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TOP STORY: Man United makes Wan-Bissaka move?
Manchester United will have to pay up to 50 million pounds if they want to sign the Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 21-year-old had a breakout season in 2018-19, making 39 appearances for the Eagles, who finished comfortably mid-table in the Premier League, 15 points above relegation. He won more tackles, made more interceptions and completed more successful duels than any other defender of the season this season, so it was no surprise that he won the club's Player of the Year award.
Wan-Bissaka, whose contract at Selhurst Park lasts until June 2022, at the beginning of last month told the Evening Standard: "The situation only shows that my performances do not go unnoticed, but at the moment they are with Crystal Palace, the contract is and this is where I will be next season, I still have three years on my contract, he says I'll be there, so I can only concentrate now ".
But if United were to make a great offer, could Palazzo refuse? The UOMI say that the personal terms have already been agreed, now only the transfer fee remains.
16.04 BST: Manchester United will pursue alternative goals to strengthen its offensive options this summer after excluding a £ 80m move for Borussia Dortmund's wing Jadon Sancho, sources told ESPN FC.
The former Manchester City player Sancho, 19, was a long-term goal of United, with the club's scouting department identifying him as a potential signing before the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a replacement for fired Jose Mourinho last December.
But while Solskjaer and assistant manager Mike Phelan have since encouraged the club's interest in the player, who made his England debut against Croatia last October, United was unable to involve Dortmund in constructive discussions of a teen deal.
15.15 BST: What do you do with a 37-year-old porter when you are banned from moving? Give him a new offer, of course.
Very well, Willy Caballero.
15.05 BST: Dortmund is doing business early.
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– Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) 22 May 2019
15.02 BST: Liverpool is set to sign a goalkeeper this summer, for example the Eco.
The club is set to share £ 200,000 for the 16-year-old Polish goalkeeper Jakub Ojrzynski, who plays for Legia Warsaw. Obviously Manchester United, Valencia and Juventus were interested but the Reds took the first swing.
14.40 BST: Currently there are some jobs in the world of managers. We have just seen Joaquin Caparros resign as head of Seville – even if he stays at the club in another capacity – while Rudi Garcia is set to confirm his departure from the Olympique Marseille, for example Foot Market.
14.32 BST: Antonio Conte is on the verge of being named director of the Inter, according to Sky in Italy.
Reportedly, Conte paid £ 9m in compensation from his former team, Chelsea, and was linked to a return to Serie A with Juventus and Inter. But it seems he has made a decision and this does not promise anything good for the current Inter manager, Luciano Spalletti.
13.47 BST: Malcom he joined Barcelona last summer with a £ 35m deal, but he wants it out already, having had little chance to play.
Dortmund and Arsenal have shown interest, but Tottenham is the favorite for the Brazilian side, according to Sport.
13.24 BST: Arsenal loves a bargain, so it's no surprise that they were connected (by Bild) to the Dynamo goalkeeper Dresden Markus Schubert, which is available on a free transfer this summer.
Petr Cech is retiring this summer, so a backup is required for Bernd Leno. Valencia of Neto has been traced but a 2.Bundesliga goalkeeper is definitely cheaper. Although we wonder if he can manage the pace up to the Premier League.
12.59 BST: ICYMI – Manchester United is ready to make a formal offer for the Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff, sources told ESPN FC.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer intends to sign at least one midfielder during the summer transfer window and has targeted the 21-year-old.
12.28 BST: Portugal striker Andre Silva he bid farewell to Sevilla as he returns to the AC Milan home club.
Last summer Silva joined Seville with a seasonal loan from Milan, with an option to purchase included in the agreement in the region of € 40 million. Sevilla decided not to exercise this option after the 23-year-old gathered only one goal in 2019.
Silva tweeted: "Another season is over, thanks Sevilla for the incredible welcome, I loved the spirit of the club and the city, I hope the future brings good things!"
The Portuguese national is linked to Milan until June 2022.
11.56 BST: Aritz Aduriz has signed a new contract with Athletic Bilbao. That contract will take him past his 39th birthday. Wow.
✍ 𝗔𝗿𝗶𝘁𝘇 𝗔𝗱𝘂𝗿𝗶𝘇 signed his contract extension with #AthleticClub!
– Athletic Club (@Athletic_en) 22 May 2019
11.47 BST: The Atletico Madrid saw many players starting but, according to AS, reportedly they are thinking of signing the PSG Adrien Rabiot replace the goal of Manchester City Rodri.
It would be a good deal since Rodri will cost £ 70m and Rabiot is available on a free transfer, but how could the young Frenchman (who has proved himself a difficult character to deal with) get on with the challenging Diego Simeone?
11.12 BST: PSG is interested in Borussia Dortmund defender Abdou Diallo, according to Transfermarkt.
10.49 BST: Fluminense striker Pedro has recently returned from a long-term injury and is now directly among the best targets for Man United.
Globo Esporte reports that the 21-year-old was expected to join Real Madrid before his injury, but now there are some other interested parties. Inter Milan, Atalanta and Bordeaux are among these, while a £ 20 million offer could be successful.
10.15 BST: A danger has moved. But not Eden, it's his brother Thorgan – who joined Borussia Dortmund.
The Belgian international joins the BVB from the rivals of the league Borussia Monchengladbach for a transfer fee of 25.5 million euros, excluding the additional components.
– Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) 22 May 2019
09.51 BST: Juventus will be forced to pay if it wants to do Maurizio Sarri their next coach with Chelsea has no intention of firing the Italian, regardless of whether he wins the Europa League final or not, ESPN FC sources said.
