Transfers: I’ll be Man Utd next manager – Mourinho


Jose Mourinho
Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, 53, has told friends he is confident he will be the next Manchester United manager, with at least one high-profile football figure describing it privately as a “done deal”. (Daily Star)
Mourinho is convinced the job will be his, if the Old Trafford club sack Dutchman Louis van Gaal at the end of the season. (Telegraph)
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri, 48, will take up Chelsea’s offer to become their new manager in the summer, according to his former boss Giovanni Galeone. (Radio Radio, via Sun)
But former AC Milan and Cagliari boss Allegri has said “there’s nothing to” the rumours. (Sky Italia)
Manchester City want to make West Ham midfielder Dimitri Payet the first signing of Guardiola’s tenure and are preparing a £30m bid for the 28-year-old.(Sun)
The Hammers have opened contract talks with Payet but have denied reports the player’s agent is demanding £125,000 a week for his client.(Times – subscription required)

Manchester City and Manchester United are ready to fight it out to sign Barcelona’s 24-year-old Brazil forward Neymar. (Sun)
Leicester City are ready to offer forward Riyad Mahrez, 24, an improvement to his current £35,000-a-month contract. (Daily Mail)
Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets, 27, says Pep Guardiola – who will become Manchester City manager in the summer – is one of only two people who could convince him to leave the Nou Camp. (ESPN)
Chelsea striker Loic Remy, 29, could be the latest player to move to the Chinese Super League with Shanghai Shenhua ready to make an £11m offer for the Frenchman.(Mirror)
Barcelona defender Dani Alves, 32, has been offered a three-year, £9.2m-a-season deal by an unnamed club to become the latest high-profile player to move to the Chinese Super League. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)
Real Madrid are keen to sign Chelsea winger Eden Hazard, 25, before Euro 2016 begins …Read More

Source:: PM Newspaper