Man United looks to have taken the lead in the battle to sign Harry Kane in the summer transfer window. Tottenham center-forward is also the subject of interest from Chelsea and Man City. England international is out of the deal at St Mary’s in 2022 and there has been some uncertainty over the striker’s future as he enters into the final 12 months of his current contract, with Man United said to have made tentative inquiries.
Anthony Martial has endured a disappointing 2020/21 season and could well have fallen behind Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood in the pecking order for center-forwards once he returns from his knee injury. Barcelona has been cleared of fraud by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, with the court ruling the club did not violate any rules when signing Neymar from Santos.
The famous Italian source has revealed that at Napoli, no one is non-transferable and as far as Koulibaly is concerned, he will only be sold if the £42.7million asking price is met. The deal goes well.
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