Liverpool are one of three ‘finalists’ who will battle it out to sign Monaco midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni this summer. That’s according to French outlet RMC Sport. They claim that the Liverpool target will no longer be a Monaco player next season, regardless of whether the Principality side qualify for the Champions League or not.
The Reds are reportedly one of the front-runners to finalise his departure from Monaco. Joining Liverpool in the race are Real Madrid and Chelsea. It’s also claimed that PSG ‘has not said its last word.’ However their task is made difficult by the fact that Tchouameni would reportedly prefer a challenge away from France. Continue reading ” REPORT: £50M LIVERPOOL TARGET SET TO LEAVE CLUB THIS SUMMER”
West Ham have set their sights on Sevilla’s Lucas Ocampos, according to Super Deporte. The Hammers will reportedly be up against Wolves in pursuit of the Argentina winger. However, in bad news for West Ham and their rival suitors, Ocampos won’t come cheap.
West Ham linked with Lucas Ocampos
The Spanish outlet claims Sevilla will only sell him if a club matches his release clause. This is currently €70m (£58m), but would go up to €90m (£75m) if the player accepts a one-year contract extension. West Ham have reportedly ‘asked’ about Ocampos’ situation but Sevilla have made it clear they must pay his clause if they want him. Continue reading ” REPORTS: WEST HAM SET SIGHTS ON £260,000-A-WEEK ATTACKER”
It’s shaping up to be a busy summer transfer window for Arsenal as Mikel Arteta puts the finishing touches to his first-team squad overhaul. The March international break is officially under way and for some, it will likely be their penultimate experience of one as an Arsenal player ahead of what is expected to be a busy summer in terms of incomings and outgoings.
Everton have been a fresh concern on the injury front following the hamstring tear suffered by defender Ben Godfrey during the FA Cup fourth round tie with London club Brentford at the weekend. The ex-Norwich City player was a major casualty at the end of the Brentford game at Goodison Park on Saturday evening. Everton will face non-league team Boreham Wood at home in the fifth round of the FA Cup as reward for their 4-1 home win over Brentford in their fourth round tie at the weekend.
Godfrey has been a regular in the Everton defence this season and he will miss around 4 to 5 weeks as a result of the abovementioned hamstring injury. The Englishman is not expected to return to full fitness until next month at least. Godfrey is in his second season at Everton on the back on his big transfer from Norwich City at the start of last season. The player is a central defender by trade, but he has also played as a right-back and as a left-back since moving to Everton. Continue reading “EVERTON INJURY BLOW AHEAD OF NEWCASTLE”
The Manchester United quartet of Jesse Lingard, EdinsonCavani, Paul Pogbaand Donny Van De Beek have been linked with moves away from the Premier League club ahead of the January transfer window. Out of all the four aforementioned players, only French World Cup winner Pogba has tasted regular action for the Red Devils this season.
England international Lingard was a hit when he left Manchester United to join fellow Premier League team West Ham United on loan during the second half of last season. His goals almost fired the Hammers to Champions League football and they had to settle for a place in the Europa League in the end. West Ham United wanted to sign the Englishman this summer with a year left on his contract, but he opted to stay and fight for a spot in the starting XI at Old Trafford. Apart from the Hammers, Spanish champions Atletico Madrid and Italian champions Inter Milan were also interested in him in the summer. His decision has come back to haunt him as he has failed to start a league game at Manchester United this season despite netting twice off the bench and he has been linked with a lot of big European teams. The Manchester United Academy graduate has been linked with a free transfer move to long-term admirers Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and AC Milan. Continue reading “TRANSFERS: UNITED QUARTET LINKED WITH EXITS”
Arsenal striker Pierre-EmerickAubameyang scored one of the goals as he led Gabon to their first win in Group F of the African qualifiers ahead of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament. The African qualifiers are in the second round and Gabon were drawn in Group F alongside Libya, Egypt and Angola.
Aubameyang and Gabon started the second round of the African qualifiers with a point from the two games played last month. Aubameyangdidn’t find the back of the net as Gabon were beaten 2-1 by hosts Libya in the first of the two qualifying games in September. In the second game, the Arsenal skipper didn’t score as Gabon played out a 1-1 draw at home to Egypt. Continue reading “AUBAMEYANG ON TARGET IN ANGOLA WIN”