Manchester United and Barcelona are at 17 million pounds according to estimates by Frenkie de Jong – Paper Talk | Transfer center news

All the top stories and rumors from Saturday’s national newspapers …


Manchester United still want to attract Frankie de Jong from Barcelona, ​​but the two clubs remain around 20 million euros (17.2 million British pounds) in their estimates of the Dutch midfielder.

Premier League players will face unprecedented workloads amid frantic pressure to push matches before the World Cup kicks off in November.

Steph Houghton was visibly angry and extremely upset after manager Sarina Wigman told him he would not be part of the England squad for the European Championship this summer.

Christian Horner called the FIA’s move to ban Formula One guinea pigs “very unfair”, suggesting that other teams should not be punished for Mercedes’ failure to control the violent jumping of its cars.


Watford striker Emmanuel Dennis with £ 20 million is on Everton’s list of targets this summer if Richardson leaves the club before the end of the transfer window.

Emmanuel Dennis of Watford celebrates his equalizer
Emmanuel Dennis of Watford is celebrating

Real Madrid striker Rodrigo has revealed that he and his team-mates mocked Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah before and after their final Champions League victory over the Reds last month.


Fulham are ready to complete the signing for 7 million pounds with the striker Manor Solomon from Shaktar Donetsk.

Barcelona President Joan Laporta has supported the “suffering” Gerard Pique and confirmed that he is not retiring from football.


Jurien Timber is ready to become the last transfer target of Manchester United, which will reject the club with the Dutch national team, which is expected to stay at Ajax this summer.

Tottenham are still hoping to tie Harry Kane to a new contract this summer, but they are still on the hunt for a new striker – and now their hopes of signing Everton striker Richardson are back.

Mason Greenwood is due to face a closed court hearing next week as police try to extend his bail amid an ongoing investigation.

Arsenal have rejected an initial offer for Gabriel Jesus, but are still confident that they will agree on a deal with Manchester City.

Gabriel Jesus celebrates his goal (AP)
Gabriel Jesus celebrates his goal (AP)


The Global Gymnasts’ Union will require the governing body of sport and the International Olympic Committee to make major reforms to prevent further shocking abuses of abuse.

A major change to the shock management regulations will be announced next week, with World Rugby ready to extend the mandatory suspension period for affected players to 12 days from 1 July.


Sevilla have reportedly prepared an initial offer as they hope to attract Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos this summer.

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Partick Thistle can hire Cole McKinnon from Rangers.

Rangers are ready to receive summer offers for goalkeeper Robbie McCrory.

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