TOTTENHAM are believed to be ready to sell Harry Kane for £150m – but they'll only take cash.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is said to not be willing to accept any offer that contains players in exchange.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are gearing up for a £150m-PLUS bid for Erling Haaland, according to reports.

Meanwhile PSG are in talks with Lionel Messi over a possible transfer from Barcelona, the club president has implied.

Nasser Al Khelaifi said: "I am not talking about ongoing negotiations."

And Liverpool's Georginio Wijnaldum looks almost certain to head to Paris after snubbing Barcelona, who couldn't match the offer from France.

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  • Jake Lambourne


    Arsenal are reportedly considering making an offer for AC Milan star Hakan Calhanoglu if they miss out on Martin Odegaard.

    Arsenal are waiting to hear whether the 22-year-old Dane features in Carlo Ancelotti's first-team plans.

    But according to CBS Sports reporter James Benge, the Londoners have shortlisted an alternative in Calhanoglu, 27.

    He posted on Twitter: "Arsenal still retain strong interest in Martin Odegaard.

    "What sort of deal can be done there [if any] will depend on decision of new Real Madrid coaching staff and Florentino Perez.

    "Another target who Arsenal are understood to have broached internally is Hakan Calhanoglu, out of contract with AC Milan this summer.

    "He is an option, not clear how high on the list he might be but expectation is he's an alternative to Odegaard."

    Hakan Calhanoglu is reportedly on Arsenal's shortlist this summer
  • Jake Lambourne


    Paul Gascoigne has revealed that he brutally snubbed Chelsea in 1995 when he left Lazio for Rangers.

    He told talkSPORT: "I remember speaking to [then Lazio boss] Dino Zoff and asking him what clubs were interested in me at the time and he said Chelsea.

    "I said ‘I ain’t going there, what’s the other one?’ He replied Aston Villa.

    "And I said I ain’t going there either, and then he said Rangers. So I’m walking out of the door and I turned around and said ‘I ain’t going to Queens Park Rangers’.

    "No, Glasgow Rangers. I slammed the door and said to Dino get them over quickly.

    "I remember [Rangers boss] Walter Smith turning up and going ‘let me tell you about the club’.

    "I went ‘no, let me tell you what I’ve got in the fridge…. and I came out with two Budweisers. He said ‘you’re signing, aren’t you?!'"

  • Jake Lambourne


    Phil Foden paid tribute to Paul Gascoigne by recreating the England icon’s famous haircut from Euro 96.

    The Manchester City star has fans hoping the new look will help him inspire the Three Lions this summer the way Gazza did 25 years ago.

    Foden – who has already been compared to Gascoigne in terms of playing style – took things to a new level by unveiling his fresh trim for the Euros.

    Ahead of England’s first Group D game against Croatia on Sunday, the 21-year-old revealed he has bleached his usually dark locks blonde.

    And in case any fans were in doubt about the Gascoigne reference, Foden captioned a picture on his Instagram story: “Euro 96 vibes.”

    Phil Foden’s latest haircut has been inspired by Paul Gascoigne’s Euro 96 look
  • Jake Lambourne


    Dani Ceballos has dealt Arsenal a blow by ruling out a return to the Emirates.

    The Spanish midfielder has spent the last two seasons on loan in North London from Real Madrid.

    He made 25 Premier League appearances and scored three goals this season, but it looks like they could be his last games for the Gunners.

    Speaking on Spanish radio station El Larguero, the 24-year-old said: “[Mikel] Arteta is a coach who I am sure will be one of the best in the world in the next few years.

    “But I would like to return to the Spanish league.”

  • Jake Lambourne


    Chelsea are reportedly considering offering Borussia Dortmund Tammy Abraham as part of a player-plus-cash transfer offer for Erling Haaland.

    The Blues want to bring in a new striker when the market reopens this summer.

    And Dortmund ace Haaland, 20, is among their top priorities.

    Talks have already taken place regarding a possible switch to Stamford Bridge for more than £150million.

    However, The Times state the West Londoners may be tempted to try and include Abraham in any deal.

    They value their academy graduate at around £40m.

    So offering Abraham would both reduce the transfer fee Chelsea must pay as well as giving Dortmund somewhat of a replacement No9.

