Joe Hart could replace the keeper heading to Real Madrid
David de Gea and Thibaut Courtois are involved in a battle over who moves to Real Madrid with England international Joe Hart said to replace the departed one, reports the Daily Mail.
Courtois is said to be the preferred choice by Zidane and with Chelsea looking to make a move for Alvaro Morata a deal for both clubs could be on the cards. However, De Gea is keen to make his dream move and will be foolish to turn down Los Blancos for the second time in two years.
Oops Joe Hart did it again pic.twitter.com/IRcWRoPzlA
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) April 15, 2017
Everton to offer Swansea star Premier League lifeline
According to The Express, Everton are ready to offer £30 million for Swansea City playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson, a lifeline for the Icelandic international whose club are currently fighting for survival in the Premier League. The Toffees are offering Sigurdsson wages of £140,000-a-week and is seen as an ideal replacement for Ross Barkley who is likely to move on as he steps into the final year of his contract. Sigurdsson is also keen on a move away from the Welsh club even if they survive in the Premier League as he looks to challenge for better opportunities next season.
Manchester City skipper could be a wanted man in the summer
Everton and West Ham lead the chase for Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany, reports The Mirror. The skipper is fit and firing again, after suffering two horrendous seasons due to injury. Manchester City is not expected to take a gamble by holding onto the Belgian international due to his numerous injuries, but instead will be looking to replace him with someone reliable.
Manchester United to make shock move for Spurs target
Jose Mourinho is set to make a shock move for Everton contract rebel Ross Barkley who has been a long-term Spurs target, reports The Mirror. Mourinho tried to sign the player two years ago when he was in charge at Chelsea, only to have his £35 million bid turned down.
However, Everton are now under increased pressure to sell the 23-year-old as he has just over a year left on his contract, with Ronald Koeman issuing an ultimatum towards the player to sign a £100,000-a-week deal or be sold in the summer.
— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) April 15, 2017
Tottenham star set for third contract in just 16 months to avoid Real Madrid interest
The Mirror writes, Dele Alli is to be offered a new long-term contract worth around £40 million, as Spurs look to avoid another talented player being poached by the likes of Real Madrid. Alli has been sensational for Spurs and the club are said to reward him by offering him wages with club’s top earners Hugo Lloris and Harry Kane. However, with Real Madrid hanging in the balance and willing to match what they paid for Gareth Bale (£85.5 million), it is sure to cause anxiety at White Hart Lane.
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— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) April 11, 2017