Actual Madrid eye mortgage for Man United’s Donny van de Beek

Actual Madrid eye mortgage for Man United’s Donny van de Beek

Amid all of the motion at Euro 2020 and the Copa America, the summer time transfer window has opened, with Europe’s greatest golf equipment seeking to make a splash within the transfer market. Take a look at the newest gossip under, and see all official offers right here.

TOP STORY: Actual Madrid eye Van de Beek mortgage

Actual Madrid had an curiosity in midfielder Donny van de Beek earlier than he joined Manchester United from Ajax final summer time and now they’ve returned, says The Each day Star.

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Van de Beek, 24, hasn’t impressed at Outdated Trafford since making a £40m transfer and made solely 4 Premier League begins final season, with United prepared to dump the Netherlands international in the transfer window.

The midfielder was close to joining Real Madrid in the summer of 2019, with Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain all interested in signing him in the past. But Madrid are the ones who have kept their interest and are ready to offer him a loan move, with a permanent deal in 2022 if he does well.

The loan would cost £2m, which is easier for the financially-stricken Madrid to manage.

Ajax have also reportedly asked about having Van de Beek back, but that approach has been rejected.

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12.21 BST: Barcelona really are in trouble. With €1.2 billion of debt and a new contract for Lionel Messi on the table, they need to reduce their wage bill.

Mundo Deportivo claims that they are willing to release Samuel Umtiti and Miralem Pjanic to make this happen.

Pjanic, 31, only moved to Camp Nou last summer in a swap deal with Arthur that saw Barca made a €12m profit. But the midfielder’s high wages have become an issue as the club need to cut costs, while they have been looking to move on defender Umtiti for some time now.

11.35 BST: Inter Milan are set to lose Achraf Hakimi to PSG for €70m and could use around €20m of that to land Netherlands and PSV full-back Denzel Dumfries.

Calciomercato claims that Inter are negotiating the transfer fee but it’s high because the 25-year-old was one of the best players for Netherlands at Euro 2020 with two goals in four appearances.

Inter, who are struggling financially, want to sign the player on loan with an option to sign him permanently next year.

11.09 BST: James Olley reports on Tottenham’s chaotic coaching search ending with Nuno: How it took them 72 days, and six candidates, to make a hire

It took 72 days, thorough discussions with at least six different candidates and one strong fan backlash, but Tottenham Hotspur finally have themselves a new head coach.

Nuno Espirito Santo was appointed last Wednesday, receiving a two-year contract at the end of a protracted and frankly calamitous search that began with Jose Mourinho’s sacking on April 19.

Chairman Daniel Levy is widely regarded as one of the shrewdest football administrators around, building arguably the best stadium in the world while creating an environment in which Mauricio Pochettino led Spurs to four successive top-four finishes and the 2019 Champions League final. Yet Tottenham’s chaotic attempt to find someone to take them back to that level — and ultimately beyond — after Mourinho’s disappointing 17-month tenure, was a world apart from the typical business savvy with which the club usually operates.

It’s a consequence of bad timing, pursuing frustrating dead ends and a confused thinking arising from the appointment midway through the process of new managing director of football, Fabio Paratici, who was hired in the wake of Mourinho’s departure. Santo has a huge task in taking Tottenham forward, one undermined at least initially by the knowledge that he wasn’t even close to being first choice for the role.

Spurs have played down the strength of their interest in certain names linked with the post but there were overtures made to Hansi Flick, Pochettino, Antonio Conte, Paulo Fonseca and Gennaro Gattuso, amongst others. That’s not to say Santo cannot succeed, of course, but the circumstances that brought about his arrival are far from ideal.

10.45 BST: Can Man United get a deal for Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane over the line?

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Mark Ogden says that Raphael Varane would be a great partner for Harry Maguire in Manchester United’s defense.

10.05 BST: Wolves have completed the signing of Barcelona winger Francisco Trincao on loan, with an option to sign him permanently.

Trincao, 21, only signed for the club last season for €31m from Braga and scored three goals in 42 games.

09.20 BST: Arsenal will move for West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone if they can’t land Sheffield United’s Aaron Ramsdale, says the Daily Star.

The Gunners need a backup for No. 1 Bernd Leno as Iceland goalkeeper Runar Alex Runarsson has not impressed and Mat Ryan has returned to Brighton after his loan ended. The 23-year-old Ramsdale is reportedly their top target.