  • Jake Lambourne


    Tottenham stars reportedly had ‘reservations’ about Antonio Conte’s potential arrival last week, because of his ‘extreme and demanding’ methods.

    The Italian was in talks with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, as the North Londoners look to finally replace sacked Jose Mourinho.

    Conte, 51, was happy to come to the club and there were ‘no issues’ with the salary he was being offered.

    The former Chelsea boss impressed Spurs chiefs with his vision for getting the players fit again and improving them defensively.

    But the move broke down over the lack of transfer funds that would be at his disposal. This may, however, come as a relief to some of the players.

    According to The Athletic, some Spurs stars were concerned over how hard they’d be pushed by Conte.

    They had heard from pals at other clubs just how much he pushes his teams, and that he pays ‘little attention’ to utilising clubs’ academies or developing young players.

  • Jake Lambourne


    Man City want to sign Aston Villa star Jack Grealish this summer, according to reports.

    Pep Guardiola is eager to strengthen his side, following their Champions League final disappointment.

    Finding a new striker to replace Sergio Aguero is key to City’s agenda.

    But securing Grealish’s signature is of ‘equal’ importance, according to ESPN.

    They also claim that Guardiola is insistent that City must pounce on Grealish ahead of rivals Manchester United, should Villa be willing to do business.

    The Midlanders are believed to value their captain at around £100million.

    City have been ‘encouraged’ that a deal could be done by Villa’s £33m acquisition of Norwich’s fellow creator Emi Buendia.

  • Jake Lambourne


    Harry Kane is dreaming of a stunning Euro 2020 trophy double as the England captain wants to lead his country to victory in the final at Wembley on July 11.

    And he is also on a mission to add to his personal collection of gongs by once again bagging the Golden Boot.

    He said: “As a striker, if you are scoring, you are helping the team. That’s always my aim — and to win.

    “Of course, I’d love to win another Golden Boot. More importantly, I’d love to be lifting that Euros trophy.

    “Whatever way we get there, whether it’s me scoring or others, it doesn’t bother me as long as we are winning games.

    “That’s why we play football on the hihest stage, to be involved in the biggest games. Once most guys are on the pitch, instinct takes over.”

  • Jake Lambourne


    Jadon Sancho is interested in a move to LaLiga, according to reports.

    The Borussia Dortmund winger, 21, looks on course to leave the German club this summer.

    Manchester United are desperate to land the star, especially now Dortmund have lowered their asking price to £80million.

    But according to The Times, Sancho wants to try his luck in Spain.

    Barcelona and Real Madrid are the traditional big hitters of LaLiga, although Atletico Madrid did win the league this season.

    The Nou Camp or Bernabeu would be the more likely options for the winger.

  • Jake Lambourne


    Barcelona are plotting a sensational FIVE-PLAYER raid of Manchester City, according to reports.

    The LaLiga giants have already turned to Pep Guardiola’s squad to sign Eric Garcia and Sergio Aguero on free transfers.

    But after missing out on Georginio Wijnaldum – with Paris Saint-Germain winning the race for the free agent – Barca are set to turn back to City with FIVE Etihad stars in sight.

    To fill the void of Wijnaldum, Spanish outlets El Chiringuito TV and Sport have claimed Ronald Koeman wants in-form Ilkay Gundogan.

    El Chiringuito TV even claims Barcelona have met with the agents of both Gundogan AND Riyad Mahrez after their sensational seasons.

    Madrid-based Sky Sports journalist Matteo Moretto has claimed Barcelona are pondering a move for Raheem Sterling.

    And Sport have also claimed Barcelona are in the market for Aymeric Laporte and Gabriel Jesus in a staggering raid of City.

  • Jake Lambourne


    PSG are on the verge of signing Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to reports.

    The giant stopper left boyhood club AC Milan at the end of the season, upon the expiry of his contract.

    Agent Mino Raiola failed to come to an agreement with the Italian giants after long negotiations.

    The 22-year-old's free agency sparked interest from around Europe in Italy's No1, but it is PSG that appear to have won the race.

    According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, the Ligue 1 side are set to complete the deal 'in the next hours'.

    Donnarumma will sign a five-year contract on £200,000-a-week in Paris, and he will be granted the No99 shirt in the French capital.

