Liverpool eye up €15m Cheryshev, Arsenal make Benzema offer and land Cech, United make Bale & Varane offer….
UNITED WANT BENZEMA AND BALE: THE TALE’ Manchester United are reportedly set to have talks with Real Madrid where they will discuss the possible transfers of Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema,’ reads the headline in the Metro.
‘The two clubs will hold negotiations over David de Gea’s
move to Madrid once Rafael Benitez is name boss of the Spanish giants –
and this is where United chief Ed Woodward will raise Bale and Benzema,
according to reports,’ the piece begins.
‘United chief executive Ed Woodward is planning on sitting down to
meet with Florentino Perez to negotiate a deal for the Spaniard.
United will then ramp up their interest in both Bale and Benzema.
Pep Guardiola, with Manchester United among the rumoured interested
parties, has reportedly made the Bayern Munich defender available for
As the Express says, Dante is effectively United’s back-up plan should moves for Mats Hummels and Nicolas Otamendi not come off.
The Express also report that United would only have to offer £5m to land Dante.
NANI NOT WANTED AT UNITED The Daily Express continue
their continental assault by using a line from Tuttomercatoweb claiming
that Manchester United no longer wants Nani.
It’s a move that looks more than likely to materialise for the
24-year-old who has failed to settle at White Hart Lane after his move
from Montpellier last summer.
Stambouli is believed to be keen on a return to France and a move to
Marseille – his hometown club – may well fit the bill with Tottenham
looking to recoup the £5m they paid for the player.
CHELSEA TO MOVE FOR VALENCIA? Chelsea could make a move for West Ham United’s Ecuadorian striker Enner Valencia, according to the Brentwood Gazette.
ALVES TO UNITED… AGAIN? Straight to the Guardian, who claim that Manchester United again head the queue to sign Dani Alves from Barcelona.
The Guardian say that Laurence White is
just bitter because Alves prefers United to PSG. There is no doubt that
United need a right-back, particularly with Nathaniel Clyne going a
little quiet over his desire to join.
If Alves was available United would be mad not to try, even if paying
£120,000 a week to a 32-year-old seems a bit short-termist.