Transfer News Boateng turns down Manchester United 6 hours ago

Transfer News Boateng turns down Manchester United 6 hours ago

Transfer News Boateng turns down Manchester United 6 hours ago

Mourinho spent £68 million to bring in Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant this summer but admitted during the preseason tour of the USA he wanted two more additions.

United's preparation for the new campaign has been badly affected by injuries and the absence of a number of players whose summer break was delayed due to the World Cup.

The 2015-16 Premier League champions insist they are under no pressure to sell after Riyad Mahrez joined Manchester City for £60 million and will only entertain offers well above the 25-year-old's market value, something United have so far refused to consider.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino made retaining players his priority.

Asked why the club have struggled to recruit players this summer, Pochettino replied: "The market was insane". "Next season, after pre-season, after being comfortable and adapted, he's going to be great for us".

The midfielder, who shone as France won the World Cup in Russian Federation last month, is reported to have told his team-mates he is desperate to leave for Spain.

Speaking to Belgian outlet HLN, and via Sky Sports, Stefani explained: "Manchester United wanted Axel Witsel, Napoli too".

The Foxes, though, are in advanced talks to sign two centre-backs - Filip Benkovic from Dinamo Zagreb and Caglar Soyuncu from Freiburg - at a combined cost of about £35m.

Toby Alderweireld will be the quality addition to the team and the deal will be best for all the concerned party with player unhappy with the team on his lack of playing time.

"I think we have very good players, our staff are very good".

Harry Kane committed his future to Tottenham before heading to the 2018 FIFA World Cup and finishing as the top-scorer as England reached the semi-finals.

On paper, Wolves are the best newly promoted side in the Premier League, but times have changed and Nuno won't be able to guide them to a top six finish as Ipswich did in 2001.

The Premier League giants are now faced with the prospect of keeping an unhappy squad member, who is set to earn a basic wage of £9.62m this season, plus a £3.78m loyalty bonus or grant Pogba's wish and open negotiations with Barcelona. Now the 2018-19 season should be the time to get that first piece of silverware of the Jurgen Klopp era, as they have a squad that's locked and loaded. They can still sell players, overseas only, until August 31 as no other league has adopted the earlier deadline.

"If we don't make our team better, it will be a hard season for us", Mourinho warned earlier this week, so far to no avail ahead of Thursday's transfer deadline.

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