Manchester United and Liverpool make the transfer with the "Accords" objective, with the reconstruction of Man City of 200 million pounds – rumors of the Premier League


The Premier League season is over, and now the serious summer reconstruction activity begins.

The transfer window will see the purchase and sale before August.

Here's a look at today's voices:

Matthijs de Ligt has already agreed on figures for an agreement to join Barcelona this summer, according to reports from Spain.

The international Netherlands is a goal of the Premier League, with Manchester United and Liverpool having been connected with the central in recent weeks.

But the Red Devils are worried about the possible weight gain of the defender, as revealed by Mirror Sport, while Liverpool already has a number of high-quality central centers in their books, including Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez.

This left the door open for Barcelona, ​​who has already signed De Ligt's Ajax teammate, Frenkie de Jong, for £ 67 million before the window opened.

The head of RB Leipzig alludes to Liverpool in attack for the attacker

Liverpool remained in pursuit of RB Leipzig star Timo Werner, despite the expectation of joining Bayern Munich this summer.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has long admired Germany's international having faced the striker during his time as coach of Borussia Dortmund.

Werner looks set to leave Leipzig at the end of this season, having refused to extend his current agreement that expires in June 2020.

But reports in Germany suggested he would stay in the Bundesliga, with Bayern Munich believing he had led the pursuit for his signature.

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Nicolas Pepe

Manchester United is considering a £ 45 million move for Lille striker Nicolas Pepe this summer.

Pepe has been in great shape for Lille this season, scoring 21 goals and providing 12 assists, his feats have made him a target for United, as well as PSG and Arsenal.

With doubts about the future of Romelu Lukaku in the United Kingdom, the head Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is in the market for a new striker and the 23-year-old Pepe beats every box, his versatility in knowing how to play halfway or right an important advantage.

The national team of the Ivory Coast has been a revelation this season, its pace, its power and its clinical precision have indicated it as one of the most exciting young strikers in Europe.

Lille owner Gerard Lopez has already confirmed interest in Pepe from a host of English clubs, with United making the player explore widely this season.

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Kalidou Koulibaly

Manchester United made Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly their No1 transfer goal this summer.

The United States is desperate to strengthen its defense and support the team after a disastrous seasonal goal under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Koulibaly, 27, is considered one of the best at the center of the world and could even take a record share to lure him to the Old Trafford with the Naples that insists they don't want to sell.

Liverpool paid £ 75m to Virgil van Dijk in January 2018 and the Dutch defender turned out to be a fantastic deal.

The United Solskjaer boss is desperate for support in the transfer window as he tries to rebuild his defense team in a key area.

Review of Man City

Pep Guardiola, director of Manchester City, would like to strengthen his ranks with at least four new arrivals this summer: an expense that could exceed £ 200m.

The Spanish boss led his team for the second consecutive Premier League title on Sunday, a 4-1 comeback victory in Brighton that secured triumph over Liverpool rivals.

And Guardiola, whose triple city team that faces Watford in the FA Cup final this weekend, is already looking forward to the next season.

According to the Daily Mail, the former Barcelona coach wants to add a defender, two midfielders and a striker to his ranks.

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Do you dance out?

The desperate request of Real Madrid to download Gareth Bale this summer saw the superstar offer a sensational return to Tottenham – in what would have been a £ 10m loan at reduced price.

Zinedine Zidane, who has returned as manager of the Madrid at the beginning of this season, does not see a future for Bale at the Bernabeu.

The Real Madrid coach left Bale out of his squad for the recent defeat to Real Sociedad, due to a summer transfer from the La Liga club to the Welsh international.

And the Spanish giants seem to be willing to decide to separate from the advance, so much so that they are willing to risk their wages.

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Spending summer for United

Manchester United will move to Idrissa Gueye in the summer as part of a massive relocation of the transfer to the Old Trafford.

Gueye is deployed to replace Ander Herrera after the midfielder confirmed over the weekend that he could not find a new contract.

Herrera is now set to join Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer and according to the Daily Mail, the international Everton and Senegal Gueye midfielder is on United's radar.

He believes that Everton will require 40 million pounds for the 29-year-old who left three years to execute his agreement at Goodison Park.

Meanwhile, he must pay at least £ 60 million for Sporting Bruno Fernandes midfielder according to reports.

The 24-year-old was strongly linked to the transition to the Premier League with both Manchester clubs expressing an interest, between the other from all over Europe.

According to Record (translated by Sport Witness), the Lisbon club is trying to take advantage of a potential bidding war by raising the asking price.

It is now believed that Fernandes can go to the region of 70 million euros.

MADRID, SPAIN – APRIL 5: Bruno Fernandes of Sporting CP reacts while he fails to score during the UEFA Europa League quarter-final a match between Club Atletico Madrid and Sporting CP at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium on 5 April 2018 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno / Getty Images) *** Caption locale *** Bruno Fernandes

In addition to a potential cash move for Fernandes, United is also tied to a move for the Portuguese international Joao Cancelo.

Squawka reported that Oe Gunnar Solskjaer sees the 24-year-old future as a United, with Antonio Valencia leaving the club.

Cancelo signed for Inter only last summer, but could be available for around 50 million pounds.

The last one by De Ligt

Liverpool will have to make a £ 75m move for Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt, as reported by Spain.

Barcelona is intent on conquering the central defender, but fear that Liverpool may hijack their approach.

Barça has already signed De Ligt's Ajax and Dutch team-mate Frenkie De Jong for £ 67 million, but Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk has also partnered with de Ligt on the international scene.

De Ligt was asked about his future after what many believe will have been his last Ajax at home over the weekend, and he said: "Was it my last game at the Johan Cruyff Arena? I don't know yet.

"There are conversations, but there is still no agreement.

"With whom? The newspapers write, so you choose yourself," he joked.

Arsenal joins the Maguire race

Arsenal entered the race to sign Harry Maguire, according to The Sun.

The Leicester and England defender was a long-term goal for Manchester United, but now he must face the competition of the Gunners.

Both clubs are trying to strengthen their defensive lines and welcome their experience in the Premier League.

Hazard's suggestion

Eden Hazard admits that he put himself in the lead for his future at Chelsea when the Belgian left a clear suggestion.

Hazart appeared to greet Chelsea fans after a 0-0 draw against Leicester City on Sunday

He claims to have told the club fifteen days ago what he wanted to do this summer – with a move of 100 million pounds to Real Madrid apparently at stake.

Eden Hazard of Chelsea continues to attract transfer interests.

Hazard said: "I made my decision. I'm still waiting as you are waiting and how the fans are waiting."

Asked if he would like the matter to be clarified earlier, he said: "Yes, I wanted this, but it didn't happen. I told the club a couple of weeks ago."

Has Chelsea, which has secured the best placement in four, made the difference? Hazard added: "No. I don't think so. I made my decision, that's right. I'm still waiting.

"We have an ending to play and then I'll see. I made my decision but it's not just about me."