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TOP STORY: Pogba goes on strike; Bayern eye ball

The future of Paul Pogba Despite Manchester United's stance not to sell the midfielder, he is expected to go on strike to force a move to Real Madrid.

While Pogba himself said on Sunday that he believes it is time for a "new challenge", ABC said in Spain that the midfielder will make it clear that he would like to switch to Zinedine Zidane with a bid of around 120 million euros in the Bernabeu the 26-year-old world champion lands.

ESPN sources said in May that Pogba was determined to push for a move, even though the club refused to sell it, while Real Madrid was the only club he was considering switching.

In the meantime, Real could make some room in his squad through the final move Gareth Bale out. The sun has a history that states that Bayern Munich is trying to reward the Welshman with a seasonal loan and is also willing to pay his weekly wage of 350,000 pounds.

Have lost Arjen Robben and Franck RiberyIt makes perfect sense that Bayern want another world-class winger. But how would Bale look in leather pants?


22.30 BST: That's it for our live blog today, but do not worry, we'll get back to you soon with the latest releases and will do it again tomorrow. Thanks for checking in and see you next time.

21.55 BST: Speaking of stars with questionable attitudes at PSG (see previous post), the Ligue 1 champions would think about selling Neymar This summer, when the right offer comes, let's say L & # 39; Equipe. The outlet reports that a return to former club Barcelona or La Liga rivals Real Madrid are the two most likely targets in case the Brazilian international leaves the country.

21.10 BST: Paris Saint-Germain chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi said that after a memorable 2018/19 season, the French champions will no longer tolerate superstars from his biggest players.

"Players need to be more responsible than before," Al-Khelaifi told France Football. "It has to be very different, they will have to do more and work harder, they are not there for their own pleasure, and if they disagree, the doors will be open – Ciao!"

20.20 BST: Here's more news for Backup Keeper – yes, it was such a day – and The Sun reports that Manchester City is planning a move for Eibars Asier Riesgo, The extra-contractual Spaniard would arrive at large and, according to the Pep Guardiola report, would send rising stars Aro Muric borrowed this season – possibly at Nottingham Forest – as Ederson remains first choice in goal for the Premier League champions.

19.30 BST: Liverpool is in the market for a substitute goalkeeper with Simon Mignolet Anfield and the Daily Mail report that the Champions League winners are targeting Southampton Alex McCarthy fill the expected gap.

18.40 BST: How do you get Callum Hudson-Odoi to commit to its long-term future Chelsea? According to the Daily Mail, which reports that the Englishman might be convinced to stay if Chelsea occupy the position still to be filled following the departure of Maurizio Sarri from club legend and Derby County chief Frank Lampard.

17,51 BST: Winger of Lille Nicolas Pepe was followed by a number of top European clubs, including Bayern, Arsenal, PSG and Man United. But it looks like Liverpool wants to make a deal and bid, says Le10Sport.

The 24-year-old Pepe has a value of around 50 million euros – with an offer that seems to come close to this rating.

17:04 BST: The Sunday Telegraph claims Manchester United have refused to sign Youri Tielemans from Monaco for £ 40m. It is clear that they must pursue other goals, so that after his successful lending season last season Leicester has the freedom to earn money to make a permanent contract with him.

16:35 BST: Ajax winger David Neres Arsenal, Everton and Chelsea have sparked interest, and the 22-year-old says he enjoys playing in England.

"Of course I'm interested in the Premier League," he told the Liverpool Echo. "It's the best league in the world, and I've always wanted to play there, but I'll leave all that in God's hands."

15:56 BST: Atletico Madrid is reportedly planning a bid of 50 million euros Bruno FernandesSay A Bola to stay one step ahead of Manchester United.

The Sporting Lisbon midfielder has already attracted a lot of attention this summer, but Atletico will need to be strengthened after losing a number of players, including Antoine GriezmannPossible move to Barcelona.

15.22 BST: The sun reports that Tottenham is ready to let Danny Rose Leave this summer and replace it with Fulham's worth £ 35 million Ryan Sessegnon,

Manchester United, Man City and Everton were credited with interest in Rose, although his weekly wages of £ 80,000 could prove problematic.

14.48 BST: Leicester City Star Wilfred Ndidi is linked to Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool, but insists that he does not think about a change.

"I'm flattered to hear that," the Nigeria midfielder told Goal. "It's very good to hear about this interest from big clubs, but there's nothing on the ground that I'm not interested in. I'm now focusing on AFCON with Nigeria and then on the preseason with Leicester City. " A great manager with the ambition to compete with big clubs in the Premier League. "

14.02 BST: Maurizio Sarri has abandoned his position as Chelsea coach and has joined the Serie A champions' championship.

Who should replace him?

13.54 BST: Sources have told ESPN that Manchester United expects this Paul Pogba stay in Old Trafford next season.

Pogba has expressed his desire to leave the club and was linked to a move to Real Madrid to work with coach Zinedine Zidane or a return to Juventus. The 26-year-old, however, has a contract with United until 2021, which provides for an option to extend the contract for another 12 months, and it is clear that he has no selling pressure.



Paul Pogba believes that now is a good time to leave Manchester United to find a new challenge.

13.44 BST: Dalian Yifang Yannick Carrasco It costs £ 30 million for every club interested in signing it this summer.

For Arsenal fans, this means that the Belgian side striker has no budget for their club, as Unai Emery has only about 45 million pounds available and is not ready to put the majority on one player.

13:18 BST: Monaco teen Hannibal Mejbri is in the middle of a lawsuit with his club, but Manchester United has made another offer for him according to Le Parisien.

