Sergio Aguero, Paul Pogba and Raphael Varane, Barcelona, Juventus, Man Utd

Sergio Aguero is close to his dream move to Barca, not a surprise, but still a transfer that will give a lot of new boost and could for a season or two be enough to bring back the La Liga to Camp Nou. Aguero, 33 on the 2nd of June, joined Man City from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and has since scored 184 goals in 275 league games.

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Paul Pogba is said to be on the radar of Juventus, with a possible return to the Italian giants at the moment looking for new recruits to win back the Serie A trophy. Pogba has not really been at his best or suited for Premier League action and performing steady at a level needed to win trophies.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be given a chance to build his team into a winning machine, but still a few inches away from the big trophies as the Premier League and Europa League did see them as runners-up and clearly not far from bringing silverware back to Old Trafford. Raphael Varane of Real Madrid is said to be on the top of a long list of OGS targets.

Thomas Tuchel would be happy to sign a new and extended deal with Chelsea. His current contract is based on a rolling one year deal, something the two parties might not look at as ideal with the German seeking a possible chance to be based at Stamford Bridge for his long term future.

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Jurgen Klopp will try to off load as many as eight players from his current first team squad. Xherdan Shaqiri, Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino are amongst the players that could see their future at Anfield axed. Liverpool are a bit flat in certain areas of the field and would probably be trying to balance things a bit further. Naby Keita has also been linked with a move away with FC Cup winners Leicester said to be monitoring his situation.

West Ham defender Fabian Balbuena can leave the club when his contract expires in June. The Paraguayan international joined The Hammers from Brazilian club Corinthians back in 2018 and has since played 54 league games while at The London Stadium.

Burnley and England U.21 international Dwight McNeill is a target for Aston Villa. Jack Grealish is on the wish list of Pep Guardiola and if he is lucky in his chase for the England international it might be a good idea to try to get McNeill in as a clear replacement.

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Brighton manager Graham Potter is eager to make moves that can safely keep The Seagulls in the top flight for the next seasons to come. Ajax youngster Kjell Scherpen and one of the tallest goalkeepers around, 2.04m, is a target. The 20 year old former Dutch U.19 international could be available for a fee of £4million.

Serie A winner Ashley Young looks close to a return to Watford as the 35 year old is clearly interested in a return to his former club. The England international has since leaving Vicarage Road been with Aston Villa and Manchester United for many seasons.

Sean Dyche is said to be the top man for the vacant position at Selhurst Park. Crystal Palace parted company with Roy Hodgson after the season end, and are now looking for a steady replacement that can keep the ship steady in the top flight.

More rumours, transfer talk and confirmed moves, be sure not to miss out.

The move that will happen, Harry Kane, why Man City will win the race for the England captain?

Harry Kane looks certain to leave Spurs this summer, the fee will be in the region of £150 million in total, but it could also be that players will be included in the move, not certain who it will be, but surely Man City have a couple to offload and a big tip is Gabriel Jesus.

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Pep Guardiola has to decide and make som very difficult decisions if he is there to include Harry Kane in his football, which could be a bit different for what he used to at Spurs and for England, but Harry is a grand footballer and joining Man City will give him a certainty to get his hands of trophies.

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Much has been said about Man Utd, but with the interest from the neighbour money will not trigger Harry Kane much as he will be paid well enough at Man City, and he is after those great big trophies and with OGS and his record so far at Man Utd, it might to be easy to convince any player to join who are not just after a big money bag.

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Harry Kane will leave Tottenham Hotspur and join Manchester City, that is the clear indication and if we are correct here, you know were you did read this first, no confirmations yet, but to see anything else happening would be a very big surprise.

Always check our Transfer Radar. The players in this list will most certainly do their move to the club we feel will win the race, follow our updates.

Focus On; Brian Little

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On leaving school in May 1969, Little signed for Aston Villa who would be relegated to the Third Division for the first and only time in their history in the following season. He played a full season for the Aston Villa Youth side and subsequently made his senior debut on 30 October 1971, in a 4–1 win over Blackburn Rovers in the Third Division at Villa Park. He only made two senior appearances that season but was a key player in Villa’s FA Youth Cup winning side of 1972. By 1973–74, with Villa in the Second Division, he was a regular first team player. He made 247 appearances for the club and scored 60 goals, and made one full international appearance for England in 1975.

He was part of Villa’s League Cup winning teams of 1975 and 1977, scoring two goals in the second replay victory over Everton in the latter final, as well as helping the club climb from the Third to First Division in the early part of the decade, scoring 20 league goals in the 1974–75 season when they were runners-up and clinched promotion to the First Division. His playing career came to a halt in 1980 when he retired at the age of 26 due to a knee injury.

The injury was discovered when Little was undergoing a medical at Villa’s local rivals Birmingham City. This meant his intended transfer there was cancelled. He was a flamboyant forward who formed a particularly prolific partnership with Andy Gray. Little is regarded as an all-time great at Villa Park, and in 2007 he was named as one of the 12 founder members of the Aston Villa Hall of Fame.


  • Full Name: Brian Little
  • Position: Forward
  • Date of Birth: 25.11.1953
  • Birthplace: Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Nation: England
  • Caps: 1
  • Goals: 0
  • Club Career: Aston Villa
  • Period: 1971-1980
    • League Games, 247
    • League Goals, 60
    • Previous Club: N/A
      • Transfer Fee: N/A
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