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LIVE Transfer Talk: Real Madrid ready £200m move for Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois

The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the summer.

Real Madrid close in on Chelsea pair

Chelsea are set to suffer a double blow less than four weeks before the start of the new season as Real Madrid close in on two of the club’s star players.

According to the Daily Star, the Spanish giants have made Eden Hazard their number one target to replace Cristiano Ronaldo after he sparkled for Belgium at the World Cup.

Hazard could command a world-record fee in excess of £200 million, but that apparently hasn’t deterred Madrid, with Marca claiming the La Liga side are also in for the winger’s teammate Thibaut Courtois.

With Courtois’ contract expiring in a year’s time and talks over an extension reaching gridlock, it looks as though Chelsea will be forced to cash in for around £35 million.

Meanwhile, in a move that would add insult to injury, the Star adds that Madrid intend to beat the Blues to Robert Lewandowski.

The striker has expressed his wish to leave Bayern Munich this summer, but so far, no offers have been forthcoming.

LIVE BLOG

14.30 BST: After Fiorentina failed to reach an agreement with Juventus, Valencia have revived their interest in Marko Pjaca, Football Italia say.

14.20 BST: Manchester United are considering moves for Bayern Munich pair Robert Lewandowski and Thiago, according to The Independent.

14.10 BST: Super Deporte write that Valencia remain interested in Manchester United defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah.

14.00 BST: The Lancashire Telegraph report that Burnley have held talks with Swansea duo Alfie Mawson and Sam Clucas.

13.50 BST: Here is ESPN FC’s Liverpool blogger David Usher on how signing Alisson would be huge for the club.

13.40 BST: Fanatik claim Fenerbache have agreed a deal with Everton to take Yannick Bolasie on loan for the season.

13.30 BST: Atletico Madrid are seeking permission from FIFA before they complete a deal to sign Gelson Martins, AS say.

The Portugal winger had his contract at Sporting Lisbon rescinded, but the club are still asking for a transfer fee in excess of €45 million for him.

13.20 BST: Sky Sports Italia and Guardian journalist Fabrizio Romano has an update on Everton’s pursuit of Malcolm

13.10 BST: Jose Mourinho still has an “almost impossible dream” to sign Raphael Varane, according to Mundo Deportivo.

13.00 BST: Cengiz Under is the subject of interest from Manchester City, but they will not move for the Roma winger this summer, Calciomercato say.

12.50 BST: Everton have approached Adnan Januzaj over a possible transfer from Real Sociedad, Het Nieuwsblad say via the Mail.

12.30 BST: Gazzetta dello Sport, via the Mail, say that Wolves are interested in Inter Milan and Portugal midfielder Joao Mario.

The Serie A side are asking for £24 million for Mario, who spent the second half of last season on loan at West Ham.

12.20 BST: The Mirror write that Marco Silva is eyeing up moves for Danny Welbeck and Wilfried Zaha as he looks to overhaul the Everton squad.

12.10 BST: More here from ESPN FC’s Glenn Price regarding Alisson and Liverpool.

12.05 BST: Sky Sports News are now reporting that Tottenham and Aston Villa are in talks over the transfer of Jack Grealish.

11.50 BST: Look, I am as tired of the Alisson updates without movement as much as you are, but there seems to be some headway made in Liverpool’s pursuit, as reported by The Times’ Paul Joyce…

11.45 BST: West Ham will rival Newcastle for Mainz and Japan forward Yoshinori Muto, BILD say.

11.35 BST: As Thibaut Courtois edges closer to a move to Real Madrid, the Evening Standard write that Chelsea will enter a bidding war with Liverpool for Alisson.

Just the 37th time an Alisson story has popped up today.

11.25 BST: Sport are quoting BILD in saying that Thiago has asked Bayern Munich to let him rejoin Barcelona this summer.

11.15 BST: Simon Johnson of the Evening Standard has an update regarding talk of Petr Cech returning to Chelsea…

11.05 BST: The Mirror are running a report from Premium Sport which states that Maurizio Sarri has called Alisson to convince him to join Chelsea over Liverpool.

