Transfer news round up as Paul Pobga looks well set to leave Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo linked with a return to the EPL club.
LONDON — The Daily Star in the UK is reporting that Real Madrid are interested in a swap deal for Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku this summer. According to the newspaper, Real Madrid are looking to bolster their attack for coming season and have identified Lukaku as the ideal man to lead the forward line, as a replacement for Karim Benzema. It is understood that Ronaldo would like to leave the Spanish side this summer…
LONDON, Sporting Alert — English Premier League champions Chelsea have made the first bid for Jamaican winger Leon Bailey, according to the British newspaper, Daily Mail.
MANCHESTER, Sporting Alert — Manchester United are set to compete with arch rivals Manchester City for the signature of Alexis Sanchez, according to The Sun.
Manchester United are interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo and the Real Madrid forward would welcome a return to the club that is close to his heart.
It is true that Manchester United are interested in signing Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic, the Serie A club which is still waiting on an offer confirmed.
Transfer news for Manchester United and Chelsea, as both English Premier League clubs are giants are interested in signing Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic this summer.
According to Sky Sports sources, Manchester United are targeting Michael Keane, Virgil van Dijk and Victor Lindelof in the summer transfer window.
Alvaro Morata is apparently looking to leave Real Madrid and according to The Sun, Premier League sides Arsenal and Chelsea are very interested in bringing him to England.
Sky Sports is reporting that Manchester United have moved closer in their attempt to sign Benfica defender Victor Lindelof in the January transfer window.
Jose Mourinho will not allow Memphis Depay to join Everton on loan in January because he fears the Dutchman could be a hit at his rivals.
Manchester United have been drawn in Group A of the Europa League and manager Jose Mourinho says he will treat the competition with respect.