Sheffield United want £25m for clubs to sign him, which has Arsenal look at alternatives and they could get Johnstone for around £5m less.

08.47 BST: Brighton boss Graham Potter is keen to land former players Dan James and Joe Rodon, says The Sun.

James, 23, will be down the pecking order at Man United following Jadon Sancho‘s €85m arrival from Borussia Dortmund, with the Wales winger already struggling for game time last season.

Meanwhile, Tottenham’s Rodon could replace Ben White in the centre of defence if he is allowed to leave this summer. Both players played under Potter at Swansea.

08.30 BST: FC Dallas and U.S. international midfielder Tanner Tessmann is on the verge of being transferred to Serie A side Venezia, multiple sources have told Football4cast.

Multiple sources also indicated that the proposed fee is in excess of $3m, but one source cautioned that there is still some work to do to complete the deal. Just last January Tessmann had training stint with Bayern Munich during the MLS offseason.

Tessmann, 19, is in his second season with FCD’s first team, after having come up through Dallas’ academy since 2016. He’s made a total of 28 league and playoff appearances, 16 of them starts, spending the bulk of his time in the center of midfield. At international level, Tessmann made his only appearance at senior level back on Jan. 31, coming on as a 78th minute substitute in a 7-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago. He also made three appearances for the U.S. U-23 team during the Olympic qualifying tournament last March.

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Alejandro Moreno ponders how Paulo Dybala would fit Diego Simeone’s side given his ups and downs at Juventus.

PAPER GOSSIP (by Adam Brown)

– Juventus could allow Paulo Dybala‘s contract to run out in 2022 if a deal can’t be reached, according to Calciomercato. Speculation over the Argentina forward’s future has been circulating and despite previous reports that both parties were close to reaching terms on an agreement, there is still uncertainty over the 27-year-old. Cristiano Ronaldo‘s contract also is set to expire in under a year’s time, which could see Juventus prioritise a new deal for the Portuguese star. While reports suggest the Bianconeri want to keep their current attacking options for the upcoming campaign together, €10m per season for Dybala might be too expensive with negotiations with Ronaldo looming.

– Juventus star Giorgio Chiellini will sign a new contract at the club that will see him remain in Turin until the summer of 2022. Fabrizio Romano says that the deal could possibly be signed over the following few weeks, with the Italy defender getting ready for a Euro 2020 semifinal conflict towards Spain on Tuesday night, when the 36-year-old is predicted to start out.

– Arsenal are prepared to maneuver on Willian, writes the Mirror. The North London membership are reportedly prepared to chop their losses after an underwhelming first season on the Emirates for the previous Chelsea star, throughout which he scored only a single purpose in 37 appearances. Willian will flip 33 in August and nonetheless has two years left on his contract with the Gunners.

– Football Insider writes that two Premier League golf equipment are concentrating on West Bromwich Albion defender Darnell Furlong. Burnley and Brentford are the 2 golf equipment reported to have an interest within the participant who could possibly be moved on with the Baggies requiring to boost funds after being relegated final season. The 25-year-old was a daily at The Hawthorns throughout the 2020-21 Premier League marketing campaign, throughout which he made 35 appearances.

Sergio Busquets will keep at Barcelona regardless of approaches from Main League Soccer, studies Fabrizio Romano. The Spain midfielder has been linked with a number of golf equipment this summer time, however it’s now anticipated that Busquets will solely think about a transfer throughout the Atlantic subsequent 12 months. The 32-year-old remains to be a key participant for the Blaugrana after making over 40 appearances for the membership final season.

– Internazionale are eager on recruiting Wolfsburg winger Josip Brekalo, in accordance with Calciomercato. The Croatia worldwide has reportedly been on the radar of the Serie A membership for a while, and a deal is prone to value between €18m and €20m. The 23-year-old scored seven and assisted three targets within the Bundesliga final season.

– Marseille are persevering with their summer time spending with Arsenal midifelder Matteo Guendouzi set to swap the Premier League for Ligue 1. That is in accordance with Fabrizio Romano, who says {that a} deal might be accomplished subsequent week after Guendouzi turned down an method from Benfica. The deal will see Guendouzi be a part of on mortgage with an obligation to purchase for the French membership. The 22-year-old spent final season on mortgage with Hertha Berlin, that includes 24 occasions within the Bundesliga.



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