COMAN WANTS TO SET UP MAN UTD
Kingsley Coman’s agent and family are trying to force the move to Manchester United as they claim they are ready to move.
The French winger is one of the most decorated players in the world, having won a league title in each of his 10 seasons as a pro.
Coman’s deal with Bayern Munich is set to expire in the summer of 2023 and an agreement on an extension has yet to be reached.
And that could open the door for United, who would consider an approach.
United are of course in the footsteps of Jadon Sancho. The Dortmund man is a long-time target for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and appears near a switch.
However, Dortmund continue to play hard on the fees and the transfer schedule. As such, United increasingly feel that a deal for Coman might turn out to be easier.
And sensing an opportunity, Coman and his agent try to tempt United to strike a deal, writes The sun.
United at this point will still try to get Sancho to the club. But the prospects of signing Coman and the rumors coming from his camp may change their position.
According to the article, a A United club official is said to have said: “We don’t comment on the rumors. We have scouts all over the world and Coman is very talented.
LIVERPOOL YOUNGSTER REJOINT LEICESTER
Leicester City have signed 16-year-old Liverpool midfielder Jack Lewis after a successful tryout with the Foxes. (The sun)
Arsenal are closing in on signing Ben White – leaving William Saliba to think about the future of his Emirates. (The sun)
Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno has become a shock target for Chelsea as a potential alternative to Erling Haaland. (The sun)
Burnley is competing with Brighton in the race to drive Nathaniel Phillips away from Liverpool. (The sun)
Scottish and Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour could travel to Norwich on loan next season. (The sun)
Phil Foden was dropped for the victory over the Czech Republic because he was one yellow card away from suspension. (The sun)
Josko Gvardiol is the latest star to come out of Croatia – and he wants to move to Liverpool. (Star of the day)
WEST HAM OPT AGAINST TARKOWSKI
West Ham opted against a decision for Burnley defender James Tarkowski. (Daily mail)
Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta could be in contention for his first Euro 2020 start on Wednesday as Spain desperately seek to develop a winning mentality. (Daily mail)
Jack Wilshere slammed Arsenal’s decision to part ways with U23 boss Steve Bould after 33 years at the club. (Daily mail)
Raheem Sterling has no interest in trading Manchester City for Tottenham in a deal that would see Harry Kane move to the Etihad. (Daily mail)
Thomas Vermaelen believes it is unfair that Belgium had to travel for all of their group matches at Euro 2020 (Daily Mail)
REAL REPORT POGBA, VARANE SWAP
Real Madrid plan to reject a Manchester United swap offer that will see Raphael Varane and Paul Pogba swap places. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United target Pau Torres insists he is ‘totally calm’ over possible move to Old Trafford this summer. (Daily Mirror)
Liverpool are still hoping to sign a new central midfielder this summer but Germany international Florian Neuhaus is not a priority target. (Daily Mirror)
Southampton and Newcastle are considering loaning out Manchester United defender Brandon Williams. (Daily Mirror)
Luis Suarez admits it would be ‘strange’ to play for any Premier League side other than Liverpool after highlighting his strong bond with the Anfield loyalists. (Daily Mirror)
AND MORE TRANSFER GOSSIP
Liverpool received an approach from Burnley for Nat Phillips while the Clarets also struck a £ 12million deal for Stoke’s Nathan Collins. (The telegraph of the day)
Aston Villa line up second offer for Arsenal’s Emile Smith Rowe, in yet another huge Midlands club statement of intent. (The telegraph of the day)
Wolves plan to move for James Tarkowski as he enters final year of Burnley contract. (The telegraph of the day)
Southampton are leading the way for Blackburn Rovers striker Adam Armstrong, who looks likely to move to the Premier League. (The telegraph of the day)
Arsenal are looking to revamp their line of attack if they manage to get the players out and they are Dominic Calvert-Lewin admirers. (The telegraph of the day)