>Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba's agent has not set a deadline for the player to complete a move to Manchester United, but all parties want to conclude the deal quickly for the 23-year-old France international. (Manchester Evening News)
Pogba may decide to stay with Juventus as the Serie A winners are in the Champions League, while Manchester United are in the second-tier Europa League. (Times - subscription required)
>Manchester United are considering a move for Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen, 26, but the Wales international is a top target for Francesco Guidolin's Swansea City. (South Wales Evening Post)
Meanwhile, Liverpool are chasing Newcastle's Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, 25, with the Reds looking to negotiate a £20m deal. (Telegraph)
>Everton will make former Manchester United winger Jordi Cruyff their director of football if they fail to bring in Steve Walsh, who is head of recruitment at Leicester City. (Sun)
>Leicester's Algeria midfielder Riyad Mahrez, 25, is set for a "dream" move to Spanish champions Barcelona after rejecting a new contract with the Premier League winners. (Sun)
But Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri is confident Mahrez will not be leaving the King Power Stadium. (Daily Star)
nth for JUST FUCKING HIRE BIG SAM SO WE CAN MOVE ON ALREADY
end of the season
>were gonna sign Goatse la. Klopp has him wrapped up gonna win the league la big marque signing
Gotze says hes staying at Bayern
>only agent talk la he'll be a red before the end of the winda la
Gotze signs for Dortmound
>never wanted him la at least he didnt go to spurs
Liverpool sign a player who play for relegated Newcastle last season for 10 million more than Gotze would have cost
>Whynaldum is the new pogba la
>all the players that truly want to win a CL trophy go to Bayern or some other huge club like Barça and Real
Bayern are NOT a huge club like Barça and Real though. They just hide away in their soft league so they can rest their players before every european match while the English and Spanish clubs always have a battle to win their tougher leagues.
Even despite this huge advantages, they still only have 1 Champions League win in the last 15 years. LOL.
>by that metric Sane isn't even that good.
Not even close. Sane's impressed in the Bundesliga, Roberts has impressed in the English lower leagues and the Scottish league apart from the one actual competitive match. The difference is miles.
the "difference" means nothing if Roberts never get's to play in the BuLi or Prem.
Sane is impressive for his age but he wasn't even the best players around his age in BuLi.
For 50M he's over valued.
Everton piss me off. Why didn't they bring in a manager from outside the league instead of poaching Koeman from Southampton?
And why has no club hired that mad cunt, Bielsa? Fire your manager if you have to.