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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keeping watch on all four extremes as Man Utd looks to spend big this summer, while Liverpool already have Jurgen Klopp’s successor in mind, according to transfer rumors on Sunday.
FOUR WINGS ON THE UNITED RADAR
United manchester They are reportedly looking at all four extremes, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to bolster his front line with a huge investment in the summer.
A new right wing is known to be one of the positions the Red Devils boss seeks to strengthen.
Jadon Sancho has long been considered his main target, but Dortmund are ruling him out.
And the Daily express He has listed four alternatives that the Norwegian continues to monitor.
The first is the Leicester star Harvey barnes, which is enjoying an exceptional season for high-flying foxes.
The 23-year-old England hopeful has scored nine goals and added four assists this season.
However, reports on Saturday claimed that Barnes is close to reaching a new deal with Brendan Rodgers’ men.
Sun explorers working overtime
The second player on his list is Newcastle Flyer. Allan Saint-Maximin.
The Frenchman impressed with his pace and tricks in United’s recent 3-1 win over the Magpies.
It would be available for much less than Barnes, if Steve Bruce’s men were relegated this season.
Next on the list is the Lobos forward. Pedro Neto, who has had a good season despite his team’s disappointing campaign.
Neto is predominantly on the left, but can also play on the right. He could follow old Wolves teammate Diogo Jota if Molineux’s team doesn’t qualify for Europe.
And last but certainly not least is the Leeds winger Raphinha.
the Fast says Leeds will find it difficult to retain the Brazilian, that has been superb for the funny side of Marcelo Bielsa.
He is a naturally right-side attacker who has a close bond with Bruno Fernandes after their time together at Sporting Lisbon.
Leeds paid £ 17m for Raphinha and has no plans to try to collect him, but United could try to test the waters if they decide not to sign Sancho.
THE END IS NIGHT FOR KLOPP
Steven Gerrard is lining up to replace Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool boss, with growing doubts about the German’s long-term future at Anfield. (Sunday Mirror)
Klopp refuses to even contemplate the sale of Mo Salah after seeing the Egyptian star prove that he is priceless to Liverpool during this hellish season. (Sunday Mirror)
Leicester is in advanced talks about a new deal with winger Harvey Barnes, who is wanted by Liverpool and Manchester United. (Sunday Mirror)
Arsenal, Celtic and Rangers are among several clubs that want 19-year-old Wigan forward Kyle Joseph, whose contract expires this summer. (Sunday Mirror)
Pep Guardiola’s toxic relationship with superagent Mino Raiola will not prevent Manchester City from joining the £ 100m race with rivals
Manchester United will sign Erling Haaland. (Sunday Mirror)
Mikel Arteta admits he is under pressure amid the rebuilding of Arsenal. (Sunday Mirror)
AND MORE GOSSIP TRANSFER
Tottenham will have to pay José Mourinho 35 million pounds if they decide to fire him. (Mail on Sunday)
“Tough” Gareth Bale is “unfairly” criticized, believes Tottenham and Wales teammate Ben Davies. (Mail on Sunday)
Real Madrid will be open to offers for French defender Raphael Varane in the summer. That’s if talks about extending his contract beyond 2022 don’t work out. (Mail on Sunday)
Eric Bailly is in talks about a new long-term contract with Manchester United. There are only 16 months left on your current contract. (Sun Sunday)
Manchester United target Nikola Milenkovic is ‘open’ to a summer change to Old Trafford. (Sun Sunday)
Former Chelsea player Todd Kane warned that year after year he lends himself to youngsters leaving Stamford Bridge. (Sun Sunday)
Lautaro Martínez has promised his future to Inter Milan after his signing for Barcelona failed. (Sun Sunday)
Harry Kane is likely to stay at Tottenham for at least the next season. There is a growing feeling that the biggest clubs in Europe will have little money to spend due to Covid. (Sunday Telegraph)