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Transfer News: Madrid eye potential move for Porro, Man Utd weigh up record bid to sign Ramos

Madrid eye potential move for Porro

Pedro Porro has had a difficult start to life at Spurs since joining in January, with the manager and the sporting director both shown the exit door, while the wing-back has also attracted criticism for his performances.

However, according to MundoDeportivo, Porro is on Real Madrid’s radar, just months after his switch to Tottenham. The report adds that Real Madrid are on the lookout for Dani Carvajal’s successor ahead of the summer transfer window, with the Spurs wing-back said to be one of the names on their shortlist.

Along with Porro, former Spurs defender Juan Foyth, Bayer Leverkusen’s Frimpong and Chelsea’s Reece James are the three other names on the Los Blancos’ wishlist.

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Man Utd weigh up record bid to sign Ramos

Manchester United are prioritising the signing of a world-class striker in the summer transfer window. Harry Kane, Victor Osimhen and Randal Kolo Muani have been sounded out as the top targets in the rumour mill as of yet.

However, according to The Mirror, the Red Devils are ready to ramp up their pursuit of Benfica and Portugal star Goncalo Ramos with a potential record bid in the pipeline, as they plan a major summer rebuild.

The report adds United are set to make contact with Benfica for the services of the 21-year-old striker, who could cost them between £70-100m, including add-ons, potentially smashing United’s previous transfer record which stands at £89.3m paid to prise away Paul Pogba from Juventus in August 2016.

Thương vụ Goncalo Ramos tới Man Utd đã có câu trả lời

Wrexham urge Bale to reconsider retirement again

Gareth Bale has turned down the chance to come out of retirement and play for Hollywood-owned Wrexham. Wrexham secured promotion to League Two last month after 15 years outside of the top four tiers.

Speaking on The Aarthi & Sriram Show, Wrexham co-owner Rob McElheney said : "Gareth, okay – just you and me talking here for a second. I know Southern California is beautiful and I know, because I'm from Philadelphia and I've lived here for many many years. But you're a young man, and you have the rest of your life to live wherever you want.

“But, if you could just come back for one last year of glory – one last year – I believe your nation, the nation of Wales, is counting on you to do the right thing. Call me.”

McElhenney had previously written on Twitter: "Hey @GarethBale11 let's play golf, where I totally won't spend 4 hours trying to convince you to un-retire for one last magical season."

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