    Gianluigi Donnarumma played 251 times for AC Milan
  • Jake Lambourne


    AC Milan are reportedly preparing a TRIPLE transfer raid on Chelsea for Hakim Ziyech, Olivier Giroud and Fikayo Tomori.

    All three players have found game time hard to come by at Stamford Bridge this season.

    And Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that Serie A runners-up Milan are ready to pounce.

    Tomori was shipped out on loan to AC Milan, where he obviously impressed with his performances.

    Big things were expected of Ziyech after he joined Chelsea last summer for £37million from Ajax.

    But the Moroccan arrived injured and didn't do enough to impress previous boss Frank Lampard or his predecessor Thomas Tuchel.

    La Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting AC Milan are planning a sensational triple transfer raid
  • Jake Lambourne


    Rio Ferdinand has slammed fans who boo England players taking the knee as ‘ignorant’.

    A number of supporters at the Three Lions’ Euro 2020 warm-up friendlies jeered the pre-game gesture.

    Ferdinand told his YouTube channel: “These fans, these ignorant people going to these games, they haven’t got a clue.

    “They don’t know what the players are kneeling for. It’s not a political stance.

    “All these people saying, ‘BLM is a political movement’ – [the knee] is nothing to do with [BLM]. So take that out of your mind.”

  • Jake Lambourne


    Arsenal legend Sol Campbell has blasted the current Gunners after claiming that his old club have become ‘soft’.

    Speaking to Ladbrokes at the launch of their new European Championships 5-a-side Bet, Campbell said: “When I was at Arsenal we had a team of tough guys… I don’t know whether things have softened now.

    “When I was there we had a team full of tough guys. All great gentlemen, straight-talking.

    “There were loads of characters, great banter and with that came a few fights from time to time. But above all that, it was a team full of great personalities; great people.

    “We didn’t shy away from things at all. Is football like that now? Are Arsenal like that now? I don’t think so.

    “We were ruthless gentlemen. There is such a thing; you know what’s good and what’s bad but when it comes to football there’s no mucking around.

    “It’s as simple as that.”

  • Etienne Fermie


    Manchester United have failed in their £39m bid to land Cristian Romero, reports say.

    Italian club Atalanta are holding out for £52m for the Argentine defender.

    Tuttosport in Italy claim that Romero, 23, is not 'indispensable' to the Serie A side and they could look to sell.

    The report also adds that negotiations aren't currently active but United are lining up a bid.

    The Italian side are reportedly planning to make Romero's from Juventus permanent for £21.5m before cashing in on his services.

    They could then look to sell Romero for £39m and make a huge profit.

    And the Red Devils are said to be leading the race for the Argentina international's signature.

    Manchester United are chasing Atalanta's Cristian Romero, reports say
  • Etienne Fermie


    England star Marcus Rashford believes that the Three Lions' squad players can add an extra 'spark' to the first XI.

    The Man United forward is one of a number of attacking players vying for a place, and he believes that everyone will contribute.

    He said: "Don't get me wrong, everybody wants to be in the first XI – but I think from my experience of being in tournaments you need a squad.

    "You have to have players capable of coming on at different moments and giving that extra spark. I think in our squad we have that all over the pitch, so to be honest it (starting against Croatia) is not at the front of my mind.

    "We go there as a squad that's trying to win a tournament. Whether or not you're starting in the first XI you've still got a massive role to play if we want to win the tournament.

    "You're being deluded if you expect 11 players to win seven games – and you're playing games in a short space of time. The squad's going have to be utilised and to be honest I'm excited and looking forward to it."

    Marcus Rashford is confident in all of the options that Gareth Southgate has at his disposal
  • Etienne Fermie


    Cristiano Ronaldo's representatives have reportedly contacted Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain over a potential summer switch.

    The 36-year-old is continuing discussions with his club Juventus and has just a year left on his deal there.

    But according to ESPN his team are 'continuing to gauge interest from some of Europe's top clubs'.

    Ronaldo scored 36 goals in 44 games in all competitions for Juve last season, but the Italian giants finished 13 points behind champs Inter Milan.

    They only guaranteed a Champions League spot on the final game of the season with a 4-1 win away at Bologna.

