Top Gist

Top Gist

Senegal striker Sadio Mane, has dropped a huge hint that he intends to stay at Liverpool – even if Jurgen Klopp’s side fail to make next season’s Champions League. (Sun)

Jurgen Klopp has made a final plea to Liverpool’s owners to re-sign Georginio Wijnaldum, reports 90min.

Liga MX president Mikel Arriola has stated his desire to lure Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo to his league or to Major League Soccer.

Newcastle are ready to make an £8 million ($11m) bid for Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer, according to the Daily Mail.

Chelsea are considering a bid to re-sign Romelu Lukaku from Inter should they fail in a move for Erling Haaland, reports the Telegraph.

Leicester and Aston Villa are interested in Rangers defender Filip Helander, reports Aftonbladet.

Valencia will attempt to re-sign defender Jeison Murillo this summer, reports Todofichajes.

Barcelona are ready to make a move for Valencia winger Fabio Blanco, reports Sport.

Manchester United have tabled an €80 million (£68m/ $94m) bid for Atletico Madrid midfielder Marcos Llorente, according to AS .

Leeds club record signing Rodrigo is unhappy living in England and wants to leave Elland Road this summer, according to Fichajes .

Juventus want to sell midfielders Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot to fund the return of Paul Pogba, claim Calciomercato.

The Mirror reports that Manchester United have put contract talks with Eric Bailly on hold during the international break.

Real Betis star Guido Rodriguez says he is “very happy” with the Liga club amid reports in Spain linking him with Arsenal.

Liverpool are leading AC Milan and Juventus in the race to sign PSV’s Dutch striker Donyell Malen, this summer. (Gazetta dello Sport, via Mail)

Ryan Gravenberch is a “better version of Paul Pogba” and will soon sign for one of Europe’s elite clubs,according to his former coach at Ajax.

Tottenham have, according to Football Insider , slashed their asking price for Dele Alli.

Manchester City and Barcelona are among those monitoring Adrien Rabiot’s situation at Juventus.

Manchester United are hoping the presence of Bruno Fernandes at Old Trafford will help them to lure Pedro Neto away from Wolves, reports Football Insider.

There has not been any contact between Liverpool and Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey, writes Fabrizio Romano.

Erling Haaland’s transfer fee this summer has been set by Borussia Dortmund, with interested clubs needing to pay €180 million (£154m) to sign him. – ESPN

Sergio Agüero and Moise Kean are at the top of Juventus’ transfer list this summer as the look to reinforce the striker position. [La Gazzetta]

Xabi Alonso has signed a renewed his contract with Real Sociedad, extending his time as manager of the B team until 2022, despite reports he was taking over at Borussia Monchengladbach next seaso

Ansu Fati has been given a free car from his sponsors but can’t drive it yet as he doesn’t have a license .[via ESPN FC]

Bayern Münich has considered buying Zlatan Ibrahimovic years ago. Uli Hoeneß, Bayern honorary president, confirmed it: “His salary expectations were also divine.” [cf bayern].

Newcastle are preparing to launch an £8m bid to sign Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer.

Manchester United officials have been left stunned after their plans to broadcast Saturday’s first Women’s Super League match at Old Trafford to the biggest audience possible hit a bureaucratic brick wall.

Manager Graham Potter faces an inquest from Brighton at the end of the season, even if he succeeds in keeping the club in the Premier League for a fourth season.

Wayne Rooney’s relationship with Derby owner Mel Morris has become strained following the collapse of the proposed takeover by Sheik Khaled earlier this month.

Tottenham have launched a mole hunt, with officials seeking to identify players who may have been behind negative stories that have appeared in the media over the last few weeks.

A number of the candidates for the PFA chief executive job have privately expressed surprise their interviews did not feature questions about the racist abuse directed at players on social media, particularly as it has been such a big issue over the past 12 months.

The Aviva Stadium in Dublin is the venue most likely to be stripped of hosting rights for the European Championship when UEFA confirm its plans on April 7.

UEFA are planning for fans of both clubs to attend the Champions League final in Istanbul by selling smart tickets to supporters on their mobile phones.

The man chosen as the next PFA chief executive has been involved in an investment product aimed at players which offers no legal protection if those paying into it lose their money.

Everton FC’s £500m stadium plan approved by government

Henry quits social media in racism protest

Lampard ‘more direct’ than Tuchel – Caballero

Willian says Arsenal struggles were ‘worst time of my career’

Foden: I feel sorry for Southgate over selection headaches

Ndidi: Nigeria will redeem their image vs Benin

Speedboat sideshow aside, Nigeria must convince vs Benin

Rohr: How Nigeria trained in the dark

Mourinho: I am one of the most important managers

Iheanacho battles Kane, Christensen, Mahrez for PL award

Ibrahimovic still has ‘ninja’ skills at 39

‘Benzema was close to joining Juventus’ – Marchisio

AC Milan ready to ‘do everything’ to keep Tomori

Icardi states future intentions at PSG amid exit talk

Gomaa: Egypt were shapeless vs Kenya

Bamford: Barca star Dembele is a massive Leeds fan

‘Messi goes out to assassinate the goalkeepers!’ – Caballero

Kante to miss France’s next two World Cup qualifiers

Tau: It is difficult to break into Brighton team

Ronaldo’s one in 72 free-kick record put down to ‘bad luck’

Swedish second-tier club reject offer to sign Bony

Aubameyang & Lemina celebrate Gabon’s qualification feat


For your Sponsored post, Adverts, event coverage, campaign, promotions and many others are all available at a friendly rate.
WhatsApp: 📲09090063746, 08107096936

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :