Barcelona will renew their efforts to sign Paris Saint-Germain’s Neymar and put an end to a frustrating summer of negotiations, claims Sport. Real Madrid will also up the ante in bid to sign the Brazilian.
The Barcelona daily reports that a much-improved new offer will be filed for the Brazilian, and that a deal could be clinched in the coming days.
Real Madrid, however, are still in the hunt too, with president Florentino Perez determined to snatch Neymar from under Barca’s noses.
In other news, Barcelona’s hopes of re-signing Neymar could rest on the coming few hours of negotiations, according to RAC1’s Gerard Romero.
PSG are thought to have accepted Neymar’s exit, but are still waiting on what they deem to be an acceptable offer from Barca or Real Madrid.
The summer’s biggest transfer saga could finally be coming towards a conclusion.
Gareth Bale wants to stay at Real Madrid and will be relied upon as a key player, according to Zinedine Zidane.
Despite spending the summer trying to move him on, Zidane seems to have accepted that Bale is set to stay – and Madrid can hardly afford not to play him, given his enormous wages.
Manchester United are leaving the transfer door open for Alexis Sanchez, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitting that the Chilean is in talks with “some clubs”.
The 30-year-old forward has been touted for a move away from Old Trafford for some time, having failed to live up to expectations since arriving from Arsenal in January 2018.
A switch to Serie A has been mooted for Sanchez, with Inter said to be among his suitors.
Bayern Munich outcase Renato Sanches is set for a medical with Ligue 1 side Lille today, according to l’Equipe.
The Portugal midfielder is set to move for a club-record fee of €20 million (£18.1m/$22.1m).
Negotiations are still ongoing over personal details, with Sanches likely to sign either a four or five-year contract with the club.
Goalkeeper Keylor Navas is set to bring his five-year association with Real Madrid to an end as he nears a move to PSG, claim AS.
The 32-year-old has been replaced in the Madrid side by Thibaut Courtois, and has already been in talks with the French side over personal terms.
Now, it is thought Madrid could be willing to allow Navas to leave on a free transfer in order to save money on his wages.