Chelsea and Manchester City are aware of Presnel Kimpembe's frustrations at PSG and are moving to prise the youngster away from Paris. City see the 23-year-old as cover for Aymeric Laporte. [via @lequipe]
Man City are ready to pay Rodri's €70m release clause. Atlético and Diego Simeone want to keep the Spaniard, but are clear that they will not make a big effort in improving his deal. With worry of City signing Rodri, Atlético have started looking at replacements. [via @sport] Diego Simeone’s side are trying to convince Adrien... Continue Reading →
Ilkay Gundogan: "There are many different moments from the current season, But I will definitely never forget one thing, even if it’s a bit dated: When I injured my knee in 2016, I thought, ‘That’s it now with my transfer to Manchester City.' Ilkay Gundogan: "But Pep had phoned me a day later and told... Continue Reading →
Inter have pushed the brakes on their pursuit of Manchester City full-back Danilo as he is no longer a priority target for the club. Danilo has given the green light and Inter have already thrashed out personal terms with the player over a contract. [via @Gazzetta_it] Inter are having trouble affording the price demanded by... Continue Reading →
Leroy Sane and Ilkay Gundogan both make the Germany squad for next month's European Championship qualifiers.
Ilkay Gundogan: "If players in our team at one or another time do not play, it has now become a normal fact that there are automatic rumours. As our coach has already said, the club wants to keep Leroy." [via @BILD]
Raheem Sterling intends to talk with the FA and the Premier League this summer about combating racism. "If I can get to speak to the FA the Premier League and see how we can look about doing things better in the future for sure I will be there in person to try and do that."
Guillem Balague: "As we know, Manchester City are willing to pay his [Rodri] buyout clause, It’s up to Rodri what he wants to do next. He will get better paid certainly at City, but he wants to hear from Atletico Madrid first." [via YouTube: Guillem Balague]