Reports say Cristiano Ronaldo is hoping to track down another club this late spring. It also say the Manchester United star feels insecured being a part of Erik ten Hag’s plans proceeding. The former Ajax manager is enthused about laying out a style at Old Trafford that presses forcefully from the front.
The 37-year-old Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes, is supposed to be looking for expected offers around Europe, with two clubs having communicated interest in his services.
Roma is one of the clubs reported to have opened talks for Ronaldo, with the Serie A side confident of utilizing manager Jose Mourinho’s impact in the arrangement. In the mean time, Sporting CP are also in the ‘picture’ expecting to set up a meeting with Ronaldo, who got through the Portuguese side’s youth system prior to leaving for Manchester United in 2003.
The Portugal international completed the 2021/22 campaign as the Red Devils’ top scorer last season, with 24 goals in 37 appearances.
Meanwhile, Thomas Tuchel is searching for another central defender after the takeoffs of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen. Skriniar played 48 games across all competitions for Inter last season and assisted them to a second-place with completing in Serie A.
Atlético Madrid are also making an effort to sign Belgium international Axel Witsel on a free exchange from Borussia Dortmund, as indicated by Belgian outlet RTBF Sport.
Witsel showed up in all competitions for Dortmund last season and scored two times in 29 Bundesliga games.
Reports guarantee that the 33-year-old could show up in Madrid one week from now for a physical, after which the club would declare his signing.
Columbus Crew are also near affirming an arrangement for forward Juan “Cucho” Hernández from Watford FC, who played last season in the Premier League prior to being consigned. The Colombian scored five goals for Watford in his most memorable season in the Premier League.
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The Colombian forward is set to arrive on a multi-year Designated Player deal worth in excess of $10m.
Inter Miami have had talks to sign PSV midfielder Mario Gotze, according to MLSsoccer. Miami had a scout in Eindhoven, as Gotze is one of a few targets for the club. Gotze has a €4 million release clause in his contract, and Benfica and Eintracht Frankfurt are also looking to sign him.
Genuine Madrid intend to sign striker Erling Haaland in 2024 as Karim Benzema’s replacement, as per Diario AS.
The Norway international will join Premier League champions Manchester City from Borussia Dortmund on July 1 on a five-year contract.
His agreement at City supposedly includes a delivery provision which could see him leave in two years’ time if a £128m (€149m) fee is paid.
Despite missing out on the signing of France forward Kylian Mbappe, who decided to remain at Paris Saint-Germain, Madrid are not on the market for a new striker this summer. Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti believes he has his attacking line well covered with Karim Benzema, Vinicius Jr., Rodrygo and Marco Asensio.
Madrid’s priority right now is for Benzema and Vinicius to sign new deals. Vinicius, 21, has two years left on his contract and has been offered a new long-term contract.
Benzema, 34, is under contract until June 2023 and is expected to sign a one-year contract extension after his impressive campaign. The French forward is widely expected to win the Ballon d’Or this year after scoring 44 goals in 46 games to help Madrid win LaLiga and the Champions League.
Manchester United are certain that they can make a forward jump in their quest for Frenkie de Jong by Barcelona bringing down the transfer fee they will acknowledge for the midfielder, the Guardian reports.
Dani Alvez is also looking for another club after his agreement at Camp Nou was not renewed.
Alves, who captained Brazil in their new postseason friendlies, is looking for another club to give him playing time ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar in November.
The 39-year-old, who re-joined Barca in November as a free player, needs to keep playing in Europe. Be that as it may, LaLiga side Mallorca won’t be his next objective.
A report guaranteed Alves might actually go along with them for the 2022-23 season to work under coach Javier Aguirre.
But Alves answered those reports on Twitter by posting: “It’s a lie!!! Thank you!!”
Arsenal store striker Eddie Nketiah has signed another drawn out agreement at the club after his past deal was expected to lapse this mid year.
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The 23-year-old joined the Gunners as a young person and has shown up, scoring 23 goals.
Nketiah has also been given the No. 14 shirt, recently worn by Thierry Henry, for next season.
“I’m delighted Eddie is staying with us. He represents what we are all about and all the values of the club,” manager Mikel Arteta said. “We are very happy that he has extended his contract and now we have to get to work and continue to develop the great talent and person that we have in him.”
Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel would like to replace Romelu Lukaku with Robert Lewandowski, but there are significant obstacles to completing both deals, sources say.
Lukaku is keen on rejoining Inter Milan and endured a disappointing first season back at Stamford Bridge — with eight goals in 26 Premier League games — after leaving the Serie A club for €115 million last summer.
Dependable reports say talks occurred between Lukaku and the club as of late, during which Chelsea flagged their readiness to permit the Belgian striker to leave the club. Nonetheless, the Blues need to recover by far most of the club-record fee they paid only a year sooner, while Inter are in need of money and would favor a loan deal.
Chelsea had originally been asking for around €20m-€25m to lend Lukaku for just one season in an effort to offset any depreciation in his transfer value given he turns 30 next year.
However, they are now willing to accept a significantly lower fee and talks are continuing — it is as yet undecided whether any agreement will include an option or obligation to make the move permanent, or how his £300,000-a-week wages will be paid.
Simultaneously, Chelsea are seeking a striker of their own to reshape their attack. Tuchel has long been an admirer of Lewandowski, who has confirmed his intention to leave Bayern Munich, and believes he would thrive in the Premier League despite turning 34 in August.
The Poland international has been heavily linked with a €40m move to Barcelona, with reports in Spain this week suggesting he has verbally agreed a deal but a lack of funds is holding things up.
Many rivals are hoping to jump on any vulnerability, with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United among the clubs connected with Lewandowski. Sources say Tuchel has urged Chelsea to enter the running in the event that there is any opportunity an arrangement should be possible.