Transfer talk and rumours, Pogba headache, Barca in search and Chelsea could sign Ajax star

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The season is soon to end around in Europe, with the Nations League finals coming up early next month. The rumours are out there as always with the latest gossip around the globe. Pogba headache, Barca in search and if Chelsea are getting a transfer clear could be closing in on Ajax talent.

Paul Pogba has earlier flirted with Real Madrid, but told by Man Utd officials that he must hand in a transfer request to be able to make the move to Spain. The 26 year old France World Cup winner has been under a lot of criticism at Old Trafford.

Antoine Griezmann is the player Barcelona wants to bring in, the fee to pay is close to £110 million. Atletico Madrid could sell at the ideal time, getting the best out of Griezmann who joined from Real Sociedad in 2014 for a fee of £24million.

Chelsea will try to sign Brazilian David Neres from Ajax if they are cleared from their transfer ban. A fee of £40million would see the move go through. Neves joined Ajax from Sao Paulo in 2016, and has since seen great progress in Dutch and European football.

AC Milan are keen to join the race for Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi. The 27 year old German international is probably not a certain first team choice at Arsenal under new coach Unai Emery and could see this is a perfect step and return to Italy were he previously played for Sampdoria.

Brazilian international Dani Alves could be a transfer target for PL clubs this summer. Previously been linked with both Man City and Man Utd, he could be a target for English clubs in the ladder a bit lower. Alves (36) has not yet agreed a new deal at Paris, and therefor seen as a player with a potential move to one of the major PL clubs.

A swop between Allegri and Pochettino switching places in the manager seats at Juventus and Tottenham, is news this weekend. The swop will only happen if Allegri is certain he will get a shopping budget that can be in a region of his demands.

Matthijs de Ligt is a target for many of the major clubs in Europe. Man Utd, are according to the latest talk, front runners in the chase, with Barcelona and Man City just a few hurdles behind.

Arsenal will most certainly trigger the release clause fee of Roma defender Kostas Manolas. Unai Emery is keen to land the Greece international and try to find the best possible solution for his defensive headaches.

Andre Onana is a on the Man Utd radar in an attempt to sign the goalkeeper if David de Gea decides to move away. Paris are keen to land De Gea, but not before his current contract has expired. Real Madrid looks as the only possible destination for De Gea if he decides to leave Old Trafford this summer.

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Real Madrid will tempt Arsenal with a ridiculous offer for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Zenedine Zidane is eager to invest to get out of his difficulties after losing the grip without Cristiano Ronaldo to depend on.

Aston Villa will do what they can to land their “on loan” trio, Abraham, Mings and Tuanzebe. All players are heavily important in the new set up and would be difficult to replace if they are gone when the Premier League season starts and if Villa are the winners in the play-off final v. Derby.

Tottenham are said to be in the chase for Roma talent Nicolo Zaniolo. The 19 year old midfielder has already been capped twice at full international level and seen as one of the brightest talents in Europe.

Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke will be a good alternative as new head coach of Scotland, that is the verdict of Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes. Clarke is indeed in the running with current U.21 chief Scot Gemmill also among the candidates. The name Gordon Strachan has also popped up again as well.

 

 

 

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