Good News At Old Trafford As Transfer Deals Set To Be Announced, Bellerin Closer To Arsenal'S Exit
By 254Anchor | self meida writer
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Hector Bellerin ready to consider Arsenal exit this summer with PSG set to revive their interest in the fullback. (Source: James Benge)
There won't be an array of 'big deals' in terms of incomings at Manchester United in the summer. United will try to get creative with their transfers in the summer. Manchester United are focusing on a number of priorities rather than one this summer, though they won't be doing 2/3 deals that could cost around £70m-90m each. A deal for Jadon Sancho can't be ruled out completely yet. Manchester United will be looking to do a deal for the Dortmund player if they can cut down the deal to a reasonable price. [@David_Ornstein via The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast]
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has confirmed to Football Italia that the club remain in negations with prized attacker Paulo Dybala over a new contract. Man United and Chelsea have been linked with the player recently.
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