Gossip: Pogba gives Man Utd ‘no encouragement’; Kane ‘confident’

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Gossip: Pogba gives Man Utd ‘no encouragement’; Kane ‘confident’

Paul Pogba has given Man Utd ‘no encouragement’ he will sign a new deal, while Harry Kane is ‘confident’ Spurs will sell him…


It is unlikely that Paul Pogba will renew his contract at Man Utd this season amid interest from Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports.

The Frenchman has reportedly rejected the offer of and PSG are said to be interested in signing him this summer. Pogba has just one year remaining on his current contract at Old Trafford and reports suggest Man Utd with the 28-year-old if they are offered a suitable transfer fee.

claim that Man Utd are ‘anticipating an approach’ from French side PSG before the transfer window closes this summer, while Pogba has given them ‘no encouragement’ that he is ‘prepared to sign a new deal’. His controversial agent, Mino Raiola, has already ‘been in discussions with PSG about personal terms as the French club lay the groundwork for a move’.

The newspaper adds that PSG ‘believe a bid of up to €50m (£43m) for Pogba could be enough to persuade United to sell’ this summer as they risk losing him for free in a year’s time. Man Utd are ‘believed to be in the process of sounding out a number of midfielders but it is unclear at this stage if they plan to sign a direct replacement should Pogba go or use any funds from a prospective sale to bring in a defensive midfielder’.


Harry Kane thinks Tottenham will sell him this summer as he prepares to elsewhere by the end of the transfer window, according to a report.

claimed Spurs chairman Daniel Levy had performed a U-turn and was now willing to sell Kane to Manchester City for £160m. whether City were prepared to pay that kind of money for the England captain.

It was almost immediately , who said that both City and Spurs had been taken “a little bit by surprise” by the report.

However, are here with the latest on Saturday, claiming that Kane ‘believes’ Tottenham are ‘are willing to sell him this summer in what he considers to be a shift in the club’s position’. Spurs have apparently valued Kane at £150m, with City the only serious contenders for his signature, but ‘at this point they will not meet Tottenham’s valuation’.

Spurs ‘say their position is unchanged’ but Kane ‘believes that the club have changed their mind in recent weeks and warmed to the idea of letting him go, as they try to raise funds to rebuild the squad’.



Inter Milan are demanding at least £102.5m from Chelsea for Romelu Lukaku if the Blues are unable to sign Erling Haaland…Manchester City have reached an agreement with Jack Grealish and are ready to offer Aston Villa £90m for the England midfielder…Kylian Mbappe has told PSG he does not intend to sign an extension to his contract, which runs to 2022, and wants to leave the club this summer or next…Arsenal will not be offering a new contract to Alexandre Lacazette and are inviting bids of about £15m for their former record signing to help fund a move for Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham.


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Hamann: Sancho ‘the best winger in world football’

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Hamann: Sancho ‘the best winger in world football’

Former Liverpool midfielder Didi Hamann has hailed Jadon Sancho as “the best winger in world football” following the completion of his move to Manchester United.

The return to Manchester has been a long time coming, with United narrowly missing out on an acquisition last summer after failing to agree on a transfer fee with Borussia Dortmund.

This time around, though, the German outfit would sanction a , providing Sancho the chance to make his mark in the Premier League after tearing up the Bundesliga.

The 21-year-old racked up 37 goals and 47 assists across his last three campaigns, and is credited by Hamann as a player who raises the game of others as he “pulls defenders out of position”.

The German told the Racing Post: “It’s a big season for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United too and I expect Jadon Sancho to be a star at Old Trafford.

“I’ve rarely seen a winger who can beat his man so easily, he drops the shoulder and just walks past defenders.

“Sancho could galvanise the likes of and Paul Pogba at United too. Having watched him in the Bundesliga, he makes other players better, creating chances and pulling defenders out of position, and we saw glimpses of that in England’s quarter-final win against Ukraine at Euro 2020.

“I was surprised that he was on the periphery of that tournament, he would be my first choice as a manager.

“In my view, not only is Sancho England’s best winger, he’s the best winger in world football and United fans should be very excited about his return to Manchester.”

Sancho will recognise a few familiar faces upon his arrival at Old Trafford, having befriended Luke Shaw, Rashford and Harry Maguire on international duty.

The quartet were part of the England squad that made it to the final of Euro 2020, though Sancho would miss a costly penalty in the shootout against Italy and, along with Bukayo Saka and Rashford, was later racially abused by supporters.

“I’m not going to pretend that I didn’t see the racial abuse that me and my brothers Marcus and Bukayo received after the game, but sadly it’s nothing new,” he said on Instagram. “As a society we need to do better, and hold these people accountable.

“Hate will never win. To all the young people who have received similar abuse, hold your heads up high and keep chasing the dream.”

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