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Madrid not giving up on Neymar


Real Madrid have not given up on signing Neymar this summer, according to Marca.

The club want to bring in reinforcements in attack to go alongside Karim Benzema, with Luka Jovic the top priority.

However, Neymar is still the preferred option at the club, even if it will be difficult to make happen, and Madrid will be willing to wait until deciding on Jovic until the end of the season.

Ziyech hints he could stay with Ajax


Hakim Ziyech has suggested he may not be ready to leave Ajax after this season comes to an end, saying he is "someone who is very picky". 

The Morocco international has scored 19 goals and added 20 assists in all competitions, which has led to increased reported transfer interest from around Europe, with Arsenal and Bayern Munich just two of the many teams linked with the 26-year-old.

Though many expect him to move on at season's end, Ziyech has warned he isn't necessarily ready to leave the Johan Cruyff Arena and only will seek an exit if the right situation appeals to him.

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Sule a target of Manchester United


Manchester United have enquired about Bayern Munich defender Niklas Sule according to Sport1.

The Red Devils are looking to overhaul their backline this summer and believe Sule has the physique to compete in the English top flight.

However, Sule has no exit clause in his contract and still has three years left on his deal, making any attempt to pry him from Bayern difficult. 

Dybala's Juventus future hinges on Allegri


Paulo Dybala's future at Juventus hinges on whether Massimiliano Allegri remains as head coach, according to

The Argentine has endured a hot and cold relationship with the Juve boss, and should Allegri depart, Dybala will likely remain with the club.

However, should Allegri choose to stay, Dybala will request a move and Juve will grant it, though they will expect upwards of €100 million (£87m/$113m) to complete any sale.

Dybala not interested in Inter move


Juventus striker Paulo Dybala is uninterested in a transfer to InterCorriere dello Sport claims. 

Dybala and Inter forward Mauro Icardi are both currently unsettled, and a swap deal has been mooted as a way for both players to get a fresh start. 

But Dybala is not looking to trade Turin for Milan, at least not at the current moment. 

Dortmund wonderkid rules out Bayern move


Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Youssoufa Moukoko has insisted he is not looking to move to Bayern Munich. 

The 14-year-old has been tipped for big things after tallying a remarkable 36 goals and seven assists in 21 appearances for Dortmund's U-17 team this season.

When asked by a fan about his future on Instagram, Moukoko said: "I feel very well at BVB and have goals with BVB."

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Napoli make inquiry over Trippier


Napoli have made an inquiry over Tottenham right-back Kieran Trippier's status, according to Gianluca Di Marzio. 

Trippier has endured a difficult season after starring for England in the 2018 World Cup, and Spurs could be open to selling him this summer. 

Manchester United are also keeping tabs on Trippier. 

Pogba and De Gea demand salary bump


The two Man Utd stars want to avoid a salary decrease if the club fail to qualify for the Champions League

Paul Pogba and David De Gea are demanding a salary bump from Manchester United, reports The Times. 

All United players will see an automatic 25 per cent pay cut on their existing contracts should the club fail to qualify for next season's Champions League

With the club currently in sixth place, Pogba and De Gea want guarantees they will earn their full salary if United fall short of the top four this season.

Aguero meets with Independiente vice-president


Man City star Sergio Aguero met with Independiente vice-president Pablo Moyano this week, according to TyC Sports. 

The meeting, which took place in England, did not relate to Aguero's future, with the Argentine's current deal with City lasting until 2021. 

Aguero, though, has said in the past he intends to return to his former club when his time with City comes to an end. 

Barcelona eyeing Richarlison move


The Blaugrana have been tracking the Everton star for some time

Barcelona are eyeing the possibility of a move for Everton star Richarlison this summer, Marca reports. 

The Blaugrana have been tracking the Brazil international for some time, and Richarlison's impressive debut season with Everton has only increased the La Liga club's interest. 

Barca are looking for an option to compliment Luis Suarez up top, and Richarlison could be the ideal option for the Spanish champions. 

Inter open talks for Danilo


Inter have opened talks for Manchester City full-back Danilo, according to

Danilo is Inter's primary target at right-back and is interested in joining the club this summer with a bid expected to be made soon.

