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Sunday Evening Transfer news: Sancho to Man United, Done Deal, Danny Simpson to Huddersfield and more

According to Sunday mirror, Gareth Bale could have the chance to be among one of the Six players Real Madrid are granting to leave to help fund moves for PSG 22-year-old France striker Kylian Mbappe and 20-year-old Borussia Dortmund and Norway forward Erling Braut Haalland.

Timo Werner to be swap for Haalland:

The manager of Chelsea FC Thomas Tuchel has asked the owner of the Blues Roman Abramovich to go on a move of Germany forward Timo Werner who is 25-year-old as part of swap deal to go on a try of signing Haalland from Borussia Dortmund.

Comment Harry Kane made:

According to sky sport, The England Captain Harry Kane made a comment that he will not make any further decision on his Tottenham future untill Euros ends this summer.

Talks on Man City and Sterling:

According to sky Sunday, the talks over the new contract between Manchester City and England winger Raheem Sterling have been placed on hold till during the summer, along side the 26-year-old change in agent is set to be part of the reason.

Man City signing Plans:

Manchester City had started a deep talks with Sterling over the £320,00 week contract and they are also talking to Belgian midfielder Kelvin de Bruyne, a 29-year-old player and also Brazilian forward Fernandinho who is a 35-year-old player about a new deals.

Man United keen to Ismaila:

Manchester United are thinking of making a move on a 23-year-old Watford and Senegal winger Ismaila Sarr instead of Borussia Dortmund's forward who is a 21-year-old England player Jadon Sancho if they could succeed in signing Erling Braut Haalland from German side.

Done Deal: OFFICIAL: Bristol City have officially signed former Leicester City and Huddersfield Town full-back Danny Simpson on a free transfer.

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