- 12 Jun 2019,16:07
- Updated: 12 Jun 2019,16:08
THE Premier League transfer window is open!
It is set to be a summer of rebuilding for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United, though rivals Arsenal are on a tight budget.
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CHELSEA will definitely serve a transfer ban this summer as appeal against transfer ban will not be heard by CAS until AFTER window closes.
The 18 cases involved in the appeal will take the Court in Lausanne up to August 14, which is after the window closes on August 8.
No replacement for Eden Hazard will be found this summer, if indeed the Belgian could ever be replaced.
TOTTENHAM launch club-record £60m transfer bid to beat Man Utd and City to France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele.
While a whole range of top European clubs are interested in signing the Lyon star, Spurs are the first club to make a bid.
The midfielder has a similar style of play to Paul Pogba, being quick on the half-turn and easily able to dribble his way out of tight situations on the pitch.
He is supposedly the North London side’s top transfer target this summer, ahead of Giovani Lo Celso of Real Betis, who Tottenham have been heavily linked with.
ROMELU LUKAKU hails Antonio Conte as ‘best boss in the world’ as Man Utd striker pushes for £75m Inter transfer.
The Belgian star toldMediasetafter beating Scotland on Tuesday that Conte is the ‘best coach in the world’.
He even went on to say that he’s only not communicating publicly about his future “out of respect for Manchester United”.
But it looks like he wants to move to Inter, as he admitted “I have already made my decision”.
EX-WEST HAM boss Slaven Bilic on brink of taking over at West Brom after telling them he can take club back to Premier League.
SunSportcan reveal that the Croatian and the Midlands club have agreed personal terms after a successful second interview.
Bilic is excited to take the Baggies back to the top tier of English football, and hasn’t worked in the division since being sacked by West Ham in November 2017.
BARCELONA will make sensational swoop for West Brom kid Louie Barry when he turns 16 this month.
The 15-year-old has already featured prominently for the Baggies’ under-18s side which reached the FA Youth Cup semi-finals last season.
He scored four goals and registered three assists for the side that ranks three age groups above his own.
On international duty he has been especially prolific, having scored ten goals in five games for the England under-15s.
The Catalans have monitored his progress over the past season, and will offer him a contract once he turns sixteen later in June.
It will be difficult for the youngster to turn down the Spanish giants, who have such a well-renowned academy, the La Masia.
It has brought the likes of Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta right through to the first team.