Transfer news & tittle-tattle Live Report:
Pogba should wants to hold at Manchester united:
Paul Pogba wants to stay at Manchester United following speculation he will be sold in the summer.
Reports have claimed that manager Jose Mourinho has lost patience with the midfielder following his inconsistent form in recent weeks, which has also seen Pogba substituted on a regular basis.
However, despite links to the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, the £89 million France international is determined to prove his worth at Old Trafford.
Loftus-Cheek unassertive over Chelsea future:
Ruben Loftus-Cheek claims he does not know what the future will hold for him following his loan spell at Crystal Palace.
The midfielder has suffered an injury-hit season at Selhurst Park but has impressed when he has played. He is, however, unsure if he will remain at Chelsea when his loan finishes and he returns to his parent club.
Why Digne wants to join Juventus?
PSG left-back Lucas Digne has been offered to Juventus with a view to a summer move, Goal understands.
Digne has struggled for regular playing time at Camp Nou and could make the move to Italy, likely on an initial loan deal with the option of a permanent €25 million transfer.
Leicester to demand £50m for Maguire:
Leicester City have set the opening price for in-demand center-back Harry Maguire at £50 million.
Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham are leading the chase for the 25-year-old England international, who has impressed in the 2017-18 campaign.
The report states the Foxes have already turned down two verbal bids of £40m for Maguire, with the club feeling a strong World Cup performance could send Maguire’s valuation soaring.
Liverpool construct £1m from City title:
Liverpool have pocketed £1 million from Manchester City’s title thanks to a clause in Raheem Sterling’s transfer, according to the liverpool echo
Sterling moved from An field to the Etihad in 2015 in a deal worth £44m plus add-ons.
Man Utd to demand for £28m for Luke Shaw:
Manchester United will demand at least £28 million to sell Luke Shaw in the summer.
Shaw is again fighting for his Old Trafford future after failing to convince Jose Mourinho to make him United’s first-choice left-back.
United have yet to decide whether to sell Shaw, but will look to recoup a minimum of £28m if they opt to cash in on the reported Barcelona target.
Real Madrid should accept the deal of De Gea:
Real Madrid have reached an agreement with Manchester United to sign David de Gea for next season, according to Don Balon.
The Blancos will pay €100 million for the Spanish goalkeeper, who they’ve been trying to land for several years.
De Gea’s agent Jorge Mendes has spent weeks negotiating a deal that would allow the Spaniard to leave Old Trafford, and a breakthrough has apparently now been reached.