MAURICIO POCHETTINO is set to be sacked by PSG, with Zinedine Zidane reportedly having agreed to take over as manager.
The former Real Madrid boss is said to be travelling to Qatar to finalise terms on a deal to take charge at the Parc des Princes.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid and Man City are reported to be interested in Chelsea's Reece James, and Tottenham are eyeing Crystal Palace's Marc Guehi.
The Blues right-back has two years left on his contract and is said to have not yet been approached with regards to a new one.
And Liverpool have reportedly offered £68m up front, rising to £85m with add-ons for Darwin Nunez.
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Robert Lewandowski is set to leave Bayern this summer.
But Bayern are wasting no time in finding his replacement.
The German giants have already identified a few options who can fill the Pole’s boots.
That’s the admission Bayern’s transfer chief Hasan Salihamidzic made when talking on the club’s transfer plans.
He said: ““We’re working on several options in attack.”
Tottenham are reportedly planning to make a transfer bid for Everton ace Richarlison next week.
Arsenal, Chelsea and a host of European clubs including PSG have been in contact with the Toffees over the striker.
But Spurs plan to win his signature by making a concrete offer for the Brazilian in the coming days, according to 90min.
However, Spurs will have to table a hefty bid as Everton reportedly want £60m for the striker.
De Jong has awkward exchange
Frenkie de Jong was involved in an awkward exchange after being asked whether he was joining Manchester United this summer.
De Jong was asked: “Are you going from the beaches of Catalonia to the cold of Manchester?”
And the 25-year-old star replied: “No… I think… I can’t say anything.”
Asensio transfer race heats up
Arsenal have reportedly joined rivals Tottenham in the transfer chase for Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio.
Tottenham and AC Milan have allegedly already been offered the player.
Now Arsenal are also in the mix to sign him, according to the Daily Mirror.
This latest report claims that the Gunners have “contacted Asensio’s representatives to seek answers” about his and Real’s demands.
Liverpool are in very real danger of losing Mohamed Salah.
However, their has been a dark cloud hovering over the Premier League giants: Salah's contract stand-off.
Liverpool want Salah to stay. Salah wants to stay at Liverpool. It should be so simple.
But boss Jurgen Klopp recently admitted it's 'not something where you meet for a cup of tea in the afternoon and find an agreement'.
Salah is out of contract at the end of NEXT season - the 2022-23 campaign.
Dybala edges closer to Inter move
Paolo Dybala is on the verge of joining Inter Milan, according to reports.
The ex-Juventus striker has nearly agreed terms with Inter, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
And he will meet with representatives from the club imminently to discuss terms, the report adds.
Sadio Mane has been warned not to ruin his Liverpool legacy with his transfer demands.
That's the view of Gabby Agbonlahor who reckons Mane should have more tact in the way he's going about getting a move away from Anfield.
Agbonlahor told Football Insider: "I’d be very careful if I was Mane to not lose his Liverpool legacy.
“For me, he’s a Liverpool legend and he doesn’t want to say the wrong thing and lose the respect of the Liverpool fans.
“He says he wants to leave and he can still be respectful to Liverpool."
Arteta’s frustration over transfers
Mikel Arteta is reportedly “frustrated by Arsenal’s transfer indecision” as he fears missing out on Gabriel Jesus.
The Gunners are insisting that all major transactions are approved by their American ownership.
And the boss believes that could cost them the chance of securing Manchester City’s Brazilian striker.
Concerns over wonderkid’s strength
Pafundi is only 5ft 5ins tall.
And the main concern of Premier League scouts is whether he could stand up to the physicality of English football.
But they will continue to follow the progress of one of Europe’s most exciting prospects.
The ace made his debut for Udinese last month.
Man United Liverpool, Leicester and Everton are among the Premier League clubs monitoring Udinese wonderkid Simone Pafundi, DAN KING WRITES.
The diminutive attacking midfielder became the first player born in 2006 to play in Serie A when he made his senior debut last month.
