•Gareth Southgate confirms Bukayo Saka is fit for the semis.
•Real Madrid want Donny Van de Beek on loan as part of the deal involving Raphael Varane.
•The Azzuris believe that Jorginho will be awarded the Ballon d'Or should they clinch the Euros.
England manager Gareth Southgate has confirmed that Bukayo Saka will be fit for Wednesday's Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark. The Arsenal wonderkid had his quarterfinal place taken by Man United new signing Jadon Sancho. [Daily Mail]
Real Madrid want midfielder Donny Van de Beek on loan as part of any deal involving Manchester United and defender Raphael Varane. Additionally, there are are speculations that they rejected the Red Devils opening bid, claims Daily Mirror.
Tottenham are chasing a move for Barcelona star Miralem Pjanic. Pjanic and Umtiti have been told they be sold this summer in a bid to free up funds by cash strapped Barcelona. Pjanic is also a target for Thomas Tuchel's side, according to The Sun.
Barcelona will now accept less for Phiippe Coutinho than they paid Liverpool in add-ons when he joined the Catalans as his value continues to plummet, claims Daily Mirror.
Real Madrid‘s Isco has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for AC Milan, who are looking for a replacement for Hakan Calhanoglu who crossed to rivals Inter Milan, claims Football Italia.
Italy players believe Jorginho could be awarded the Ballon d’Or if he wins the Euros. However, the player confirmed he's fully focused on team success rather than individual accolades, according to Football Italia.
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