Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man City open to new Sterling contract



Posted Tuesday, June 15, 2021 by Goal.com

Balerdi makes permanent Marseille move

Borussia Dortmund centre-back Leonardo Balerdi will stay at Marseille permanently after his one-year loan this past season was deemed a success, writes Kicker.

The French club will pay about €11 million for the transaction.

Pumas agree on new Vasquez deal

Pumas have signed Johan Vasquez to a new contract that will run until 2023, they announced on Twitter.

The 22-year-old defender started 32 matches in Liga MX this past season.

Man City open to new Sterling contract

Manchester City are now open to giving Raheem Sterling a new contract after Euro 2020 concludes, according to The Telegraph.

Sterling is coming off a match-winning goal vs Croatia and remains in what should be the prime of his career at 26 years old - though his legs do have unusual mileage on them compared to many his age given his significant senior roles since being a teenager.

He had been rumoured to be out of Pep Guardiola's plans, but that has perhaps been an overstated narrative.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man City open to new Sterling contract

'Agent Mahrez on duty'

Riyad Mahrez responded to a video of himself on holiday with Erling Haaland as the Manchester City star teased fans by saying "Agent Mahrez on duty".

Haaland has been linked with a number of the world's top clubs since making the move to Borussia Dortmund, where he has become one of the world's best forwards.

Miazga set to return from Anderlecht loan to Chelsea

Matt Miazga is set to return to Chelsea after a loan spell at Anderlecht, with the Belgian giants priced out of an extension by the European champions.

The 25-year-old had expressed his desire to remain with Vincent Kompany's side after helping them earn a Europa Conference League place for next year.

Glazer addresses Man Utd transfer budget

Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer has defended the club’s level of debt and dividend payments to the owners and insists it has no impact on transfers.

The Glazer family have been heavily criticised during their 16 years in charge and one of the reasons is that their leveraged buyout of the club in 2005 landed the club with millions of pounds worth of debt.



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