Pafundi, 16, was also called up by Italy boss Roberto Mancini to join the country’s best young talent at a training camp with the senior team.
Brexit means British clubs cannot swoop for Pafundi – or other top youngsters from Europe – until they are 18.
Tottenham are pushing to complete a deal for Everton forward Richarlison. The Brazilian showed his class as he helped keep Frank Lampard’s side in the Premier League last season. He ended up on 10 goals and five assists for the season, whilst establishing himself as a regular for his country. An impressive 14 goals in 36 caps has boosted his confidence, bringing some form when his club needed it the most in their battle against relegation. And he could be Tottenham bound with SunSport understanding Antonio Conte’s side are in the hunt for his services. Liverpool are closing in on the signing of forward Darwin Nunez after reaching a verbal agreement with Benfica, according to reports. According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Liverpool have reached a verbal agreement with Nunez’s club Benfica on Saturday morning. The fee for Nunez including add-ons totals to £85.4m, breaking Liverpool’s transfer record. Nunez was left out of Uruguay's squad for their match on Saturday. Real Madrid have completed the transfer singing of Aurelien Tchouameni. The midfielder has penned a six-year deal with the La Liga Champions. And the transfer is reportedly worth £68m with £17m in bonuses, Fabrizio Romano reported.
Erling Haaland will arrive at Manchester City as one of the hottest strikers in football.
Yet while he has a reputation as one of the coolest finishers around, the same cannot be said of his taste in music… after it emerged he is a big fan of ABBA.
Haaland will start life at the Etihad next month after putting the finishing touches to his £51 million summer move from Borussia Dortmund.
But the 21-year-old Norwegian could have a problem getting his own way with the dressing room sounds, if he tries to insist on the Swedish supergroup being played.
His old Dortmund team-mates would regularly play ABBA’s hit "The Winner Takes It All" in the dressing room after Haaland let it slip he was a fan.
Brighton win race for wonderkid
Brighton look to have beaten Arsenal to a top South American talent, if reports are to be believed.
Paraguayan wonderkid Julio Enciso is now flying to England to sign for a Premier League club, just months after the Gunners sent scouts to watch the talent.
And it appears the forward is heading for Brighton in an £8million deal, say Sky Sports.
The 18-year-old scored 11 goals in 17 games for his club Libertad last season.
Darwin Nunez has been left out by Uruguay, as a deal with Liverpool appears to be thrashed out.
Fabrizio Romano has tweeted: 'Uruguay confirm that Darwin Núñez has been left out of the team for tonight game. No risk as he’s set to complete his move to Liverpool in the next days.
"Darwin and his agents are planning for travel to England after verbal agreement between Liverpool and Benfica."
American businessman Chris Kirchner faces the loss of a £1.6 million payment if he misses out on the chase for Derby County.
Kirchner is currently trying to clear a £21.4 million payment to secure ownership of Wayne Rooney’s club but can be beaten to the deal by rivals after losing his exclusivity.
But in the meantime Kirchner has paid in the funds that sorted out the club’s wages last month when they risked losing three points NEXT season.
Kirchner originally attempted to transfer his funds on May 27, in time to pay administrators Quantuma and cover the payroll.
When the initial anti money-laundering check problems arose it meant the money would be too late to pay those bills and mean a suspended EFL penalty kicked in.
Aston Villa star Leon Bailey's son Leo and partner Stephanie Hope were involved in a car crash with the vehicle overturning on the motorway.
Bailey was preparing to play for Jamaica against Suriname when he received a phone call which informed him of the crash.
The Villa winger immediately left the camp and set off for the hospital, which he says was "the longest car ride ever".
Thankfully, neither baby Leo or partner Stephanie were hurt.
Andrea Pirlo has reportedly agreed to take charge of Turkish side Fatih Karagumruk.
The Italian has been out of work since being sacked by Juventus 12 months ago.
Pirlo, 43, won the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana with the Serie A giants.
But after underwhelming showings in the league and Champions League, the former midfielder was given the boot and replaced by Massimiliano Allegri.
