Chelsea Set To Battle Manchester United For Raphael Varane's Signature
With Raphael Varane entering the final year in his contract at Real Madrid, Madrid will be willing to listen to offers for the Frenchman in the summer. Varane, who is valued at £60 million has emerged as a transfer target for big clubs in England, including Chelsea and Manchester United. However, according to Football London, Chelsea have other plans for the summer which is to go for £100m Erling Haaland. According to the same source, Chelsea are now faced with the problem of deciding whether to battle Manchester United for Varane's signature or go all out for Erling Haaland in the summer.
I think Chelsea needs Haaland more than Varane and they should do whatever it takes to get the Norwegian to Stamford Bridge in the summer, what do you think?
David Alaba Agrees To Sign A 5-Year Contract With Real Madrid
Bayern Munich defender, David Alaba has verbally agreed to sign a 5-Year deal with Real Madrid when his contract with Bayern Munich expires in the summer according to reports. Alaba will be a free agent at the end of the season and he has reportedly chosen Real Madrid as his next destination with official confirmation expected in the next few weeks. David Alaba won 17 major trophies during his 13-year stay at Bayern Munich, including 2 Champions League, 6 DFB-Pokals, and 9 Bundesliga titles. The 28-year-old Austrian will definitely be a sensational signing for Real Madrid. (Source: Dailymail)
Bruno Fernandes Will Sign A Contract Extension With Manchester United Only If Paul Pogba Does The Same
Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United remains uncertain as the Frenchman is yet to pen down a contract extension with the Red Devils with only one year left in his contract. According to reports from The Sun, Pogba's team-mate, Bruno Fernandes who is arguably the most important player in Manchester United's squad will agree to the new £200k a week contract United offered him if and only if Pogba also commits his future with the Red Devils.
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Florentino Perez Cools Down Speculations Linking Cristiano Ronaldo Back To Real Madrid
Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez has rubbished all rumours and speculations suggesting Cristiano Ronaldo could make a move back to Real Madrid amid uncertainties surrounding his future at Juventus.
"The rumours of Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Madrid are just rumours from his entourage. There is nothing." Florentino Perez told El Larguero. (Source: SkySports)
Kylian Mbappe Reportedly Preparing a Move To Real Madrid
Kylian Mbappe has been constantly linked with a move away from Paris-Saint Germain. Well, the speculations have just intensified as there are multiple reports that the French superstar has begun the search for a house in Madrid prior to a future move to Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror)
OFFICIAL: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has extended his contract with AC Milan. The Swedish striker signed a £114k per week contract, keeping him at San Siro till the end of the 2021/2022 season. (Source: SkySports).
OFFICIAL: New York Red Bulls completes the signing of 22-year-old Celtic striker, Patryk Klimala.
Do you think Cristiano Ronaldo's best option if he eventually leaves Juventus is to go back to Real Madrid?
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