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REAL MADRID are already plotting a future swoop for Erling Haaland – just days after his arrival at Manchester City, according to reports.

Haaland, 21, was officially unveiled as a Man City player earlier this week.

But according to Spanish outlet AS, Los Blancos are prepared to trigger an alleged £130m release clause in 2024.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have confirmed the signing of Scottish wonderkid Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen for a fee of just over £6.5 million.

And West Ham's transfer business has officially got underway as the Rennes star Nayef Aguerd joins the Hammers for a reported fee of £30m

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  • Kiro Evans

    "Had his head turned"

    Youri Tielemans won't be at Leicester next season after having his head turned by Arsenal, according to pundit Chris Sutton.

    The former Norwich and Blackburn striker believes the long-running saga linking the Belgian midfielder to the Emirates has put Leicester in an awkward position.

    Tielemans has one year left on his deal and Sutton does not see him signing an extension.

    He told BBC Radio 5Live: "He has had his head turned. He won't be at Leicester [next season]. That's the big rumour, isn't it? [Tielemans to Arsenal].

    "The fact of the matter is that if he wanted to stay at Leicester [then he would have signed a new contract]."

  • Kiro Evans

    £60 Million Pounds Sterling

    It will take £60m for Chelsea to prize Raheem Sterling away from Manchester City, according to reports.

    Rumours of a Chelsea move for the England international are gathering pace and Sky Sports News now report it will cost £60m for the deal to take place.

    The 27-year-old would add a pace and dynamism to a Chelsea attack that was criticized last season for not producing enough goals.

    Where he would fit into the team remains to be seen, with several Chelsea attackers already vying for a spot in the first eleven.

  • Kiro Evans

    Done and dusted

    Former Manchester City defender Aleksander Kolarov is retiring from football, according to reports.

    Now 36, the former left-back spent seven years at the Etihad between 2010 and 2017. In that time, he won the Premier League twice along with a number of other domestic cups.

    He made 165 appearances in his time in Manchester.

    Football journalist Fabrizio Romano reports the defender has called it a day on his career, with the full-back also spending time at Roma, Lazio and Inter during his long career.

  • Kiro Evans

    Swap deal on the cards

    Steven Bergwijn could be at the centre of a swap deal as Tottenham look to land Ajax's Antony.

    The Spurs winger has made clear his unhappiness at the club as he looks to get regular football ahead of the World Cup.

    Antony has impressed the London club, with the Brazilian recording eight goals and four assists in Ajax's title-winning campaign.

    Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano says the deal that will see Ajax take Bergwijn is on, with other reports suggesting Spurs could try and convert it into a swap deal to secure Antony.

  • Kiro Evans

    Parrot going back to Spurs

    Troy Parrot is heading back to Tottenham in a bid to impress Antonio Conte after his strong showing on international duty.

    The 20-year-old impressed for the Republic of Ireland during their Nations League games and scored in the 3-0 win over Scotland.

    This follows on from his 10 goals on loan at MK Dons last season.

    Asked about his future and the changes of manager he's seen while at Spurs, Sky Sports report he said: "I can’t control what goes on there. That’s out of my hands.

    “All I can do is try to impress whoever is there, and that’s what I fully intend doing when I go back there for pre-season.”

  • Kiro Evans

    Ramsey speaks

    Liverpool have released a video of Calvin Ramsey after his move to Merseyside from Aberdeen was confirmed.

    He said: "It's a dream come true to be here. It was a dream come true to play for Aberdeen, now to be at one of the biggest – if not the biggest – club in the world, it's a massive achievement and I'm looking forward to showing the fans what I've got.

    "I think making my debut would be special but obviously the more appearances the better. The main thing is just to get on that pitch at Anfield. It's just going to be special.

    "It's a massive club and it's an unbelievable feeling to be here and I'm ready to get started."

  • Kiro Evans

    Ramsey is a Red

    Liverpool have confirmed that 18-year-old Calvin Ramsey has officially moved to Anfield.

