Barcelona rejects the Bayern Munich offer of £ 62 million for young attackers Ousmane Dembele … just two years after they signed it for £ 135 million
- Bayern Munich has a offer of £ 62 million submitted to Ousmane Dembele
- The winger was signed by Barcelona from Borussia Dortmund in 2017
- But he has trouble getting his invoicing and its future appeared in doubt
- Barca has informed Bayern that it will take a minimum bid of £ 85m to consider a deal
The German champions would like to sign this young Frenchman, 22, this summer, but their opening offer has
According to Diario Sport the player's Barcelona rating is considerably higher than the original offer from Bayern.
They claim that Barcelona is hopeful to recoup most of the £ 96m they paid to praise him from Borussia Dortmund last summer. The deal can go up to £ 135 million.
The Catalan club has informed Bayern that it will take a bid of at least £ 85 million to consider selling Dembele.
Barcelona remains undecided about the young Frenchman, who struggled with injury problems and failed to reach the heights in his first season in Spain, but would be tempted to reduce their losses as a suitable offer would come.
Bayern is looking for a winger who follows the divisions Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery and has indicated Dembele – together with Leroy Sane – as an important target.
Massimiliano Allegri has signed a deal with a great English club and will refuse the return to Juventus and AC Milan due to interest from Manchester United
- Juventus is said to be enthusiastic for their former manager to replace Maurizio Sarri
- But Massimiliano Allegri holds out for a move to Manchester United
- Former Serie A club AC Milan also wants the Allegri services again
- Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure after a bad season so far
Massimiliano Allegri reportedly signed a deal with a & # 39; large English club & # 39; as rumors about a switch to Manchester United pace collecting
Italian manager Allegri left Juventus at the end of last season, where he won five Series A titles in the same amount years at the club.
However, murmuring of Maurizio Sarri & # 39; s job at Juve is threatened in the midst of a bad recent run, Allegri has been associated with a return to both the Serie A holders and the former club AC Milan although it is set to reject both according to the Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport .
ALLEGRI & # 39; S TROPHIES AT JUVENTUS
- Series A (5)
- Coppa Italia (4)
- Italian Super Cup (2)
The report indicates that the 52-year-old Juventus & # 39; main target is to replace Sarri in the hotseat.
Allegri, however, is not fond of a return to the Old Lady, nor is he willing to go back to the San Siro in Milan.
Despite the fact that they had a deal with a Premier League club, it is not known which club, although Manchester United is closely linked to the Italian in the past.
Current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been under pressure all season because his side is currently six points from the top four of the Premier League.
Sportsmail reported last month that Allegri postponed an immediate return to management in the hope of eventually taking over Old Trafford.
He is the kind of high profile candidate that United would want to hire if Solskjaer left, alongside former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
It is believed that Arsenal was prevented from approaching him in December while looking for a manager to replace the fired Unai Emery.
Fleetwood Town rejects £ 200,000 Everton offer for England U19 goalkeeper Billy Crellin with wolves also interested in teenage star
- Everton rejected a £ 200,000 bid for Fleetwood keeper Billy Crellin
- Offer included a significant number of additional performance-based clauses
- Wolves are also interested in the 19-year-old who made his senior debut last year
- Fleetwood ace Crellin was part of England's U17 World Cup winning team in 2017
Fleetwood Town fell back at £ 200,000 bid from Everton for goalkeeper Billy Crellin under-19.
A number of other Premier League clubs follow Crellin, who made his professional debut in the Checkatrade Trophy under Joey Barton last season.
Everton made the first step this week with an offer with a significant number of additional clauses that would be activated if the 19-year-old were to flourish in Goodison Park.
Crellin stood next to Phil Foden in the U17 team of England who lifted the World Cup in India two years ago.
The teenager signed a new contract at Highbury Stadium until 2020 in the weeks following that triumph.
