FOOTBALL TRANSFER GOSSIP:
- Inter Milan‘s attacking full-back Denzel Dumfries has joined a new representative group as interest from Manchester United and Chelsea continues to grow.
- Graham Potter wants to take a break until the end of the season and has already turned down an approach from Leicester.
- Arsenal and Chelsea are interested in Everton’s 21-year-old Belgium midfielder Amadou Onana, who is valued at £70m.
- Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag sees England captain Harry Kane as his first-choice striker option this summer but the 29-year-old is open to a signing a new contract at Tottenham.
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- Newcastle United are one of a number of Premier League clubs showing interest in Manchester City‘s 21-year-old English midfielder Taylor Harwood-Bellis, who is currently on loan at Burnley.
- Chelsea would ideally aim to appoint a new head coach before next week’s Champions League showdown against Real Madrid.
- Manchester United are set to rival Chelsea for the permanent signing of Portugal forward Joao Felix, 23, from Atletico Madrid.
- Tottenham are considering a summer move for Leicester’s 26-year-old England midfielder James Maddison.
FOOTBALL TRANSFER GOSSIP
- Chelsea have a verbal agreement to sign Ecuadorian midfielder Kendry Paez, 15, from Independiente del Valle in a deal that could be worth more than £17.5m.
- Liverpool are not just looking for midfielders this summer – they want a new goalkeeper, with Caoimhin Kelleher ready to leave.
- Bayern Munich will not activate the 70m euro (£61m) clause to make Joao Cancelo‘s loan from Manchester City permanent but may try and negotiate a reduced price for the 28-year-old Portugal full-back.
- Manchester United defender Harry Maguire, 30, will be put up for sale at United this summer with Ten Hag calling for the club to be more ruthless in clearing out the squad.
- Chelsea are ready to rival Arsenal and Manchester United in the race for Atalanta’s sought-after striker Rasmus Hojlund.
- The Football Association have decided Pep Guardiola will not face any action over his controversial celebration during Manchester City‘s win over Liverpool on Saturday.