Erling Braut Haaland and Martin Ødegaard dominate international rumor columns, despite disappointing results with clubs.
Easter is already in full swing, but both at the same time Premier League and a rumor mill in full swing again during the holidays. And not surprisingly, there is a lot of talk about a certain Norwegian who is often seen dressed in yellow.
The Sunday Mirror claims to know that Erling Braut Haaland (20) himself has taken over the position of Lionel Messi (33) on the list of players that Manchester City will try to bring to the Etihad Stadium.
This is in direct conflict with Pep Guardiola’s statements before the weekend, when the city manager claimed that the club would not buy a replacement for Messi’s compatriot Sergio Agüer (32).
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Borussia Dortmund football director Sebastian Kehl admits that the club could reach a point where it will no longer be able to hold Hollande, writes the Goal.com website.
After Saturday’s disgusting defeat by home table Eintracht Frankfurt, Dortmund is seven points behind the spot that plays Champions League matches next season.
The Spanish AS claims to know that Haaland probably wants to move to Real Madrid, but at the same time not all whites from the Spanish capital will submit an offer for the coveted Jærbu.
Real Madrid would reportedly prefer Haaland to take the first step towards the transfer and ask to leave Borussia Dortmund.
There was also talk of money, and how Real Madrid will be able to afford to sell for the expected selling price of Halland in a billion. Other Norwegian big football stars also appear here.
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The credible Sunday Times reports that Arsenal may have to sell young stars like Bukayo Sake (19) if they can afford to buy Martin Ødegaard (22) from Real Madrid for free. It could also be necessary for Arsenal to sell other players in order to renew the lineup that did not deliver as expected this season.
Manchester United may have to pay goalkeeper David de Gei (30) a large sum if it is true that the Spaniard is on his way from Old Trafford this summer, writes the Sunday Mirror.
According to tabloid newspapers, De Gea will disappear from United after this season. The result is that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær singled out Dean Henderson (24) as United’s first first choice among those positions.
To compatriot Juan Mati, 32, however, it may seem that a new Manchester United contract is on the way. At least that’s what the Daily Star Sunday claims, which he believes is a one-year contract.
Portuguese Record believes it knows Manchester United are considering returning the talent of Nun Mendes (18) from Sporting. An alternative would be to offer the Lisbon club a second left-back, Alex Telles (28), as part of the deal.
West Ham have no call option in a successful loan deal for Jesse Lingard (28). He reveals manager David Moyes to the Mail on Sunday. The Manchester United midfielder has delivered goods to West Ham to that extent after several difficult seasons at Old Trafford.
Atlético Madrid will ask for the signing of Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks (25), according to Sky Sports. The Spurs product has struggled while playing under manager José Mourinho, and was recently out of the England national team for World Cup qualifier matches.
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You can see more of your previous profiles next season in Newcastle. The local Newcastle Chronicle reports that left-back Jetro Willems, 27, of Eintracht Frankfurt and Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend are current georda transfer targets.
Willems has not been given playing time this season since returning after a cruciate ligament injury. Marseille will also be looking for the Dutchman.
Oli McBurnie (24) and Sheffield United have not impressed in any way this season. In the Premier League, only 17 goals were scored in 30 games for a clean table jumbo.
McBurnie scored one of the goals. The Scottish striker will still be in the sights of Wolverhampton, who according to the Sun will be willing to pay £ 15 million for him on Sunday. That corresponds to just over 176 million Norwegian kroner.
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