Burnley rejects Watford's loan proposal for defending Ben Gibson out of favor
Crystal Palace rejects PSV bid for Patrick van Aanholt as Premier League club places £ 9m price tag rear left
Crystal Palace have declined an offer from PSV Eindhoven for left back Patrick Van Aanholt.
The 29-year-old who has an 18-month contract is estimated at £ 9 million.
The Holland international has made 17 Premier League appearances this season and scored two goals, but has been out of action since sustaining an injury in the draw of Palace in Southampton last month.
Palace has asked Aaron Hickey of Hearts at the back and is enthusiastic about West Brom full-back Nathan Ferguson.
However, both players are greatly appreciated by their clubs, and the South London club would have to pay a premium fee to sign one of the players.
Arsenal rejects Brentford's £ 5m bid plus add-ons for productive 18-year striker Folarin Balogun
- Brentford focuses on movement for teenagers Arsenal striker Folarin Balogun
- The star under 18 has also drawn the attention of Italian giants AC Milan
- Balogun achieved impressive figures last season and scored 28 goals in 28 games
- Arsenal rejected an offer of £ 5 million plus add-ons from Championship side
The Gunners rejected an offer and the champion promotion could hopefully be confronted with shock competition for Balogun, 18, from AC Milan with the Series A sponge the market as they focus on young English talent.
Prolific England under 18-striker Balogun has come to the attention of both clubs after two particularly fruitful seasons at Arsenal's youth level.
New York born Balogun, who moved to England when he was two and whose parents are of Nigerian descent, is rated as one of the best young offensive talents in England.
He scored 28 goals in 28 youth-level games for Arsenal last season, including 25 in just 19 games under 18.
His score streak continued this period with seven goals and four assists in 12 competitions at level under 23, disrupted by nagging injuries during a campaign.
Balogun is the next English youth in the sights of Milan, whose CEO is former Arsenal chief Ivan Gazidis.
Milan is also looking for a full-back in England and has identified Nottingham Forest's Matt Cash as a target, also looking at Derby's Jayden Bogle and Wigan's former Everton full -back Antonee Robinson, born in Milton Keynes, but now playing for the US.
Inter Milan & # 39; refuses Manchester United loan offer for Matias Vecino & # 39; while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to strengthen the options in midfield
Inter Milan has reportedly rejected Manchester United loan offer for midfielder Matias Vecino.
Ole Gunnar Solskaer is desperately seeking coverage in midfield with both Paul Pogba and Scott McTominay on the sidelines.
The two clubs did not agree on a deal for the Uruguayan, according to Sky in Italy .
Inter is now discussing a possible exchange agreement whereby Vecino would join Napoli and Brazilian midfielder Allan in the opposite direction, the report claims.
The 28-year-old has done 17 appearances in all competitions for Inter this season, with two goals and one assist.
United remains on the market for a midfielder while their pursuit of Bruno Fernandes of Sporting Lisbon continues.
Juventus refuses player-plus-money deal from Barcelona for winger Federico Bernadeschi with Ivan Rakitic that is believed to be used as makeweight for the deal & 
- Italian winger Federico Bernadeschi has recently been dropped by Juventus
- Barcelona is believed to be interested, according to reports from Sky Italia
- It is believed that with an offer of € 10 million plus Ivan Rakitic has been rejected by Juve
- Croatian midfielder Rakitic has nearly 300 appearances for Barcelona
The left wing played 14 times in the league for Juve this season, but still has to score in the Serie A this period.
This obvious lack of target threat, coupled with the rise of Douglas Costa, has led Bernadeschi to be an unused substitute in the last four league games of Juventus and is now questioning his future in Turin.
Although according to Sky Italia, according to Football Italia, the Serie A-club has wiped out a first approach to Barcelona which would have made Ivan Rakitic join the Old Lady.
According to Sky Italia transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio, a minimum bid of € 20 million plus Rakitic is needed to convince Juventus to participate in the company with their left-wing winger.
Bernadeschi has scored 9 goals in 89 competitions in all competitions for the Serie A giants since joining Fiorentina for a fee of € 40 million.
