Liverpool, Spurs battling Serie A giants for North Korean teen; Griezmann in €100m Man Utd U-turn

Spurs and Liverpool are engaging Juventus for a young North Korean star, while Antoine Griezmann could even now join Manchester United, as indicated by Wednesday's European papers. 

Han Kwang Song


Juventus met delegates of Serie A side Cagliari to talk about an arrangement for a detailed Liverpool and Spurs focus, as indicated by

Their report asserts that representatives of the two clubs met in a notable lodging in Milan to talk about the forthcoming exchange advertise.

Juventus' donning executive Fabio Paratici was there to enquire about North Korean sensation Kwang Song Han, who has been connected with a move to both of the previously mentioned Premier League sides.

The 19-year-old wonderkid spent the primary portion of the season on credit at Serie B side Perugia where he was massively noteworthy, pulling in enthusiasm from some best clubs. asserted before in the month that the Premier League twosome would make firm methodologies should Cagliari get consigned. At last, they completed over the spotted line and maintained a strategic distance from the drop, be that as it may.


Antoine Griezmann could consider a move to Manchester United after he dismissed an exchange to Barcelona, as indicated by reports.

The France universal has been reliably connected with a move to the Red Devils over the previous year or something like that yet Barca as of late entered the race as leaders for his mark.

In any case, Spanish outlet Don Balon claims Griezmann is currently prepared to consider an offer from United after he reprimanded enthusiasm from the Catalan goliaths.

The 27-year-old may have joined Jose Mourinho's side the previous summer yet Atletico Madrid's exchange boycott saw him remain in Spain.

The report proceeds by saying that United could have some opposition from neighbors Manchester City, however, with Pep Guardiola excited about Griezmann on the off chance that he passes up a major opportunity for key target, Riyad Mahrez.


Mohamed Salah has requested time to consider his Liverpool future in the midst of detailed enthusiasm from Real Madrid, a report claims.

As indicated by Spanish outlet Don Balon, the Egypt universal is thinking about a move to the Bernabeu this late spring.

Reports have proposed that Salah is Real's late spring need in front of a squad update, and Don Balon expressed yesterday that the LaLiga monsters have opened chats with the player's agents over a potential move in the forthcoming exchange window.

Los Blancos are purportedly preparing a colossal offered to entice Liverpool to offer Salah, who scored 48 objectives in all rivalries.

Salah does not have any desire to hurry into the move, and it might all depend on whether Gareth Bale leaves the Spanish capital this mid year.

Paris Saint-Germain are planning to bait Cristiano Ronaldo far from Real Madrid this mid year by offering a €45 million (£40m) per-year contract

Juventus will part with Chelsea target Gonzalo Higuain to free up assets to acquire fortifications (Tuttosport)

Genuine Madrid are prepared to attack nearby adversaries Atletico Madrid keeping in mind the end goal to secure the mark of Manchester United target Jose Gimenez (Marca)

Bayern Munich are occupied with acquiring Gareth Bale from Real Madrid however are improbable meet the Champions League victors' asking cost (AS)

Paris Saint-Germain should make an endeavor to sign Toni Kroos from Real Madrid, Thiago Motta says

Entomb striker Mauro Icardi is set to be a mid year exchange focus for Chelsea

Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen is the most recent name to have been added to Real Madrid's rundown of exchange targets (Marca)

Reports that Borussia Dortmund forward Christian Pulisic could move to the Premier League have been expelled as "nonsense"

Manchester United have been given a tremendous lift in their quest for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in view of the most recent remarks from Lazio president Claudio Lotito

Bury Milan set their sights on Tottenham star Moussa Dembélé (Corriere dello Sport)