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Jadon Sancho still desires a move to Old Trafford, while Inter Milan are keen to buy Alexis Sanchez.
20-year-old Sancho, has been linked with a host of European giants after impressing for Borussia Dortmund.
While he could be destined for Manchester United, United may need to get rid of Sanchez for good.
TOP STORY – SANCHO WANTS TO JOIN MANCHESTER UNITED
Sancho wants a move to Manchester United but the Premier League giants must still find an agreement with Dortmund, according to Footy Area.
The England international has been linked to the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Real Madrid.
Sancho joined Borussia Dortmund is still contracted at Dortmund until 2022.
. Sanchez, who is on loan at Inter from United could be staying at the San Siro even longer. Footy Area reports that the Serie A giants are looking to sign the Chilean star permanently from Manchester United, for a reduced price of €20million.
. Eric Garcia could be getting closer to a return to Barcelona. Footy Area reports that the La liga holders have started negotiations with Manchester City regarding the defender, who left Barcelona for City in 2017.
. Despite all the uncertainty surrounding his future, Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is looking forward a new and improved contract at Arsenal. ESPN reports the forward wants a minimum of £250,000 per week for three years.
. Tottenham have now turned down the chance to move Tanguy Ndombele on. The Telegraph reports that Spurs rejected an offer to send Ndombele to Juventus in a swap deal which includes Aaron Ramsey.
. Footy Area says Tottenham are trying to sign Napoli forward Arkadiusz Milik, but are facing competition from Juventus.
. Daniele De Rossi may have only just retired this year, but the former Roma star is already attracting interest to be a coach. According to Esiwe Chosen, Fiorentina are ready to offer the retired star the chance to take the manager position.
That’s all from our experts on the weekly football news round up from across Europe.
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