The winger has also become a reliable player for Roberto Mancini's Italian national team in the last 12 months, scoring twice in eight games for the Azzurri in 2019.
Meanwhile, the future of Rakitic in Barcelona is slowly becoming a long transfer saga, in which the 31-year-old is strongly linked to a move from the Camp Nou, despite the fact that he has played hard for the Catalan club in recent weeks.
A significant injury to fellow Barca midfielder Arthur Melo means that the La Liga champions cannot afford to let Rakitic leave because this would lead to a shortage of options in the middle of the park.
Rakitic has achieved nearly 300 appearances in all competitions since joining Seville in 2014 and winning four La Liga titles, four Copa del Reys and one Champions League trophy with the club.
Tottenham rejects Inter Milan's £ 8.5 million bid for Christian Eriksen, while the North London side tells the Italians to double their offer with the Danish contract that expires at the end of the season
- Inter Milan has seen their £ 8.5 million bid for Christian Eriksen rejected by Spurs
- The Italians are told to double the offer as they want to keep him away
- Eriksen's contract expires in the summer and will probably not sign any new conditions
Inter Milan has an offer of £ 8.5 million rejected for wantaway Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen.
The Italians have been told that they will at least double their offer to keep the Danish away this month, with Spurs confirming that talks between the parties are underway
Eriksen is without contract in the summer and the Dane is now free to talk to foreign clubs as a result.
Inter has had conversations with his agents and further meeting is scheduled for Wednesday.
Inter has also discussed the possibility of bringing players to the awareness that Tottenham have an injury crisis.
Speaking of Eriksen, after Tuesday's 2-1 win over Boron, Jose Mourinho said: “He played very well, very professionally, what I expect from him.
& # 39; If your decision is to leave, I think he should raise his head if he has everything gives what he is trying to do for the team. & # 39;
It is said that Eriksen has been heading for the Spurs exit door for quite some time and admitted last summer that he & # 39; something new & # 39; wanted to try in the middle from the left to Real Madrid, although a transfer to Los Blancos never took place.
When he entered the final year of his contract, he is linked to a number of top sides, including Manchester United and PSG, but now Inter looks like the front runners in the race for his signature.
Gedson Fernandes will complete his move to Spurs on loan from Benfica, but Mourinho still wants a more experienced and physically impressive addition.
Mourinho is also aiming for another striker after news that Harry Kane will be out until at least April with hamstring loom, and a full-back is also on the agenda with Spurs looking to the right in particular.
] Napoli striker Fernando Llorente has also been offered on the side of North London Aston Villa. Both English clubs have also talked to AC Milan about a loan for Krzysztof Piatek.
Manchester City will reject ANY attempt by Arsenal to sign John Stones in January as Mikel Areta seeks reinforcement to resolve leaking defense
- Former Man City No.2 is Mikel Arteta linked to a movement for John Stones
- But it is understood that City has no plans to sell players in this window
- And certainly not in the middle after wrestling in that department this season
- Pep Guardiola was forced to play midfielder Fernandinho in central defense
Former city No. 2 Mikel Arteta is linked to a move for the defender of England after he was appointed Arsenal boss last month.
But it is clear that City has no plans to sell players in this window and certainly not centered back after struggling in that department during most of the season.
Manchester City will take any Arsenal attempt at John Stones in sign the January window
Pep Guardiola is forced to play Fernandinho in the central defense after City lost to Manchester United last summer in the race for Harry Maguire and Aymeric Laporte then a serious knee injury rose in August.
Laporte has recently returned to training, but Guardiola still needs Stones as his team continues to do with pete in four competitions.
The 25-year-old struggled with injury and loss this season, started only nine Premier League games and made one Champions League performance off the bench.
It has led to concerns about the place of Stones in England before Euro 2020, with Gareth Southgate keen that his players start their clubs.
Although his future is likely to be re-examined in the summer, four years after a move of £ 47.5 million from Everton, he will not be allowed to leave this month.