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Transfer News As Of 20-03-20
Friday’s round-up of the latest transfer rumours includes Manchester United looking at Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
- Manchester United are circling around Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer eyes a sensational £50m swoop.
- Odion Ighalo’s incredible bonuses at Man United include an £8,000 goal reward
- Chelsea are reportedly on the verge of entering a bidding war with Inter Milan for Lazio defender Francesco Acerbi.
- Manchester United will only trigger the one-year extension in Paul Pogba’s deal to stop their £100m asking price going down.
- United have been dealt a huge blow after Turkish wonderkid Omer Beyaz snubbed their advances – insisting he wants to develop his career with Fenerbahce.
- Domestic cup competitions could be scrapped next season as part of radical plans to deal with the coronavirus.
- Footballers are seeking legal advice amid concerns their lucrative wage and bonus structures will be in jeopardy if the season is declared null and void – or doesn’t start again for months.
- Atletico Madrid are looking to ward off interest from Manchester United and Arsenal by giving Thomas Partey a new deal with a £93m release clause.
- Swiss club Sion have sacked nine players including former Arsenal stars Alex Song and Johan Djourou after they refused to take a pay cut in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic that is decimating the finances of clubs throughout Europe.
- Chelsea are plotting a stunning £200m outlay on Serie A players this summer with Miralem Pjanic and Lautaro Martinez among their targets.
- Daniel Stendel will work for free to help lead Hearts through the Covid-19 crisis.
- The English Football League is setting up a “Player Availability Survey” to monitor the health of players, in a bid to assess when the season can realistically restart.
- Clevid Dikamona is set to knock back a 50 per cent wage cut and terminate his Hearts contract.
- Southampton are relaxed about the Celtic contract situation of loan stars Mo Elyounoussi and Fraser Forster as COVID-19 forces football into an extended shutdown.
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