Ole wants Sancho, players back Grealish transfer
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made Jadon Sancho a transfer priority for Manchester United this summer, the Telegraph reports, while some of his players have supported the club’s pursuit of Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish. Borussia Dortmund’s Sancho has been a long-term goal for United and could cost around £ 75million, while Harry Kane could cost double if he leaves Tottenham. Meanwhile, players who have faced Grealish or played with him in England “privately” see him as an attractive summer option, although Manchester City are also considering moving the striker from Aston Villa.
Manchester United visera les Ing avant Kane – Paper Round
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Paper Round’s point of view: There are a lot of people for both City and United if Grealish comes on board, and the same goes for United with Sancho or Grealish. The two would definitely be an upgrade on Dan James, but what their arrival would do for the development of Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood remains to be debated. Grealish can at least play in the attacking midfielder too, where a certain Bruno Fernandes plays, so the Villa captain may have to consider this summer if he feels like breaking into a Manchester starting XI – whatever red or blue, there is fierce competition. – or staying the big fish at the Villa.
Spurs to get Poch back?
In Miguel Delaney’s story about Harry Kane’s future for the Independent, there is an intriguing section that suggests managerless Tottenham could make a move to bring Mauricio Pochettino back:
Some figures from the club now seriously suggest he might be worth returning to Pochettino. There is a feeling that he found the nature of Paris Saint-Germain more difficult to manage than expected and that he could be open to it.
Paper Round’s point of view: Surely not? Maybe Daniel Levy will do whatever it takes to keep Kane, but even Pochettino is unlikely to sway the England captain’s desire to leave. After talking about wanting to match Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, Kane doesn’t want to play Conference League football.
Vardy – the movie
A film about the life of Jamie Vardy is one more step towards reality, reports the Mirror. Vardy’s trip from the non-league to Leicester – with a Premier League medal and now FA Cup winners (plus a Golden Shoe) – has been well documented, and now writer and producer Adrian Butchart has agreed to do the film with the Oscar-winning Producers of King Gareth-Ellis Unwin’s speech and Simon Egan and their company Bedlam Productions. Oscar-nominated duo Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson, who wrote The Fighter, will also be part of the script.
Paper Round’s point of view: Who then plays Vardy? The man himself? Soccer movies can go two ways, and usually one way, but with an impressive studio team it could turn the tide. Think of the Oscars after-party, think of the Oscars after-party.
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