10.40 BST: Mauro Icardi is set to sign a contract extension at Inter Milan, Calciomercato say.

10.30 BST: Burnley are closing in on their first signing of the summer, with Sam Clucas on the verge of joining from Swansea, according to the Burnley Express.

10.20 BST: Marco Silva is keen on bringing Richarlison to Everton, having previously signed him at Watford, The Times say.

10.10 BST: Sky Sports News report that Bournemouth are in talks with Levante over a £17 million for Colombia midfielder Jefferson Lerma.

09.45 BST: Today’s cover of Corriere dello Sport says that Alvaro Morata and Gonzalo Higuain are both of interest to AC Milan…

09.35 BST: Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Bayer Leverkusen are open to loaning Benjamin Henrichs to Inter Milan, but the Serie A side see Sime Vrsaljko and Matteo Darmian as their priorities in the full-back position.

09.25 BST: Former Newcastle defender Kevin Mbabu, now of Swiss champions Young Boys, is on the radar of Fulham, according to West London Sport.

09.15 BST: Napoli continue to be linked with Karim Benzema and Angel Di Maria, while their fans dream of Edinson Cavani returning to the club, Tuttosport say.

09.05 BST: The Evening Standard report that Fulham are close to signing Newcastle’s Aleksandar Mitrovic on a permanent deal for £20 million.

08.55 BST: Some good, wholesome content, featuring Liverpool’s pursuit of Alisson

08.50 BST: Croatia World Cup star Domagoj Vida has been linked with a move to the Premier League this summer.

Milliyet write that West Ham are currently in pole position to sign the Besiktas defender.

08.45 BST: Over in Turkey, Haberturk say that Manchester United have had a €13 million bid for Trabzonspor’s 21-year-old midfielder Yusuf Yazici rejected by the club’s president.

08.30 BST: A look at today’s Marca front cover, which leads with Real Madrid stepping up their interest in Thibaut Courtois

08.15 BST: Tottenham hope to complete the signing of Jack Grealish from Aston Villa before they fly out for their preseason tour of the United States on Sunday, according to the Mirror.

08.05 BST: The Telegraph report that Everton are in advanced talks to sign Bordeaux winger Malcolm, who had previously been linked with Arsenal and Tottenham.

Chelsea to rival Liverpool for Alisson

With Courtois edging closer to the Stamford Bridge exit door, Chelsea are preparing to rival Liverpool’s bid for Brazil goalkeeper Alisson.

According to Sky, new boss Maurizio Sarri has identified the Roma No. 1 as the ideal replacement for Courtois, despite his hefty price tag of €70 million.

It’s thought that Liverpool’s offer is slightly below Roma’s valuation, which could allow Chelsea to sneak in if they agree to pay the full amount.

Should they fail to land Alisson, then Sky suggests that the Blues could bring back Petr Cech from Arsenal, while Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel is another potential target.

Chelsea have also agreed a fee with CSKA Moscow for Aleksandr Golovin, says The Sun, with the midfielder rejecting an offer from Monaco to head to Stamford Bridge.

Arsenal eye Sidibe

Just when it seemed Arsenal had finished their summer spending, Unai Emery has been linked with a move for Monaco full-back Djibril Sidibe.

According to Sport Witness, the Gunners boss is monitoring the 25-year-old’s situation amid reported interest from Manchester United and Atletico Madrid. 

With Stephan Lichtsteiner joining Arsenal in June, the club are already well-stocked at right-back, and so a move for Sidibe would hint at a possible departure for Hector Bellerin.

The 23-year-old struggled for form last season and has previously been the subject of an enquiry from Barcelona.

Tap-ins

Gary Cahill is set to quit Chelsea if they sign Daniele Rugani from Juventus, claims the Evening Standard. Rugani is thought to be a £44.2 million target for the Blues after he helped Juventus pip Napoli to the Serie A title last season.

— Bournemouth are planning to spend big on two South American World Cup stars, says The Sun. The Cherries want Colombian midfielder Jefferson Lerma, who plays in La Liga for Levante, and Uruguay wing-back Diego Laxalt, who is currently at Genoa.

— Newcastle have had an offer to loan Salomon Rondon rejected by West Brom, reports The Telegraph. The Baggies will allow the striker to leave only if the Magpies meet his £16.5 million release clause.

