TEEN SENSATION REJECTS PREMIER LEAGUE MOVE
Ryan Sessegnon has rejected the opportunity of a move to the Premier League in favour of agreeing a new three-year contract at Fulham, reports
Tottenham had been favourites to sign the 17-year-old left-back, while Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United had also been linked with Sessegnon, but he has decided to stay put. The London-born defender played 30 games in all competitions for Fulham last season.
EVERTON TO SEAL £25M KEANE DEAL
United had been interested in bringing Keane back to Old Trafford, but the England defender is now likely to move to Goodison Park, where he will have the opportunity for more regular first-team football.
MAN UTD MAKE HUGE JAMES BID
The uncertainty over Cristiano Ronaldo’s future is delaying an announcement over Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata’s move to Manchester United, according to Diario Gol .
However, following reports that Ronaldo wants to quit Madrid after being accused of tax fraud, Real want to resolve that matter before letting Morata join United.
ZIDANE WON'T LET BALE LEAVE
Zinedine Zidane has no plans to let Gareth Bale leave Real Madrid this summer, according to Marca following reports the Wales international could be sold to make room for Kylian Mbappe.
MATIC UTD'S THIRD CHOICE
Nemanja Matic began the summer as Manchester United's third choice central midfield target, according to the Daily Telegrap h .
The Chelsea midfielder is on the verge of moving to Old Trafford for £40 million, but Jose Mourinho had wanted to sign either Eric Dier or Radja Nainggolan ahead of Matic.
A lack of movement over either of those deals has now led him to reuniting with a player he coached at Stamford Bridge.
MAN UTD MUST PAY €50M FOR PERISIC
Inter Milan have told Manchester United that Ivan Perisic will only leave the club for €50 million (£44m), according to Gazzetta dello Sport .
However, Inter are exploring other ways to raise the money and, if their €50m valuation of Perisic isn’t met, then the Croatian midfielder will be staying at the club.