Saturday 26 May 2018

Football rumours from the media

Manchester United want to sign Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid
Manchester United want to sign Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid


Manchester United dominate the gossip column, with their pursuit of Real Madrid striker ALVARO MORATA taking the headlines.

The Daily Mirror are reporting that United have issued a £60million take-it-or-leave-it offer to Madrid after they turned down an opening bid of £54.7million.

One transaction that will not be happening between United and Real is the sale of goalkeeper DAVID DE GEA.

The Spanish goalkeeper has long been linked to a move to the Bernabeu but Spanish newspaper Marca have said the LaLiga club's interest has cooled.

The Manchester Evening News are reporting that United must pay £87million if they are to sign ANDREA BELOTTI from Torino.

Meanwhile, WAYNE ROONEY'S potential Old Trafford exit could be hindered by his wage demands, with the Daily Star reporting that Everton will be unable to afford their former striker.

Chelsea are preparing a player-plus-cash deal for Juventus centre-back LEONARDO BONUCCI, according to the Sun. The Premier League champions will offer £48million and Nemanja Matic to get the Italian to Stamford Bridge.

Across London at Tottenham, the Independent are reporting that Borussia Dortmund defender MATTHIAS GINTER is a £15million target.


@MirrorFootball: "Lionel Messi 'agrees in principle' to new deal at Barcelona"

@SportWitness: "From Belgium: Mino Raiola would prefer it if Lukaku joins Manchester United, but player eyeing Chelsea"

@DeadlineDayLive: "Sevilla are interested in Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi.


KYLIAN MBAPPE: One of this summer's most talked-about players will snub a move to Real Madrid and stay with Monaco, reports French newspaper Le Parisien.

KYLE WALKER: The England right-back's Tottenham exit might not be cut and dried, with the Mirror reporting Spurs are hiking up their asking price.

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