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Paper Talk: Man Utd in three-way transfer scrap to offer €12m star exciting career turn; Liverpool get big striker boost

Manchester United are in a transfer tussle for a star looking for a new career pathway, while Liverpool get a striker boost – both in all the latest Paper Talk.


Manchester United have registered interest in a transfer for Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Keylor Navas, a report claims.

The Red Devils have made bolstering their goalkeeping ranks a key task in this summer’s transfer window. While Dean Henderson has become the undisputed No. 1, doubt has emerged over David de Gea. The Spaniard has two years left on his deal, but it remains unclear if he will play second fiddle.

Behind the pair, reports have claimed that Lee Grant could enter a coaching role. As such, the hunt is on for a new back-up star.

Current Aston Villa deputy Tom Heaton has had links with a move back to Old Trafford for some time.

According to Marca, though, United now have interest in PSG’s Costa Rica international Navas.

The 34-year-old has had a topsy-turvy time between the sticks of late, starting with his time at Real Madrid. While he was the No. 1 choice for some time, Thibaut Courtois’ arrival changed that.

The same is happening at PSG, who are closing in on signing Gianluigi Donnarumma. The highly-rated Italy international has become a lucrative free agent after failing to agree a new deal with AC Milan.

As such, Navas wants to enjoy a twist of fate, with United keen to sign him. However, Juventus and Milan are both also interested.

Juve are aware of Gianluigi Buffon’s impending departure, while Milan are looking to replace Donnarumma.

PSG reportedly want €12million (£10.3million) for their 93-cap international.

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RB Salzburg striker Patson Daka has rejected interest from West Ham. Leicester and Liverpool have also been linked with the forward. (Football Insider)

Granit Xhaka’s move to Roma from Arsenal has hit a roadblock because the two clubs have reached a ‘stalemate’ in negotiations. (Corrierre dello Sport)

Burnley defender James Tarkowski has his heart set on a move to West Ham this summer. The Englishman was the subject of Hammers interest last summer, but a deal did not materialise. (Football Insider)

Meanwhile, Burnley have begun ‘advanced’ negotiations over a deal for ex-Manchester United man Ashley Young. (Sky Sports)

Liverpool have an interest in Brighton midfielder Pascal Gross. Previous reports have also claimed Reds interest in the Seagulls’ Yves Bissouma. (Tuttomercatoweb)


England manager Gareth Southgate has given his Euro 2020 squad the license to play long balls at the tournament. That is despite Jordan Pickford and John Stones arguing about it against Croatia. (Daily Telegraph)

Meanwhile, England’s players became frustrated at the lack of a drinks break in Sunday’s win at Wembley. (Daily Mail)

Three Lions hero Raheem Sterling will discuss his Manchester City future in the coming months. However, he does not want to be used as a bargaining chip in negotiations. (Daily Telegraph)


Leicester are close to sealing the signing of midfielder Boubakary Soumare from Lille. (Daily Mail)

Youri Tielemans has subsequently been linked with a move away – and to Liverpool – but he has responded to those rumours. (Leicestershire Live)

Aaron Ramsey has performed a U-turn on his Juventus future and now wants a club where he can be “feel good again”. (Daily Mirror)


Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho believes that he is close to sealing a move to Manchester United. (Manchester Evening News)

Simon Kjaer has made himself a candidate for the AC Milan captaincy after his crucial role in helping Christian Eriksen after his collapse on Saturday. (Daily Star)

Tottenham have joined Liverpool in the hunt for Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini. (Il Messagero)

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