Top Confirmed Transfer Rumours For This Summer. No.4 Will Surprise You !!

Let's jump straight into the Quickfire Transfer Rumours and the paper talks.

1) Salah to Real Madrid

Liverpool have demanded at least £160 million to let Salah go this summer.  Even the Liverpool players fear him joining Real Madrid in huge deal. But Salah has reportedly told Real that he will only turn his back on Liverpool if he is guaranteeda starting role.





2) Neymar may ditch PSG for Real Madrid


His year in Paris has been a lovely, life-affirming experience but Neymar has decided that he needs a fresh challenge.. It looks like it will be a busy summer in the Spanish capital as they are looking to finance their Barça-bothering move for Neymar.

Even The Barcelona centre-back does not believe that the Brazilian's Camp Nou past will get in the way of a possible transfer to Zinedine Zidane's side.

3) Antoine Griezmann to Barcelona 



According to reports, Antoine Griezmann has turned down Manchester United and has agreed a deal with Barcelona. Griezmann is available for €100 million (£88m) due to a release clause in his contract with Atletico and United were ready to make a fresh move for the forward.

But according to The Sun, Griezmann has rejected United and has agreed to join Barcelona, who will pay his buyout clause.

4) Paul Pogba responds to his transfer speculations

Speculation over Pogba's United future emerged after reports of a feud between him and his Portuguese boss. That followed Pogba's dip in form which saw dropped to the bench for games against Sevilla in the Champions League and Brighton in the FA Cup.

But he insists there is no problem between him and his manager Jose Mourinho and he is not thinking about leaving Manchester United.

5) Arsenal make approach for Leicester star Wilfred Ndidi

According to reports, Arsenal have reportedly held talks over a move for Leicester star Wilfred Ndidi at the end of the season.

The 21 year old has made 52 appearances for the Foxes since arriving in England back in December 2016 and the midfielder's strong performances have put the Premier League's elite on red alert.


Manchester United and Liverpool have also expressed their interest in Ndidi but
Arsenal lead the race for the Nigerian International.


# BIG STORIES OF THE DAY:

Manchester City one win away from the title

Manchester City clinched a comfortable 3-1 victory over Everton on Saturday to give the leaders the tantalizing prospects of of being crowned Premier League Champions with a win over bitter rivals Manchester United.

Also, Pep Guardiola's side can become quickest Premier League Champions with a win over
Manchester United next Saturday.

Even the Manchester City Star Kevin De bruyne has given his comment that winning title against Manchester United would be "wonderful"..!!

Zlatan's wonder goal :


The fans were shouting, We want Zlatan. I gave them Zlatan- "Zlatan after the match"

The Swedish star needs no encouragement to make headlines. He came on as a substitute in the 71st minute for his LA Galaxy debut, with his team 3-1 down. He promptly scored a brilliant goal: dipping over the keeper from 40 yards out,, but still that wasn't enough for the "Hungry Lion". He went on to score the winner in the added time as LA Galaxy beat LAFC in the first ever Los Angeles Derby.



Countdown for the FIFA World Cup

Also the countdown for the FIFA World Cup begins. Just 73 days left to go. Comment below the team which you think has the strongest International Squad according to your views.



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