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Real Madrid say £ 140 million to Liverpool forward who want it

Publication date: Sunday 15 March 2020, 9:08

Real Madrid has told a £ 140m Liverpool star that they want to sign it, while Barcelona made a decision on its hunt for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to Sunday newspaper gossip.

REAL MADRID TO EVERYTHING FOR LIVERPOOL STAR

Real Madrid reportedly took over Liverpool Sadio Mane their main transfer goal this summer and even told the player they want it.

Mane was the absolute protagonist of Liverpool’s famous front three this season, when the Reds approached the Premier League title, allowing Coronavirus.

And his form over the past two campaigns, with the Reds also winning the Champions League last season, made it even bigger for Real Zinedine Zidane’s boss, according to the Sunday Mirror.

The report states that Zidane wants to bring Mane to the Bernabeu and it is understood that his representatives have been made aware of the interest of the Spaniards.

The Los Blancos are confident that the 27-year-old, who has scored 14 Premier League goals this season, can be tempted by a move to Madrid for a new challenge and they plan to make a move to make him land when he opens the window. transfer.

Mane still has three years to execute his current Anfield contract and it would take a great deal to get Liverpool to sell, but the report adds that Real believes that an offer in the region of £ 130 million to £ 140 million could do the trick. .

AND MORE GOSSIP

Carlo Ancelotti will make Brazil defender Gabriel his first signing this summer for Everton (Sunday Mirror)

Jude Bellingham will decide which club to move to after four meet the price requested by Birmingham (Sunday Mirror)

Shanghai Shenhua will ask Manchester United to pay £ 15 million to continue Odion Ighalo (Sunday Mirror)

Manchester City striker Riyad Mahrez is considering moving to Paris St-Germain, who has shown interest in signing Algeria for the summer (Sunday Express)

Newcastle are planning to launch Manchester United defender Phil Jones as a Premier League summer lifeline (Sunday Mirror)

Tottenham and West Ham are under increasing pressure to complete the remaining home games, so that their stadiums can be used for extra events booked in (Sunday Sunday)

Barcelona prepare to end interest in Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Sunday Express)

Left back Emerson Palmieri is sought after by Juventus, with the Serie A team preparing to offer £ 25 million for Chelsea and 25-year-old Italy (Sunday Sunday)

Chelsea joined the game for Barcelona’s Marc Cucurella as the Premier League club tries to recruit a left-back to reinforce their defensive options (Mail on Sunday)

Benjamin Mendy’s relative got the whole thing clear from the coronavirus after paramedics rushed to the home of the Manchester City defender (Mail Sunday)

An increasing number of Premier League clubs fear that even postponing Euro 2020 will not be enough to save this season in the face of the coronavirus pandemic (Mail on Sunday)

Manchester United are planning to loan Sheffield United goalkeeper Dean Henderson a new deal to ward off Chelsea’s interests (Sunday Sunday)

Premier League is likely to face legal action from relegated clubs if they decide to end the season now with the table as it is (Sunday post)

The financial implications of postponements and cancellations due to the coronavirus will be enormous with the FA alone facing a £ 20 million loss (Sunday mail)

Everton has signed a £ 200 million naming rights agreement for the club’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock with Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov (Mail on Sunday)

Arsenal are planning a move for West Ham’s Issa Diop as Mikel Arteta begins to smooth out their defensive frailties (Daily Star Sunday)

British football should lose £ 10 billion if the 2019-20 season ends early due to coronavirus (Daily Star Sunday)

UEFA will consider moving Euro 2020 to December in an attempt to allow the Premier League and other club competitions to catch up this summer following the unprecedented sporting chaos caused by the coronavirus (Sunday Telegraph)

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