to win and he can’t do that at PSG’ – Verratti agent hints at transfer

    The agent of Marco Verratti has dropped a strong hint that the Italy international is not currently happy at Paris Saint-Germain. NxGn: The Top 50 teenage talents Over the course of the last year, there have been reports that the midfielder is unsettled at the Parc des Princes, while there have recently been rumours that the likes of Inter, Barcelona, Juventus, Chelsea and Manchester United all want to sign the 24-year-old. Donato Di Campli, his representative, has fanned the speculation but did suggest that a summer move could be difficult to broker.  “Marco wants to win and at PSG just now he cannot,” he told Gazzetta Dello Sport. “He has been in Paris for five years and now has to make up his mind: does he want to earn a lot without winning anything or lift trophies and become a champion?  “The situation is very complicated, particularly because his contract is long. This is not a money problem. “One thing is for certain: if he leaves PSG, it will be for a top European club.” Verratti appears to have grown increasingly unsettled in Paris following the club's embarrassing 6-1 defeat against Barcelona in the Champions League, which saw them exit the competition having won the first leg 4-0 in the French capital.

  • Liverpool not in transfer battle with In...

    Liverpool’s intentions to reinforce their squad in the summer do not include the pursuit of Roma defender Kostas Manolas, who is the subject of interest from several top European clubs.  Lindelof breaks silence over Man Utd Reports in recent days have suggested Jurgen Klopp is ...

    Liverpool not in transfer battle with Inter and PSG for Roma's Manolas

    Liverpool’s intentions to reinforce their squad in the summer do not include the pursuit of Roma defender Kostas Manolas, who is the subject of interest from several top European clubs.  Lindelof breaks silence over Man Utd Reports in recent days have suggested Jurgen Klopp is one of the managers looking to add the 25-year-old to his line-up for next season, but Goal understands the Greece international is not under consideration.  The Reds do have designs on strengthening their rearguard, but are not involved in the battle to land Manolas, who is expected to cost in the region of £35 million, with Inter currently frontrunners to secure his talents.  Chicago sign Schweinsteiger Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Barcelona have all been linked to the impressive centre-back, while Chelsea and Manchester United made enquiries in 2016.  Arsenal, meanwhile, used Manolas as a pawn in their negotiations to sign Shkodran Mustafi from Valencia.  Neymar drops huge Man Utd hint Roma have attempted to extend the Greek's stay at the Stadio Olimpico, with his current deal expiring in 2019, but an exit is looking increasingly inevitable in the off-season.

  • Inter's Champions League dream may be ov...

    Stefano Pioli has acknowledged Inter's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League hang in the balance after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Torino. Pioli's side went into Saturday's clash at the Stadio Olimpico on the back of two thumping wins - beating Cagliari 5-1 and Atalan...

    Inter's Champions League dream may be over, admits frustrated Pioli

    Stefano Pioli has acknowledged Inter's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League hang in the balance after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Torino. Pioli's side went into Saturday's clash at the Stadio Olimpico on the back of two thumping wins - beating Cagliari 5-1 and Atalanta 7-1 - but failed to claim all three points against a resilient Torino, despite two calamitous mistakes from Joe Hart. Hart blunders gift Inter a point The result leaves Inter in fifth, five points behind third-placed Napoli, who play their game in hand against Empoli on Sunday. Pioli now believes that a return to the Champions League may be beyond the Nerazzurri's reach. "The Champions League - and an incredible goal we set ourselves - is certainly more distant now," Pioli told Premium Sport. "We are not satisfied. The performance was not the best, even if the will and desire was there. We missed an opportunity. "We played against an aggressive opponent, but we did not adapt quickly enough. We made a lot of technical errors. Europe's least stable squads "Despite all this, however, there is regret, because in the end we had three or four chances and we deserved to win. Until the end we tried to win it, but we did not succeed. "It is clear that those teams in front of us are strong and often win. I was expecting something more tonight. Now we have to recover and prepare for the final push."

  • On-loan Hart gifts Inter a point with pa...

    A pair of mistakes by Joe Hart allowed Inter Milan to escape with a 2-2 draw against Torino Saturday. Goals from Daniele Baselli and Afriyie Acquah arguably should have been enough for the hosts to move up to ninth with the victory, only for the on-loan keeper to concede a pair ...

    On-loan Hart gifts Inter a point with pair of blunders

    A pair of mistakes by Joe Hart allowed Inter Milan to escape with a 2-2 draw against Torino Saturday. Goals from Daniele Baselli and Afriyie Acquah arguably should have been enough for the hosts to move up to ninth with the victory, only for the on-loan keeper to concede a pair he would love to have back. Unstoppable Chelsea killing EPL title race With the game scoreless in the 27th minute, Hart only got a touch on Geoffrey Kondogbia's low drive and watched as it slowly trickled into the net to give Inter the lead. After Baselli's equalizer six minutes later, Torino would go up in the 59th minute thanks to Acquah. But while Hart perhaps could be forgiven for not being quick or strong enough on Inter's opener, there aren't any good excuses for the second. Hart just missed a cross into his six-yard box, appearing to misjudge the flight and over-run it as he came for the ball. The chance fell to Antonio Candreva, who buried the shot into the empty net to level the score in the 62nd minute. That's how it finished. Manchester City keeper Omar Bravo has been befallen by numerous gaffes on his own this season, leaving City fans wondering if the club would have been better off keeping Hart instead. But on this night, the English keeper did not make a compelling argument as to why he should again be City's No.1, if he returns to the club when his loan finishes.

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