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TOP STORY: Madrid monitors the situation of Dybala
It's not all right in Turin. After leaving his teammates for a first-degree shower after being an unused substitute against Parma, Paulo Dybala he played a miserable seven minutes in Sassuolo.
The Argentine international made known his dissatisfaction and Real Madrid received the message loud and clear, according to AS.
Los Blancos I've been interested in the twenty-five-year-old striker for the better part of three years, and the Old Lady's disharmony might encourage them to make their move in the summer.
In a close season that could see the discharge of Madrid Isco, Gareth Bale and more, the report says they are evaluating an offer of 120 million euros for Dybala. It also suggests that they would prefer a cash-only purchase, rather than including any player to lower the odds.
With Marcelo having been connected with the departure from the Spanish capital for the north of Italy to follow in the footsteps of the dear friend Cristiano Ronaldo, the thirty-year-old Brazilian could be a useful witness in such an agreement?
23.50 GMT: This will do it for today's LIVE Talk Transfer blog. We hope you enjoyed the return of the Champions League and all the latest voices and noises from around the world of football. Remember to check back in a few hours for further conversations. Good night!
23:30 GMT: James Rodriguez to & # 39; arsenal? Not so fast.
With rumors that swirl the two could be a game considering that the Colombian weather in Monaco seems to get closer to the end, the Spanish outlet Marca has given a blow to the fans of the Gunners.
The newspaper says that James prefers a return to Madrid or a move to Juventus and that the playmaker is not exactly enthusiastic about playing in the Premier League.
Same story, different day for Arsenal as another top player is connected with the club, but the player's interest does not seem mutual.
22.40 GMT: We have already talked about Tottenham beating Arsenal rivals for Ivan Perisic but what about the Spurs who are moving for another of their rival rivals?
The Mirror claims that Tottenham is interested in making a move for Liverpool's striker out of the game Daniel Sturridge. According to the report, the Spurs are planning to offer the 29-year-old a two-year contract with Sturridge that also attracts the interest of MLS's New York City FC.
Sturridge has four goals in 20 appearances with the Reds this season, but has found time to play with Roberto Firmino in front of him at Anfield.
21.50 GMT: Here is a sensational as Sky News Arabia claims that Juventus could be ready to make a gigantic offer to sign the Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah.
The report states that Cristiano Ronaldo and the club "leaders" have given the club the best to negotiate with Liverpool, with a tax for the Egyptian could rise up to 175 million pounds, second only to the 200 million PSG paid Neymar in 2017.
We do not see this happen, but you never know in football …
21.08 GMT: Italian outlet Tuttosport they claim that Tottenham will make an aggressive push to sign Inter Ivan Perisic in summer.
The report states that Mauricio Pochettino "fell in love" with the Croatian wing during the Champions League group stage.
Perisic was more closely tied to a move in Arsenal in January, but now it seems that their rivals could enter and infect for the second time in the World Cup in the summer. Perisic's Inter was part of Group B together with Tottenham, so Pochettino could have taken a good look at the first-person wing.
The 30 year old Perisic has a value of about 35 million pounds.
20.19 GMT: Man City, Arsenal and Atletico Madrid are all declared ready to fight on the "next Jordi Alba".
Mundo Deportivo reports that Arsenal had scouts in Lisbon to see Benfica's left-back Alex Grimaldo, which has been compared to that of Barcelona Jordi Alba.
The 23 year-old has actually gone through the La Masia academy in Barcelona, but with his expiring contract, the Spanish youth international has signed with the Portuguese giants Benfica at the end of 2015. It is also said that Man City have interest with Pep Guardiola and The company is suffering from the injury problems of Benjamin Mendy.
With four goals and five assists this season from the full-back, Grimaldo has become a popular name this summer in the transfer window with attack backs always required by the European elite.
19.40 GMT: Continuing our busy day in MLS …
L & # 39; Athletic Paul Tenorio reports that the MLS expansion side of FC Cincinnati is destined to acquire the former Vancouver Whitecaps and the Columbus Crew wing Kekuta Manneh.