    The talented full-back is seen as a future competitor to Trent Alexander-Arnold but it is also believed he could make an impact on the first team immediately.

    He has cost up to £6.5 million and will wear the number 22 shirt.

    Ramsey is Jurgen Klopp's third new signing this summer, following the moves of Fabio Carvalho from Fulham and Darwin Nunes from Benfica.

  • Kiro Evans

    No Nu News

    Wolves have still had no breakthrough in their pursuit of Sporting midfielder Matheus Nunes, according to reports.

    Transfer specialist reporter Fabrizio Romano says the two clubs are still trying to thrash out a fee, but "the real issue is on the player side".

    Wolves have been linked to Nunes for weeks but could face competition from Everton who are also reportedly interested.

  • Kiro Evans

    Done deal

    Calvin Ramsey to Liverpool is done, according to transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano.

    The Aberdeen full-back is set to make the switch to Anfield with the Merseyside club identifying him as a long-term rival to Trent Alexander-Arnold.

    Romano said that the final paperwork and official signature is that is needed before the signing is officially confirmed.

    He also reports that Klopp has already spoken to the 18-year-old.

  • Kiro Evans

    Two main men

    Erik ten Hag has his eyes on two players above else, according to one Dutch journalist.

    Frenkie de Jong and Christian Eriksen are the two main targets for the new United boss, so says reporter Marcel van der Kraan.

    The Red Devils have been linked to both midfielders throughout the window and both are seen as perfect for ten Hag's style of football.

    Eriksen arrived at Brentford in January and made an instant impact for the London club. He got one goal and four assists in his 11 games, and was widely praised for his contribution to Thomas Frank's side.

    He is available for a free after his short-term contract expired but new reports have suggested the Dane wants to stay in London, and could possibly even return to Tottenham.

  • Kiro Evans

    Jed Wallace latest

    Several clubs are continuing to scrap over Millwall's Jed Wallace, who is out of contract at the end of this month.

    The 28-year-old has been the jewel in the Millwall crown since moving to the Den in 2017, but now faces a future away from the club.

    The Sun revealed yesterday that new Burnley boss Vincent Kompany is keen on his signature, but he will face competition from a number of other teams.

    Steve Bruce's West Brom are also believed to be fans of Wallace.

    Wallace netted six goals and got 12 assists in the Championship last season as Millwall strung together an unlikely run at the play-offs before falling short on the final day.

  • Kiro Evans

    Van Gaal's intervention

    Any potential move for Jurrien Timber by Manchester United is off – thanks to former Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal.

    The Netherlands boss talked the defender out of the move according to one Dutch journalist, as he feared he would not get enough game time.

    Reporter Marcel van der Kraan told Sky Sports News this morning:

    "Jurrien Timber is absolutely dead in the water. The player was ready to come. His agent went to Man United's offices in London two weeks ago for very good talks, and money was never a problem. 

    "But one man turned up – Louis van Gaal. He told the player in the Dutch camp: 'look if you go there, you game time could be limited for the World Cup in three months time'.

    "For Timber, an Ajax style, Ten Hag player, he was told he wouldn't be playing in Van Gaal's Dutch team if he wasn't playing every week for United, who have Maguire and Varane. Ten Hag would want to slowly draft him into his team, but Timber believes his game time for Holland would be limited.

    "Ajax have taken advantage of that, they've said if you don't go to United we'll open talks for a new contract. Since last night, his agents are in talks with Ajax."

  • Kiro Evans

    Fight over Phil

    Phil Jones is catching the interest from a number of English clubs and Man United could have options if they wish to sell, according to reports.

    The 30-year-old centre-back has only made six Premier League apperances over the last couple of seasons and only has one year left on his contract.

    According to Marca, the Prem trio of Fulham, Southampton and Leeds could all be in for him this summer if new boss Erik ten Hag deems him excess to requirements.

