Jason Denayer endured a disappointing loan spell at SunderlandWednesday, August 16, 2017Manchester City defender Jason Denayer is trying to force a move to Turkish Super League giants Galatasaray, despite the club's desire for him to stay in the Premier League.The Belgium international is not part of City boss Pep Guardiola's immediate plans and another loan spell looks the most likely course of action.Denayer, 22, enjoyed a fruitful loan spell at Galatasaray two years ago, establishing himself as a real crowd favourite.And, according to reports in Turkey, he wants to secure a move back to the club this summer, despite City insisting upon the defender remaining in the Premier League.The Belgian's desire to move abroad could have been influenced by his disappointing loan spell at Sunderland
Paulo Dybala wants to stay at Juventus for his entire careerMonday, August 14, 2017Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester United target Paulo Dybala is willing to stay at Juventus 'forever' if the club's president wants him too.The striker has been one of the Italian champions star performers since arriving from Palermo in the summer of 2015.The Argentina international's form has unsurprisingly attracted the interest of Europe's biggest clubs, including Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester United.However, Dybala has insisted he would happily stay at Juve for the rest of his career if the club's president, Andrea Agnelli, wanted him too."I'm very happy at Juventus," Dybala told Sport Mediaset."I extended my contract three months ago, the club asked me to take their No.10 jersey, I thought about it ...
Jose Mourinho will miss Wayne Rooney's influence around Manchester United, but has no doubt the likes of Paul Pogba will step up to lead the club into an exciting new era. After three largely drab years following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement, the Portuguese was brought in to give the Old Trafford giants a much-needed shot in the arm.Mourinho was unable to launch a Premier League title tilt, stumbling home in sixth, but ended his first campaign with three trophies, having overseen Europa League, EFL Cup and Community Shield glory.That success bodes well for a new campaign that United approach without the man that skippered the side last term, with Rooney recently securing a return to boyhood club Everton after 13 years away.The captain grew frustrated by a lack of first-team opportunities
Manchester United have experienced a fruitful pre-season so farMonday, July 24, 2017Manchester United beat Real Madrid in a farcical friendly penalty shoot-out, but there were plenty of positives for Red Devils fans to take from the game.United made it four games unbeaten, winning 2-1 on spot-kicks following a 1-1 draw, as they made it four matches unbeaten so far in pre-season.As Jose Mourinho builds towards the 2017-18 campaign there were also some concerning displays from his players, but the general feeling is one of optimism among United fans.Here is a selection of reaction from Red Devils supporters...Let's block ads! (Why?)
talkSPORT.com bring you all the latest headlines and top transfer-related stories in Sunday's newspapers...Manchester United's hunt for £60million Paris Saint-Germain star Marco Verratti has been stopped in its tracks – with the French side demanding Anthony Martial as the deal breaker. (Mirror)Barcelona will test Liverpool’s resolve to keep hold of Philippe Coutinho with an £80million bid. (Mirror)Ligue 1 side PSG are moving closer to smashing the world transfer record by agreeing to pay Barcelona £196million for Neymar. (Express)But the Catalan club’s board believe signing Neymar’s Brazil team-mate Coutinho could help prevent him from leaving for the French capital. (Daily Mail)Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has denied that Alexis Sanchez is on the verge of a £70m move to PSG. (Evening St