Sources: FC Cincinnati will sign Kekuta Manneh after trade with Columbus https://t.co/TuvElrxDOI pic.twitter.com/Qj5vk53RFC
– Paul Tenorio (@PaulTenorio) February 12, 2019
The 24-year-old played in MLS between 2013-17, scoring 26 goals in 128 games (including the playoffs), and recently spent short periods in Pachuca (Mexico) and St. Gallen (Switzerland). It remains to be seen which FC Cincinnati will have to renounce to acquire the Manneh MLS rights which at the moment still belong to Columbus.
Originally born in Gambia, Manneh acquired US citizenship in 2016 and plans to play international stars and stripes.
18.30 GMT: Defender of Arsenal Zech Medley18 years has signed a new contract after making appearances in the Europa League and FA Cup this season.
18.00 GMT: The MLS Orlando side has been linked to a move for the Belgian defender of Mouscron Bruno Godeau.
17.30 GMT: midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo he said he wants to leave the Belgian Genk club and has never signed an agreement in which he claims to stay until the end of the season. It's a target for Toronto.
17.00 GMT: Chelsea are among the clubs that have sent scouts to watch the scouts watching the 19-year-old defender from Marseille Boubacar Kamara, in action in recent weeks, according to reports in France.
4.15 GMT: Montreal Impact has signed the Bologna striker Orji Okwonkwo on loan for the 2019 season subject to international authorization, the MLS club announced.
15.45 GMT: While Tottenham is preparing to challenge Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League this week, manager Mauricio Pochettino does nothing about speculation he wanted to sign Jadon Sancho is worried, "Ah, you know I do not talk about it," Pochettino said at a press conference before the game. "Rumors".
14.41 GMT: Arsenal sent scouts to watch Milan against Cagliari during the weekend – I'm sorry, I sent observers to watch Suso plays for AC Milan vs Cagliari – according to Tuttomercatoweb.
The former Liverpool wing has a 40 million euro release clause, and this is within the tiny budget of Arsenal for the summer. But even Milan wants to make him sign a new contract and lift the clause a bit.
14.26 GMT: The Red Bulls of New York look to the future with their latest signature: 18 years, the international youth of Denmark Mathias Jorgensen from Odense Boldklub.
"We are delighted to welcome Mathias into our club," Red Bull's sports director Denis Hamlett said in a statement. "He's a talented young talent who adapts to our philosophy and our style of play: his decision to join our club as a young European player talks about New York Red Bulls and Major League Soccer."
14.03 GMT: Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek could have been Real Madrid's forward Krzysztof Piatek, but for the Italian club's desire to land from Genoa for 35 million euros.
Michal Probierz, who managed the Polish national team at KS Krakow, told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "I think that the Real Madrid directors regretted not pushing him to sign it in January, they seriously thought about signing it, but AC Milan I wanted it more. "
13.16 GMT: The chances of the former Manchester United midfielder dwarfs coming to MLS they are "50-50", a source in the league told ESPN last month, but Marca reports that the wing of Sporting Lisbon is destined to move to Orlando City FC.
Although evidently his last club, Valencia, will have 40 percent of the commission from its next sale, so it may be necessary to negotiate carefully.
12.51 GMT: Calciomercato reports that the PSG is still after a midfielder and has chosen the Milan star Franck Kessie as their goal n. 1 to be replaced Adrien Rabiot, which will start with a free transfer this summer.
Arsenal and Chelsea are also keen, but the PSG needs 40 million euros to land it and the others do not.
12.10 GMT: Andres Iniesta revealed that the Barcelona exchange for Vissel Kobe has tried sometimes, but is finally starting to feel comfortable in Japan.
Iniesta, 34, left Spain for Japan after the World Cup and admits that it was difficult to get used to the cultural differences between the two countries.
"I must confess that the process of adaptation was not easy during my first six months in Japan, in sports and family," he wrote in Esquire in view of the new season of J. League.
