KemiFilani brings you all the top stories and transfer rumours from Monday’s leading sources….
According to the DAILY MIRROR, Juventus will undertake new transfer discussions with Paul Pogba’s agents on Monday in the hope of striking a deal for the Manchester United midfielder.
Frenkie de Jong, a Manchester United transfer target, is said to have notified the Barcelona leadership of his wish to stay at the Camp Nou beyond this summer.
According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is eager to ensure Mason Mount and Reece James’ futures by signing them to lucrative new contracts.
THE SUN reports that Erik ten Hag has made it clear that he want to keep “giant” Cristiano Ronaldo.
Arsenal’s first-choice center-backs, Ben White and Gabriel Magalhaes, were both absent from Sunday’s training session ahead of the match against Newcastle on Monday night.
Former Manchester City defender Bacary Sagna has advised the club to sign AC Milan left-back Theo Hernandez this summer.
Antonio Rudiger has refuted the notion that his decision to leave Chelsea was motivated by government fines.
THE GUARDIAN reports that Erik ten Hag will travel in Manchester on Monday to begin preparations for his role as Manchester United manager, meet with United officials, and become acquainted with the club.
According to the DAILY EXPRESS, Arsenal are ready to spend roughly £68 million on three of their summer targets, with the Gunners expected to recruit Brazilian starlet Marquinhos, as well as Gabriel Jesus and Aaron Hickey.
According to THE TIMES, Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk will miss Liverpool’s Premier League match against Southampton on Tuesday in order for Jurgen Klopp to safeguard their health ahead of the Champions League final.
According to the DAILY TELEGRAPH, Australia women’s head coach Matthew Mott has emerged as the favorite to be England’s new white-ball head coach, with the Australian said to have beaten out Paul Collingwood as the main prospect.
Frank Lampard will speak with a Football Association independent regulatory body via Zoom this week to clarify his contentious statements following Liverpool’s Merseyside derby defeat last month.
According to the Daily Record, Daichi Kamada concedes Rangers have the means to damage Eintracht Frankfurt, but the Japanese star insists his club is certain of shattering Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s Europa League ambition.