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TOP STORY: Pogba in the money where he stays
Paul Pogba One could offer up to £ 500,000 a week to Old Trafford, while Manchester United fears losing its midfield talisman, reports the Daily Mail.
Pogba, who is still two years old on his current contract, has announced his intention to leave the club after saying this weekend that he needed a new challenge. United seems desperate to keep it, however, and is willing to offer him a sharp raise in order to prevent him from leaving elsewhere. If they want to lose it, it will not be without a fight, and they wish to at least recover the £ 89 million that they paid to Juventus in 2016.
To that end, they have already refused an initial offer of French to Real Madrid, which would be around £ 90 million, but they hope that a substantial salary increase could help Pogba's spirit.
United regards Pogba as a key business asset off the field, as well as a significant part of the team.
09:50 BST: Safer NeymarPotential return of Paris Saint-Germain to Barcelona – Luis Suarez hinted at the possibility of a return of the Brazilian to Camp Nou.
"I had the privilege of spending one of the best years of my life as a Barcelona player alongside the best in the world, [Lionel] Messi and the second best, Neymar, "said Suarez to RAC 1.
"It was one of the best moments of my life for us, we won the hat-trick, who would not want to play with players like Ney, but it's up to PSG and these are topics we always talk about transfer." the window."
A high-ranking source in Barcelona told ESPN FC that they were seriously considering getting Neymar back, adding that one of the main reasons for Neymar's move was the fact that the club's key players wanted the return Brazilian.
Barca midfielder Arturo Vidal said "that it would be really nice to see the return of the Brazilian because he is still" very much loved in the locker room ".
It is unclear whether players want to see Antoine Griezmann join the group in July, when his exit clause drops to 120 million euros.
"I said what I had to say last year, [about] The quality he has as a player, but he is a player of Atletico Madrid and I prefer not to comment, "said Suarez.
9:05: Former Barcelona winger Ibrahim Afellay is back at PSV Eindhoven after signing a one – year contract with his childhood club.
Afellay was one of the most promising young players in Europe when he arrived at PSV a decade ago, but his career was marked by injuries.
The 33-year contract in Stoke City was terminated in January after another extended stay, but the PSV says it has proved that he was fit to sign a contract with them.
"Ibi has had a tough time, but he's in good shape now," said PSV football director John de Jong. "He has been working hard for a few months to find a perfect shape … He is now ready to take another step with the senior team." Ibi is one of us and he owns always essential qualities and football.We are confident that he will succeed and that's why we offered him a contract. "
– PSV International (@psveindhoven) June 18, 2019
08:35: Marcus Rashford will soon sign a new contract to hire him to Manchester United, according to the Times.
Sources told ESPN FC that Barcelona was monitoring the Rashford situation, while Juventus had also sparked interest for the English striker.
However, the Times reports that the 21-year-old and United have almost completed their talks about a new deal.
Rashford has only one year to sign his contract with Old Trafford, although United has the option of extending it for another year.
08:00 BST: Barcelona is seriously looking to bring Neymar Back at Camp Nou next season, a top Catalan club source told ESPN FC that a transfer "could be feasible, but it will not be easy."
Barca, however, is aware that negotiating with Paris Saint-Germain is not like negotiating with other clubs, given the huge economic support enjoyed by Ligue 1 champions of their Qatari owners.
"Otherwise, signing Neymar would be even simpler," the source said.
The source of the champions of Spain also stated that "there was no direct contact with the people of Neymar", adding that "as soon as Neymar makes it known that he wants to return to Barca, everything is possible ".
On Monday, PSG President and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi warned Neymar that he only wanted players "ready to give everything for the jersey".
Al-Khelaifi told France Football. "Those who do not want or understand, we will see and speak."
PAPER TALK: Woodward to Offer Pereira Sweetener to Maguire
Staying in the red half of Manchester, it seems like Ed Woodward is being creative in his quest to bring Harry Maguire at Old Trafford.
Leicester City told the Manchester United management that he should spend about £ 90 million to host the central defender, a sum too high for the Red Devils.
That's why United could offer a Brazilian star Andreas Pereira as bait to help soften the case. The Sun suggests that Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers is a big fan of Pereira, 23, after trying to lure him to Celtic. Maguire agreement easier to do.
Otherwise, United could turn to the West Ham defender Issa Diop.
Manchester City is also keen to sign Maguire but has also hesitated at the asking price.
– Real Madrid and Benfica have reached an agreement on the transfer of Raul de Tomas, reports Marca. The club based in Lisbon should spend about 20 million euros to land the scorer, which is well below the initial valuation of Madrid 35 million euros. The move is supposed to be imminent, with just the player to accept the personal terms. De Tomas scored 14 goals for Rayo Vallecano last season on loan.
– Barcelona and Valencia could exchange their goalkeepers this summer, reports the Daily Mail. Both clubs are in talks about a switch that would see Neto head to Nou camp and Jasper Cillessen in the other direction to Mestalla. The agreement would allow Barcelona to offer cash as part of the agreement to ease Valencia's cash flow.
– Manchester United has been asked to increase its bid for Aaron Wan-Bissaka at £ 45m by Crystal Palace, according to the Daily Mail. It is thought that United has already offered 50 million pounds, but only 35 million up front and the remaining 15 million added. Palace would be digging up the ladder after already rejecting United's opening offer, while they were looking to take advantage of one of their valuable assets.
– Midtown Leicester James Maddison added to the fervor surrounding his future by stating that he wanted to win trophies, reports the Mirror. Maddison was talking to the press while he was serving under 21 in England, where he is surrounded by players who have won the Premier League and FA Cup. Manchester United would be the favorite for his signature.