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Man Utd battle for €200m duo to replace Pogba, Lukaku


Date published: Thursday 11th July 2019 11:50

The door could be open for Liverpool to make a swoop for a Leipzig star, while Man Utd and PSG are chasing the same €200m pair, according to Thursday’s European papers.



Manchester United have been alerted to news that Lazio need to sell Sergej Milinkovic-Savic quickly while they face competition for both him and Paulo Dybala from PSG, reports claim.

It is believed that United have identified Milinkovic-Savic as the man to replace Paul Pogba, with an €80million (£72m) bid being readied for the Serbia international.

Pogba’s time at Old Trafford appears to be nearing its conclusion as speculation continues to grow surrounding a possible exit.

The maverick midfielder has made clear his desire to seek a new challenge away from Manchester United, with Real Madrid circling as they consider different ways of making a deal possible.

According to, Lazio are aware that they must offload the 24-year-old as they don’t want to keep an unhappy player, and would also like to raise funds for his replacement – Trabzonspor’s Yusuf Yazici.

PSG are also credited with interest in Milinkovic-Savic, while a report from Don Balon now claim that the Parisiens are also after Paulo Dybala.

The Argentine has been mentioned as a possible target for United, both as part of a swap deal for Pogba and as an outright €120m purchase.

Dybala has 73 Serie A goals in 189 games for Palermo and Juve, and could be viewed as a possible replacement for Romelu Lukaku who has been repeatedly linked with a move to Inter.



Juventus have increased their offer for Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt to €67million/£60m. (De Telegraaf)

Unsettled Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar is no longer a summer transfer target for Real Madrid. (AS)

Romelu Lukaku of Manchester United

Romelu Lukaku has told Manchester United he wants to leave, with the striker keen to join Inter. (ESPN)

RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner is frustrated by the lack of an approach from Bayern Munich. The striker has been linked with a €60m move to Liverpool. (Kicker)

Barcelona are hopeful that they can take a major step towards completing the signing of Antoine Griezmann by Monday at the latest. (Mundo Deportivo)

Man Utd reportedly have an €80m bid in place to try and prise Sergej Milinkovic-Savic away from Lazio, although they are said to still be short of his valuation. (Goal)

West Ham have proposed a deal to sign Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain on loan for the season. The Argentina forward spent the latter half of last season on loan at Chelsea. (Sky Sports Italia)

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Tottenham are leading Atletico Madrid in the race to sign Spanish midfielder Dani Olmo from Dinamo Zagreb in a £27m deal. (AS)

But Arsenal could beat their north London rivals Spurs to the signing of Spain player Dani Ceballos. (Marca)

Southampton’s 25-year-old midfielder Mario Lemina, who is wanted by Manchester United, Arsenal and Leicester, says he does not want to be playing for the Saints next season. (France Football)

Manchester City are set to renew their efforts to sign Brazil star Dani Alves. (Globoesporte)

Everton have had a bid of €30m rejected by Juventus for 19-year-old Italy striker Moise Kean. (Tuttosport)

James Rodriguez wants to move to Napoli but the club are yet to agree a transfer fee with Real Madrid, according to the Serie A side’s chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis.

Wolves and West Ham are among the clubs trying to sign Edson Alvarez, a 21-year-old Mexican defender who currently plays for Liga MX side America. (Marca Claro)

Manchester United’s Spain midfielder Juan Mata, 31, rejected £550,000-a-week offer from Shanghai SIPG to renew his deal at Old Trafford. (90Min)

Cagliari are looking at Napoli’s Marko Rog as a potential replacement for Nicolo Barella. (Di Marzio)

Sassuolo are looking to Borussia Dortmund centre-back Omer Toprak. (Di Marzio)




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