"We came here after the World Cup, so we hardly had time to get organized, we spent time getting used to the differences between the two cultures, Japanese customs are radically different from ours [in Spain] but, finally, we feel adapted. Now it's time to enjoy yourself here. "
11.40 GMT: Reportedly, the Valencia signed the goalkeeper Joaquin Blazquez on an 18-month contract from the Argentinean side Talleres Cordoba.
The La Liga team will hold a 3 million euro purchase option to acquire 50% of Argentina's rights. Blazquez, who turned 18 in January and is considered one of the most promising goalkeepers in South America, is linked to Talleres Cordoba until 2022.
10.46 GMT: Understandably, Juventus director Fabio Paratici does not like speculation about the manager Massimiliano Allegri and forward Paulo Dybala.
Sources have told ESPN FC that Allegri is one of the candidates to fill the position of full-time manager at Manchester United after José Mourinho was fired and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made provisional head. While Dybala was connected to Real Madrid (see above).
"I think it will remain," Paratici told the Gazzetta dello Sport when he was asked about Allegri. "I really do not see a better manager.
"Dybala remains, only the people who want to leave will leave Juve. I repeat, it's difficult to find better players than we already have."
10.19 GMT: Mario Balotelli he is super happy to be in Marseille. He told RMC: "I'm happy in Marseille, because it's a new challenge for me." I wanted to come to Marseille for a while, and the people have a character similar to mine, and also the team is very good, with very competitive and quality players.
"It's a good team, and I hope to stay here as long as possible. I had had the idea of coming to Marseille for a while, even Rudi García wanted me to. And & # 39; that's why I wanted to come, I also knew that I could do well and I plan to do it. "
09.47 GMT: Former Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel he could have lined up for Barcelona this season, but he pushed them back in January to stay with Fenerbahce.
"Barcelona wanted to sign it and insisted on him because he needed a central defender to be a reliable alternative, but the player did not agree because he did not want to be a substitute for [Gerard] Piqué e [Samuel] Umtiti, "his representative Mithat Halis told AS.
"I think he [Skrtel] it is a better center-half of Clement Lenglet. On the other hand, Martin Skrtel is happy in Istanbul and has an important role to play in Fenerbahçe. He did not want to be the third choice in Barcelona. "
09.13 GMT: Everything that he talks about Paulo Dybala (above) was scotched by Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, who says the club does not need a n. 9 why Karim Benzema it is "the best in the world".
Oh wait, Dybala is a number 10. How were you …
08.54 GMT: Barcelona did not reach an agreement with the Frankfurt striker Luka Jovic but they maintain an interest in him, sources told ESPN FC.
Reports in Germany on Monday said that Barca had entered into an agreement with Jovic and now would try to negotiate a transfer with Frankfurt. Sources told ESPN FC that this is not the case but – as revealed in November – Jovic is one of Barça's most interesting strikers looking for a long-term substitute for Luis Suarez .
08.30 GMT: Brazilian left-back Marcelo He says that the idea of leaving Real Madrid this summer has not crossed his mind.
Marcelo has been strongly linked to Juventus, but has been in Madrid for 10 years and is under contract until 2022.
"Leaving Madrid has never crossed my mind," he told the Brazilian Esporte Interativo. "I trust myself more than any other person and there is no reason to leave, if the day will come when Madrid will not want me, I will go".
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Maurizio Sarri's future at Chelsea was an important topic of discussion, with the manager looking impotent while his team was filled 6-0 by Manchester City to Etihad on Sunday. So what happens now?
Well, the Telegraph reports that Chelsea's response is close to home, suggesting that Sarri's assistant, Gianfranco Zola, is the man most likely to take over as a temporary substitute if the Chelsea season goes wrong worse.
It might not be a bad idea, particularly bearing in mind that a Champions League victory was delivered in 2012 by a Chelsea manager with the word "keeper" in his job title – Roberto Di Matteo.