Paper Talk: New suitors emerge for interested Pogba

Date published: Tuesday 2nd June 2020 8:37

New suitors have emerged for Paul Pogba and the Man Utd man is open to a move, while Lionel Messi is staying at Barcelona for at least one more season, all in the papers.

 

POGBA OPEN TO PARIS MOVE

Paul Pogba is reportedly open to joining Paris Saint-Germain after the Ligue 1 side entered the running for his signature.

Le10Sport report that PSG are interested in the France midfielder, whose contract at United expires in 2021. The club do have a 12-month option to extend the deal and it’s unknown yet whether they will exercise that right.

Real Madrid were believed to be favourites to sign Pogba, but his £15m annual salary is proving to be stumbling block for Los Blancos.

Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane is a fan of Pogba and he has offered United up to four of his players in exchange for Pogba, with two of those players being Martin Odegaard and James Rodriguez, but any prospective deal is no further down the line.

What’s evident is that PSG are looking for a midfielder because the same source claim they are ready to make a stunning push to sign Rennes superstar Eduardo Camavinga.

Ironically Camavinga is a top target for Real, while United are also believed to have registered their interest in the €60m-rated17-year-old.

 

AND THE REST

Inter have identified their replacement for Barcelona target Lautaro Martinez and want Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette (Mundo Deportivo)

The Premier League are facing dissent from several clubs over a number of proposed rule changes for the resumption of the season. (Daily Mail)

Juan Agudelo says he nearly moved to Liverpool and Celtic before heading to Stoke City (Goal)

Juventus and Monaco are chasing Atletico Madrid defender Stefan Savic (Mundo Deportivo)

Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric’s proposed summer move to Milan is off (Calcio Mercato)

The Premier League have told their clubs they are hoping no more than four matches will be held at neutral venues – and have acknowledged Liverpool may well win the title at Anfield. (Daily Mail)

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe will have a second crack at his attempt to prize Tyrese Campbell from Stoke City later this year (Football Insider)

 

 

 

Leeds United are closely monitoring Argentine centre-forward Adolfo Gaich (Football Insider)

Philippe Coutinho’s agent, Kia Joorabchian, has revealed that the 27-year-old would love to return to the Premier League (various)

Chelsea are considering switching their attentions to signing RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, 24, if the Germany international indicates a willingness to move. (ESPN)

Liverpool have agreed loan extensions with Bournemouth and Swansea for Harry Wilson and Rhian Brewster respectively (Daily Mirror)

Real Madrid will not play their remaining La Liga home games at the Santiago Bernabeu and will instead finish the 2019-20 campaign at their training complex (Daily Mirror)

Lionel Messi TEAMtalk

Lionel Messi, 32, will stay at Barcelona next season after a clause allowing the Argentina striker to leave the club for free this summer expired. (Marca)

Real Madrid have rejected the chance to sign Chelsea winger Willian, 31, on a free transfer. The Brazil international’s contract at Stamford Bridge expires this summer. (Mirror)

Manchester United will pay £10.5m for extending 30-year-old Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo’s loan deal until January – a £6m fee going to Shanghai Shenhua and £130,000-a-week in wages. (Mail)

Liverpool are in discussions to extend the loan deals of 23-year-old Welsh midfielder Harry Wilson at Bournemouth and English striker Rhian Brewster, 20, at Swansea until the end of the season. (Telegraph)

Arsenal are ready to offer Brazilian defender David Luiz, 33, a new one year contract but reducing his current £130,000-a-week deal. (Mirror)

Juventus are reportedly offering Federico Bernardeschi in exchange for Chelsea and Italy midfielder Jorginho (Gazzetto dello Sport)

England manager Gareth Southgate will not attend Premier League matches when the season resumes as he feels his presence is not essential at stadiums. (Star)

Nice midfielder Arnaud Lusamba has reportedly emerged as a potential transfer target for Newcastle United (Chronicle)

Premier League clubs will discuss the possibility of in-game TV interviews with managers and coaches during breaks in play in a meeting on Thursday. (Express)

Manchester City are reportedly determined to strengthen their defence by signing Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus (Calciomercato)

Marcos Rojo will return to Manchester United when his loan deal at Estudiantes expires later this month, according to manager Leandro Desabato (Radio Late 931)

Chelsea have submitted a proposal to the Premier League to increase the maximum number of substitutes permitted on the bench from seven to nine for the remainder of the season. (Mail)

Celtic stopper Kristoffer Ajer has binned his long-term agent – as AC Milan continue to track him (Scottish Sun)

Kilmarnock duo Jamie MacDonald and Ally Taylor have rejected new deals and will leave Rugby Park (Scottish Sun)

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