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TOP STORY: no chance that Dembele leaves the boat
The longest saga of transfers this summer has seen Barcelona offer Paris Saint-Germain almost the entire team of its first team to compensate for the lack of money at hand that they have to bring Neymar return to Camp Nou. A name that has been consistently cited as a potential weight is Ousmane Dembele.
But according to the quotations from L & # 39; Equipe attributed to the international agent of France, Dembele, who has taken an injury Friday and will be released for more than a month, is not going anywhere.
"He has no intention of leaving FC Barcelona for a moment," said Sissoko. "He is Barcelona and will remain 1,000 percent with the will to honor the colors of the club".
More interestingly, Sissoko states that Dembele has been the subject of "several major European clubs". So, who else wanted to add the 22-year-old striker to his ranks?
While we're at it, a quick update on the Barca-Neymar situation: PSG rejected a € 190 million offer from Barcelona that would see Neymar return to the Camp Nou on loan, according to ESPN FC.
The bumper contract guarantees Sancho stays
Jadon Sancho The Daily Mail has signed a new £ 190,000 contract a week to stay at Borussia Dortmund.
The 19-year-old recently turned down offers from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain and the news that he signed a new contract with his current club will also come as bad news for Manchester City, which had also been interested in them.
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This means that if these, or other interested parties, decide to chase Sancho next summer, their price will be greatly inflated.
The England striker scored 13 goals and added 15 assists for the Bundesliga runners-up last season.
Brugge is passionate about Wanyama
Brugge is preparing to make a move for the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama, according to Express.
The 28-year-old has only made four appearances for Spurs last season and has yet to appear in their 2019-20 campaign.
It was thought that the £ 18m international Kenya would have been able to remain in the Premier League when West Ham United's London comrades had approached him with a loan contract, but this failed before the closing of the Premier League transfer window.
Wanyama is still two years old with his £ 65,000 contract a week and wants to leave Mauricio Pochettino's team. The signature of Tanguy Ndombele of Marseille would suggest that they are not even too enthusiastic about him.
– Michy Batshuayi he wants to stay at Chelsea and fight for his place in the Frank Lampard line-up, according to the Evening Standard. Reportedly, the Belgian striker asked for six months to try to prove his worth at Stamford Bridge rather than being loaned for the fourth time.
– Davide Zappacosta is set for a seasonal loan to Roma from Chelsea, with the Italian club tweeting from a photo of the defender arrival in the eternal city on Tuesday The loan marks a return for Zappacosta in Serie A, who joined Chelsea from Turin with a four-year deal for £ 23 million in 2017.