Monday morning transfer updates for Chelsea, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United and others, plus latest done deals.
Pau Torres Favours Manchester United Move Over Real Madrid
Pau Torres is reportedly ready to snub Real Madrid and join Manchester United instead in the summer transfer window.
Pau Torres has established himself as one of the best defenders in La Liga since finally enjoying a breakthrough season with Villarreal in 2019/20. This term, he has only gone from strength to strength, has become a pivotal figure in Unai Emery’s side, making 32 appearances across all competitions while also chipping in with 3 goals.
Thomas Tuchel asks Chelsea FC owner to sign Erling Haaland
Chelsea FC manager Thomas Tuchel has asked Roman Abramovich to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland, according to a report.
he same article states that Tuchel has personally asked Abramovich to use Werner as part of a deal for Haaland such as the Chelsea FC manager’s desperation to sign Haaland.
According to the same story, the new Blues manager hasn’t held back with his regards to his coaching style with Werner.
Barcelona, Juventus, PSG ‘battling for Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero’
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is reportedly at the centre of a three-way transfer tussle between Barcelona, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.
Aguero has been tipped to head back to his native Argentina with boyhood club Independiente del Valle, but three top clubs in Europe supposedly believe that the 32-year-old still has some years left in him at the elite level.
According to Marca, PSG, Juventus and Barcelona are all tempted by the prospect of landing Aguero on a free this summer, with the latter hoping that the striker’s potential arrival could convince Lionel Messi to pen a new deal.
Done deal: Joel Walsh Signs Long-term contract extension
Lincoln City is pleased to announce that defender Joe Walsh has signed a long-term contract extension with the club.
Walsh has made 19 appearances in all competitions for the Imps this season, keeping nine clean sheets as he plays a key role in Michael Appleton’s side.
Done deal: Ex-Sheffield Wednesday player joins Ross Wallace on Burnley coaching staff
David Jones, the former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder, has been appointed to the coaching team at Burnley.
Since then he’s had a short-term playing deal at League Two side Oldham but now is set to join the academy set-up at the Lancashire club.