One positive coronavirus test have come from the latest round of Premier League testing (2,071 tested) [sky]
Jadon Sancho is set to return to the red half of Manchester for £110m this summer, or for a little less next year. [cfbayern, honigstein]
Official: The Premier League summer transfer window will be open for 10 weeks, starting on July 27 and ending on October 5.
Removing Alexis Sánchez from the club's wage bill is a priority for Manchester United. He earns £400,000 per week excluding bonuses. United are paying £175,000 of that whilst he's on loan at Inter Milan. [telegraph]
Alexis Sánchez has the most key passes (24) and second-most assists (5) in Serie A since the restart. He has a 7.79 total rating — only Cristiano Ronaldo has better. [sofascore]
Harry Maguire played on for two months with a hip injury sustained in January. He took pain-killing injections to cope. [the athletic]
Official: IFAB announces five substitutions will be allowed in games next season, but each league can choose to keep rule in place for the 2020/21 season.
Borussia Dortmund are understood to have agreed wages of around €3m per year with Jude Bellingham, more than Manchester United were prepared to pay. United saw Bellingham as a player for the next 10 years and had to factor in the financials at this stage of his career. [honigstein]
Dalot is fit and ready to play against Crystal Palace if Shaw and Williams are unavailable. Sources close to the player say he is training hard. [men]
Leicester City's Çağlar Söyüncü will miss the match against Manchester United on July 26 after receiving a red card against Bournemouth.
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