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Marseille star Dimitri Payet will love to stay at the club despite information that the club could be in some financial crisis due to coronavirus. They finished second in the cancelled Ligue 1 season and will play in the Champions League next season.
The agent of Tottenham defender Juan Foyth has clearly stated that the future of the Argentine is not with the club as news continue to link him to sign for Barcelona. Foyth, 22 has struggled for playing time since Jose Mourinho took over the club and he’s certain set to leave.
English FA has charged FIFA to court for banning Chelsea from last year’s summer transfer window which also had a little involvement of the FA. The complaint will be considered by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on June 26.
AC Milan are ready to do all they can to sign PSV right-back Denzel Dumfries as a replacement for Davide Calabria who is attracting interests from Fiorentina and Bologna.
RB Leipzig star Dani Olmo has explained that he joined the German side from Dinamo Zagreb in January despite several interests from Barcelona because he didn’t see the Catalans as a real option. He ended up with Leipzig thanks to a £18m fee.
Former Premier League star Djibril Cisse has admitted that he’s still keen to return to Ligue 1 as he targets a century Ligue 1 goals before he retires from football. He’s currently 38 years and was only able to score 96 times when he played across Bastia, Marseille and Auxerre.
Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland has stated that he’s not moved by rumours linking him to Spanish capital Madrid. Haaland only just signed for the German side in January.
Bayern Munich will have to decide if they want to sign Ivan Perisic on a permanent move from Inter Milan within the next two days. The Croatian has been on loan at the Munich side since last summer. Inter meanwhile will like Bayern to sign him as long as they can pay £18m.