Madrid have already partly addressed the situation by signing David Alaba from Bayern Munich, but are keen to maximise their return for Varana as they look to offset their huge debts, which are thought to stand at around £770million. Real president Florentino
Manchester United have had an initial £50million bid for defender Raphael Varane rejected by Real Madrid, who are holding out for £80m. Varane is currently playing for France at Euro 2020, but is believed to be unsettled at his club side following
Sergio Ramos will leave Real Madrid at the end of his contract this summer, the club have announced. The news will alert the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United who have been reportedly interested in a potential free transfer in this window.
Jadon Sancho isn’t the only player being linked with a move to Manchester United with the summer transfer window now open. Talk is also rife that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to sign Kieran Trippier from Atletico Madrid, with the Red Devils already
Former Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder has urged Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana to snub a move to Arsenal this summer and wait for Real Madrid or Barcelona to come calling. The Cameroonian stopper has been heavily linked with the Gunners in recent
Pochettino will continue at PSG but he may have to do so without one of his star players. Mbappe will soon enter the final 12 months of his deal and the club may look to cash in this summer rather than letting
Manchester United have reportedly made Raphael Varane aware they would be willing to match his ‘astronomical’ wage demands. Varane is out of contract at Real Madrid at the end of next season and talks over a renewal at the Bernabeu are claimed
Arsenal are reportedly looking to replace Ceballos in the summer window, whilst former club captain Granit Xhaka is also on his way out. According to reports, Xhaka is set to link up with former Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho, a manager he
Real Madrid are desperately pursuing a Galatico signing in this summer’s transfer window, but have reportedly accepted that Kylian Mbappe is now off the table. Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has stated the club will not sell Mbappe under any circumstances and
“When Florentino buys a Norwegian footballer, you simply have to accept it,” he writes in his book Quiet Leadership, as per Sky Sports. “Furthermore, the president decided that he would play three games with the first team as a public relations exercise.