Guardiola eyes Juventus defender
According to The Express, Pep Guardiola is ready to launch a £40 million bid for Juventus left-back Alex Sandro in the summer. Pep Guardiola has been interested in the Brazilian left-back since his time at Bayern Munich and is keen to revive it and bring him to the Etihad. Guardiola is looking to rebuild his ageing squad and the 25-year-old could definitely bolster his defensive options.
Joe Hart assured he’s still England’s No 1 choice
Gareth Southgate has told Joe Hart he remains England’s first choice goalkeeper during his trip to Turin, reports The Mirror. Southgate has watched all the DVD's from Joe Hart’s games in Italy and has continued to put his faith in the keeper, who was snubbed by Manchester City boss Guardiola which saw him head out on loan to Torino at the start of the season. Joe Hart is a target for many Premier League clubs and could see a return to England with Liverpool keen on signing him.
Real Madrid will turn to Spurs if they don’t sign any of their other keeper targets
Hugo Lloris is the latest big name keeper linked with a move to Real Madrid, reports The Sun. Los Blancos are keen to replace Keylor Navas as he has endured a disappointing season at the club. Real Madrid has shown interest in De Gea, Courtois and Gianluigi Donnarumma but will settle for Lloris if they don’t manage to snap up any of the other three big names. Courtois is said to be their No.1 target, what boosts Real Madrid’s chances to snap a deal for the Belgian is his willingness to Spanish football.
Manchester City plotting a summer triple swoop worth £115 million
Guardiola is looking to sign Southampton’s Ryan Bertrand, Middlesbrough’s Ben Gibson and Lisbon’s William Carvalho who altogether will cost Manchester City a whopping £115 million reports The Sun. William Carvalho will solely cost £60 million as Guardiola looks to bring in reinforcements to his midfield and strengthen his squad them potential title contenders once again.