Matthew Stanger covers European football for ESPN and is the editor of The Set Pieces. Twitter: @MatthewStanger

Article source: http://www.espnfc.com/blog/transfer-talk/79/post/3568980/transfer-talk-real-madrid-ready-200m-pound-move-for-chelseas-eden-hazard-thibaut-courtois


LIVE Transfer Talk: Real Madrid ready £200m move for Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois

The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the summer.

Real Madrid close in on Chelsea pair

Chelsea are set to suffer a double blow less than four weeks before the start of the new season as Real Madrid close in on two of the club’s star players.

According to the Daily Star, the Spanish giants have made Eden Hazard their number one target to replace Cristiano Ronaldo after he sparkled for Belgium at the World Cup.

Hazard could command a world-record fee in excess of £200 million, but that apparently hasn’t deterred Madrid, with Marca claiming the La Liga side are also in for the winger’s teammate Thibaut Courtois.

With Courtois’ contract expiring in a year’s time and talks over an extension reaching gridlock, it looks as though Chelsea will be forced to cash in for around £35 million.

Meanwhile, in a move that would add insult to injury, the Star adds that Madrid intend to beat the Blues to Robert Lewandowski.

The striker has expressed his wish to leave Bayern Munich this summer, but so far, no offers have been forthcoming.

LIVE BLOG

14.30 BST: After Fiorentina failed to reach an agreement with Juventus, Valencia have revived their interest in Marko Pjaca, Football Italia say.

14.20 BST: Manchester United are considering moves for Bayern Munich pair Robert Lewandowski and Thiago, according to The Independent.

14.10 BST: Super Deporte write that Valencia remain interested in Manchester United defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah.

14.00 BST: The Lancashire Telegraph report that Burnley have held talks with Swansea duo Alfie Mawson and Sam Clucas.

13.50 BST: Here is ESPN FC’s Liverpool blogger David Usher on how signing Alisson would be huge for the club.

13.40 BST: Fanatik claim Fenerbache have agreed a deal with Everton to take Yannick Bolasie on loan for the season.

13.30 BST: Atletico Madrid are seeking permission from FIFA before they complete a deal to sign Gelson Martins, AS say.

The Portugal winger had his contract at Sporting Lisbon rescinded, but the club are still asking for a transfer fee in excess of €45 million for him.

13.20 BST: Sky Sports Italia and Guardian journalist Fabrizio Romano has an update on Everton’s pursuit of Malcolm

13.10 BST: Jose Mourinho still has an “almost impossible dream” to sign Raphael Varane, according to Mundo Deportivo.

13.00 BST: Cengiz Under is the subject of interest from Manchester City, but they will not move for the Roma winger this summer, Calciomercato say.

12.50 BST: Everton have approached Adnan Januzaj over a possible transfer from Real Sociedad, Het Nieuwsblad say via the Mail.

12.30 BST: Gazzetta dello Sport, via the Mail, say that Wolves are interested in Inter Milan and Portugal midfielder Joao Mario.

The Serie A side are asking for £24 million for Mario, who spent the second half of last season on loan at West Ham.

12.20 BST: The Mirror write that Marco Silva is eyeing up moves for Danny Welbeck and Wilfried Zaha as he looks to overhaul the Everton squad.

12.10 BST: More here from ESPN FC’s Glenn Price regarding Alisson and Liverpool.

12.05 BST: Sky Sports News are now reporting that Tottenham and Aston Villa are in talks over the transfer of Jack Grealish.

11.50 BST: Look, I am as tired of the Alisson updates without movement as much as you are, but there seems to be some headway made in Liverpool’s pursuit, as reported by The Times’ Paul Joyce…

11.45 BST: West Ham will rival Newcastle for Mainz and Japan forward Yoshinori Muto, BILD say.

11.35 BST: As Thibaut Courtois edges closer to a move to Real Madrid, the Evening Standard write that Chelsea will enter a bidding war with Liverpool for Alisson.

Just the 37th time an Alisson story has popped up today.

11.25 BST: Sport are quoting BILD in saying that Thiago has asked Bayern Munich to let him rejoin Barcelona this summer.

11.15 BST: Simon Johnson of the Evening Standard has an update regarding talk of Petr Cech returning to Chelsea…

11.05 BST: The Mirror are running a report from Premium Sport which states that Maurizio Sarri has called Alisson to convince him to join Chelsea over Liverpool.

