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Real Madrid are set to allow several players to leave as they look to cut their wage by 10%. They likes of Mariano Diaz, Lucas Vazquez, Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez have all been linked out of the club with veteran Marcelo and Luka Modric to be left alone to decide their own future. It’s most likely the Bernabeu side will not sign any player until they sell some of their current stars.
Marcelo will love to stay at the club, despite news linking him to Juventus where he could link him with former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.
According to reports, Inter Milan star Lautaro Martinez will like to join Barcelona in the summer after rejecting new offers from the Italian side.
Tim Sherwood, pundit and former Tottenham boss has suggested that talisman Harry Kane will know whether or not he will remain at North London side very soon.
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has signed a new deal with the country and will stay until 2022. His current deal was supposed to end in the summer after the Euro 2020 but since Euro was postponed until next year, he has signed a new deal.
Manchester United have identified Victor Osimhen, Wissam Ben Yedder and Moussa Dembele as the possible alternative for Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho if they are unable to sign the Englishman.
United are also interested in RB Leipzig defender Ibrahima Konate.
AC star Samu Castillejo is ready to stay at the club for a very long time after beliefs that he has found his feet at the club.
AS Roma have entered into the race for Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez who is set to return to the Old Trafford side from his loan at Inter Milan after the extended season. Inter refused to permanent his deal after his on and off performances but Roma are looking to make a move for him.
Former Arsenal player Tony Adams has claimed that the club could lose star man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer which will lead them to be unable to mount a Premier League title challenge because of their transfer policy.