Sarri's future remains all that safe, despite having fulfilled his main goal of securing qualification for the Champions League for Chelsea, and Roma has also been linked with a move to bring back the former head of Naples in Serie A.
Sources told ESPN FC that while Chelsea is ready to negotiate a compensation package with any interested club if Sarri makes it clear that he wants to leave, they have no intention of firing him even if he fails to win an important piece of silverware at La expenditure of the Arsenal in Baku.
09.32 BST: Radio Galega reports that Barcelona has offered 25 million euros for Celta Vigo Maxi Gomez. With the 22-year-old striker also tied to Tottenham, we would be surprised if Vigo considered this as he has a £ 43m release clause.
08.55 BST: The Portuguese record reports that Benfica is about to sign the Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen.
Reportedly, Barca would have rejected Benfica's initial offer of € 12 million for the doorman. According to Record, the Benfica executives will travel to Barcelona for a meeting with their Barça counterparts to sign the agreement worth 20 million euros. Benfica will pay 12 million euros and will include 18-year-old right-back Joao Ferreira in the agreement.
Cillessen, 30, is also a reported goal of Porto and Valencia. The Dutch international joined Barça Ajax in 2016 to replace Claudio Bravo, but was mainly used as support for Marc-Andre ter Stegen. Cillessen made two league appearances for Barca this season and is linked to the Catalan giants until June 2021.
08.25 BST: Tottenham is interested in signing the Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos, according to AS. The coach of the spurs Mauricio Pochettino considers Ceballos as an ideal replacement for Christian Eriksen, which is reported to be a target for Real Madrid and has yet to sign a new contract with its current agreement expiring in 2020.
Ceballos has collected 34 appearances this season, only 19 years old. He is linked to Madrid until June 2023. Apparently, the Spanish international is willing to leave Madrid this summer looking for more time to play.
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane recently suggested to players that they know they will not play regularly next season, it would be better if they left the club. Ceballos, who signed for Real Madrid in the summer of 2017 from Real Betis for € 17 million, according to reports from Zidane, is surplus with respect to the requirements.
According to AS, Madrid does not want to sell Ceballos this summer and will only consider the player who is on loan, but would be willing to include a purchase option in the deal.
Alejandro Moreno of ESPN FC evaluates the rumors about the great summer trip, including Paul Pogba who joins Zinedine Zidane and Leroy Sane who separate from Pep Guardiola.
PAPER TALK (by James Capps)
Man United ready Rakitic raid
The Daily Record reports that Manchester United is working on a deal to bring the Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic at Old Trafford.
The future of the Croatian in Spain has been questioned following the signing of the young Ajax midfielder, Frenkie de Jong, and the Catalan club now needs to raise funds to balance the books and help fund additional summer purchases.
The Rakitic World Cup finalist was identified by the officials of the Camp Nou as a expendable resource, with the La Liga champions looking for around 55 million euros for the 31-year-old.
United, however, intends to drastically reduce this commission, but is willing to pay upwards of € 35 million for the former man in Seville. There are no concerns regarding the player's fitness, despite having hit the wrong side of 30, with Rakitic losing only nine games due to injury or illness during his five-year period with Ernesto Valverde's team.
Photo of Juve Milinkovic-Savic in midfielder of new appearance
Gazetta dello Sport writes that Juventus is destined to rekindle their interest in the Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic quest & # 39; summer.
The Serbian has had a modest season in Italy, scoring five goals and four more assists in Serie A, but Juventus seems intent on reshaping their midfield with more physicality and bite, with Milinkovic-Savic appearing to be in good standing.
The 24-year-old has been linked to a number of European elite clubs for over a year, with Juventus and Manchester United leading potential suitors by the end of 2018, but now it seems that international Serbia can be part of a trident a new concept in the Juventus midfield, traveling to Turin alongside free agent Aaron Ramsey.
News of Milinkovic-Savic's potential move to Bianconeri it could also add further fuel to the speculation that binds the Lazio boss, Simone Inzaghi, to the managerial holiday to the Serie A champions.
The Kroos contract casts doubt on Pogba
News of Toni Kroos' new contract at Real Madrid has set a move for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in serious doubt, according to AS.
The new agreement for international Germany Kroos includes a significant increase in salary, and once added Los BlancosConsiderable transfer plans, it is believed that the Madrid hierarchy is targeting prudence with respect to big money purchases this summer.
The other main objectives of Zinedine Zidane are Eden Hazard and Christian Eriksen, and the situations of mishaps in the respective clubs of the two players place Real in a great negotiating position when it comes to beating modest agreements.
Pogba, meanwhile, has a contract until 2021, with United having the possibility of a further year, which means that Real could need to wait his time before being able to make a move for the winner of the World Cup.
– Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez is planning an ambitious move for outgoing Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata – assuming that Benitez remains at St. James's Park – according to the Sun. The thirty-year-old Mata business is destined to expire at the Old Trafford, but Benitez has its own contractual matters on Tyneside.
– The wolves and West Ham are ready to challenge the signing of midfielder Real Betis Victor Camarasa, reports the mail. The 24-year-old enjoyed a successful loan period in Cardiff City, and British companies are willing to extend the Spanish spell in the Premier League after the relegation of Bluebirds from the top flight.
– The Sun writes that Watford has seen a £ 7 million offer rejected by Reims for the French striker Remi Oudin. Newcastle is also interested in the player nicknamed "the next Robin van Persie" following 22-year goals in Ligue 1 this season, with his 10 goals leading Reims to ninth place.