England coach intentionally helps Manchester Unite, Man City spend heavily on Grealish, Werner stays at Chelsea, … is the football transfer news on June 26.
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England coach intentionally help MU?
British public opinion is bursting with a ‘conspiracy theory’ involving Manchester United, coach Gareth Southgate and player Jadon Sancho. Specifically, the strategist of the Three Lions is limiting the use of Sancho as little as possible to help MU press the price of Dortmund.
Accordingly, Southgate is a loyal fan of Man Utd, and the fact that he did not give Sancho the opportunity to shine means Dortmund has no reason to shout prices with the Red Devils. Meanwhile, there is an opinion that Southgate left Sancho on the bench as an attempt for the knock-out round.
Man City spends heavily on Grealish
According to exclusive Sportsmail, Man City target Aston Villa captain midfielder Jack Grealish and are ready to break the team’s transfer record for the 25-year-old English star. It is known that Man City’s transfer budget this summer is at least £ 100 million.
Werner’s representative confirms client’s future
Recently, Karlheinz Forster – Werner’s agent has denied all rumors surrounding this striker. Through Sport1, Forster asserts: “You can’t rule out anything. But, if I had to assess the situation at the moment, I would very clearly confirm that Timo will stay at Chelsea.”.
Arsenal are about to complete their first deal
The European press simultaneously published about Arsenal reaching an agreement to sign Brighton midfielder Ben White for £ 50 million. Sources have revealed that Ben White is also keen on joining Arsenal and negotiating personal terms will not be a problem.
Haaland will not come to England to play?
The Marca newspaper confirmed that Erling Haaland had rejected the offer of the three English football giants, Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea. At the same time, Real Madrid is said to be the next destination of this striker. It is likely that the Royal team will spend 112 million pounds to own the signature of the Norwegian striker.
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