Inter are willing to offer around €22 million (£19m/$25m) for him, with Man City valuing him at €30m, which is not an insurmountable difference for a compromise to be reached.

Juventus prefer cash to swap for Dybala


Juventus prefer to receive money over a swap of Mauro Icardi for Paulo Dybala, according to Tuttosport.

While there is interest in Icardi, the club need cash to act on their plans to improve the squad this summer, with Paul Pogba and Joao Felix among the names mentioend.

In addition the club wants to tie to Moise Kean to a new deal to ward off interest from elsewhere as the teen has only a year left on his contract.

Wolves target could leave Marseille


Wolves target Morgan Sanson might be allowed to leave Marseille this summer, according to le10sport.

The Premier League club offered €42 million (£36m/$47m) for the midfielder, which was over the €30m Marseille was hoping to receive for him.

Sanson's entourage were not interested in the move at the current time, but Marseille may look to cash in on him this summer.


Pogba still the dream of Juventus


Paul Pogba remains the dream of Juventus, even as they look to pursue other options on the transfer market this summer, according to

Juventus are aiming to secure the signatures of Federico Chiesa and Joao Felix first, and hope to make an overhaul of their defence with Rafael Varane and Samuel Umtiti possibilities.

But they club hopes for Pogba, knowing that while he's improved under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he still has an eye toward leaving with the Serie A side hoping to be included in any race to sign him.

Celtic keen on Azerbaijan defender


Celtic are considering an approach for Azerbaijan defender Bahlul Mustafazade, reports The Herald.

The 22-year-old, who will be a free agent this summer, has been invited to Parkhead for a trial.

Hazard speculation no issue for Chelsea


Arsenal after £22m Demirbay


Arsenal have indentified Hoffenheim's Kerem Demirbay as the man to replace Aaron Ramsey, claims Bild.

The Gunners are preparing to part with a Wales international and are considering triggering the £22 million ($29m) release clause in a 25-year-old's contract currently turning out in the Bundesliga.

Wonderkid Moukoko rules out Bayern transfer


Borussia Dortmund youngster Youssoufa Moukoko has ruled out the possibility of joining Bayern Munich, with it his desire to continue his development in familiar surroundings.

The teenage sensation has made waves for BVB at youth level since breaking into the U-17 squad at just 12 years of age.

Here is how he has responded to the exit talk.

Clarke leaves Scotland door open


Steve Clarke has left the door open for Scotland to make an approach for his services.

A man currently in charge of Kilmarnock has been heavily linked with a role as successor to the ousted Alex McLeish and has admitted to wanting to fill an international post at some stage.

He has said: "Yes, at some stage. Whether it is now or not is a matter for you guys to talk about and speculate. I am fully focused on finishing the season well here at Kilmarnock."

Bayern planning keeper overhaul


Bayern Munich are planning to overhaul their goalkeeping options this summer, according to Sport1.

Schalke’s Alexander Nubel has emerged as the top target for a club that has concerns over the long-term fitness of Manuel Neuer.

Juventus want to tie Kean down to new contract


Juventus want to tie Moise Kean down to a new contract worth £2.5 million, after his impressive breakthrough in the 2018-19 campaign.

According to Le10sportParis Saint Germain are interested in the 19-year-old but the Bianconeri are hopeful he will pledge his future to the club.

Kean has scored six goals in eight Serie A appearances for Juventus since the turn of the year.

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Arsenal interested in Dusseldorf ace Raman


Fortuna Dusseldorf forward Benito Raman is the subject of interest from Arsenal, according to Bild via The Sun.

The Gunners are considering a £13 million ($17m) swoop for the Belgian, who is also on Everton's radar.

Raman has scored nine goals in 25 Bundesliga appearances for Dusseldorf this season.

Dybala wants Juventus stay


Paulo Dybala wants to remain at Juventus, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, but those in Turin are prepared to move him on if the right offer arrives.

The Argentina international faces fierce competition for places with the Serie A champions and may not be granted his wish to stay put and fight for more minutes.

Man Utd won't part with McTominay


Manchester United have no intention of parting with Scott McTominay this summer, claims The Sun.

The Scotland international midfielder has committed to fresh terms this season and will be kept at Old Trafford despite a number of clubs expressing interest in a possible loan deal.

