Real Madrid, Barcelona determined to sign Mahrez – Transfers


Riyad Mahrez
Real Madrid and Barcelona are both determined to bring Leicester’s Riyad Mahrez to Spain in the summer with a fee of £25m mooted for the 25-year-old Algeria international. (Sun)
Italy boss Antonio Conte has held talks with Chelsea and is hopeful that he will conclude a deal to take over at Stamford Bridge in the next 10 days. (Guardian)
Barcelona striker Neymar, who has been linked with a big-money move to Manchester United, has signed a contract extension to stay with the Spanish side until 2021. The 24-year-old’s previous deal was due to expire in 2018. (ESPN Brasil – in Portuguese)
Chelsea have contacted Edinson Cavani’s agents about ending the 29-year-old Uruguay striker’s unhappy spell at Paris St-Germain with a move to Stamford Bridge. (Mercato365 – in French)
The Blues are planning for life without captain John Terry with a £30m bid planned for 21-year-old AC Milan centre-back Alessio Romagnoli.(CalcioMercato – in Italian)
Manchester City’s incoming manager Pep Guardiola hopes to beat Chelsea to the signing of Ajax’s £24m-rated 19-year-old midfielder Riechedly Bazoer.(Daily Mirror)
City also hope to see off competition from Manchester United to buy highly rated West Ham centre-back Reece Oxford, 17. (Sun)
Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote, 29, could move to China as Super League teams look for last-minute deals before their transfer deadline day on Friday.(Daily Mail)
Arsenal are planning moves for Newcastle goalkeeper Freddie Woodman, 19, and winger Roland Aarons, 20, who are both out of contract in the summer. (Daily Express)
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick, 34, has rejected the chance to move to the Chinese Super League in the hope of extending his stay at Old Trafford when his contract runs out in the summer. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United have earmarked Barcelona defender Marc Bartra as a possible £10m signing. (Sun)
Tottenham hope to boost their striking options by signing Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne, …Read More

Source:: PM Newspaper