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Barcelona could be losing as much as €50m if they do not find a solution to allow midfielder Philippe Coutinho to leave. He currently earns €30m per annum with the possibility of bonus worth €20m when he surpasses 100 La Liga matches for the club.
Werder Bremen 23-year old star Milot Rashica is attracting interest from Liverpool, RB Leipzig and Southampton with his current deal set to finish at the German side this summer.
Arsenal have reportedly emerged favourites to sign Dayot Upamecano from RB Leipzig after it was confirmed the Bayern Munich have ruled out a move for the 21-year old. The likes of Manchester United and Tottenham have also shown interest in him.
The agent of Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has revealed the 26-year old will return to the club after terminating his loan deal at Besiktas and he’s ready to finish his remaining two-year contract at Anfield.
Inter Milan have denied interests in signing Real Madrid star Gareth Bale or Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal.
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Ander Herrera has revealed he is sad the way the club won the Ligue 1 without having to finish the season. The Spaniard also revealed how he didn’t want to leave Manchester United last summer but had to go because he had a difference in opinion from the club’s board.
Tottenham are reportedly leading the race to sign Thomas Meunier from Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent.
Reports have it that Barcelona are not worried they could lose Inter Milan star Lautaro Martinez to Paris Saint-Germain after the French side suddenly showed interest in the Argentine. The Camp Nou side believes he will reject interest from any other club to join them in Spain.
In the world of Boxing..
A certain emerging Nigerian heavyweight boxer Raphael Akpejiori has stated his desires to fight Anthony Joshua in future, a fight he believes will cause the African country and the whole of Africa as a continent to a standstill. Akpejiori is a prospect who could be a challenging force in years to come. He has so far fought six professional fights, winning all six by knockouts, with only one of those opponents reaching the second round. The 29-year-old himself believes he has a lot of hardwork to do in the next two years to reach the stage to be able to challenge the likes of Joshua.