1. Arsenal and Tottenham to battle for Schar
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Following his £3 million switch from Deportivo last summer, Schar has become a key part in Newcastle's recent strong run of results and has caught the attention of the two clubs.
Both clubs have monitored Schar for years and are impressed with his adjustment to the Premier League.
2. Coutinho wants Man Utd move
The Brazilian has told players he is hoping for a summer exit to Old Trafford
Philippe Coutinho has told many of Manchester United's Spanish players that he wants a move to Old Trafford, according to the Daily Star.
Coutinho is in his first full year with Barcelona, but has struggled for a place on the team and will only fall further down the order with the arrival of Frenkie de Jong this summer.
If United are ready to spend £86 million ($112m), they could have Coutinho and the playmaker is hoping they come for him.
3. Sanchez to refuse Manchester United exit
Even if Manchester United can find a taker for Alexis Sanchez, the star attacker will refuse to leave Old Trafford, according to the Daily and Sunday Express.
Sanchez's high wages will make it difficult for the club to move on from the attacker, though they might be able to find a taker if they subsidize his wages.
However, even with that, Sanchez intends to how to contact customer service at w88
fight for his place and has no desire to leave the club.
4. Van Dijk to get new contract to fend off Barca and Real Madrid
Liverpool are prepared to make Virgil van Dijk their co-highest paid player to block off interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid, according to the Mirror.
Real Madrid are preparing a massive summer overhaul, which could include the exit of Sergio Ramos, while Barca are also hunting for a new centre-back.
The Reds are ready to offer Van Dijk £200,000-a-week, which would bring him level with Mohamed Salah, as they aim to fight off any attempts to unsettle their star defender.
5. Madrid prepares €350m offer for Neymar
The capital club are ready to make the Brazil star the highest paid player in football
Real Madrid are prepared to offer €350 million (£302m/$393m) to sign Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar, according to Sport.
Neymar would receive a contract that pays him €45m per season, giving him a higher wage than even former team-mate Lionel Messi.
Madrid believe Neymar is a more obtainable target than Kylian Mbappe, as the France star does not wish to leave his home country.
6. 'Guardiola has signed four-year Juventus contract'
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has agreed to replace Max Allegri at Juventus, according to reports in Italy.
A four-year deal has been put to the Spaniard and though a move seems far-fetched, the same journalist who first reported news of Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Turin in the summer says the deal is on.
"I've learned that Pep Guardiola already has reached 188bet sign up offer
a verbal agreement with Juventus for the next four years. It's the same person who told me that Ronaldo was going to Juventus," Luigi Guelpa told Radio CRC.