Manchester United and Arsenal want a Dortmund man, while Real Madrid are reportedly ready to sell Gareth Bale, according to Thursday’s European papers.
REAL HATCH KANE PLAN
Despite the Real Madrid president Florentino Perez denying that the club had any interest in Spurs star Harry Kane, reports in Spain suggest otherwise.
“If I’d asked him [Spurs president], he would have replied that he [Harry Kane] costs € 250 million”, Florentino revealed on Monday night.
According to Diario Gol however, Los Blancos have hatched a plan to pursue Kane, involving the sale of one of their star men.
The Spanish paper claims Real Madrid may sell Gareth Bale next summer in order to create space for Harry Kane and help fund their big-moeny move for the Englishman.
Both Chelsea and Manchester United are reportedly interested in taking Bale back to the Premier League.
AND THE REST
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (22) was scouted by Manchester City in Lazio’s away win against Bologna on Wednesday night (TMW)
Barcelona are continuing to lay the groundwork on a potential deal to sign Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho in January (Mundo Deportivo)
Barca are also interested in Chelsea transfer target Kalidou Koulibaly (Sport)
Barcelona director of football Raul Sanllehi is close to joining Arsenal (Diario Sport)
Barcelona are believed to be one of three clubs who have made contact with Schalke over in-demand midfielder Leon Goretzka (Calciomercato)
Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus is an Arsenal and Manchester United transfer target (Sky Germany)
Sampdoria midfielder Dennis Praet has emerged as a Newcastle transfer target (Calciomercato)
FC Barcelona are planning to sign two central defenders of which is Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly – a reported Chelsea target (Sport)
Jurgen Klopp could turn to Real Madrid legend Iker Cassias to cure his goalkeeping woes (El Pais)
A friend of Hatem Ben Arfa believes the player’s exile at PSG is taking its toll mentally (L’Equipe)
Zinedine Zidane is prepared for the moment when he will have to leave Real Madrid (Marca)