PSG still tracking Alli
Despite missing out on midfielder Dele Alli during the January transfer window, Paris Saint-Germain remain interested in signing the Tottenham player, writes Calciomercato.
Alli and the more defensive-minded Sergej Milinkovic-Savic are apparently considered two of their top targets to reinforce the middle of the pitch, with PSG set to choose between them even though they carry different strengths.
PSG in talks to sign Dele Alli on loan transfer with option to buy with ‘Tottenham chief Levy considering accepting’
OLE: MAN UTD IN CAVANI TALKS
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Manchester United are in talks with Edinson Cavani over extending his stay at Old Trafford beyond this season. The Uruguayan has been linked with a move away from United this summer, but Solskjaer said: “We’re speaking to Edinson. He is a top striker and whatever he decides to do, let’s see. We’re in good dialogue with him.
“We want a competitive squad and we need someone up there to score the goals for us. So we’re looking at it.”
Haaland gives Dortmund ultimatum (AS)
After storming off the pitch and into the tunnel after Borussia Dortmund’s draw on Saturday, Erling Haaland has let his agent know that he wants to leave the German club this summer if it misses out on Champions League qualification, according to AS.
Dortmund sit fifth in the Bundesliga table but trail Frankfurt by four points for that spot. They are also in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Haaland has 21 domestic goals this campaign and along with Kylian Mbappe is considered one of the most sought-after players in recent memory.
COUNTIHO BOOST FOR ARSENAL?
Arsenal’s pursuit of Philippe Coutinho could be boosted by a clause inserted in the Brazilian’s contract when he traded Liverpool for Barcelona, reports the Daily Express.
Coutinho is reportedly 10 games away from 100 Barcelona appearances, a landmark which would trigger a clause and would mean Liverpool were due another £20million from the La Liga club. With Barcelona keen to avoid paying more for Coutinho, it’s claimed the Brazilian will be up for sale this summer.
Juve not interested in selling Ronaldo
Juventus director Fabio Paratici told Sky Sport Italia after a 1-0 defeat Sunday that he had no intention of selling Cristiano Ronaldo.
“We have Ronaldo, he is the best in the world and we are holding on to him tight,” said Paratici.
Cristiano Ronaldo ‘no longer untouchable’ at Juventus and could be sold for £54m, as new boss Andrea Pirlo plans rebuild
Galatasaray reportedly line up move for Ahmed Musa after West Brom rejection
According to Aspor, Galatasaray are moving to sign Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa, six weeks after West Bromwich Albion snubbed him. The 95-cap Nigeria international is a current free agent.
Musa has been heavily linked with a move to England after a former spell at Leicester City.
Musa’s dream of a return to England now looks to be over, but the latest reports from Turkey suggests he will be offered a move to Galatasaray under experienced coach Faith Terim.