Transfer Balls: Rounding up the day’s football tittle-tattle so you don’t have to…
Manchester United have no chance of signing Harry Kane from Tottenham. No chance at all. Tottenham are adamant they will not sell the 22-year-old striker, says the Guardian. The Indy says Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy met with his opposite number at United, Ed Woodward, in May to tell him in no uncertain terms Kane is not for sale at any price.
But wait a moment…
The Telegraph says Tottenham will only sign Javier Hernandez from Manchester United if the Mexican is included in a deal for Kane.
Man City Offer De Bruyne Silly Money
Manchester City still want former Chelsea player Kevin De Bruyne. And now the Manchester Evening News is reporting De Bruyne wants to join City. The 24-year-old Belgium will earn £230,000-per-week at the Etihad, says Het Nieuwsblad.
Arsenal Ponder Krychowiak
Arsenal are considering a £22million bid for 25-year-old Sevilla midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak, reports the Daily Telegraph. The paper says Arsenal scouts were in Tblisi to see the Poland player take part in Sevilla’s Super Cup clash with Barcelona.
The best/worst of the rest:
Chelsea could buy Gonzalo Higuain is they pay Napoli a mere £66million, says the Daily Express.
After a majestic 63 minutes of action, former Arsenal captain Thomas Vermaelen is leaving Barcelona for Roma’s home for ex-Gunners, writes The Sun.
Marca says Sergio Ramos is set to sign a contract tying him to Real Madrid until June 30, 2020.
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele will cost Sunderland £15million, writes the Sunderland Echo.
Juventus are buying Ramires from Chelsea and Julian Draxler, says Corriere dello Sport.
Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk could be on his way to Southampton for £7million, says De Telegraaf.