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Transfer News & Rumuors: UEFA Highlights, Jurgen Klopp to sign Jadon Sancho, PSG to offer “unbeatabale” 3 year Messi contract

  • Jurgen Klopp could attempt to sign Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund if Mohamed Salah leaves Liverpool this summer.
  • Philippe Coutinho is a shock target for Everton and Liverpool’s Merseyside rivals could bid for the Brazilian this summer, according to reports.
  • Arsenal were reportedly braced for a takeover coup in advance of announcing their plans to join a breakaway European Super League.
  • Liverpool remain on course to sign Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig for £40m, despite posting a £46m pre-tax loss in their accounts on Tuesday.
  • Tottenham have failed in a fresh move to persuade Brendan Rodgers to become the club’s next manager.
  • The FA and EFL will be kept in the dark over the success of the Covid test events staged at Wembley until the end of next month.

UEFA CL Highlights: Real Madrid 1-1 Chelsea, Christian Pulisic secures Blues away goal

  • UEFA is urgently seeking reports from Turkey after the country went into lockdown in a bid to stem a surge in coronavirus cases just five weeks before the Champions League final is due to be played there.
  • Stan Kroenke has refused to sell Arsenal – despite fan protests and Spotify founder Daniel Ek plotting a £2.5bn bid.
  • PSG have reportedly prepared an ‘unbeatable’ three-year contract for Lionel Messi.
  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is available for Arsenal’s Europa League semi on Thursday night – even though he is still not fully fit after malaria.
  • Borussia Dortmund are set to double Jude Bellingham’s wages in a bid to fend off Chelsea’s approach, according to reports.
  • Everton are looking to give James Rodriguez a one-year contract extension, according to reports.
  • West Ham are praying Jesse Lingard does not become the latest big player to pull up injured as their Champions League dreams hang in the balance.
  • Newcastle will open talks with Jacob Murphy over a new deal – as Burnley and Watford lead the race to sign him.
  • Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been pumping iron in the gym as he searches for a new club.
  • Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has offered to help Spotify owner Daniel Ek and the three club legends in their takeover bid.
  • Manchester United can sign Erling Haaland for cheaper than the £156m fee that was previously bandied about, according to reports.
  • Ibrahima Konate’s buyout clause at RB Leipzig is higher than first thought and it could cost £40m to take him to Liverpool this summer.
  • Brighton are braced for Yves Bissouma’s departure this summer after three years at the Amex Stadium.
  • Japan centre-back Takehiro Tomiyasu is set to have Premier League clubs chasing him this summer after signing up with Unique Sports Management agency.
  • Rochdale midfielder Ethan Brierley has been training at Manchester City following his progress in the first-team at Spotland.
  • Chelsea are closing in a deal to take Woking striker Jayden Wareham from non-league football to the Premier League.
  • Vitesse centre-back Danilho Doekhi is considered for a summer move by Rangers, Newcastle United and Norwich City.
  • Jesse Lingard is willing to push for a permanent exit from Manchester United this summer, with West Ham keen on concluding a deal.
  • Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes has expressed his interest in managing the club when he retires.
  • Borussia Dortmund could reportedly be forced to place a ban on all incoming transfers this summer if they fail to qualify for the Champions League as a drastic measure to keeping star man Erling Haaland.
  • Aberdeen boss Stephen Glass is set to make a move for St Mirren attacker Jamie McGrath.
  • Celtic midfielder Ismaila Soro is being monitored by Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur, according to a report.
  • Rangers star Ianis Hagi is a transfer target for Spanish giants Sevilla, according to a report.

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