Ronaldo 'in talks' over PSG transfer, Newcastle takeover LATEST, Conte to Tottenham OFF, Tuchel signs Chelsea new deal

CRISTIANO RONALDO could be set for a sensational move to PSG this summer, according to reports.

Meanwhile, we've the very latest from Newcastle where the proposed takeover could be back on.

And Antonio Conte will reportedly not be Tottenham's next manager after talks fell apart.

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  • Jake Lambourne


    Everton stars Richarlison and James Rodriguez could leave Everton this summer, according to reports.

    The pair are believed to be in 'complete shock' over manager Carlo Ancelotti's decision to join Real Madrid.

    According to The Atheltic, Richarlison and Rodriguez are now considering their futures following Ancelotti's departure.

    The Italian coach has agreed to re-join Real – the club he guided to Champions League glory in 2014 – in a shock move.

    Many believed the Italian boss was on the verge of creating something special at Goodison Park after guiding the Toffees to tenth in the Premier League.

    But his exit – plus the impending departures of 13 players placed on the Premier League's released list – indicates the Liverpool-based club are set for another transitional period.

  • Jake Lambourne


    Aston Villa have reportedly moved ahead of Arsenal in the race to sign Norwich playmaker Emiliano Buendia.

    It had been believed that the Gunners were in pole position to bring the Argentine ace to the Emirates.

    But Goal journalist Charles Watts has stated that Villa are closer to securing his services.

    He tweeted: "Understand Aston Villa have moved ahead in the pursuit of Emi Buendia.

    "They are closer to meeting Norwich’s demands."

    Norwich are understood to be seeking close to £40million for the 24-year-old.

  • Kostas Lianos


    Manchester United star Harry Maguire has been training on his own ahead of tomorrow’s friendly with Romania.

    England have stated that the reason behind it is to “manage load” ahead of Euro 2020.

    But Maguire has also been practicing alone due to his recent ankle injury.

    Tottenham superstar Harry Kane and Arsenal star Bukayo Saka have also been doing the same by undergoing a different training routine indoors

  • Kostas Lianos


    Chelsea have extended Thomas Tuchel’s contract for another two years.

    Tuchel turned the Blues’ fortunes around ever since he replaced Frank Lampard at the helm in January.

    The German led the west Londoners to the Premier League’s top four with some impressive football.

    The ex-Borussia Dortmund manager also won the Champions League by beating Manchester City in the final

  • Kostas Lianos


    Manchester United are becoming increasingly confident of landing Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, who was also linked with Chelsea, in the summer.

    According to The Athletic, United continue their pursuit to sign Sancho and negotiations have begun with the winger.

    The England international has a “gentlemen’s agreement” with Borussia Dortmund who agreed to let him go this summer if their terms are met.

    The 21-year-old ace is currently focused on Euro 2020 with his England team-mates

  • Kostas Lianos

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    Cristiano Ronaldo is in talks with Paris Saint-Germain over a move in the summer transfer window.

    That is according to AS, who claim that Ronaldo has "welcomed" the approach.

    The star forward's future at Juventus has been marred by doubt following a hapless season that saw the Bianconeri giving away their Serie A crown to Inter Milan.

    The 36-year-old has also been linked with a return to Manchester United

  • Kostas Lianos


    Tottenham appear to have ended their interest in signing manager Antonio Conte.

    Spurs are on the lookout for Jose Mourinho's successor and even tried to bring former boss Mauricio Pochettino back at the helm.

    The north Londoners also attempted to land Conte but negotiations broke down due to a number of reasons, such as his £15million a year salary demands.

    The former Chelsea manager also wants a massive transfer budget in order to win trophies

  • Kostas Lianos


    Lille star Zeki Celik has been linked with a move to Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham after a title-winning season in France.

    Celik played quite a role in his club's shock Ligue 1 triumph as he registered 29 appearances in the league.

    The £13million-rated full-back is set to compete in Euro 2020 for Turkey.

    United seem to be on the lookout for a right-back, as they're also keeping tabs on Kieran Trippier, whereas the Gunners appear to be searching for Hector Bellerin's successor

  • Kostas Lianos


    Newcastle owner Mike Ashley believes he will be given the green light to sell the club as part of a £300million deal.

    SunSport have revealed that Ashley is so confident he has told the Saudi Arabian consortium, headed by Amanda Staveley, to be ready to go within a month.

