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Manchester City Agree terms with Valencia for Leroy Sane's replacement
Manchester City are set to make their first big move of the summer Transfer window, as they have agreed a deal with Spanish club Valencia to sign winger Ferran Torres according to ESPN Sports.
The 20 year old Spaniard is seen as an ideal replacement for Leroy Sane who recently completed his move to German Champions Bayern Munich, with the Citizens ready to be active in the transfer window following their UEFA Champion league Ban which was lifted off by UEFA on Monday, after a successful appeal.
Torres who has been inform so far this season, scoring six goals already and have been seriously monitored by Top European clubs including Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona but Pep Guardiola have made a quick move to make the young Spaniard his first signing of the summer.
Reports claim that representatives of the player met with City on Wednesday and reached and agreement on all the personal terms of the transfer, and are close to agreeing a fee with the Spanish club, who recently missed out in European football next season, with Torres Contract set to expire next year.
Barcelona to Postpone all Transfer Activities Until August
Barcelona are set to Postpone all Transfer activities till after the Champions league in August, following the fraction caused by Arthur Melo's move to Juventus according to reports in Spain.
Sources explain the Brazilian midfielder's move to Turin caused a major distraction within the squad in a point when Barca were still involved in the LA Liga title race with leaders Real Madrid.
However the clubs Hierarchy don't want to risk further damaging the harmony of an already small squad or isolating any more player, but they will remain opened to offers for a large chunk of their squad this summer including Nelson Semedo, Ivan Rakitic and Vidal but will park any negotiations Until their champions league campaign comes to an end.
They are also keen to offload Brazilian midfielder Coutinho and French winger Dembele as the look to balance the books and creating space in the squad to accommodate new signings.
Pogba set to Agree new five year deal with Manchester United
Manchester United are reportedly reportedly close to agreeing a five year deal with World cup winner Paul Pogba according to BBC sports.
It is understood that the Reds are confident the deal would be announced at the end of the season, following the French midfielder's recent performance and perfect paring with January signing Bruno fenandes, which has delighted United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjear and is keen to keep Pogba at the club for a longer period.
The Norwegian had started plans for the future without him but noticed a real change in attitude and form, with Juventus and PSG very keen to sign him this summer,but there is now a belief on both sides that a new deal would finally put end on any doubts about his future at the Theatre of Dreams.
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