Real Madrid wants Samuel Umtiti, Manchester United to make a epic offer for Cristiano Ronaldo .

Real Madrid enter Samuel Umtiti race 

Los Blancos are looking to sign a central defender this summer and their top transfer target is set to make everyone have information. In a sensational claim by Diario Gol, Real Madrid have entered the race for none other than FC Barcelona’s Samuel Umtiti and are ready to activate his release clause of €60 million.

It is now in the open that Umtiti is looking for a pay raise (reportedly €9 million per year) which has so far been opposed by the Catalans. Real Madrid chief Florentino Perez is looking to contact Umtiti and convince him about a move to the capital.

Dani Ceballos’ two potential suitors revealed 

The future of Dani Ceballos has become a major talking point in recent weeks with the highly talented midfielder not getting enough chances to start under Zinedine Zidane. Mundo Deportivo has now reported that Ceballos has two offers on his table which will enable him to end his Madrid misery.

Liverpool is looking at the Spaniard as a long-term replacement for Philippe Coutinho whereas AS Roma has long been tracking the midfielder’s progress. Both these clubs are expected to start a bidding war for the midfielder.

Manchester United planning a rapid surprise attack on an enemy by troops on Bayern Munich for Arturo Vidal 

La Cuarta has reported that Manchester United have identified the solution to their midfield woes in the form of Bayern Munich’s Arturo Vidal. The Red Devils are said to make a $60 million offer for the Chilean in the summer. Munich is ready to let go of their midfield impose with Vidal now being on the other side of 30.

Manchester City to clasp the contract talks with Raheem Sterling 

According to ESPN, Manchester City are ready to open contract talks with Raheem Sterling in what has been a season of a rejuvenation for the jock. Sterling has 20 goals and 11 assists to his name this season and has been one of the most improved players in the country. He has two years left on his current deal but City wants to tie him down to a long-term contract.

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