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Euro Paper Talk: Relief for Ten Hag as first Man Utd transfer gets green light after setback; Salzburg midfielder ‘agrees’ Leeds switch

Erik ten Hag, Vitesse Arnhem v Ajax May 2022

Manchester United have been given a major boost after their deal to sign Tyrell Malacia appeared to hit a stumbling block, while Friday’s Euro Paper Talk claims that an RB Salzburg midfielder has agreed to join Leeds United.

MAN UTD MOVE FOR MALACIA BACK ON 

Manchester United still expect to complete the signing of highly-rated Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia.

The Manchester Evening News reports that an issue over Malacia’s representation involving his agent, Ali Dursun, and the player’s father has now been resolved and senior United sources insist there’s “no problem” with the deal.

United‘s process of signing the player has not been affected by the issue that arose. They still have an agreement in place with Feyenoord and expect the deal to go through in the next few days.

The transfer of Malacia is not tied in with the move for Frenkie de Jong, despite the two having the same agent.

Discussions over Barca midfielder de Jong continue, as United push to seal their first signing of the summer.

Malacia is likely to cost the Red Devils around £12.9m. The defender had looked set for a move to Lyon before Erik ten Hag intervened. having watched the player first-hand in the Dutch Eredivisie.

Malacia to fight Shaw for left-back spot

The 22-year-old is expected to battle with Luke Shaw for the left-back spot.

England star Shaw was riddled by injury issues last term, having previously established himself as Ole Gunnar Solskajer’s side.

As for the prolonged De Jong chase, a £56m deal plus add-ons remains on the horizon.

MIDFIELDER AGREES TO LEEDS SWITCH

Mohamed Camara, RB Salzburg, ahead of Champions League - Play-off - Second Leg - FC Red Bull Salzburg v Maccabi Tel Aviv - Red Bull Arena Salzburg

RB Salzburg midfielder Mohamed Camara has reportedly ‘given his agreement’ to join Leeds United.

Atletico Madrid have activated a clause in their deal with Barcelona that will see Antoine Griezmann spend another season on loan at Wanda Metropolitano. (Catalunya Radio)

Neymar is considering leaving PSG this summer after finding out the club are happy for him to depart. (ESPN)

Serie A champions AC Milan want to sign the Brazilian attacker from the French giants. (UOL Esporte)

PSG are looking to push through a move for Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar. (Gianluca Di Marzio)

Barcelona have made a third bid worth more than €40m for striker Robert Lewandowski. However, they have received no response from Bayern Munich. (ESPN)

MILAN JOIN CHASE FOR VILLA MIDFIELDER

Aston Villa star Douglas Luiz

AC Milan have joined AS Roma in the chase for Aston Villa’s Douglas Luiz. (Corriere dello Sport)

Juventus youngster Luca Pellegrini is ‘very close’ to a move to West Ham United. (Spazio Juve)

Barcelona are pushing plans to sign Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves back to 2023. (Sport)

PSG will demand a €50million transfer fee if they are to let defender Presnel Kimpembe leave this summer. (Foot Mercato)

Southampton have ‘made an offer’ to Feyenoord defender Marcus Pedersen. The Dutch side are open to a deal. (1908)

Celtic teen sensation Karamoko Dembele is likely to join French side Brest. (Le Parisien)

MORE EURO TRANSFER GOSSIP

Torino have confirmed the departure of striker Andrea Belotti on a free transfer. (ESPN)

Portuguese side Benfica are pushing for the signing of Barcelona midfielder Riqui Puig this summer. (Jijantes)

Arturo Vidal has received a formal contract offer from Boca Juniors. (TYC Sports)

Nice are on the lookout for a goalkeeper this summer and have targeted Borussia Monchengladbach star Yann Sommer. (Gianluca Di Marzio)

Paolo Maldini has accepted AC Milan’s proposal and will stay as club director after winning the Serie A title. (Fabrizio Romano)

Newly-promoted Monza are very active on the transfer market. They are continuing talks for Stefano Sensi from Inter, Atalanta’s Matteo Pessina and Napoli striker Andrea Petagna. (Sky Sport Italia)