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Bayern Munich rumors

New contract for the Gandalf of football

Gianluigi Buffon is reportedly close to a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain, which could take the goalkeeper through to 2021. According to ESPN, PSG are ready to take up their option to extend Buffon’s contract for an extra season.

-source: Football Italia

Udinese want Bertolacci

Milan will host Udinese at San Siro tomorrow for their next Serie A fixture. It could be about more than a league game as the Friulani are interested in Andrea Bertolacci for next transfer window starting in June, when the player will be a free agent.

-source: Gianluca Di Marzio

Officially Official


Just in

Manchester United are set to lose Ander Herrera to Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer. The Daily Record understands the Spain international has agreed a pre-contract with the Ligue 1 champions after being left unimpressed by United’s offer of a new long-term deal.

-source: Duncan Castles

About to get official

Atletico Madrid forward Gelson Martins will join Monaco in a permanent €32m deal this summer, but €20m will go to his former club Sporting CP. The report in Cadena Cope claims the Portuguese international will make his loan move to the Ligue 1 side permanent but the majority of the funds will go to the Lisbon giants, following last summer’s acrimonious transfer.

-source: Football Espana

Atletico to sign Telles, Herrera

Atletico Madrid will confirm the double signing of FC Porto duo Hector Herrera and Alex Telles this summer, according to multiple reports. Portuguese outlet A Bola led with the story on Monday morning, following on from a report last week in Marca that both players had agreed a move to the Spanish capital.

-source: Football Espana

Real Betis scouting Juan Miranda

Real Betis are scouting Barcelona teenage full-back Juan Miranda with a view to a summer move, report El Mundo Deportivo. The future of Betis left wing-back Junior Firpo is under much scrutiny as he has been linked with a number of Europe’s leading clubs, although the club may move for Miranda either way.

-source: Football Espana

Some Barca updates

Couple of PSG news

Ajax might finally give Cristian Pavon the big break he needs

An extension after just a year

Leicester cautiously optimistic over Tielemans

The concern for Leicester is that Tielemans’ performances are of a standard to begin attracting clubs who can offer Champions League football. The agreement with Monaco does not include an option to buy, with Leicester deciding to wait and see after being quoted £40million in January.

Things are not rosy at West Yorkshire

Jan Siewert’s future as manager of Huddersfield Town is in doubt after their relegation from the Premier League due to the collapse of his relationship with the club’s senior players. The German, 36, who replaced David Wagner in January, is understood to have alienated many in the dressing room with a hardline approach since his appointment that has resulted in eight defeats and just one win since his appointment. Siewert was given a contract until June 2021 just ten weeks ago, but it is now unclear whether he will stay at Huddersfield for next season’s Sky Bet Championship campaign.

-source: The Times

Jan Siewert, the Huddersfield manager, insists the club must accept a player exodus this summer after their relegation was confirmed. Defeat at Crystal Palace condemned the Terriers to their fate. Yet intriguingly, Siewert refused to commit his future to the club, claiming end-of-season discussions with the board will determine whether he decides to lead Huddersfield’s attempt to bounce straight back up.

-source: Daily Mail

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