Yaya Toure looking for a new club


Former Barcelona and Manchester City star Yaya Toure is on the lookout for a new club.

The one-time Ivory Coast international has been out of contract since leaving Olympiakos in December.

Toure, 35, told Footmercato of his future plans: "No-one will make me stop football. I think I can play for another two or three years."

Ajax eye loan swoop for Barca's Alena


Ajax are interested in signing Barcelona midfielder Carles Alena on loan this summer, according to Diario Sport via Football Espana.

The Dutch giants feel that the 21-year-old would make an excellent addition to Erik ten Hag's squad and a deal could be thrashed out quickly given the strong relationship between the two clubs.

Alena has featured in 21 matches across all competitions for Barcelona this season.


Zaha wouldn't get in Spurs' side - O'Hara


Tottenham need to be spending upwards of £100 million ($130m) this summer, says Jamie O’Hara, but Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha should not be among those on their wish list.

An Ivory Coast international on the books of a London rival is among those to have been linked with a big-money move to Spurs.

O’Hara concedes that the 26-year-old is a fine player, and one proven in the Premier League, but feels Mauricio Pochettino already has enough options in wide attacking areas.

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Solskjaer vows to sign right players


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident that Manchester United will get the players they want in the summer transfer window, with the club “scouring the planet for good footballers”.

The Red Devils are expected to be busy over the coming months, with another rebuilding project being undertaken by a manager who inherited the reins from Jose Mourinho in December.

Here is what Solskjaer has had to say on that process.

Politano to remain at Inter?


Solskjaer to be handed transfer war chest


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be given big money to spend at Manchester United this summer regardless of where the club finish in the Premier League, claims the Daily Star.

The Red Devils are expected to be busy in the next transfer window, with Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho one of several players in their sights.

Austin free to leave Southampton


Southampton will not stand in the way of Charlie Austin finding a new club this summer.

Manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has said: “He is very clear and knows that in the summer he must maybe find another option that he plays more often.

“Like with anybody else if he comes to me and says ‘manager it was very nice to help you, it was very nice to be successful with your team, but to be clear I want to play more minutes and that’s why I want to leave’, I am the last guy to say ‘no, because I need you here.’

“We find for every situation a solution and hopefully the best for the team and for him.”

Giroud staying at Chelsea


Chelsea will be triggering a 12-month extension option in Olivier Giroud’s contract, says Maurizio Sarri, with the striker set to be retained despite his frustration over a lack of game time.

The Blues boss has said: "I spoke to the club two days ago and we agreed to exercise the option. So, he will remain."

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Ajax signs Kjell Scherpen


Ajax have completed the signing of FC Emmen goalkeeper Kjell Scherpen, according to Telegraaf.

The 19-year-old has reportedly put pen to paper on a long-term contract at the Johan Cruyff Arena, with the future of the club's number one 'keeper Andre Onana still in doubt.

Scherpen has enjoyed a fine debut season in the Eredivisie with Emmen, racking up 30 league appearances in total.

Real Madrid in advanced talks with Jovic


Luka Jovic close to sealing Real Madrid switch

Real Madrid are on the verge of signing Eintracht Frankfurt striker Luka Jovic, with advanced talks over a summer transfer now underway.

According to AS, the Serbian signed for the Bundesliga club permanently from Benfica this week, but they are now looking to sell him on for a hefty profit.

Frankfurt want around €60 million (£52m, $67m) for Jovic, who has scored 25 goals across all competitions this season.

Barcelona interested in Felipe Luis


Atletico Madrid full-back Felipe Luis is the subject of interest from Barcelona, according to Bild via The Sun.

The 33-year-old will become a free agent this summer, with Borussia Dortmund thought to be the frontrunners in the race for his signature, but Barca have now entered the fray.

Ernesto Valverde is on the lookout for a backup left-back behind Jordi Alba and Luis has plenty of experience at the highest level in La Liga and the Champions League.


Dzeko ready to secure Inter Milan switch


AS Roma striker Edin Dzeko has said 'yes' to a summer transfer to Inter Milan, according to Calcio Mercato.

The Nerazzurri are willing to offer the Bosnian star a €4.5 million per year contract and he would like to remain in Serie A as he approaches the twilight years of his career at 33.

