1.) Harry Kane wants to stay at Spurs:-
Tottenham striker Harry Kane will stay at Tottenham for at least one more season and doesn’t want to be in headlines of the transfer news this summer, claims Danny Rose.
“I think the club can only do so much. A lot of it has got to be down to the individual. I don’t want to speak on behalf of anyone but working with someone like Harry Kane, I can tell you that his mindset will be, ‘now I’m staying at Tottenham, going to break every single record,” Rose told BBC Radio 5 Live.
2.) Bellerin expels any Barca links talk:-
In the latest transfer news regarding Hector Bellerin’s link to Barcelona, the Arsenal right-back has dismissed such links. He told Daily Mail that he signed a contract at Arsenal to stay.
Bellerin further claims Arsenal and Arsene Wenger gave him the platform to become a professional. He doesn’t want to be a part of transfer news and wants to focus on the job he has in London.
3.) Pardew rules out Sunderland move:-
Alan Pardew has ruled out managing for Sunderland after recent transfer news linked him to the Black Cats. The 55-year old said he can’t manage another club in the North East after a spell at Newcastle.
4.) Marco Silva appointed Watford manager:-
In another latest transfer news related to a Silva, Marco Silva has been appointed as a Watford manager on a two-year deal. The big question is whether he’d survive after a season at the club. Watford’s sacking policy will put the manager under the scanner.
5.) United interested in Belotti:-
Manchester United have entered the race to sign striker Andrea Belotti. The Torino and Italy striker has recently committed his future to the club. He now has a contract until 2021 which has a buyout clause of 100m Euros.
6.) Morata in Milan to seal AC Milan move:-
Current Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is in Milan to seal his AC Milan move, Marca claims. The Spain and Madrid striker is reportedly agreeing on a contract worth 7.5m Euros at San Siro.
7.) City to spend big for Mendy:-
Manchester City are reportedly interested in signing Benjamin Mendy from Monaco. The left back has been a target for Manchester United and Liverpool, but City are willing to pay more. They are ready to pay a fee around 45m Euros to get the player.