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Wynder race gains more suitors


Dybala unsure about Roma future


Roma forward Paulo Dybala admitted he is unsure about his future at the club amid rumours linking him with a move to Manchester United in the summer.

The Argentine has a release clause reportedly worth €20 million that comes into play from June, which is valid for any club - including those from abroad.

Dybala, who has 11 goals in 21 appearances for the Giallorossi this campaign, admitted in a press conference on Wednesday: “I respect the clause, but it’s something between my agents at the club. I don’t know what will happen at the end of the season. 

“I don’t know about my future; imagine the coach’s. I’d like to be coached by him [Mourinho] because he is one of the best, I want to win with him. Now, I only think about doing well tomorrow. I want to win with Roma and help the team qualify for the Champions League.”

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Todd Boehly met PSG president over Neymar transfer


Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly reportedly met Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi on Tuesday over the potential transfer of Neymar in the summer.

That's according to a report from French outlet Le Parisien, who note the Blues' interest in the Brazilian since last summer, back when Thomas Tuchel was still in charge.

It is thought that a fee of around €60m would be enough to land Neymar, although his hefty wages of €36m per year could be enough to put Chelsea off from finalising the move.

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Liverpool scouts impressed by Sporting's Inacio


Liverpool reportedly sent scouts to watching Sporting CP defender Goncalo Inacio in action during their 2-1 home defeat to Porto on Sunday, reports Portuguese outlet Correio da Manha.

Despite the loss, the Merseyside club are thought to have been so impressed by the 21-year-old that they could consider tabling a bid in the summer.

Sporting seem unlikely to qualify for the Champions League this campaign and could utilise the defender's £40m release clause as a way of funding their budget. Liverpool, meanwhile, could look to Inacio to rejuvenate their ageing back line.

Martinez sale could fund Villa's summer spree


While it was revealed that Aston Villa are under no pressure to sell goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, the Daily Mail are reporting that the club could demand a higher asking price when he inevitably leaves in the summer.

With many clubs thought to be interested, Villa are thought to want to cash in on their shot stopper in order to fund a summer rebuild under new manager Unai Emery.

Martinez was awarded the Golden Glove in Qatar and has attracted a host of potential suitors from across Europe, while Emery could be in the market for a more ball-playing goalkeeper as his replacement.

Arteta wants Zubimendi in the summer


Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has reportedly told the club that they should sign Real Sociedad midfielder Martin Zubimendi in the summer, according to Spanish outlet Sport.

The Gunners are in need of offensive reinforcements beyond solely Jorginho, who joined in January, having momentarily lost out on Brighton's Moises Caicedo.

The 24-year-old has impressed for La Liga dark horses Sociedad this campaign, and has a release clause of €60 million (£52.6m) which Arsenal may need to trigger.

Kvaratskhelia yet to receive new Napoli deal


Talks break down between Marsch and Southampton


Jesse Marsch and Southampton have failed to agree to terms and the Saints will continue their hunt for a new manager, according to The Telegraph.

Ruben Selles will continue to be in charge against Chelsea on Saturday as the club views him as a 'viable long-term option'.

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Arsenal monitoring Leicester City's Maddison


Arsenal are keeping a close watch on Leicester City midfielder James Maddison who has less than 18 months left on his current contract, according to 90min.

The midfielder is believed to be on the wishlist of several other Premier League outfits like Manchester City, Tottenham, and Newcastle.

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Bayern plot sensational Rashford bid


Bayern Munich are reportedly keeping tabs on in-form Manchester United star Marcus Rashford ahead of the summer transfer window, according to Sport Bild.

Read the full transfer story on GOAL.

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Tottenham interested in Tomori


Tottenham Hotspur can submit a bid for AC Milan's Fikayo Tomori in the summer, according to a report from CalcioMercatoWeb.

They are eying a move for the 25-year-old defender and might include Emerson Royal to bring down the transfer fee. However, he has a contract with the Serie A giants till 2027 which can prove to be a major hurdle.

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Fati has offers from Arsenal and Tottenham


Ansu Fati has got offers from Arsenal and Tottenham, according to a report from Mundo Deportivo.

The forward has lost his place in the starting XI under Xavi and it remains to be seen whether he decides to seek a new challenge in the summer. However, he has a contract with the Catalan club until the summer of 2027.

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Araujo set to fly to Barcelona to complete transfer


Liverpool and United open talks to sign Schuurs from Torino


Liverpool and Manchester United have held preliminary talks with Torino to sign defender Perr Schuurs, according to Tuttosport, via Football Italia.

The 23-year-old joined from Ajax in the summer and has grabbed eyeballs for his impressive performances in all competitions this season.

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Villa under no pressure to sell Martinez


Aston Villa expect to receive offers for Emiliano Martinez in the summer after his impressive performances in the World Cup but will not be under pressure to sell him, according to a report in the Daily Mail.

Martinez has a contract until 2027 after he signed a new deal in January 2022. Given the length of the deal, Villa have the upper hand in negotiations but the keeper's ambition is to play in the Champions League.

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No release clause in Hincapie's Leverkusen contract


Ramos remains tight-lipped about PSG future


Sergio Ramos' future hangs in the balance as his contract with PSG is set to expire in June.

"I live day by day. Last season was very hard - now I feel good both physically and mentally, that is the most important. I don’t think about the future. We will see this summer", he told RMC Sport.

The defender is on the radar of Saudi Pro League outfit Al-Nassr.

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Arsenal close to extend Saka's contract


Arsenal are confident to tie down Bukayo Saka to a new agreement within the next few weeks which will make him one of the highest earners at the club, according to Football Insider.

The 21-year-old has 8 goals and 8 assists across all competitions in this campaign. With his contract set to expire in the summer of 2024, the Gunners want to offer him a new deal that will keep him at the Emirates in the long term.

Sousa set to become new Salernitana coach


Leicester intensify Maddison contract talks


Leicester City are desperate to keep James Maddison away from Newcastle and Tottenham, leading them to prioritise contract discussions with the in-demand player, writes the Telegraph.

Maddison has one more year on his current deal and would be a popular transfer target if Leicester fail to re-sign him before the summer window.

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Leeds consider £5.3m Nuno Espirito Santo clause


Leeds United see Al-Ittihad head coach Nuno Espirito Santo as a potential replacement for recently sacked Jesse Marsch, according to the Telegraph. But they would need to compensate the Saudi team with about £5.3 million in order to land the former Tottenham and Wolves manager.

For now, Leeds are operating with an unusual three-coach caretaker system.

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Cancelo denies Real Madrid interest


Fenerbahce want Mason Greenwood (FotoSpor)


Fenerbahce have contacted Manchester United about signing Mason Greenwood, according to Turkish outlet FutoSpor.

Greenwood is not expected to play for the Red Devils this term as the club completes an internal investigation into accusations of attempted rape, assault and coercive and controlling behaviour. Their inquiry is separate from that of the legal system, as the Crown Prosecution Service recently dropped all charges against him. It's possible he doesn't play for them again.

Fenerbahce are said to be willing to face the criticism that would come with signing Greenwood and see him as a player who could shift their fortunes on the pitch.