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Rumor Mill: PSG vs Inter for Dzeko; United to battle PSG for Gueye; Alexis-Dybala swap???

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Umm... what???

Italian sources claim Manchester United and Juventus are prepared to make a swap deal involving Alexis Sanchez and Paulo Dybala. According to the Corriere di Torino newspaper, talks between the Red Devils and the Bianconeri sporting director Fabio Paratici have already taken place.

-source: Football Italia


At loggerheads


Talks opened

Everton have opened talks with Barcelona over the signing of Andre Gomes. But Blues boss Marco Silva says the club still have work to do in order to convince the on-loan midfielder to stay at Goodison Park. Everton face competition from clubs at home and abroad to land Gomes this summer but Silva played down talk of the 25-year-old having agreed terms with Spurs.

-source: Liverpool Echo


Juventus waiting for Rabiot’s decision

Warm days on the opposite of Adrien Rabiot. Midfielder’s contract is expiring with PSG, about ten days back again is at the center of thoughts of Juventus. The mother-manager of the 24-year-old player has several offers (Juventus, Real Madrid, Tottenham and Atletico) and in French environments it is rumored that, behind the stalling of these days, there is a new offer of Barcelona. A flashback of the Blaugrana could complicate the plans of Juventus, but continues to be on the front row for the Parisian.

-source: Tuttosport


PSG vs Inter for Dzeko

The Parisian club has probed the ground in recent days by the Bosnian: a contact, even down to details, to assess the willingness to transfer. The PSG is a rival. But Inter holds the pole position, for the benefit of the player and the timing of the deal.

-source: La Gazzetta dello Sport


Not gone yet

If PSG don’t renew his contract, Gianluigi Buffon is prepared to play on elsewhere, as long as they’re in the Champions League, it’s reported. The goalkeeper turned 41 in January and has impressed during his debut season in Ligue 1. After Coach Thomas Tuchel expressed frustration at the uncertainty caused by having dual first choice goalkeepers, Buffon and Alphonse Areola, rumors grew that Buffon would be let go this summer. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper, the Italy international has no intention of hanging up his gloves just yet.

-source: Football Italia


Done deal


Job in danger


Coaching replacement


Wolves hunting

Nice goalkeeper Walter Benitez is wanted by a trio of Premier League clubs, Goal understands, with Wolves seemingly leading the way and Newcastle and Crystal Palace also in the mix to sign the highly-rated Argentine.

-source: Goal


New contracts for the strike-team

Arsenal are moving to secure the long-term future of their lethal strike force Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Talks are planned this summer to extend the contracts of the pair as Arsenal look to avoid further loss of key players.

-source: Daily Mail


Battle

Idrissa Gueye is set to play his final game for Everton on Sunday with both PSG and Manchester United circling the Senegal international midfielder this summer. Everton are understood to accept that 29-year-old Gueye wants to leave the club though the Merseysiders will look to collect around £40million with the player having three years left on his contract. As a French speaker, a move to Paris is attractive to Gueye but United have also made their intentions clear and have the financial resources to offer a larger transfer fee.

-source: Daily Mail


Set to move on

Asmir Begovic is set to move from Bournemouth this summer. The 31-year-old goalkeeper - who has played 61 times for Bosnia - has become frustrated with a lack of first team action. Since January, the £10 million signing from Chelsea has played only twice in the Premier League.

-source: Daily Mail


The MDL saga advances


Zidane likes Isco

Zidane will be counting on Isco at Real Madrid next season. The French coach considers the Malaga-born midfielder one of the key pillars of his new project as he looks to turn the club’s fortunes around after what has been a terrible season.

-source: Diario AS


Price named

The future of Theo Hernandez could be far away from Spain. Without doubt, it won’t be at Real Madrid after the club decided to let him leave once he returns from his loan season at Real Sociedad. They have put a price on the left-back too, as AS reported previously, they will accept an offer of €30 million. One of the teams showing the most interest is Napoli under Carlo Ancelotti.

-source: Diario AS