Good morning to all our readers out there, it’s time to check out the latest news in the football world today Thursday June 4, 2020
Arsenal are in contact with Crystal Palace and West Ham to play friendlies before the restart of the Premier League.
Manchester United new player Bruno Fernandes has stated that he cried when he was told he would get a chance to join the club in January.
Ola Toivoven has left Melbourne Victory, the Australian side has confirmed. The Sweden international who scored 25 goals in 40 matches for the club over 18 months will now return to Europe.
Manchester United have dismissed the idea that midfielder Jesse Lingard wants to move to Serie A.
Manchester City will have an appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport next week over their ban by UEFA. It remains to be seen if the two years will be reduced or not.
A group of the club’s supporters are set to unveil a huge banner on Friday to protest UEFA’s decision.
According to reports, RB Salzburg manager Jesse Marsh could emerge the successor of Borussia Dortmund manager Lucien Favre.
According to reports, Newcastle have increased their offer for youngster Matty Longstaff who is attracting interest from Serie A side Udinese. They suspect he’s likely to join Watford if he eventually leaves for free to Serie A.
Manchester City are interested in signing Ismael Bennacer from AC Milan have attracted the interest of Pep Guardiola. Paris Saint-Germain are also interested in the Algerian that has a release clause of €50m.
Lyon are ready to enter into a partnership with Sporting Club Farense, a Portuguese first-division club which will see them send young players there in future.