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  • Posted by Rayo Online
  • Date : 19 Jun 2023
  • Time : 12:20PM

Luke Shaw has admitted he has used England’s end of season camp as an opportunity to try and convince some of his international teammates about their futures at club level lie with Manchester United.

Manchester United will make an improved £50m offer for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount.

Man City chairman's "strong views" on PL charges
Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak says he has "strong views" on the Premier League charges levelled at the club, and they detract from the "great work" happening on the football pitch after City achieved a historic treble last season.

Wholesale change at Leicester?
Juventus are in talks with Leicester over a deal to sign Timothy Castagne, according to Sky Italy.

The relegated club want £12.8m for him.

Juventus are hoping to lower the price and discussions centre around two deal options; one is permanent, the other is a loan with an obligation to buy.

Sky Sports News understands Castagne is one of four players Leicester have put up for sale following relegation.

Also included on this list are James Maddison, Harvey Barnes and Wilfried Ndidi.

Leicester could listen to offers for other players but if they receive their valuations for the players above they would be under no pressure to make further sales, unless players themselves push for moves.

The likes of Patson Daka and Boubakary Soumare have been on the radars of other clubs but no concrete interest has yet emerged.



Joselu returns to Real on loan
Real Madrid have reached an agreement with Espanyol for the season-long loan of forward Joselu, with an option to buy.

Joselu joined Real Madrid's youth academy at the age of 20 and played two seasons with Castilla, making his first-team debut for Real in 2011.

The Spanish international will be unveiled as a Real Madrid player on June 20 at Real Madrid City.

Torino chasing Vlasic and Praet
Sky in Italy are reporting Torino are interested in another deal for West Ham’s Nikola Vlasic.

The Italian club want to keep him after a successful loan spell last season and are expected to make an approach.

Torino are also interested in Leicester’s Dennis Praet.



Man United target Kim headed for Bayern?
Bayern Munich are currently in pole position in the race for Napoli centre-back and Manchester United target Kim Min-Jae.

Bayern are ready to pay a release clause that is parameterised depending on the turnover of the purchasing club.

The clause will cost at least £42m and could be as much as £59m.

Sky Sports News reported earlier this month that United have made it clear to Kim’s representatives they want to sign him.

United are currently prioritising the signing of a striker, however.

According to Sky in Germany, Bayern are looking to sign multiple new defenders given that both Lucas Hernandez and Benjamin Pavard want to leave.

They are also interested in Villarreal defender Pau Torres.

Paris Saint-Germain want Hernandez, and Bayern would accept an offer of of around £51m plus bonuses.


All change at Man City?

Manchester City will not stand in forward Bernardo Silva's way, should he want to leave the Premier League champions this summer.

City captain Ilkay Gundogan could also be on the move, with his contract close to expiring - the 32-year-old would become a free agent at the end of the month.

Sky Germany is also reporting Bayern Munich are in advanced negotiations to sign defender Kyle Walker.

The 33-year-old has one year left on his deal at the Etihad.

Colwill attracting interest
Chelsea remain stubborn in their stance to keep hold of young defender Levi Colwill, amid interest from Brighton.

The 20-year-old spent last season on loan with the Seagulls, who hope to make that move a permanent deal.

Brighton have already had a £30m bid turned down but are expected to improve that offer.

Chelsea are hoping Colwill will sign a new deal at Stamford Bridge, with Kalidou Koulibaly's exit helping to ensure more opportunities for game time.

Rodgers agrees long-term deal to return to Celtic.
Brendan Rodgers has agreed terms on a long-term deal to return to Celtic as manager.

It is understood the paperwork is being finalised and an announcement is expected this week.The 50-year-old won seven trophies during his first spell in Glasgow, including back-to-back domestic trebles, but left for Leicester City midway through the 2018/19 season - much to the frustration of many Celtic fans.

Rodgers is understood to have agreed a deal in excess of his previous Celtic contract, which will make him the highest-paid manager in the club's history again.

Next season's SPFL fixtures will be announced a week on Friday.

Neves set for Saudi Arabia as Wolves agree £47m fee with Al Hilal.
Wolves have agreed a £47m fee with Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal to sell midfielder Ruben Neves.