    The Sports Direct chief, who bought the Magpies in 2007, has been involved in a legal battle with the Premier League for almost eight months.

    The controversial owner took them to the Competition Appeal Tribunal after the consortium walked away last summer, with the hearing scheduled to begin next Friday

  • Kostas Lianos


    Manchester City record goalscorer Sergio Aguero’s father revealed that his son held talks with Arsenal and Chelsea before his move to Barcelona.

    Aguero’s dad told Radio La Red: “He is happy right now after signing for Barcelona. I see him happy.

    “But he didn’t know what was going to happen with his future. There were several clubs interested in signing him.

    “Arsenal were interested in him and Chelsea to the last minute. If he didn’t stay in England, it was going to be Italy or Spain.

    “He’s been friends with Lionel Messi since they were 15 and they’ve always talked. It looks like Messi is going to stay at Barcelona so they’re going to play together”

  • Kostas Lianos


    Here's the PFA Premier League Team of the Year:

    As you can see, six Manchester City players are included after a stunning title-winning campaign.

    Two Manchester United players, Luke Shaw and Bruno Fernandes, made the cut.

    The line-up is completed with two representatives from Tottenham and one from Liverpool

  • Kostas Lianos


    Arsenal appear to be favourites to sign Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha in the summer.

    According to The Times, Zaha has informed Palace that he wishes to leave after a total of 10 years at the club, across two stints.

    The Gunners are in the mix once more for the the talented winger, who was Unai Emery's top target during his time in charge of the north Londoners.

    But Arsenal will be facing some competition from Tottenham and Borussia Dortmund

  • Kostas Lianos


    Manchester City star Ruben Dias has won the Premier League Player of the Season award.

    Dias joined City from Benfica last summer in a £65million deal and shone bright in his stunning Premier League debut campaign.

    The star defender formed a glittering partnership with John Stones at centre-back.

    Both defenders also made it to the PFA Premier League Team of the Year

  • Kostas Lianos


    Arsenal are leading the race to land Manchester City star Raheem Sterling in the summer.

    SunSport revealed that City manager Pep Guardiola is willing to sell players in order to raise funds for Tottenham talisman Harry Kane, whom he sees as Sergio Aguero’s successor in attack.

    Guardiola is also keen on swapping Sterling and Gabriel Jesus to sweeten the deal.

    However, the England international’s wage demands pose as an obstacle for Spurs' chairman Daniel Levy.

    Whereas the Gunners have proven in recent times that they can meet those demands; already paying Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang well over £300,000 per week, while previously paying Mesut Ozil £350,000 weekly

  • Kostas Lianos


    Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund and Jadon Sancho are “cautiously optimistic” a deal can be completed.

    That is according to Sky Sports, who claim that discussions over Sancho’s signing are focused around Dortmund’s asking price.

    But the Bundesliga side is expected to ask for a fee significantly lower than the England international’s previous £108million release clause.

    Dortmund’s conditions haven’t been made public but if any suitor meets them then they won’t stand in the 21-year-old’s way

  • Kostas Lianos


    Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal have been joined by Barcelona and Real Madrid in the race for highly-rated Sevilla star Jules Kounde.

    According to Mundo Deportivo, Barca have been monitoring the centre-back for two years.

    Real are also thought to be keeping a close eye on the France international as they may need to replace Raphael Varane.

    Kounde is now on international duty with France ahead of Euro 2020

  • Kostas Lianos


    Manchester United and Liverpool are prepared to go to war over Sporting Lisbon star Pedro Goncalves.

    According to Record, Goncalves is close to signing a new deal that will see his wages increasing.

    However, the playmaker's £52million release clause will stay the same.

    The Portugal international registered 23 goals and five assists in 37 appearances across all competitions this season

  • Kostas Lianos


    Manchester United are likely to face an intense bidding war for Atletico Madrid star Saul Niguez.

    United have been linked with Saul during the summer transfer window.

    However, the likes of Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are also keeping tabs on themidfielder.

    According to Marca, Atletico need to sell players if they are to make top signings this summer due to the impact of COVID-19.

    Matteo Moretto and Marca report that the Spain international has a release clause of €150million [£128m] but the LaLiga champions are willing to let him go for a lot less

  • Alex Terrell


    Mike Ashley believes he is about to be given the green light to finally complete his £300million sale of Newcastle, reports KEN LAWRENCE.