  • Nyle Smith

    Time for some sus-Spence

    Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Tottenham's priority signings this summer is a right-back and a centre-back.

    And a player that Spurs are heavily focused on luring to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is Nottingham Forest ace Djed Spence.

    However, the transfer guru revealed that there has been no negotiations this weekend despite interest since March.

    But the North London club are expected to make direct contacts with Forest next week.

  • Dylan Terry

    Overnight transfer talk

    Ousmane Dembele and Kalidou Koulibaly share the transfer spotlight with Kalvin Phillips.

    Barcelona winger Dembele is reportedly willing to join Chelsea, having also been linked with Manchester United and Arsenal over the past 12 months.

    But the France star will demand more regular starts at Stamford Bridge.

    He played the full 90 minutes just nine times for Barca last season.

    It comes as Blues' striker Romelu Lukaku edges closer to an Inter Milan return.

    Napoli lynchpin Koulibaly is another prime Chelsea target to have also been on the Old Trafford radar.

    But the Italian club's boss Luciano Spaletti has reportedly threatened to RESIGN if the Senegal centre-back leaves this summer.

    Meanwhile, Wolves want £45million for French left-back Rayan Ait-Nouri — eyed by Manchester City and Chelsea.

    But the same two clubs are pondering an alternative – in Brighton's Marc Cucurella.

    Manchester United are said to have joined Borussia Dortmund, Newcastle and West Ham in the race for Hoffenheim's Germany defender David Raum.

    And Tottenham must pay at least £34million to land  Bayer Leverkusen centre back  Piero Hincapie.

    Finally, Prem champs City colul tie up a deal for Leeds' England midfielder Phillips this month.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Villa join Reuben race

    Aston Villa are the latest club to keep tabs on Bristol City starlet Reuben McAllister.

    Steven Gerrard's Clarets have joined a growing queue of admirers currently tracking the 16-year-old attacking midfielder.

    Newcastle United, Rangers and Celtic are already monitoring McAllister, who is the son of former Scotland international Jamie McAllister.

    The former Aberdeen, Livingston and Hearts full-back became a fans' favourite at Bristol City before going on to become Johnson's assistant manager at Ashton Gate. 

    He has recently returned to Scotland to become Johnson's No 2 at Hibernian.

    However, his son Reuben has remained at Bristol City where he has made rapid progress rapidly through the Robins' youth ranks.

  • Ian Tuckey

    ‘Arsenal hunt for Tielemans boosted’

    Arsenal’s chances of landing Youri Tielemans have reportedly been boosted by Tottenham signing fellow midfielder Yves Bissouma.

    Manchester United have also been linked with Leicester superstar Tielamans.

    And Spurs securing Brighton’s Bissouma means the Gunners have a clearer path to the Belgian.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Rovers in for Todd

    Norwich midfielder Todd Cantwell is a shock first target for Blackburn Rovers’ new management team.

    Cantwell, 24, had a loan spell at Bournemouth, who have passed up the chance to take him permanently.

    Now Jon Dahl Tomasson’s Rovers are looking into a loan arrangement.

    The move will be hard to make, though, as Cantwell is in the last year of his deal.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Piero would cost Spurs £34m-PLUS

    EXCLUSIVE: Tottenham must pay at least £34million to land defender Piero Hincapie, writes ANDREW DILLON.

    The Bayer Leverkusen centre back is on Spurs boss Antonio Conte’s wishlist as he continues with his summer spending spree.

    Midfielder Yves Bissouma, forward Ivan Perisic and keeper Fraser Forster are already on board as Tottenham lead the way in the Premier League this transfer window.

    And Conte is not stopping. 

    A left-sided centre half is seen as a key addition to the squad as the Italian plots for the extra demands of Champions League football and a genuine title push next season.

    A move for Inter Milan’s Alessandro Bastoni fell through with the player pledging his future to the Italian side.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Everybody needs good Nay buzz

    Nayef Aguero penned an emotional farewell to Rennes fans ahead of his £30million West Ham switch.

