Liverpool, Real Madrid and Man City battle to sign Jude Bellingham – Paper Talk | Transfer Center News
All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s papers…
Liverpool, Real Madrid and Man City will battle to sign Jude Bellingham this summer.
West Ham manager David Moyes has said England midfielder Declan Rice will get a UK transfer record if he ever leaves the London stadium.
France endured an almighty scare before rallying to overtake Italy in the Six Nations.
David de Gea is confident new signing Marcel Sabitzer can replace Manchester United midfield general Casemiro during his three-game suspension.
Manchester United expect offers to be submitted next week to take control of the Glazers club, according to reports.
Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group are no longer interested in a full sale of the club, it has been claimed.
Liverpool’s painful mid-season form can be summed up by the fact that their top league goalscorer since the World Cup is Leicester City defender Wout Faes.
German national team boss Hansi Flick was on hand for Chelsea’s 0-0 home draw with local rivals Fulham on Friday night as speculation over current Blues boss Graham Potter’s future continues.
PSG sporting adviser Luis Campos has reassured fans that contract talks with Lionel Messi are ongoing and the club still hopes to tie him down to a new deal.
Manchester United are reportedly ready to pay £107million to sign Victor Osimhen at the end of the season.
Mason Mount has rejected Chelsea’s offer of a new contract and is unhappy with the terms that have been put on the table, according to reports.
Harry Maguire and Scott McTominay will lead an exodus of six big names from Manchester United in a fire sale this summer.
Jesse Marsch admits he is concerned about how Leeds seem to be ‘finding ways to lose games’.
Manchester City are to hand teenage starlet Rico Lewis an exceptional new long-term contract with a 400% pay rise.
Manchester United fan and billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to be among the club’s candidates this week, according to reports.
Britain ended an 84-year wait for a medal at the world four-man bobsleigh championships after Brad Hall, Arran Gulliver, Taylor Lawrence and Greg Cackett won silver in St Moritz, Switzerland.