10.40 BST: Mauro Icardi is set to sign a contract extension at Inter Milan, Calciomercato say.

10.30 BST: Burnley are closing in on their first signing of the summer, with Sam Clucas on the verge of joining from Swansea, according to the Burnley Express.

10.20 BST: Marco Silva is keen on bringing Richarlison to Everton, having previously signed him at Watford, The Times say.

10.10 BST: Sky Sports News report that Bournemouth are in talks with Levante over a £17 million for Colombia midfielder Jefferson Lerma.

09.45 BST: Today’s cover of Corriere dello Sport says that Alvaro Morata and Gonzalo Higuain are both of interest to AC Milan…

09.35 BST: Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Bayer Leverkusen are open to loaning Benjamin Henrichs to Inter Milan, but the Serie A side see Sime Vrsaljko and Matteo Darmian as their priorities in the full-back position.

09.25 BST: Former Newcastle defender Kevin Mbabu, now of Swiss champions Young Boys, is on the radar of Fulham, according to West London Sport.

09.15 BST: Napoli continue to be linked with Karim Benzema and Angel Di Maria, while their fans dream of Edinson Cavani returning to the club, Tuttosport say.

09.05 BST: The Evening Standard report that Fulham are close to signing Newcastle’s Aleksandar Mitrovic on a permanent deal for £20 million.

08.55 BST: Some good, wholesome content, featuring Liverpool’s pursuit of Alisson

08.50 BST: Croatia World Cup star Domagoj Vida has been linked with a move to the Premier League this summer.

Milliyet write that West Ham are currently in pole position to sign the Besiktas defender.

08.45 BST: Over in Turkey, Haberturk say that Manchester United have had a €13 million bid for Trabzonspor’s 21-year-old midfielder Yusuf Yazici rejected by the club’s president.

08.30 BST: A look at today’s Marca front cover, which leads with Real Madrid stepping up their interest in Thibaut Courtois

08.15 BST: Tottenham hope to complete the signing of Jack Grealish from Aston Villa before they fly out for their preseason tour of the United States on Sunday, according to the Mirror.

08.05 BST: The Telegraph report that Everton are in advanced talks to sign Bordeaux winger Malcolm, who had previously been linked with Arsenal and Tottenham.

Chelsea to rival Liverpool for Alisson

With Courtois edging closer to the Stamford Bridge exit door, Chelsea are preparing to rival Liverpool’s bid for Brazil goalkeeper Alisson.

According to Sky, new boss Maurizio Sarri has identified the Roma No. 1 as the ideal replacement for Courtois, despite his hefty price tag of €70 million.

It’s thought that Liverpool’s offer is slightly below Roma’s valuation, which could allow Chelsea to sneak in if they agree to pay the full amount.

Should they fail to land Alisson, then Sky suggests that the Blues could bring back Petr Cech from Arsenal, while Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel is another potential target.

Chelsea have also agreed a fee with CSKA Moscow for Aleksandr Golovin, says The Sun, with the midfielder rejecting an offer from Monaco to head to Stamford Bridge.

Arsenal eye Sidibe

Just when it seemed Arsenal had finished their summer spending, Unai Emery has been linked with a move for Monaco full-back Djibril Sidibe.

According to Sport Witness, the Gunners boss is monitoring the 25-year-old’s situation amid reported interest from Manchester United and Atletico Madrid. 

With Stephan Lichtsteiner joining Arsenal in June, the club are already well-stocked at right-back, and so a move for Sidibe would hint at a possible departure for Hector Bellerin.

The 23-year-old struggled for form last season and has previously been the subject of an enquiry from Barcelona.

Tap-ins

Gary Cahill is set to quit Chelsea if they sign Daniele Rugani from Juventus, claims the Evening Standard. Rugani is thought to be a £44.2 million target for the Blues after he helped Juventus pip Napoli to the Serie A title last season.

— Bournemouth are planning to spend big on two South American World Cup stars, says The Sun. The Cherries want Colombian midfielder Jefferson Lerma, who plays in La Liga for Levante, and Uruguay wing-back Diego Laxalt, who is currently at Genoa.

