Date published: Wednesday, February 6, 2019 8:22
Manchester United hopes it will be the third time lucky in their efforts to land their No. 1 summer goals, while further details of a £ 61m Liverpool offer have been revealed, according to Wednesday's newspapers.
SUNSHINE WANTED GOODS BUT SALES ON KOULIBALY
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dreams of bringing Raphael Varane to Manchester United – but wants to settle on Kalidou Koulibaly, according to reports on Wednesday.
The preliminary United boss manages his summer plans with the likelihood that he will now be named the club's regular manager – and signing a new defender is now his No. 1 summer goal.
According to Daily Express, United has seen two bids for the strong defender already rejected – once back in December, as revealed by Naples President Aurelio de Laurentiis, and again during the January transfer window.
But hopes are high in United that a third bid in the summer will prevail, even though the Series A giants are likely to face a huge € 100m fee. For the 27-year-old Senegal defender.
Reports in Italy further this claim and suggest that the armed forces have already met the club to make it clear that he wants to move this summer.
United's dramatic rise in shape during Solskjaer eased the pressure to get panic entries last month Norwegian reveals he is working on a long-term transfer strategy at the club – From the summer he hopes, with a step for Koulibaly.
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AND THE REST
Liverpool made a bid of 61 million. Pound to Naples rather than Lorenzo Insigne – and could come back with a new offer in the summer, according to reports in Italy (Daily Mirror)
Real Madrid is sure to sign Eden Hazard from Chelsea this summer and is willing to spend up to £ 100m (Daily Mirror)
Hazard's departure from Chelsea can trigger a number of transfer agreements, including Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic, who makes his current loan move at Stamford Bridge permanently and Blues & # 39; England Under the 19th wing Callum Hudson-Odoi sold to Bayern Munich (The Sun)
Tottenham plans to increase their interest in Norwich's back-back Max Aarons in front of the summer window (Daily Mirror)
Gareth Bale admits he has not spoken to Zinedine Zidane since his amazing goal in the Champions League final (Daily Mirror)
Cristiano Ronaldo called Bavarian James Rodriguez to convince him to reject Arsenal and sign Juventus (Daily Mirror)
Eric Bailly has received assurances from Manchester United over his future in the club after January interest from Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain (The Sun)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told this summer's signature Fred, he will have a chance to prove himself and secure his Manchester United future (The sun)
Arsenal's youth shooting leader Steve Morrow is set for a promotion in a backroom reshuffle in the Emirates (The Sun)
Miguel Almiron is on his way to his Newcastle debut against Wolves after receiving his work permit. He will train for the first time with the team on Wednesday (Daily Express)
Arsenal manager Unai Emery wants to sign at least three new players in the summer transfer window, including a new left back (Daily Mail)
Wilfried Zaha disputes his FA accusation for inappropriate behavior in the wake of his red card against Southampton for sarcastic applause judge Andre Marriner (Daily Mail)
£ 30 pricing on away tickets in the Premier League, which expires at the end of this season, could be extended by another two years on Thursday (Daily Mail)
Shaun Goater is set to become the latest former Premier League star to join Sol Campbell's coaching setup at Macclesfield (Daily Mail)
Polish side Wisla Plock will sign Huddersfield midfielder Abdelhamid Sabiri (Daily Mail)
Andre Schurrle has declined to speak his two-year-old Fulham loan will come to an early end if they are referred, saying that quotes attributed to him were "bad translations" (Daily Star)
Aleksander Ceferin is expected to be uncontested as UEFA president on Thursday (Daily Star)
Liverpool remain cautious with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's return from injury and expect him to return to the first team in April (Daily Telegraph)
Doctors have responded with dissatisfaction to confirm that concussions will not be introduced until 2020 (Daily Telegraph)
Jack Grealish has set February 23 date with Stoke City as his Aston Villa comeback date (Daily Telegraph)
Marcelo Bielsa is ready to find out what punishment he and Leeds United will face over & # 39; Spygate & # 39; affair on Thursday (Daily Telegraph)