Transfer news and rumours LIVE: PSG interested in move for £75m-rated Liverpool forward Luis Diaz

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Transfer news and rumours LIVE: PSG interested in move for £75m-rated Liverpool forward Luis Diaz

Man Utd eyeing move for Milan's Leao

Manchester United have reportedly shown interest in signing €145m-rated AC Milan star Rafael Leao in the upcoming summer transfer window, according to Fichajes.

The Portuguese has been linked with a move away from the Serie A side at the end of the current season with teams like Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal reportedly keen on signing him.

Arsenal and Chelsea target Gyokeres could leave Sporting CP

As per his agent, Viktor Gyokeres could leave Sporting CP at the end of the season if Ruben Amorim leaves for Liverpool. Chelsea and Arsenal have been long-standing admirers of the Sweden international.

Speaking to A Bola, Gyokeres' representative Hasan Cetinkaya said, "It doesn’t surprise me that Ruben is being linked to Liverpool, it’s normal, his work is of a high level, it’s what the clubs are looking for. Yes, it will be more difficult for Viktor to stay if Ruben Amorim leaves Sporting because Viktor came precisely because of Ruben."

Chelsea identify Emma Hayes' replacement

According to the Daily Telegraph, Chelsea have agreed a deal to appoint Sonia Bompastor as their new manager, replacing Emma Hayes, who is set to join the USWNT this summer.

Bompastor is expected to bring her assistant, Camille Abily from Lyon to Stamford Bridge.

West Ham star could leave in the summer

West Ham defender Vladimir Coufal is all set to leave the club at the end of the current season with Turkish giants Besiktas interested in signing the player, according to Fotomac.

The 31-year-old defender will be out of contract in June and the Hammers have only recently initiated talks with the player over a new deal.

Wolves star Gomes set to leave the club

According to journalist Ekrem Konur, Wolves star Joao Gomes is all set to leave the club in the upcoming transfer window amid interest from several clubs.

Gomes is wanted by multiple clubs including Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester United.

Xavi Alonso opens up on working in Premier League

Bayer Leverkusen boss Xabi Alonso has opened up about managing a Premier League club in the future. Speaking to reporters, Alonso said, "You never know. At the moment I have enough on my plate to think about, but I'm still young as a coach and for sure it's a nice opportunity."

Spurs eyeing move for Santiago Gimenez in the summer

According to journalist Rudy Galetti, Tottenham Hotspur are looking to sign a striker in the upcoming summer transfer window and have reportedly eyeing a move for Feyenoord star Santiago Gimenez.

The Premier League side also have their eyes on Genoa's Albert Gudmundsson who is being monitored by Inter.

Ivan Toney set to leave Brentford in the summer

Brentford star Ivan Toney is all set to leave the club at the end of the current season amid interest from several Premier League clubs, according to journalist Florian Plettenberg.

West Ham have reportedly inquired about the striker while Arsenal and Chelsea have been long-time admirers of the England international.

Man Utd hand extension offer to Skinner

Manchester United Women's team has extended a contract offer to their manager, Marc Skinner, as reported by The Athletic.

Although terms have not been finalized yet, negotiations are ongoing, with both parties eager to reach an agreement. Skinner's current contract is set to expire at the end of this season.

The decision to offer Skinner an extension reportedly involved input from Manchester United's existing football leadership, with oversight from INEOS.

Under Skinner's management, the team has faced challenges in the Women’s Super League, currently sitting in fourth place. They are 15 points behind league leaders Chelsea and six points behind Arsenal, who occupy the final Champions League qualification spot. Nonetheless, the club remains optimistic about the future under his continued stewardship.

Napoli could offer Conte to take charge at Naples

According to a report from Italian outlet Il Mattino, Napoli are gearing up to offer Antonio Conte a lucrative three-year contract to become their next head coach.

Conte, the former manager of Juventus and Chelsea, is said to be the top choice of Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis to lead the Partenopei starting from the 2024-25 season. The 54-year-old tactician has been without a managerial position since his departure from Tottenham Hotspur.

If the deal materializes, Conte would bring a wealth of experience and a proven track record of success to Napoli. Meanwhile, current Napoli manager Francesco Calzona, who took over from the sacked Walter Mazzarri in February, is expected to part ways with the club at the end of the season. Calzona is reportedly set to assume a full-time role as the coach of the Slovakia national team.

Daly announces Lionesses retirement HOURS after playing vs Ireland

Lionesses star Rachel Daly has announced her shock retirement from England duty just hours after featuring in the Euro 2025 qualifying win in Ireland.

Díaz linked with potential move to PSG for £75 million

Reports from the Daily Telegraph suggest that Luis Díaz may be on the verge of a significant move to Paris Saint-Germain during the upcoming summer transfer window.

Díaz, 27, has been a standout performer for Liverpool this season, showcasing his attacking prowess with 13 goals and four assists across various competitions. His electrifying performances have caught the attention of top clubs, with PSG emerging as a potential destination.

Having joined Liverpool from Porto in 2022, Díaz's current contract extends until 2027. Despite three years remaining on his deal, there is a growing sentiment that a resolution regarding his long-term tenure at the club must be reached.

Liverpool are reportedly seeking a transfer fee of £75 million for Díaz should he depart.

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