Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly serious about making a fairytale return to Manchester United a reality. Juventus would reportedly accept around £21.5million to sell Ronaldo, with the Portuguese prepared to take a pay cut to return to Manchester United, According to mirror.
Chelsea’s number one priority remains a new striker, with Tuchel targeting Erling Haaland and Romelu Lukaku, as well as confirming his interest in Harry Kane. And the club are also looking at signing another central defender. (Telegraph)
Manchester United already have an agreement in place with Jadon Sancho. Salary expectations and agent fees, which were agreed on last summer, will apparently remain the same. All that needs to be negotiated is the fee with Dortmund. (Source: The Athletic)
According to Corriere fiorentino , Arsenal are amongst the clubs that tempt Fiorentina's Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic, who is in a hurry to progress his career with a move away from Serie A.
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