Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Liverpool join Real Madrid and PSG in race for Lille starlet Leny Yoro



Posted Thursday, May 23, 2024 by Goal.com

Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Liverpool join Real Madrid and PSG in race for Lille starlet Leny Yoro

Four Premier League clubs tracking Corinthians star Wesley

According to Rudy Galetti, four Premier League clubs West Ham, Fulham, Brighton and Crystal Palace are set to compete to secure the signature of Corinthian winger Wesley Gassova.

The English clubs, however, will face competition from European giants like AC Milan and Borussia Dortmund who are also chasing the 19-year-old attacker.

Liverpool join race to sign Real Madrid target Yoro

Per Le Parisien, Liverpool will compete with European giants like Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain to secure the signature of Lille's talented 18-year-old central defender Leny Yoro.

The Ligue 1 side, however, are set to demand a huge transfer fee in the region of €90m-€100m (£77m-£85m).

Bayern close to appointing Kompany as new manager

According to The Telegraph, the Bundesliga giants are in advanced talks to appoint Vincent Kompany as their new manager and could formally announce the Burnley boss' arrival in the next couple of days.

The former Manchester City captain will take his entire coaching staff to Allianz Arena, including assistant manager Craig Bellamy and first-team coaches Piet Cremers, Mike Jackson and Floribert N'Galula.

West Ham close to signing Brazilian defender Bruno

West Ham are closing in on signing Brazilian defender Fabricio Bruno from Flamengo in the summer transfer window, according to Fabrizio Romano.

The Hammers director Tim Steidten is working on a deal while Bruno has already accepted the Premier League side's offer. The transfer is likely to be completed soon.

Pochettino linked with England and Man Utd job

Mauricio Pochettino is already thinking about his next move after leaving Chelsea by mutual consent after just one season at Stamford Bridge. The Argentine is reportedly keen on taking over the England job from Gareth Southgate if the Three Lions boss moves on after Euro 2024. He is also interested in managing Manchester United if they part ways with Erik ten Hag in the summer, according to The Telegraph.

Chelsea, Man Utd target McKenna to reject new Ipswich deal

Chelsea, Manchester United and Brighton target Kieran McKenna will not sign a new Ipswich deal as he is prepared to take the next step in his career, according to BBC.

The Blues are reportedly the frontrunners to secure the 38-year-old's signature at the moment as they look to move swiftly to replace Mauricio Pochettino who left Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.

Griezmann set to extend Atletico Madrid stay

Antoine Griezmann is set to renew his contract with Atletico Madrid amid interest from Saudi Pro League and French clubs, according to Rudy Galetti. The France international reportedly wants to play in the MLS in future after his journey ends with the Spanish side.

Milan set to part ways with Pioli this week as they identify replacement

AC Milan are set to formally announce the departure of manager Stefano Pioli this week after an underwhelming 2023/24 campaign, as per Fabrizio Romano.

The Italian giants are close to appointing Paulo Fonseca as their next head coach who has already agreed on a two-year deal.

Juventus set to appoint Man Utd target Motta as next coach

According to Fabrizio Romano, Juventus are closing in on appointing Bologna boss Thiago Motta as their next manager ahead of the 2024/25 season.

Motta, also wanted by Premier League giants Manchester United, is set to accept a three-year deal and earn less than €5m/season.

Chelsea set to name Pochettino's replacement soon

Chelsea co-sporting directors Laurence Stewart and Paul Winstanley have been entrusted with the responsibility of appointing a suitable candidate for the managerial role after Mauricio Pochettino left the club on Tuesday by mutual consent, according to The Athletic.

The report further states that the Blues have their eyes on Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna and Leicester City boss Enzo Maresca. The name of Brentford's Thomas Frank has also been discussed.

Man Utd set to sack Erik ten Hag

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, via (SoccerNews.nl.), the Red Devils are set to part ways with the Dutch manager at the end of the 2023/24 season. Ten Hag will take charge of Manchester United for a final time at Wembley on Saturday in the FA Cup final against Manchester City.

Osimhen ready to join Chelsea in the summer

According to TeamTalk, Victor Osimhen is ready to join Chelsea in the upcoming summer transfer window despite Mauricio Pochettino's departure from the club.

The report further claimed that the Nigerian forward has given his green signal to the Premier League club after holding an informal talk with them. The Blues are being considered favourites at the moment over Paris Saint-Germain to secure the striker's signature.

Newcastle close to signing Adarabioyo and Kelly

Newcastle United are closing in on signing Tosin Adarabioyo and Lloyd Kelly in the upcoming summer window after manager Eddie Howe approved the transfers, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Kelly will be joining the Magpies as a free agent while the club are in advanced talks with Fulham to finalise a deal for Adarabioyo.

KDB to join Messi in MLS? Man City star interested in shock transfer

Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne's entourage has reportedly held transfer talks with officials from new MLS side San Diego FC.

Garnacho might seek new Man Utd contract after Copa 2024

Alejandro Garnacho could reportedly push for a new Manchester United contract if he shines in Copa America 2024 for Argentina despite signing a five-year deal in 2023.

Pochettino to Man Utd?! Ratcliffe ready to open talks

Mauricio Pochettino could be on his way to Manchester United, who are reportedly open to appointing him as Erik ten Hag's replacement.

Ex-Leicester boss Ranieri set to retire from football at 72

Former Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri is set to retire from football at 72 after steering Serie A outfit Cagliari to safety.

Southgate suggests he could RETIRE after Euro 2024

Gareth Southgate suggested that he could walk away from coaching after Euro 2024 while emphatically shutting down Manchester United talk.

"I've worked in this building for over 10 years and, yeah, the ambition has been to win a tournament," he said.

"So, there's nothing for us to consider until we've done that. And if we can do that, maybe I'll retire and do nothing anyway."



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