    The Moroccan centre-back, 26, completed his medical in London this week and the deal is expected to be announced on Monday.

    In a social media statement, the 19-cap international wrote: “It is with great emotion I announce to you I have played my last match in Rennes colours.

    “It’s a difficult decision as I have spent some exceptional times here since my arrival in August 2020.

    “I would like to thank the whole club from the bottom of my heart.

    “My team-mates who I have fought 80 fights with in the last two seasons and who will remain my second family.

    “The supporters, for their unwavering support in the good and bad times and all the club’s employees.

    “I gave everything from the first to the last day in matches and in training, on and off the pitch and will be your first supporter.

    “I sincerely wish you the best. Forever. Nayef.”

  • Ian Tuckey

    Utd to allow 'try before you sign' for their loan kids

    Manchester United will adopt a "try before you sign" policy with their youngsters this summer.

    United have decided to let some prospects go on trial for three weeks with any club who asks for them on loan.

    This will let the player see if he likes his temporary home and also give the potential new club a chance to assess them close up.

    Several Old Trafford fringe players will be offered this new arrangement in the coming weeks.

    Meanwhile, United veteran Mike Phelan is to get a bigger role in the backroom under new boss Erik ten Hag.

    He was overlooked when Ralf Rangnick was in charge.

    Elsewhere League One outfit Wycombe Wanderers are making a frantic late move to take United keeper Nathan Bishop on loan.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Boro can bag Butland

    Keeper Jack Butland has joined the list of likely targets at Middlesbrough.

    Butland can leave Crystal Palace and could be loaned out for the season with the imminent arrival of Sam Johnstone from West Brom.

    Johnstone, 29, has agreed a four-year deal at Palace and will sign after a medical.

    Birmingham tried for Butland but the 29-year-old was not keen. Boro could appeal, though, if Chris Wilder sells it properly.

    Boro’s move for Tom Heaton could be on hold as Manchester United are closer to letting Dean Henderson go.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Clarets keen on Jed

    Burnley are making a late move for left winger Jed Wallace — one of the best free agents available in the Championship, writes ALAN NIXON.

    New boss Vincent Kompany (below) wants the wide man, who is leaving Millwall at the end of his contract and has the experience at the level he needs.

    But the Clarets must battle it out with Steve Bruce’s West Brom, who also admire Wallace.

    Signing Wallace, 28, would be helpful in case Kompany receives bids for Maxwel Cornet or Dwight McNeil.

    Oxford’s Republic of Ireland centre-half Luke McNally, 22, has also interested Burnley.

    They are looking at a £1million-plus offer and should be able to sort out wages.

    Burnley hope to bag defender Taylor Harwood-Bellis, 20, on loan from Prem champions Manchester City.

    The Clarets’ Irishman Nathan Collins could also be on the move.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Dembele wants key role – IF he joins Chelsea

    Despite telling a fan he's 'fine' at Barcelona, it appears Ousmane Dembele WOULD be interested in joining Chelsea – IF he'd get more game-time.

    The France winger, 25, is wanted by Blues' boss Thomas Tuchel as a replacement for misfit Romelu Lukaku who is edging closer to a return to Inter Milan.

    Dembele  has serious ambitions to win the Premier League title and Champions League.

    But he wants assurances from Tuchel that he will be a Chelsea starter and not subject to strict squad rotation.

    Dembele only completed 90 minutes on nine occasions last season but still finished it with 13 assists.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Villa want another striker

    Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard wants to sign another striker before he lets England under-21 hot shot Cameron Archer on loan.

    Archer, 20, played 20 games on loan at Preston last season and is wanted back by Deepdale boss Ryan Lowe — along with a handful of other Championship outfits.

    Meanwhile, Villa paid Blackpool an astonishing £1.2million compensation package for coach Neil Critchley.

    Gerrard wanted his old Liverpool pal to replace Michael Beale when he left to become QPR boss — and Villa were happy to pay out the stunning sum.

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