Dzeko has contributed eight goals and three assists in 27 league matches for Roma this season.

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Southampton interested in Scott Arfield


Southampton are considering a summer swoop for Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield, according to The Daily Mirror.

The 30-year-old is being touted for a return to the Premier League one year after he left Burnley for Ibrox.

Arfield has been a standout performer for Rangers this season, contributing 10 goals and six assists in 25 Scottish Premier League matches.

Arsenal eye Kerem Demirbay swoop


Hoffenheim forward Kerem Demirbay is the subject of interest from Arsenal, according to Bild.

The Gunners have identified the 25-year-old as the ideal replacement for the outgoing Aaron Ramsey, who will complete his move to Juventus this summer.

Demirbay is currently valued at around £22 million ($29m) and Arsenal boss Unai Emery is reportedly set to swoop for his signature when the market reopens.

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Saiz will depart Getafe after unsuccessful loan


Samu Saiz will return to Leeds this summer as Getafe will not pursue a deal for the midfielder, acording to Marca.

Leeds sent Saiz to Getafe in December on a six-month loan and the midfielder has struggled enough for the Spanish side to decide not to pick up his purchase option.

Instead, Saiz will be offered to other Spanish clubs at the conclusion of the season.

Jesus and Sane among Manchester City players asking to leave


A number of Manchester City players, including Gabriel Jesus and Leroy Sane, have asked to leave the club, according to El Chiringuito TV.

Seven or eight Manchester City players have asked to leave the club this summer in the wake of the club's Champions League loss to Tottenham.

Manchester City are still favourites to lift the Premier League crown as they battle Liverpool atop the table.

Racing eager to get rid of Centurion


Racing are eager to get rid of Ricardo Centurion, according to TNT Sports.

The winger had an incident while training with the club's reserves, ending in a fight with a youth player.

Centurion joined Racing from Genoa in 2018.

MLS announces plan to expand to 30 teams


MLS is set to expand to 30 teams, the league announced on Thursday.

The original plan saw the league expect to move to 28, but two more teams will join in the coming years.

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Manchester City to lose Ndombele battle


Manchester City are on the verge of losing their battle to sign Lyon star Tanguy Ndombele to Juventus, according to the Sun.

The midfielder, who is viewed as a long-term replacement for Fernandinho, is set to join the Serie A champions for £60 million ($78m), despite interest from City, Manchester United and Tottenham.

Man City are also targeting Julian Weigl, but face competition from Paris Saint-Germain and the midfielder's old coach, Thomas Tuchel, for his signature. 

Newcastle may smash club transfer record


Newcastle may smash their club transfer record twice this summer as they make a bid to keep Rafa Benitez around, according to the Daily Mail.

Benitez has been offered a £50 million transfer budget, with more money available through player sales, in hopes of keeping him aboard and competing for the top half of the Premier League table.

And the greenlight has been given to go after one or two players who exceed the club record £21m spent on Miguel Almiron last January, though it must be on a player of a similar age and re-sale profile.

Roma may be forced to sell Pellegrini


Roma's financial situation may force them to sell multiple players this summer, including Lorenzo Pellegrini, according to

Should the club miss out on the Champions League, they could look into moving some of their top assets to remedy the financial hit.

Inter would like to take advantage of that, and would look to activate Pellegrini's release clause, which is €30 million (£26m/$34m) and payable in two installments.

Conte eyes fresh 'project' as he nears coaching return


Antonio Conte has confirmed that he will return to coaching in June as he aims to find a "project" that proves convincing.

The Italian manager has been out of work since leaving Chelsea this past summer as he was replaced by fellow Italian Maurizio Sarri.

However, Conte says he is close to deciding on his next project, as he hinted at his next job on an Italian talk show.

Read the full story right here on Goal!

Pochettino hopes for £150m transfer budget


Spurs may sell Kieran Trippier and Danny Rose to help fuel their summer spending

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is hoping for £150 million ($195m) in transfer funds this summer in order to bolster his squad, according to the Daily Mail.

His initial budget is expected to be £60m, but he can increase that further by a potential £100m with player sales. 

Danny Rose, Victor Wanyama and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, are believed to be available while the futures of Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld and Kieran Trippier are uncertain.