16-year-old Mejbri has tried to terminate his contract with Monaco on the grounds that he was under 15 when signing. And United, who had bid on him in January to trigger the whole proceeding, returned with a bid of £ 3.5m.

12.27 BST: Arsenal has been looking for new defenders, but they risk losing one of their academy stars if they do not give him a chance this season. Krystian Bielik Charlton helped Athletic last year to be loaned, but says he wants a chance with the Gunnners, otherwise he moves on.

"My future is unknown, but one thing I can say for sure: I will definitely not return to Arsenal's U23 selection," he told the Polish media when they were at the European Under-21 Championship with U21 Poland. "At the moment, it would not make sense, if I do not get the opportunity to permanently join the first team, I have to look for other solutions.

"I feel like an older player now and I want to play senior football, but this is not the time to discuss these issues as I want to focus 100 per cent on the European Championship."

12.12 BST: Last week, TT reported that Tottenham is preparing a record £ 60m offer for the Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele,

Now Ndombele says he would like to play for a club like Spurs.

He said Tele Foot: "Tottenham is a big club, they finished 4th in their league, they were Champions League finalists – which player would not be interested in a big club?"

11.49 BST: Chelsea assistant coach Gianfranco Zola was once connected to a train Maurizio Sarri Departure to Juventus and Sky sports Tell him to leave the club when his contract expires this summer.

Zola could join Sarri, but he has made it clear that he is happy to stay at Stamford Bridge under a new manager – Frank Lampard or elsewhere.



Paulo Bandini explains why he can not see Maurizio Sarri coaching Juventus, though he says Sarri deserves the job.

11.30 BST: For Argentina, the deal against Colombia did not go so well, so meet all the "other" Messis! "Baby", "Mini", "Kiwi", "Snow" and more …

11.07 BST: Napoli and Real Madrid have reportedly agreed to pay a loan of € 10 million James Rodriguezsay Tuttonapoli.

James has just completed a two-year loan deal with Bayern, but has decided not to sign it, while Napoli has not yet reached an agreement on the option of permanently buying the Colombian international.

10.37 BST: Real Madrid and Barcelona circle around the 16-year-old Fulham winger Harvey Elliott, says the sun.

Elliott, the youngest player ever to play in the Premier League last season, has reportedly rejected a new deal and is now attracting the attention of some of the world's largest clubs. RB Leipzig was keen on the English U17 star, but with the two big Spaniards it seems like he might have higher goals.

10.04 BST: PSV and Netherlands right-back Denzel Dumfries has allegedly attracted the attention of Manchester United.

The Sun claims that £ 25m would be a cheaper option than Crystal Palace Aaron Wan-Bissaka. PSV was able to make a big profit after hiring him only 5 million pounds from Heerenveen last summer.

09:32 BST: Benfica Starlet Joao Felix has its choice among the best European clubs, but Manchester City could manage to march on the competition by signing it and loaning it for a season.

According to The Mirror, City wants to beat Manchester United and Atletico Madrid by making a € 120 million bid to trigger Felix's release clause and then send it back to Portugal.

09.00 BST: The Times reports that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich called the former midfielder Frank Lampard to persuade him to take over from Maurizio Sarri, who will join Juventus.

Blues legend Lampard nearly sealed the rise with Derby but has never been successful in the Premier League and was reportedly concerned about the long-term suitability of the Chelsea job. However, Abramovich is said to have called him and told him that he "will have at least two seasons to play at Stamford Bridge."



Raphael Honigstein complements the crew to weigh the new signings from Borussia Dortmund. He wonders if he has done enough to win the next season's Bundesliga title.

PAPER TALK (by Richard Edwards)

Mo money, no problems

The Mirror brings news that every Liverpool fan will enjoy: Mohamed Salah stay … for now.

Real Madrid and Juventus had reportedly negotiated 150 million pound deals for the striker.

However, the European elite will continue to be on alert as Salah has "indicated that he will review his situation next summer". So that means a yearlong speculation saga, which probably ends in a new contract.

Juve is planning a nice trip

Juventus has been trying to attract some of the best players in the world in recent years Cristiano Ronaldo as proof, and now they draw attention to right-backs.

With Joao Cancelo Juve seems ready to join Manchester City. It must be replaced and should spend about 50 million euros. The Times claims that the Italian champions are ready to put everything on Tottenham Kieran Trippier,

Although they are probably hoping that they will get the trippier who plays the lead role in the World Cup for England, and not the one who beat in the Premier League last season.

Return to Hummels

Mats Hummels could soon be back at Borussia Dortmund, if news about an upcoming exit from the FC Bayern Munich are to be suspected.

The Mirror writes that Dortmund is approaching a change for the German central defender and is approaching an agreement with Munich for a fee of 27 million pounds.

Hummels is a man who loves a homecoming. He started his career at FC Bayern before moving to Dortmund for 4 million pounds in 2009 when Jürgen Klopp crashed. He won two Bundesliga titles with the club and played a key role in their advance to the Champions League final in 2013. Then he returned in 2016 for 30 million pounds to Munich.

Now that Niko Kovac no longer guarantees him first place in the team, Hummels could be back on more familiar ground.

When does the transmission window close?
– Bayern Keep or Dump: How do you look next season?


– West Hams chasing after Maxi Gomez The Guardian announces that the Celta Vigo striker prefers to play Valencia as the least atmospheric stadium of Planet Football. Manuel Pellegrini has been active in the transfer market so far this summer, hiring Pablo Fornals from Villareal on Friday. But now the hierarchy of West Ham fears that their search to bring Gomez to East London will be fruitless.

– And last but not least, Marca reports in Spain that Real Madrid likes to unload Lucas Vazquez this summer. Los Blancos I would be happy too Brahim Diaz borrowed disappear.