Manchester United receive an upbeat update on a defender’s target increase, while Tottenham are looking to ramp up Serie A talent – both in the latest Euro Paper Talk.
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Manchester United will have a strong chance of luring Vanerson to Old Trafford if the bidding war with Barcelona begins, according to a report.
The Red Devils made several signings across the field this summer in Erik ten Hag’s first transfer spell as manager. However, one area they have not strengthened is the right-back.
United have had links with potential extras such as Jonathan Klaus, Sergino Dest and Benjamin Pavard. In the end, though, Ten Hag stuck with Diogo Dalot and Aaron Wan-Bissaka as his options.
The idea of signing a new right-back is still a hot topic at Manchester United. And most recently, Monaco star Vanderson appeared on United’s radar.
Tin Hag has registered an interest in the 21-year-old Brazilian alongside Barcelona, Transferred by the French club 60 million euros (52 million pounds) To star this summer.
According to the latest from sportsHowever, Barcelona will not be involved in a bidding war for Vandersson if it comes down to it.
The La Liga team does not have the financial resources to beat the interested English clubs. In fact, sports add that Vanderson has a number of offers from the Premier League.
So Barcelona had to hope that Van Anderson would give them his word. Fellow Brazilian Ravenha did the same this summer amid Chelsea and Arsenal’s interest in the former Leeds United player.
Van Anderson moved to Monaco from Gremio only in January. After impressing him in his first half season in France, though, he secured a plentiful new contract this summer – and his current lofty rating.
sports He adds that Van Anderson could “represent an era” for Brazil at left-back, if the 21-year-old continues his current rise.
In addition to playing at right-back, the player has been deployed to an additional striker by Monaco this season.
The rest of the paper talk is in euros
Tottenham and Brighton are watching Sassuolo’s Italian midfielder David Frattisi, who played against England in June. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
Ousmane Dembele has a £42m release clause in the Barcelona contract he signed this summer. Furthermore, interested clubs can activate the clause from next summer. (to liberate)
Daichi Kamada could become a free agent next summer because Eintracht Frankfurt has concerns about being awarded a new contract. (kicker)
Marseille defender Jonathan Claus says he turned down Chelsea because the French club offered him more than just the ability to say he played for the Blues. (sports info)
William Saliba says his loan spell at Marseille before his return to Arsenal made him “stronger” as a player. (channel +)
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Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri will get a chance to avoid sacking and change the shape of the club after a difficult start to the season. (Fabrizio Romano)
Milan want to spend up to €40m (£35m) on a new striker in 2023 and later make Chelsea’s Armando Bruja a constant target. (totosport)
Milan are also close to signing €18m (£16m) for Spezia defender Jacob Keuer. West Ham tried to sign the Polish international this summer and failed. (Mercato feet)
Torino defender Bear Schurs’ agent has revealed that Liverpool and Tottenham want the Dutchman this summer ahead of his summer move from Ajax to Italy. (totosport)
Nottingham Forest could start a January raid in favor of Cremonese’s Emmanuel Valeri, who would be the fourth left-back to sign for the two windows. (radio)
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Manchester City is watching the rising star of Atlanta, Giorgio Scalvini. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
Wolverhampton midfielder Ruben Neves is a target for Barcelona, but the first goal for the La Liga side in midfield is Real Sociedad’s Martin Zubimende. (sports)
Tottenham are still interested in Inter defender Alessandro Bastoni after Antonio Conte’s summer interest. (interlife)
Newcastle are unlikely to sign Benfica star Goncalo Ramos, who is instead heading to a bigger club. Although Benfica is hoping to tie the Portuguese superstar to a new contract. (A Paula)
Axel Witsel says he is happy to be included as a defender for Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone, but would prefer to play with sixes like Belgium. (as such)
Meanwhile, Italy coach Roberto Mancini may turn 3-5-2 against England on Friday night. (Corriere dello Sport)