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Thauvin finally has interest

Rakitic says yes to Juventus

Blanc back


Loan extension

Real Madrid striker Borja Mayoral could remain at La Liga side Levante next season, according to reports in Diario AS this morning. The 22 year-old is currently on loan with the Valencia-based outfit, playing a consistent role in their battle against relegation and he could sign another season long at the Ciutat de Valencia in the summer.

-source: Football Espana

Youngster to France

Derby County want Pennington

Derby County are eyeing up a summer move for Everton defender Matthew Pennington. The centre-back, on loan at rock bottom Ipswich Town this season, has also spent time on loan at Leeds United previously.

-source: Birmingham Live

Atletico in for Insigne?

Spanish newspaper AS and Italian paper Il Mattino claim the only real contenders for Insigne are Atletico Madrid, who would offer in the region of €50-60m. This is a long way off the asking price of €100m, although agent Mino Raiola is hoping to reduce that to €80m.

-source: Football Italia

Gustavo to go

Roma’s managerial search continues

Sampdoria lost to Roma last night, but it’s reported Marco Giampaolo is the new favourite to take over next season. According to the Corriere dello Sport newspaper, there was a phone call with Giampaolo overnight to discuss possible terms.

-source: Football Italia

Thorgan Hazard to be sold

The Belgian stressed while to make a decision until after the season, the conversations with him and his father, who also advises him, but clear signals gave Eberl. The contract expires in 2020, and Borussia’s sporting Director had already announced months ago to sell hazard, should he not be willing to extend in the summer. Now, Eberl will try to get as much money for Borussia’s most valuable player, which has a market value of 45 million euros according to Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid are considered most promising prospects.

-source: Rheinische Post

Roma to allow Dzeko to leave

Approaching the sale in June of Edin Dzeko. The news of an English club interested in Bosnian striker and ready to offer a figure around 10 million euros had been anticipated from us in recent days. Before the match between Sampdoria and Roma, confirmations. The Giallorossi had responded by not being willing to transfer to a figure of less than 20 million euros.

-source: Sky Sports Italia

Leipzig scouting Schick

RB Leipzig scouts were reportedly in the stands to watch Roma striker Patrik Schick play in the 1-0 win over Sampdoria last night. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Bundesliga outfit were keeping a close eye on Schick to prepare a summer swoop.

-source: Football Italia


A growing number of Manchester United’s key players are considering leaving in the summer. A seven-strong group that includes Paul Pogba and David de Gea have been tempted by approaches from Champions League rivals as the club struggles to qualify for next season’s competition. Pogba, for whom United paid £89m three years ago, has stated his interest in playing for Real Madrid, whose new manager Zinedine Zidane described the France international as “somebody who brings something few others can to the pitch”.

-source: The Times


Juve move for Nicolo Zaniolo

With that money, the head of the white sport Fabio Paratici, in consultation with the Vice-President Pavel Nedved, would give the assault on Roma for Nicolo Zaniolo, already now rated 50 and that after the probable renewal with the giallorossi will climb further up the price tag.

-source: Tuttosport

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