Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are allegedly negotiating over a potential swap deal that would see Toby Alderweireld move to Old Trafford and Antony Martial go in the opposite direction.
Having failed to secure the signing of Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, who opted to join Manchester United, Pep Guardiola has now allegedly made Eden Hazard his top summer priority, as he looks to tempt Chelsea into selling their best player with a gigantic £100 million bid, Daily Star has revealed.
Liverpool have inquired about the former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, who would be available on a free transfer, according to Daniel Thompson, a former Liverpool player and now pundit.
Representatives of the seven richest clubs in the world – Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain – have recently met with FIFA officials to discuss plans for “Project Trophy”, a new form of Club World Cup, according to New York Times.
Atletico Madrid are interested in bringing back Sergio Aguero to the club, as they look to find a suitable replacement for Antoine Griezmann, who is set to join Barcelona in a €100 million transfer in the summer, according to Marca.
Manchester City look set to beat the competition from Manchester United and Liverpool to secure the signing of highly-coveted defensive midfielder Jorginho, who has allegedly requested a transfer away from Napoli.
The newly crowned Premier League champions Manchester City are not wasting any time ahead of the next season, as they look to use the Financial Fair Play troubles of PSG to land Kylian Mbappe on a permanent basis.
The Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is reportedly keen to use the impending summer revamp at Santiago Bernabeu and convince the Real Madrid midfielder Isco to sign with the Citizens, The Sun sources reveal.
Both Manchester giants are reportedly interested in signing the experienced Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng, who looks set […]
Manchester United and Tottenham have joined the chase for long-term Manchester City and Arsenal transfer target Jonny Evans, after it was revealed that the defender has a £3m buyout clause in his contract which becomes active if West Bromwich Albion get relegated, Telegraph reports.