March 15, 2024

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Manchester United Could Let 13 Players Leave the Club This Summer in Squad Overhaul – Paper Talk

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Manchester United Could Let 13 Players Leave the Club This Summer in Squad Overhaul - Paper Talk

In addition, Leeds have entered the race to sign free agent James Milner from Liverpool; Roy Hodgson is in talks to keep his job as Crystal Palace manager for the upcoming campaign; and Mike Dean’s future as a VAR official is in grave doubt.

Ethan Galbraith, who was once described as Manchester United’s “best young player”, will leave Summertime at Old Trafford.

This summer, Manchester United may release 13 players, with five of them likely to be released, including Axel Tuanzebe, a product of the academy, and club veteran Phil Jones.

Despite rumors linking Vinicius Jnr to a transfer to the Premier League, the Brazilian winger’s agent has suggested that he is likely to spend the entirety of his playing career at Real Madrid.

The summer replacement for Granit Xhaka has been identified by Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta as Emile Smith Rowe.

This summer, Xavi Simons of PSV Eindhoven will be made available to Arsenal.

In order to free up money for the summer transfer of Lionel Messi, Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez has scheduled meetings with four first-team players.


Leeds, Leicester, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, and Burnley are upset that the Toffees may avoid punishment for an alleged violation of spending regulations and have threatened to sue Everton for 300 million pounds.

If they can stay in the Premier League, Leeds United is vying with Brighton to sign James Milner from Liverpool on a free transfer. However, Brighton are still the front-runner.

Arne Slot will receive a sizable contract extension from Feyenoord in order to fend off Tottenham’s interest this summer after Daniel Levy added the Dutch title-winning manager to his managerial shortlist.

The Eagles are thinking about giving the Premier League’s oldest manager, 75-year-old Roy Hodgson, a new contract, and he is willing to stay on as Crystal Palace manager for the upcoming campaign.

Aston Villa enters the race to sign Manuel Ugarte, a Sporting Lisbon player, for 55 million pounds, while Chelsea, Liverpool, and Newcastle have other summertime priorities.

The Serie A champions Napoli are interested in the American duo of Christian Pulisic and Taylor Booth, and the Chelsea player might be used in a swap deal for Victor Osimhen.


Manchester United is competing with other teams to sign Sverre Nypan, a talented young Norwegian, before they can.

Albert Sambi Lokonga, a disgruntled Arsenal player, and Vincent Kompany are considering reuniting at Burnley.

To join Bayer Leverkusen this summer, Granit Xhaka is in advanced talks to leave Arsenal.

After France opted out of hosting the event, New Zealand hopes to come to the Rugby League World Cup’s aid.


In response to outrage over customary balcony celebrations being eliminated by council budget cuts, a MP who supports Notts County is stepping forward to offer to personally fund the club’s promotion party.

The Premier League’s longest-tenured referee, Mike Dean, who converted to a full-time VAR last summer, is absent from this week’s officials meeting at St. George’s Park and hasn’t been assigned a match since February, casting serious doubt on Dean’s future in the English game.

A surprising candidate for England’s World Cup roster is Matt Rogerson, the captain of the London Irish.

Tiger Woods texted Rory McIlroy with tips on how to correct his “two-way miss.”


After just one season with the club, Sadio Mane is willing to leave Bayern Munich, and the German club is unlikely to make João Cancelo’s loan move from Manchester City permanent.

An effort by a number of Premier League clubs to have Everton’s charge of breaking the Financial Fair Play rules expedited so that it could be resolved before the season’s end was unsuccessful.


If Alexis Mac Allister departs Brighton this summer, he wants to play in the Champions League.

When Joe Bryan’s contract with Fulham expires in the summer of this year, Bristol City is expected to be the front-runner to sign him.


Ange Postecoglou has acknowledged that some high-profile players may leave Celtic in the summer, but he has pledged to use more marketing magic to find their replacements.

Before Rangers call it a day on their current season, Michael Beale may already have up to five summer signings planned.

Craig Moore declared he would be “interested” in serving as Rangers’ sporting director once again.


Callum Davidson has been selected as Dundee’s new manager.

Being in charge of Olympiakos has brought Neil Lennon one step closer to making a comeback in football.


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