    And the controversial Toon owner is so confident he has told the Saudi Arabian consortium, headed by Amanda Staveley, to be ready to go within a month.

    Sports Direct chief Ashley — who bought the club in 2007 — has been involved in a legal battle with the Premier League for almost eight months.

    He took them to the Competition Appeal Tribunal after the consortium walked away last summer, with the hearing scheduled to begin next Friday.

    And the Honourable Mr Justice Roth also ruled a separate arbitration action is set to take place in July.

    The group, which comprises of Saudi’s sovereign wealth fund PIF, PCP Capital Partners and Reuben Brothers, became impatient that Prem rulers had dragged their feet over the purchase of Newcastle.

  • Joshua Jones


    Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can splash £140million on new players this summer – while Thomas Tuchel celebrated his new Chelsea contract by vowing to IMPROVE their Champions League-winning squad.

    United's executive co-chairman Joel Glazer said: “We will invest in our academy and the transfer market to support the manager in an effort to meet the club’s goals.”

    He made it clear Solskjaer has a big transfer kitty – with Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho still a possible target.

    And he also revealed significant plans to upgrade Old Trafford, as well as their training ground.

    Tuchel, meanwhile, is being rewarded with a two-year extension and a pay rise on his existing £7m-a-year salary.

    He said: “I cannot imagine a better occasion for a contract renewal.

    “There is far more to come and we are looking forward to our next steps with ambition and much anticipation.”

    Up to seven players could be leaving Manchester City, with midfielder Fernandinho on the list.

  • Ian Tuckey


    Maguire, 28, said: “Myself and the United team had a really bad start. We did not get a good pre-season and started the season really slowly but we soon improved.

    “At the time of the injury, I had been playing the best football of my career.

    “I had been really happy with my game for a few months. I was playing with a lot of confidence and belief.

    “My fitness levels before the injury were really good. I was playing week in, week out and that had put me in a really good place in terms of my defending and when I had possession.

    “I have to remember that feeling when I was playing well and must work hard to be fit and be ready to go again and continue where I left off.”

  • Ian Tuckey


    Harry Maguire says missing Manchester United’s run-in was even tougher to take because he was in the form of his life.

    The Old Trafford skipper is fighting to be fit for England at the Euros but is certain to miss the opener against Croatia on June 13.

    Maguire was sidelined for United’s last five games – including the Europa League final loss to Villarreal – with ankle ligament damage.

    It was a nightmare end to a campaign which started in turmoil following his arrest on the Greek island of Mykonos after a clash with police.

    He has appealed his 21-month prison sentence, which is suspended for three years, but the retrial is unlikely to happen until 2022.

    The defender suffered a difficult start to the season with United and England and was sent off in the Three Lions’ 1-0 Nations League defeat to Denmark at Wembley in October.

    But he quickly regained top form to become a key man for United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

  • Ian Tuckey


    Big names could be on their way out this summer – after Premier League clubs revealed their released list.

    Here's our FULL GUIDE.


  • Ian Tuckey


    Tottenham have released NINE players whose contracts expire at the end of the month.

    And among those leaving are club stalwart Danny Rose and goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga.

    Youngsters Keenan Ferguson, George Marsh, Rodel Richards, Jack Roles, Aaron Skinner, Kazaiah Sterling and Shilow Tracey will also exit this summer.

    Big changes are afoot at Spurs, with a new manager inbound to replace Jose Mourinho and interim Ryan Mason.

    Antonio Conte is reportedly in line to take charge in north London.

    But should he get the gig, the Premier League winner will be without left-back Rose.

  • Ian Tuckey


    Jose Mourinho has backed Harry Kane to use his Tottenham trophy drought to fire him up for the Euros.

    Despite his fine goalscoring form, England skipper Kane has endured another frustrating trophy-less season with Spurs – and is eyeing a move away this summer.

    But old boss Mourinho believes the striker’s pain will stand him in good stead to lead the Three Lions on home turf.

    Mourinho said: “Harry (Kane) is the one that has on his shoulders a lot.

    “The country expects a lot from him. He expects a lot from himself.

    “He’s the captain and he wants to win something. He’s not doing that with the club, so, of course, he’s going to try everything he can to do it with the Three Lions.”

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