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An important story: The return of Ronaldo who weighs Real Madrid
Real Madrid plans to move to sign Cristiano Ronaldo In the summer reveals woman.
The 37-year-old striker has recently been linked with an exit from Old Trafford as Erik ten Hag plans to rebuild the squad, and with Manchester United unlikely to qualify for the Champions League, Ronaldo is now likely to lose despite his contract. In operation until 2023.
Previous Los Blancos The star has remained in impressive form this season with 23 goals from 35 games, and has reportedly not gone unnoticed by the Santiago Bernabeu hierarchy. Ronaldo has caught the attention of club officials who are now looking to set up a La Liga return for the Portugal international, who made the same move in June 2009 for a then-world record fee of £80m.
Carlo Ancelotti’s team crowned the title on Saturday as Real Madrid claimed the La Liga title after a comfortable 4-0 victory over Espanyol, and it looks as if they are already preparing to retain the title next season.
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12.18 GMT: Chelsea fear the possibility of losing midfielder Mason Mount to one of their rivals in the Premier League because they are unable to give him a new contract, the sun reports.
Mount, 23, has two more years to fight the deal he signed in 2019, before he becomes one of the most important first-team players.
Chelsea is an asset of club owner Roman Abramovich that has been frozen by the UK government as part of the sanctions imposed on him for his alleged ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. As such, they cannot negotiate new or improved contracts with any of the players on their squad until the club has a new owner.
This, according to The Sun, has opened the door for Manchester City and Liverpool to pounce on Mount, who is said to be a paid Chelsea first-team member at £70,000 a week.
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11.25 GMT: Manchester United defeated Borussia Dortmund by signing Erling Haaland Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke claimed that if the German club did not include a penalty clause in the deal.
Haaland has scored 61 goals in 65 Bundesliga matches since joining Dortmund from Salzburg in January 2020, and has become one of the most sought-after players in world football.
The 21-year-old has been linked with a number of Europe’s top clubs, but recent reports suggest Manchester City, rather than United, is his most likely destination.
“We gave Erling Haaland a penalty clause … otherwise he would have gone to Manchester United,” Watzke said on 10:09 Talk.
Haaland is set to announce a decision on his future soon, with a possible move to City if the €75m release clause in his contract is triggered.
“He has a decision to make, which will come eventually,” Watsky added. “But I’m sure we’ll find the new Haaland. We need the new Haaland.”
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10.39 GMT: West Ham United midfielder Declan rice He says he doesn’t let the ongoing transfer speculation surrounding his future affect him.
Rice is regularly linked with interest from Manchester City, Manchester United and his boyhood club Chelsea, but Hammers boss David Moyes has regularly said the England international is not available for a transfer.
Rice said sky Ahead of Sunday’s Premier League game with London rivals Arsenal: “I feel good playing comes with speculation. I’ve had two or three seasons with West Ham and you will always see the big clubs across the country. It’s not just me, it’s the same for every player.” .
“I think it’s important not to get caught up in that. We’ve had a good season with West Ham and there were big games I had to play in so I feel like my focus has always been on that. If I thought about other things I would have been swept away and it wouldn’t be fair to the team. or the manager.
“I can’t guess, even with the numbers being talked about. I get beaten up all the time on social media, but I can’t help it. I can help by going on the pitch and doing the best I can.”
“that they [West Ham teammates] Comfort me all the time. It’s crazy to talk about honesty, so I kind of stopped it and just do what I do best is play football.”
09.52 GMT: Gareth Bale He missed Real Madrid’s La Liga title celebrations on Saturday, blaming “a bad back spasm” for failing to attend their decisive 4-0 win over Espanyol at the Santiago Bernabeu (Stream the replay on ESPN+ in the US).
Bale, whose contract with Real Madrid expires in June, was left out of the tour’s squad. Unlike other first-team players who did not take part in the match – such as injured David Alaba, Eden Hazard and Luka Jovic and suspended Eder Militao and Nacho Fernandez – the Wales striker did not attend the match.
He was not present, as Marcelo and Benzema received the captain, before celebrating with the team and the technical staff at the Bernabeu. The team then took an open-top bus to the Cibeles Fountain in the city center where Madrid traditionally celebrated the Cup.
“I am very disappointed that I am unable to participate in the celebrations this evening due to a cramp in my back but I am really proud of the team for winning the title! Enjoy the night boys!” Bell, 32, tweeted later on Saturday night as the festivities drew to a close.
Ancelotti became the first coach to win all five of Europe’s major tournaments
09.00 GMT: Wolves prepare for life afterwards Robin Nevis Sources told ESPN’s Tom Hamilton and Rob Dawson that they have been looking for agents and contacts regarding the midfielder’s replacements.
Clubs have sent wanted lists to top clients, and Wolves’ list includes a replacement for the 25-year-old midfielder. Manchester United have been offered the option of making a bid for Neves, according to ESPN sources, but there is strong interest from clubs in La Liga and others in the Premier League as well.
Wolves are also vying for a striker this summer, but finding someone to step into Neves’ big boots is at the top of their list. ESPN sources say both Neves and agent Jorge Mendes are interested in moving the player this summer.
Neves has been linked with moves to Barcelona and Arsenal, but this season has remained under Bruno Lagg. He participated in 28 matches in the English Premier League, contributed four goals and assisted two goals.
He has been out of action since mid-March due to a knee injury and contracted with Wolverhampton until 2024.
Paper Gossip (by Adam Brown)
Napoli will demand a fee of £85m this summer if they agree to part with the wanted striker Victor Osimhenaccording to Akram Connor. The 23-year-old has attracted the attention of clubs across Europe this season with his form that has produced 17 goals in 29 appearances, and there appears to be competition for his signature with several balancing moves for new options forward.
– Ten Hag wants to make Tyrrell Malacia His first signing of the summer, reports woman. The Ajax Amsterdam boss is moving to Manchester United at the end of the season and, having already scrutinized 22-year-old left-back Feyenoord, appears to be looking to tempt him to join the Premier League. It is reported that a fee of £20 million will be required to secure his services.
Benfica eyeing the 25-year-old winger David Neresreveal Niccolo Chira. Neres is reportedly keen to join the Liga NOS side after moving to Shakhtar Donetsk in January before the season was disrupted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He had only made five appearances for Ajax before the start of the new year, and scored four times from 16 other games off the bench.
Barcelona are looking to take advantage of Kenan YildizContract status and reports Mundo Deportivo. The 16-year-old midfielder’s contract with Bayern Munich will expire in the summer, and despite the Bundesliga club’s desire to sign him on a new deal, it now looks as if he Blaugrana He will look to secure his free transfer when his deal expires.
– Milan is close to moving to Renato SanchezHe writes Calcircato. The Serie A side have been in negotiations with Lille over a deal for the 24-year-old midfielder since January, after they made a late bid to sign him during the winter transfer window. After initial progress has slowed on personal terms, the Portugal international is now said to want to switch to the San Siro and will accept a lower salary than his representatives requested in January.