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Liverpool makes an offer for Dries Mertens

Liverpool may be on the verge of moving for Dries Mertens with Italian reports that the Reds have shown an intention to bring the Belgian to Anfield. The striker is out of contract at the end of the season and has yet to sign a new deal at Naples, which means he could sign for another club on a free transfer.

The Serie A team is desperate to keep the 32-year-old and has filed a two-year extension.

Mertens has yet to give Napoli the assurance that he will stay with the club beyond this summer, which has created some uncertainty at San Paolo.

Now according to Tuttomercatoweb, Liverpool is looking for Mertens and has shown interest in the past few weeks.

The report indicates that Jurgen Klopp is willing to offer Mertens a three-year contract.

Neymar at Real Madrid?

Neymar was wanted by Real Madrid and Barcelona last summer when representatives of the two clubs traveled to the French capital to negotiate with Paris Saint-Germain.

The price of the giants of Ligue 1 having never been reached, the Brazilian stayed at the Parc des Princes this season.

However, it was never made clear which team was closest to capturing the attacker.

Neymar’s agent at the time, Wagner Ribeiro, lifted the veil on his meeting with Real’s president Florentino Perez.

He also hinted that Los Blancos may return to the tender this year as PSG charges as little as £ 200m as it did 12 months ago.

“I have been to Madrid several times because Florentino has dreamed of taking Neymar,” he told ESPN.

“Last year, I was with him in his office in May, and he even told me that he had the dream of signing Neymar. “

Timo Werner in Liverpool supported

Liverpool have been reassured that Timo Werner will be a better choice for them in the transfer market than Jadon Sancho would have been.

Former Reds defender Steve Nicol believes the club is right to chase Werner instead of Sancho because of his versatility.

“I think I would go for Timo Werner,” he said. ESPN FC when asked who he would choose from Werner and Sancho.

“Timo Werner can play all over the front line.

“He can play left, right, or he can play as center forward.

“Sancho, I think, can play left or right, but he can’t play center forward.

“For this reason, I would take Timo Werner. “

Paul Pogba leaves Manchester United

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could leave the club this summer with players like Juventus, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, all interested in the World Cup winner.

And reports in Italy say Ed Woodward decided to sell the 27-year-old because he has only one year left on his current contract.

Pogba has not played often for United this season due to injuries and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was involved in a breakup with his agent Mino Raiola earlier this year.

Tuttosport claim that United could be forced to sell Pogba now because it could benefit from a free transfer at the end of its contract, if this is not the case.

Juventus is at the top of the list and would be interested in a reunion with the French.

It could be a cash only deal, but United are also interested in Douglas Costa and Alex Sandro, so a swap with the Serie A champions might be a viable option.

Likewise, Real Madrid and PSG would like to sign Pogba and could exchange some of their players to complete a transfer.

United would like the Los Blancos trio Lucas Vazquez, Alvaro Odriozola and James Rodriguez, according to reports.

Thomas Meunier accepts Tottenham’s move with Jose Mourinho

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho convinced Thomas Meunier to join the club from Paris Saint-Germain.

The Belgian is out of contract at the end of the season and has not yet offered a new offer.

The Team claims that Mourinho spoke with Meunier by telephone during a summer exchange with the Spurs.

The side rear would favor the decision of the Premier League.

Tottenham chief Daniel Levy has not approved any deals, however.


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