Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is at the center of a tug of war between Liverpool and Chelsea,” according to the Sun, even if after the exciting introduction go on to suggest, neither of the English clubs actually complete the “proposal for a £65 million move”. Liverpool, it seems, “are reluctant to meet Borussia Dortmund’s valuation or the player’s £180,000-a-week wage demand”, that seems to be the rule. Chelsea, meanwhile, wants to get rid of Diego Costa before committing to anything and the “risk of losing the Gabon star”. Anyway, beautiful story. The Evening Standard reports that “Dortmund have said Aubameyang that his future must be decided in one way or another, with the time to go to Switzerland for a training camp, on the 24th of July”, so the time is ticking on this.
In the meantime, the hunt for Nemanja Matic is very. Arsenal wants it so bad that you will not offer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, in exchange, writes the Express, and even if Manchester United are still interested in the Mail to announce that Chelsea would ideally like to see him leave the Premier League” and that the club is willing to make my dream come true – an offer of £40m should make it happen. “International have also shown an interest, but that struggle to match his salary and the contract of desire”, they add.
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There are several new juicy transfer of worms for today’s purchase card early bird: Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be about to join the los angeles Galaxy, who nimbly avoided questions about the possible deal on Thursday to be demurely telling the Los Angeles Times that “are always looking for players who can improve the team”, Arsenal is willing to sell Jack Wilshere for just 9 million pounds and Arsenal are the most likely buyers; Roma have made a £29m offer for Riyad Mahrez”, according to the Mail, having identified him as the ideal replacement for Mohamed Salah – if you try to buy the significantly less whippet heel to Samir Nasri on the other hand – while Stoke are “very confident” that speaks of a season-long loan for Chelsea’s Kurt Zouma, and “I want you close to £30m” from West Ham for the transfer of the request to issue forward Marko Arnautovic.
So yes, there are new entries. It’s just that today most of the newspapers concentrate on important updates of the old ones. And updates on a long running rumor that most of all.
The Mill comes with a particular, even if a little mean-spirited pleasure in the hours before an important transfer is completed, newspapers are becoming very specific about the details – and yet in some way reporting very different specificities. Kyle Walker’s imminent move to Manchester City is a case in point. “A base of £45 metres, with a further 5 million pounds due to incentive ” add-ons”, writes the Express and Star agree. “Reports last night also suggested additional clauses may bring a charge of £53m,” continues the Express, which seems to be the precise figure is specified in this morning’s Telegraph and the Guardian. However, the Mail says the fee could rise to £54m”, and the Times he is with them. What, however, is not in doubt is that he is his way to Manchester, and that he is costing a lot of money. “The right-back is set for a five-year deal worth around £ 150,000 a week”, writes the Mirror. “The Bonus will be that figure close to £200,000 – the City and the total of the investment [in transfer fees and wages in the course of his contract] to £100m.”
One hundred million pounds. For Kyle Walker.
The city will not stop spending, we are also ready to complete a deal for Monaco left-back Benjamin Mendy, the value of which is estimated in this morning’s newspapers between £40m and another 50 pounds. Mendy was left at home his Monaco team-mates departed on their pre-season tour, that is precisely what happened to Gylfi Sigurdsson, another player for whom £ 50 is required. He has refused to join Swansea, in the course of their journey in America, why is club statement has revealed – “not feeling in the right mood for the journey”, or in other words, because he is busy packing for a more permanent departure.
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Leicester and Tottenham are both interested in, and the Mirror reports that Swansea are “the attempt to increase the fee, triggering an auction between the three clubs”, the most serious bidders to be Everton. Ronald Koeman’s side find themselves in a unique way, and the cruel, location: Swansea have used Everton’s £ 50m valuation for Ross Barkley as their measure of” own asking price for the Icelandic goal machine, says the Express, while they themselves are “likely to drop their £ 50m asking price for Barkley,” says the Telegraph, because all of them – and, more specifically, the Spurs have refused to pay. If only they had valued Barkley at £40m, they would have already signed Sigurdsson, having had an offer for the quantity rejected, and not be forced to consider a humiliating price cut for the young English. Currently the hope that the sign Sigurdsson for £42m, and also like the look of Bournemouth, Josh King, with Tottenham again likely opponents. Spurs have identified the Port, Ricardo Pereira and Bayer Leverkusen Benjamin Henrichs as their favourite potential replacement right-backs.
In the next few days is an event we all waiting for months and months to finally take place. That is right, is the new season of Game of Thr … oh … it’s Real Madrid’s current all-cash offer for David de Gea. They are ready to spend 50 pounds, you may be willing to stretch to £60 after a bit of negotiation, but that the Manchester United rejects both offers. Bah.