Date of publication: Thursday, November 29, 2018 8:09
PIC AND BUNCH
Jose Mourinho could believe that David de Gea "Want to wait" in Manchester United, but Thursday brings conflicting reports over the future of the goal.
First, there is a claim from the newspaper's website for me, whose unique claims that United & # 39; begin to consent will lose; the Spaniard. As a result, they have identified several targets. That's a good business sense, people.
Jordan Pickford is one of the & # 39; options & # 39; the club is investigating, but Everton would expect a premium for 24 years and sign up a new long term agreement in September. They will want a significant increase & # 39; on their initial spending of £ 30m, which seems fair.
De Gea's choice is to get in his ex-club in Jan Oblak. It would probably cost more, with Atletico Madrid trying to increase its £ 87m release clause at the moment. But it's good bloody, you know.
Keylor Navas is a third option, who quickly contacted United the same years ago when De Gea faxed machine away from Real Madrid. But it seems to be quite a cushion that the 28-year-old is leaving this time, with PSG at its most likely destination.
SIGN DE TING
As we said, the reports are conflicting. Evening Standard says De Gea is really happy to stay in Old Trafford, as they offer him £ 300,000 a week. So Pickford and Oblak can live away.
The Daily Mail goes further, saying that De Gea is open to wait & # 39; if he is offered a five-year contract at £ 350,000 per week. Having rejected an agreement of £ 275,000 a week, it's still open its options & # 39;
Basically, she wants equal pay the current highest winner Alexis Sanchez. That's pretty fair, as Sanchez does not play and De Gea is much more important.
In other news, there are some clubs that are interested in Dominic Solanke. And Liverpool is not one of them.
Jurgen Klopp discuss the future of last last attacker, while lending Liverpool midfielder Ovie Ejaria has urged Solanke to Join her in Rangers.
He may not have to navigate so far. Sky Sports says that Huddersfield is among the clubs & # 39; who would go on in January. Given that no-one of their rivals has scored one Premier League goal this season, that's fair.
Crystal Palace and West Ham have also been connected. The first we can understand, because they have a similar problem to Terriers. But West Ham?
Juventus and Inter Milan are linked to the signing of Tottenham and Belgian referee, Mousa Dembele, 31, whose contract will end at the end of the season … Newcastle has increased their efforts to sign Atlanta United and Paraguay midfielder , Miguel Almiron, 24 … Bayern Munich intends to move January to the winner of the 17th Chelsea World Cup, Callum Hudson-Odoi, 18 … Southampton has held talks with Paulo Sousa, former QPR and Leicester manager, to replace the manager under fire Mark Hughes … Huddersfield wants to bring Liverpool Assault English Dominic Solanke, 21, on a loan in January … Everton manager Marco Silva wants to sign Abdoulaye Doucoure Watford, field field He was a 25 year old French and worked with her at Vicarage Road.