After a year on the sidelines, Sky Sport Italia report that Pirlo is set to end his sabbatical by moving to Karagumruk.
Huddersfield will sign Halifax centre-back Jesse Debrah, 22, then loan him out for the season.
The Londoner started his career at Millwall before dropping into the National League last year.
He failed to ever make a senior appearance for the Lions.
But Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan is set to offer Debrah a return to the football league.
Debrah played 26 times for Halifax last season in all competitions, helping the club to a fourth-place finish in the National League.
Stoke and Millwall are keen on Derby County right-back Nathan Byrne.
Both Championship clubs want the attacking defender, who was named players’ player for Wayne Rooney’s Rams last season.
Byrne started 41 out of Derby's 46 league games as the club could not avoid relegation to the third tier.
Derby took up an option on the 30-year-old’s contract after he played a set amount of games.
His contract had originally been due to expire this summer.
But both the Stoke and Millwall could offer more cash in wages if they could afford the fee.
Tottenham are pushing to complete a deal for Everton forward Richarlison.
The Brazilian showed his class as he helped keep Frank Lampard's side in the Premier League last season.
He ended up on 10 goals and five assists for the season, whilst establishing himself as a regular for his country.
An impressive 14 goals in 36 caps has boosted his confidence, bringing some form when his club needed it the most in their battle against relegation.
However, it has been reported that the 25-year-old has already informed his manager that he plans to leave Goodison Park this summer.
And he could be Tottenham bound with SunSport understanding Antonio Conte's side are in the hunt for his services.
Reports have suggested a deal could be struck around £51.25million.
Chelsea handed Kounde transfer boost
Chelsea have been handed a major boost in their pursuit of Sevilla’s Jules Kounde.
Sevilla chief Jose Maria Cruz de Andres has confirmed Kounde wishes to move on – and even name dropped Chelsea as an option.
He said: “Again, the player, I am sure, respects Sevilla FC. He is happy with us. In the case of Kounde, it is not a matter of money. It’s a matter of him wanting to play in a more competitive team than Sevilla FC.
“I am sure he is a player that is attractive for teams like Chelsea, FC Barcelona, Bayern Munich and these types of teams. He wants to play in a more competitive team.”
Nunez Liverpool transfer nears completion
Liverpool target Darwin Nunez is reportedly set to miss Uruguay's fixture tonight in order to get his move over the line.
The striker has been on Liverpool's radar for a number of weeks, with them stepping up their interest in recent days over a deal that could be worth as much as £80million.
Now Uruguayan publication El Pais have reported the national team are aware of the situation, confirming Nunez will not be present for the match on Saturday.
Uruguay are getting ready to host Panama in an international friendly.
However the Benfica striker will not be present, as the Reds look to get the big-money move completed.
Liverpool close in on Nunez
Liverpool are closing in on the signing of forward Darwin Nunez after reaching a verbal agreement with Benfica, according to reports.
According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Liverpool have reached a verbal agreement with Nunez's club Benfica on Saturday morning.
The fee for Nunez including add-ons totals to £85.4m, breaking Liverpool's transfer record.
Paul Pogba is waiting to see if Zinedine Zidane becomes PSG’s manager before deciding on his future.
Pogba is reportedly on the brink of joining Juventus after leaving Man United on a free transfer.
But the Frenchman is said to be stalling as reports claim Zidane is set to replace Mauricio Pochettino as the Ligue 1 side’s boss, according to RMC sport.
Tchouameni transfer to Madrid confirmed
Real Madrid have completed the transfer singing of Aurelien Tchouameni.
The midfielder has penned a six-year deal with the La Liga Champions.
And the transfer is reportedly worth £68m with £17m in bonuses, Fabrizio Romano reported.
Official and here we go confirmed. Aurelién Tchouaméni joins Real Madrid on a permanent deal from AS Monaco for €80m plus €20m add-ons. 🚨⚪️🇫🇷 #RealMadrid Six-year contract completed with final medical test on Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/AvNEIx7qWJ
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