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Manchester United prepared to pay £50m for Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund – Paper Talk -Dlight News

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Manchester United have made Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund their main summer target and believe they can secure his services for around £50m.

Wolves have opened talks with defender Max Kilman over a lucrative new contract after turning down a £30m offer from Napoli.


Manchester United are having a hard time selling defender Harry Maguire due to a clause in his contract that earned him a significant pay rise to secure a Champions League place.

Chelsea refuse to meet Brighton’s demands for £100m for midfielder Moises Caicedo, with the Seagulls branding him a good prospect as Declan Rice, who is heading to Arsenal.

Manchester United have been criticized for cracking down on ticket sales and allowing seats at Old Trafford to be sold on Viagogo, a website accused of allowing professional ticket dealers to exploit fans.


Center back William Saliba has signed a new four-year contract with Arsenal which will be officially announced on Friday and does not include a release clause.

Willian is close to closing a new contract with Fulham after receiving an improved offer.


Tottenham chairman and fierce negotiator Daniel Levy is said to be furious over reports that Thomas Tuchel held talks with Harry Kane at his London home to discuss a move to Bayern Munich.

Manchester United are reportedly close to signing Japanese goalkeeper Zion Suzuki, a 20-year-old who local reports suggest the Premier League club has been eyeing for six years.

Moussa Diaby wants to move to the Premier League this summer, according to reports in Germany, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle United interested in the winger.

Former Brazil boss Tite has set his sights on managing in Europe and says the Premier League would be an option if the right job comes along.

A group of Everton fans have called on club legend Graeme Sharp to be welcomed back to Goodison Park after “disgusting” threats forced him to stay away amid links to the club’s board of directors.

Jordi Alba could be introduced as an Inter Miami player on Friday after taking a big pay cut to reunite with former Barcelona teammate Lionel Messi.

New Reading boss Ruben Selles faces preparing for life in League One under a transfer embargo despite the EFL lifting two of three sanctions against the club.

Middlesbrough said they have reached an agreement to sign Australian goalkeeper Tom Glover, who left Melbourne City last month.

Swiss federal judges have dismissed FIFA’s appeal against a ruling that overturned a lifetime ban imposed on the former president of Haiti’s soccer federation, Yves Jean-Bart, for alleged sexual abuse of national team players.

Headingley staff prevented a further Just Stop Oil protest at the third Ash Test on Thursday with two people being refused entry after searches on the way to the ground.


David Moyes will lose another member of his West Ham backroom staff and assistant coach Paul Nevin is expected to join Patrick Vieira at his new club Strasbourg.


Manchester United are aiming to sign two goalkeepers this summer with Dean Henderson expected to join Nottingham Forest on a permanent deal for a fee of around £30m.


Games at the Women’s World Cup could last more than 100 minutes and FIFA is continuing its campaign against time wasting.


Former Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan backs fellow Hungarian international Dominik Szoboszlai to have a great career at Anfield, saying he was “born to be at a great club”.

Eden Hazard is considering a move to MLS after a disappointing end to his time with Real Madrid and could even link up with Lionel Messi at Inter Miami.

A lack of incoming transfer business from Manchester United means boss Erik ten Hag is ready to promote youngsters Charlie Savage, Maxi Oyedele and Isak Hansen-Aaroen to senior team training.


A senior athletics official has apologized after asking drug addict Dwain Chambers to present medals at last weekend’s English school athletics championships.

Black Union will become the first Georgia team to participate in rugby’s Challenge Cup next season and will face Gloucester and Scarlets in their group.

Luke Cowan-Dickie is set to complete a move to Sale Sharks and remain qualified for England after his proposed deal to play for France fell through.

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