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Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Transfer Headlines - Spurs must be watching Schneiderlin situation

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EVERTON - New manager Ronald Koeman wants to sign Morgan Schneiderlin, who appears to have made the wrong move going to Manchester United. Schneiderlin will have to impress Jose Mourinho in pre-season or he may find himself offered on loan or even sold.

Spurs must be watching Schneiderlin situation

I think there isn't a shadow of doubt that Mauricio Pochettino is watching the situation closely. Eric Dier or Victor Wanyama, Mousa Dembele or Morgan Schneiderlin. Doesn't sound too bad.

NEWCASTLE UNITED - Rafa Benitez has to rebuild the Toon and cut costs at the same time. He is close to making his first signing. The man in question is 24-year-old Belgian keeper Matz Sels who plays for Gent. He flew today for a medical and to complete the deal.

MANCHESTER UNITED - It is being suggested that Manchester United have agreed a fee of £26.3m for the 27=year-old Armenian attacking midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

WBA - Mainz and Lazio are rivalling WBA for 28-year-old Polish international centre-back Michal Pazdan, who has a contract at Legia Warszaw until 2019.

SOUTHAMPTON - Saints are said to be close to the signature of 54-year-old former Nice manager Claude Puel as the successor to departed Ronald Koeman. Prior to his arrival the board have sold Sadio Mane to Liverpool in addition to Victor Wanyama to Spurs. Perhaps my speculation that Koeman didn't receive assurances in January over the future of his players this summer played a big part in his departure, just as it did with Mauricio Pochettino.

CHELSEA - Roma have reject a bid from Chelsea for 28-year-old Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan. The Italian club insist he isn't for sale which is why Chelsea have been turning their attentions to fellow Belgian, Azel Witsel. Chelsea could possibly return with another bid in August though..

BARCELONA - Neymar rejects PSG, well why wouldn't he, nobody leaves Barcelona to take a step down to PSG unless the Spanish champions don't want them. The fact they were willing to make him the world highest paid player meant nothing. Three clubs were happy to pay his release fee, Manchester United, PSG and Real Madrid. The Brazilian isn't interested in leaving Barcelona. The whole situation is about his tax trial and he has told Barcelona to sort it out before he signs a new contract, which Spanish sports paper Sport say he is going to do.



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