    And while the Old Lady did win the Coppa Italia, it is expected new boss Massimiliano Allegri will switch up his squad this summer.

    ESPN adds that Ronaldo's team have spoken to Allegri, but that no decision on his future will be made until after Euro 2020 where he captains Portugal.

    Cristiano Ronaldo won the Coppa Italia with Juventus – but could make a move this summer
  • Etienne Fermie


    Germany battered minnows Latvia in their final Euro 2020 warm-up match last night.

    Joachim Low's side go into the tournament full of confidence after dismantling the 138th placed side in the Fifa Rankings.

    Atalanta star Robin Gosens got the goal-fest started in the 19th minute – with Ilkay Gundogan and Thomas Muller strikes making it 3-0 before the half-hour mark.

    A Robert Ozols own goal swiftly made it four, before Serge Gnabry put Die Mannschaft 5-0 up on the stroke of half-time.

    Timo Werner and Leroy Sane efforts put the Germans 7-0 up, although Aleksejs Saveljevs grabbed a consolation with 15 minutes remaining.

  • Etienne Fermie


    Manchester United and Arsenal have been warned Ben White will cost £50million, according to reports.

    The Brighton defender, 23, enjoyed a fine debut Premier League season this term.

    And he was rewarded for his form by replacing the injured Trent Alexander-Arnold in England's final 26-man squad for Euro 2020.

    Brighton are unsurprisingly desperate to keep hold of the Three Lions star beyond this summer.

    And to do so, the Daily Mail say the Seagulls have slapped a £50m price tag on the Dorset-born defender.

    United continue their hunt for a long-term partner for Harry Maguire with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer keen to cement a solid defensive pairing this summer.

    And Arsenal have lost David Luiz so may well be on the hunt for a new centre-back – but cannot offer European football next term.

    Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool, Roma, Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund have all also been linked with White.

    Brighton have slapped a £50m price tag on their England defender Ben White
  • Joshua Jones


    Manchester United are rumoured to be getting closer to signing Jadon Sancho, with reports suggesting the German club will now accept £80million for the England winger.

    Tottenham are set to appoint ex-Juve chief Fabio Paratici as their new director of football, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.

    Romano has also reported Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum is on the verge of joining Paris Saint-Germain ahead of Spanish giants Barcelona.

    Another player set to leave the Premier League is Granit Xhaka, who is rumoured to be close to joining Jose Mourinho at Roma this summer.

    Arsenal, who are currently being linked with Wolves star Ruben Neves, are believed to have accepted a £22m bid for the Swiss midfielder.

    Riyad Mahrez won't be joining the Gunners after saying he wants to 'finish his career' at Manchester City.

    And neither will Norwich playmaker Emi Buendia as he's agreed to join Aston Villa.

    Chelsea may be more optimistic about their alleged pursuit of Erling Haaland as they are said to be undertaking 'intense' work to sign the Norweigan.

    Finally, Leicester City have agreed a fee with Celtic for striker Odsonne Edouard.

  • Thomas Blow


    Daniel Levy will demand a cash-only deal for star striker Harry Kane.

    The Tottenham chairman wants at least £150million for his England captain – if he is prepared to let him leave at all, that is.

    But he is definitely not interested in ‘cast-offs’ as part of a player-exchange deal for the 27-year-old.

  • Thomas Blow


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    When we think of Euro ’96, several beautiful images come to mind – Gazza’s goal, Pearce’s ­penalty and all of the win against Holland.

    But two unpleasant images pop up too – one being a heartbroken Gareth Southgate after his penalty miss in the semi-final against Germany.

    And, from a month or so before that, the photos of the infamous night out in Hong Kong.

    Teddy Sheringham, his clothes inexplicably in shreds, was one of many faces staring out of our front pages along with a spirit-soaked Gazza, obviously enjoying an almighty pre-tournament bender.

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  • Thomas Blow


    Germany have beaten Latvia 7-1 ahead of their opening Euro 2020 match against France on Tuesday, June 15.

    And the goals came from seven different players, with ex-Manchester City star Leroy Sane getting the last.

  • Thomas Blow


    Fabio Paratici is set to become Tottenham's new director of football, according to reports.

    The ex-Juve chief's arrival in North London is expected to be announced very soon.

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