Manchester United makes £ 50 million for Ryan Sessegnon

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TOP STORY: 50 million pounds for Sessegnon at Old Trafford?

Manchester United could make a move for the much-appreciated Fulham wing Ryan Sessegnonif you believe in the express.

They are suggesting that states are planning to spend £ 50 million to disembark Fulham, which is blocking a contract extension to Craven Cottage.

Sessegnon, 18, seems reluctant to engage in his future with the threat of relegation looming over southern Londoners.

United has already tied Anthony Martial to a long-term contract, but Sessegnon has the right age for United, which Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says will not come to sign big names this summer. Sessegnon failed to establish a regular starting place under the head Claudio Ranieri.

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09.47 GMT: Richarlison he touched land aboard the Everton from his transfer from Watford but with the inconsistent Toffees who are not able to offer him a good chance of silverware or Europe, he is tied to a move with other top clubs.

Chelsea is ahead of the rest, according to the Daily Star, but other fans of the 21-year-old striker are AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid.

09.00 GMT: The clubs are looking younger and younger to find their next star, and Sun says Manchester City is ready to spend £ 200,000 on Sunderland's 14-year-old midfielder Morten Spencer.

Presumably before selling it to Dortmund in a few years, where he will play regularly and suddenly worth 50 million pounds.

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PAPER TALK (by Nick Judd)

Costa adds weight to the voices of Manchester United

Juventus wide man Douglas Costa has been linked to Manchester United and Chelsea in recent days, but Costa's social media activities have accelerated Red Devils' voices in the last 24 hours.

An early story that linked Costa to an Old Trafford move was published by Calciomercato, but it was a follow-up story of Sport Musing that was appreciated – and quickly erased – from Costa on Twitter. The Sun says it sent the hearts of US supporters out to beat the prospect of landing the £ 60 million man.

Costa has only started seven of his 17 appearances this season and seems to be out of favor of Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri.

Arsenal is interested in increasing the width in the summer

It is said that Arsenal is interested in signing Philippe Gbamin from Vs Mainz 05 this summer, reports RMC.

The 23-year-old Ivorian has been in impressive form in the Bundesliga this season, and the leader of the Gunners Unai Emery would have monitored the player in order to present an offer at the end of the 2018-19 campaign.

Gbamin can play defense or midfield, and Arsenal could make a bid of more than £ 31 million that an unnamed club is said to have offered for its services in January.

While that proposal was rejected, Gbamin's head seems to have been turned; he added fuel to the rumors saying he feels "ready for the next step".

Also the arsenal is strongly connected Nicolas Pepe from Lille. It is said that the French club is ready to sell for £ 50 million.

Liverpool planning summer spending

It seems that Jurgen Klopp is trying to strengthen his team this summer, regardless of whether or not he has ended the club's 20-year wait for the championship title.

First, the mirror is reporting that Tottenham is afraid that Liverpool will be able to hijack his move Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain.

Rabiot was a target for many clubs in the January transfer window, including Tottenham, but decided to delay a move after his father's death. And now it is said that Liverpool will intensify their interest, with Barcelona and Arsenal also feeling a move for the marginalized PSG.

In addition, Liverpool is also linked to the Leeds branch Jack Clarke, according to the express. It is said that Klopp has scouts that keep the feeling of Elland Road under control. Clarke's willingness may depend on whether his team can win the Premier League promotion or not.

The candies have Rakitic in the viewfinder

The Everton under-fire boss, Marco Silva, is planning a summer shopping in light of the recent poor form of his team and Barcelona's Wantaway midfielder Ivan Rakitic could get over his list.

It is said that Rakitic is trying to leave Camp Nou in the summer, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport, and Everton's football director Marcel Brands is under pressure to deliver the signature after Everton's failed climb despite large expenses in the last seasons.

Marchi has previous experience with Barca after taking Andre Gomes to Goodison Park on loan from the Catalan giants, and could use his contacts to try to try the Croatian star Rakitic in Merseyside.

One thing is certain: if Rakitic leaves Barça, there will be no shortage of suitors. The thirty-year-old scored 34 goals in 247 appearances and it is said that Inter Milan is also interesting, among others.

Tap-in

– Staying in the blue half of Merseyside, Silva could be lucky to be able to buy anyone, in case of reports from Express to be successful. They are suggesting that Everton will line up a sensational move for Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa.

– The head of the city of Leicester, Claude Puel, has hinted that it could be in the market for a striker in the summer. With Jamie Vardy out of shape, Puel told Leicester Mercury that he might need to reinforce his attack options.

– Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt has been linked to almost all the clubs in the first six in England in recent months, but the best of England are said to be embarrassed for the young because of his ties to the agent Mino Raiola – which is according to the mirror.

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