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TOP STORY: Will Liverpool move to Havertz?
Liverpool haven't made a big signing this summer, with only young Sepp van der Berg arrived, but the Daily Express claimed that they were considering steps for Bayer Leverkusen's sensation Kai Havertz.
Havertz, 20, has been linked with Barcelona and Bayern Munich and recently told Bild that he would think of making a move in the near future. "I am honest, at some point the next step must come for me," he said. "But I won't worry when it will happen …
"I really don't know whether FC Bayern is the next step and that is right for me. I also don't know whether a foreign country will not be more suitable for me. I really don't think too much about it right now. I have that confidence, huh [that I could play for Bayern]. But the same thing applies to other clubs too. "
Liverpool have been looking for a new attacking midfielder, together Nabil Fekir and Philippe Coutinho on radar, but Havertz (No. 5 in our 30 best players under 21) will be a coup if they can persuade him to move now.
13.06 BST: Aston Villa has agreed to a fee of £ 8.75 million with Kasimpasa for the winger Trezeguet, say the Daily Mail.
Trezeguet, 24, is an Egyptian international and has also attracted attention from Sampdoria this summer. However, Villa are reported to have defeated their rivals with a blow to the player's ground.
12.24 BST: Crystal Palace is reported to have offered an £ 8 million bid for the Irish midfielder James McCarthy, Sky Sports said, but Everton wanted £ 10 million.
12.02 BST: Maurizio Sarri has opened the door for Juventus to return Paul Pogba by admitting his admiration for the Manchester United midfielder and refusing to rule out an offer for the 26-year-old player.
"I'm not a technical director, so I don't know [if Pogba will come to Juventus]"Sarri said." I like it very much, but I don't know the situation. Paul Pogba is a Manchester United player, so I don't want to talk about that. "
11.56 BST: Juventus Moise Kean has been linked with a move of € 30 million to Everton, but Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Barcelona and Arsenal are also interested in the young player.
Kean, 19, made Juve's first XI breakthrough last season, but has not agreed to the terms of the new contract with his current contract expiring in 2020.
11.25 BST: With Vincent Kompany leave, Man City might need to get their own center back. Especially if John Stones leave.
Paul Mariner screens the latest transfer rumors, including the possibility of losing keys for Manchester City and the future of Keylor Navas at Real Madrid.
11.01 BST: An update about the pursuit of Inter Milan for the Man United striker Romelu Lukaku.
United have refused a £ 54 million offer from Inter for Romelu Lukaku. Still far from what United thinks is worth. Signed for £ 75 million and has four years left on his contract.
– Rob Dawson (@RobDawsonESPN) July 20, 2019
United appreciates Lukaku, who has four years left on his contract, between £ 80 million and £ 90 million after paying Everton £ 75 million for the striker two years ago.
10.42 BST: Renato Sanches need to get his career back on track but it looks like he will still try to do it at Bayern Munich next season.
After a poor loan spell at Swansea in 2017-18 and only 17 appearances for Bayern last season, the 21-year-old was ready to move before chatting with coach Niko Kovac. And now he will stay.
"I only want the best for me," Sanches told the press while appearing in public for a Bayern sponsor at the US Tour club. "If the best for me is to stay here, I will still – I want to play football."
10.13 BST: Arsenal has a new technical director and Edu hoping to restore the old mentality of 'Invincibles & # 39; at the club, but said it would take time.
"We have to understand the fans," he told the Daily Telegraph. "We have to understand that. But they also have to understand us. Because we have a philosophy.
"The club has changed a lot. Before I applied to become a technical director, I saw a lot of changes now, Arsene [Wenger] left. The club structure has changed a lot. So it's a process, sometimes we need time. I understand that time will be against us, but we must be aware of that. But in the end, we will give them some good things, I'm sure. "
09.32 BST: Real Sociedad defender Diego Llorente attracts interest from Tottenham and West Ham, said Mundo Deportivo.
Llorente, 25, is a Spanish international and only joined the La Liga team from Real Madrid two years ago. He is reported to have a € 50 million release clause, but it is unlikely that one of the Premier League pairs will spend a lot of money on him.
9:00 BST: The Sun, citing reports in Spain, claimed that Liverpool were ready to offer Mo Salah big surprise to make it the highest paid player in the Premier League.
Salah signed an extension for 2023 last summer, but the Reds are ready to give him a £ 430,000 contract per week to keep Real Madrid and Barcelona at bay.
Matteo Bonetti details how Romelu Lukaku will impact Inter's starting XI and why he thinks Belgium is better than Mauro Icardi.
PAPER TALK (by Nick Judd)
Icardi made Serie A switch to Juve
Mauro Icardi is the latest big name associated with a move to Juventus, according to reports in Italy.
Calciomercato claims that the despotic Inter Ic Ic striker has chosen Turin as his next destination, while Corriere Dello Sport agrees, stating that Juventus keep the No. 1 shirt. 9 remain open for the Inter striker at the moment until he switches.
Icardi has filled this transfer page for most of the summer, with the narrative of "whether or not he" triggered many transfer rumors since the end of the 2018-19 campaign. He was frozen from the club before then breaking down after being stripped of the captain.
But now, with the season approaching, he seems to be getting closer to moving to Serie A.
The agreement can depend on Inter's ability to give prizes Romelu Lukaku far from Manchester United, with boss Antonio Conte reinforcing his desire that he want to land the Belgian striker.
As usual, the domino effect can rise, but we are waiting for the first step.
PSG is tempted to bring home & # 39; Matuidi
Paris Saint-Germain wants to take France to be international Blaise Matuidi back to Parc Des Princes, according to Le Parisien.
Matuidi was a popular figure in the French capital for six years at the club between 2011 and 2016, and PSG has been told that £ 20 million is enough to close the deal.
Juventus embarrassed wealth in midfield after signing Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal and Adrien Rabiot from PSG, both with free transfers. Both of them joined Rodrigo Bentancur, Sami Khedira, Emre Can and Miralem Pjanic who competed to get a place in the middle.
Manchester United are also interested in Matuidi because they want to change their squad ahead of the new season, but Matuidi is said to support his return to France.
He began his career at Troyes before moving to St Etienne and PSG. Now 32 years old, he is still known for his box-to-box abilities and running without stopping.
The Chelsea youngster prepares to move to the Bundesliga
Chelsea starlet and Wales international Ethan Ampadu seems to be joining Bundesliga giants RB Leipzig on loan this season, and The Guardian reports that Chelsea are currently negotiating a deal that will make it go to Germany for the duration of the 2019-20 campaign.
Ampadu was removed from the Blues squad which flew to Japan for their two-match tour and conversely the 18-year-old had undergone a medical test with the aim of getting first team football this season.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard tried to secure Ampadu when he was in charge of Derby County, but it seems now the young player can be loaned out again from Stamford Bridge.
– Crystal Palace is looking to replace Aaron Wan-Bissaka with Arsenal wing-back Carl Jenkinson, and they can land it with a tenth of the cost they make from selling Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United. Eagles boss Roy Hodgson still needs defensive reinforcements and he can turn to the player he gave England's temporary international manager's debut. Jenkinson played only eight times in 2018-19 and could cost £ 5 million.
– Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson close to writing a new agreement that will make him return to Sheffield United on loan during the 2019-20 season. Henderson has only one year left on his current contract and talks between the club and players appear to be positive, reports the Daily Mail. Blades boss Chris Wilder is eager to use Henderson again, while United sees the child as number one candidate.