Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Neymar prepares for Barcelona return

Posted Sunday, April 05, 2020 by

Sancho wants Champions League football in order to sign for Man Utd

Liverpool and Chelsea also chasing Dortmund sensation

Jadon Sancho will snub an approach from Manchester United should they fail to reach the Champions League, claims the Sun.

The Borussia Dortmund wonderkid has a host of admirers in the Premier League.

But despite being United's top target, he will only move if he can play in Europe's top competition - news that will be of interest to fellow suitors Liverpool and Chelsea.

Fosu-Mensah in the dark over Man Utd future

Timothy Fosu-Mensah still does not know whether he will be a Manchester United player next season, reports the Mirror.

United have an option to extend the player's contract beyond its expiration date of June 2020, but they are yet to exercise it amid the coronavirus outbreak, leaving him in limbo.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Neymar prepares for Barcelona return

Neymar prepares for Barcelona return

PSG already resigned to losing their star

Neymar is preparing the groundwork in order to swap Paris Saint-Germain for Barcelona this summer, according to Sport.

The French club are resigned to seeing the Brazilian leave, and are now determined to get the best possible price for the man who became the world's most expensive footballer two years ago upon arriving at Parc des Princes.

Roma enter race for Gotze

Roma are ready to battle for the signature of Mario Gotze, according to Corriere dello Sport via the Daily Mail.

Everton and West Ham are also said to be interested in the Borussia Dortmund star, who is expected to leave the club when his contract expires in June.

England boss Southgate set to take 30% pay cut

The Football Association will make an announcement in "due course" regarding any financial implications of the coronavirus amid reports England coach Gareth Southgate has agreed to take a 30 per cent pay cut.

The wages of football's top players and managers have become a hot topic as the enforced stoppage of activities around the world shows no sign of ending.

So far several clubs and organisations have announced pay cuts, although their implementation has been piece-meal to date.

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