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Transfer News And Rumours LIVE: Man Utd Prepare Second Wan-Bissaka Bid

  • Man Utd refuse to entertain Pogba offers
  • Man Utd prepare second Wan-Bissaka bid

Mourinho open to Chelsea return

Jose Mourinho would be willing to return to Chelsea for a third spell as Blues boss, claims The Sun.

The Portuguese has been out of work since leaving Manchester United in December 2018.

Various landing spots have been mooted for him since then but, with Maurizio Sarri’s future being called into question, it could be that he ends up back at Stamford Bridge.


Villa readying £20m Butland raid

Aston Villa are ready to lodge a £20 million bid for Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland, claims The Sun.

Dean Smith wants a proven performer between the sticks after securing promotion to the Premier League and has his sights set on an England international.


Arsenal see £43m double raid knocked back

Arsenal have been rebuffed in their efforts to land Joachim Andersen and Dennis Praet from Sampdoria, reports The Mirror.

The Gunners are said to have tabled a combined bid of £43 million ($55m) for the pair, but their advances have been knocked back by a Serie A outfit.


De Rossi set to sign with LAFC

Daniele De Rossi is set to sign with Los Angeles FC, according to ESPN.

The Italian midfielder left Roma at the conclusion of the Serie A season after 18 seasons with the club.

De Rossi, 35, had been linked with Boca Juniors this summer as well as the move to MLS.


Chelsea reconsidering Kovacic move

Chelsea are having doubts over the possibility of signing Matteo Kovacic due to Maurizio Sarri’s departure, according to the Daily Star.

The club is losing interest in pursuing a deal for the midfielder as Sarri was the one who lead the charge to sign the Croatian.

Chelsea can sign the midfielder despite the club’s transfer ban, but would need to work out a deal with Real Madrid.


Former Mexico boss Osorio joins Atetico Nacional

Chelsea are having doubts over the possibility of signing Matteo Kovacic due to Maurizio Sarri’s departure, according to the Daily Star.

The club is losing interest in pursuing a deal for the midfielder as Sarri was the one who lead the charge to sign the Croatian.

Chelsea can sign the midfielder despite the club’s transfer ban, but would need to work out a deal with Real Madrid.


Former Mexico boss Osorio joins Atetico Nacional

Juan Carlos Osorio has been hired as technical director of Atletico Nacional, the club announced on Monday.

Osorio left Mexico following the 2018 World Cup, and managed Paraguay for one match before stepping away.

The Colombian coach previously managed the club from 2012-15.


Vertonghen hopeful of Eriksen stay

Jan Vertonghen says he remains hopeful that Christian Eriksen will remain with Tottenham next season.

The midfielder has been linked with Real Madrid following comments that he could leave Spurs in search of a new challenge.

Sassuolo after Spezia’s Okereke

Sassuolo are close to signing Spezia’s David Okereke, accordin to Gianluca Di Marzio.

The Nigerian forward scored 10 goals while providing 12 assists in Serie B this season.

He may not be the only Spezia player to move this summer as Tommaso Augello has been linked with Sampdoria.


Man Utd refuse to entertain Pogba offers

Real Madrid are hoping the midfielder makes a public demand to leave the club

Real Madrid are not optimistic about signing Paul Pogba as Manchester United will not entertain any offers for their midfielder, according to AS.

Reports have said United might be willing to let Pogba leave for €150 million (£143m/$181m), but the Red Devils have refused to name any number, insisting he is a cornerstone of the club’s plans.

Madrid are left hoping Pogba attempts to publicly speak of a desire to leave, like Christian Eriksen has, to get United to come to the negotiating table.


Chelsea’s Ola Aina set to join Torino on permanent deal

Chelsea have agreed a deal to sell defender Ola Aina to Torino this summer, Goal understands.

The 22-year-old, who is a product of the Blues’ youth system, spent last season on loan with the Serie A club and looks to set to return there permanently.

Speaking to Sky Italy, Torino president Urbano Cairo confirmed that the club have exercised their option to buy Aina with the defender’s current deal set to expire at the end of June.


Chelsea have six-man manager shortlist

Frank Lampard, Erik ten Hag and Massimiliano Allegri are among the six names on Chelsea‘s managerial shortlist to replace Maurizio Sarri, according to the Express.

Sarri is expected to be named Juventus coach shortly, and the Blues are well underway in their search with Lampard widely linked to the job.

In addition to those three, Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo, Watford boss Javi Garcia and England assistant Steve Holland are all in the frame.


Liverpool rule out Kruse

Liverpool have ruled out signing Werder Bremen striker Max Kruse, as they are ready to rely on in-house options, according to the Liverpool Echo.

The 31-year-old Kruse is out of contract and has been linked to the Reds, but Jurgen Klopp is ready to place his trust in Divock Origi as a back up striker.

As well as Origi, youngster Rhian Brewster is being tabbed for a larger role this season, following Daniel Sturridge’s departure.


Man Utd prepare second Wan-Bissaka bid

The Red Devils had a £40m offer knocked back with Crystal Palace demanding at least £60m

Manchester United are preparing a second bid for Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, according to Sky Sports.

United had a £40 million ($51m) bid knocked back for the defender over the weekend but are ready to come back with an improved bid.

Palace are holding out for £60m for the England U-21 international, who enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2018-19.

 

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