— Newcastle have had an offer to loan Salomon Rondon rejected by West Brom, reports The Telegraph. The Baggies will allow the striker to leave only if the Magpies meet his £16.5 million release clause.

Matthew Stanger covers European football for ESPN and is the editor of The Set Pieces. Twitter: @MatthewStanger

Article source: http://www.espnfc.com/blog/transfer-talk/79/post/3568980/transfer-talk-real-madrid-ready-200m-pound-move-for-chelseas-eden-hazard-thibaut-courtois


Liverpool fans pranked by U.S. comedian Alison Becker over goalkeeper signing

ESPN FC’s Stewart Robson believes the goalkeeping position is pivotal for Liverpool’s chances at winning the Premier League this season.

With a potential €75 million transfer nearing completion, Liverpool fans are currently in a state of high tension over the prospect of their club signing goalkeeper Alisson Becker from Roma.

As the anticipation continued to ramp up, many Reds fans thought they’d seen the Brazilian goalkeeper confirm his transfer to Anfield on Tuesday when his Twitter account appeared to rubber stamp it.

However, on closer inspection, the “confirmation” actually came from U.S. actress and comedian Alison Becker, who obviously recently found out the hard way she shares a name with an international footballer.

Becker, who has appeared in “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Parks Recreation”, decided to troll Liverpool fans around the world by mischievously announcing that she had completed her big move to Merseyside.

Sometimes you’ve just got to sit back and applaud a master at work.

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

Article source: http://www.espnfc.com/blog/the-toe-poke/65/post/3569054/liverpool-fans-pranked-by-us-comedian-alison-becker-over-goalkeeper-signing


Liverpool fans pranked by U.S. comedian Alison Becker over goalkeeper signing

ESPN FC’s Stewart Robson believes the goalkeeping position is pivotal for Liverpool’s chances at winning the Premier League this season.

With a potential €75 million transfer nearing completion, Liverpool fans are currently in a state of high tension over the prospect of their club signing goalkeeper Alisson Becker from Roma.

As the anticipation continued to ramp up, many Reds fans thought they’d seen the Brazilian goalkeeper confirm his transfer to Anfield on Tuesday when his Twitter account appeared to rubber stamp it.

However, on closer inspection, the “confirmation” actually came from U.S. actress and comedian Alison Becker, who obviously recently found out the hard way she shares a name with an international footballer.

Becker, who has appeared in “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Parks Recreation”, decided to troll Liverpool fans around the world by mischievously announcing that she had completed her big move to Merseyside.

Sometimes you’ve just got to sit back and applaud a master at work.

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

Article source: http://www.espnfc.com/blog/the-toe-poke/65/post/3569054/liverpool-fans-pranked-by-us-comedian-alison-becker-over-goalkeeper-signing


Alisson would be a major statement for Reds

ESPN FC’s Stewart Robson believes the goalkeeping position is pivotal for Liverpool’s chances at winning the Premier League this season.

After months of speculation, Liverpool finally made their move and have agreed a world record fee of around £67 million with AS Roma for goalkeeper Alisson Becker.

It seems a large amount for a player who is almost 26 years old yet has only 81 league appearances to his name. Indeed, a little over a year ago he wasn’t even in the Roma side, he was sat on the bench backing up former Arsenal man Wojciech Szczesny.

Those are certainly red flags, but it could just be that he’s a late developer or he wasn’t given an opportunity. Liverpool have a glaring need at the position and Jurgen Klopp seemingly has eyes only for the Brazil international — who kept Ederson on the bench for his country at the World Cup — which should ease supporters’ concerns over the fee. There are a lot of cheaper goalkeepers out there and for Klopp to refuse to contemplate signing any of them is quite the vote of confidence in Alisson.

Since getting his chance to shine the Brazilian has made rapid progress for club and country. He enjoyed an impressive first full season as Roma’s No. 1 and is well established in his national side, but he is still relatively inexperienced in goalkeeping terms. English football will also present vastly different challenges to what Alisson is used to in Italy.

Klopp is clearly convinced though and he first tried to sign the Roma man midway through last season. A January transfer never materialised but it seems like Liverpool’s patience may finally be about to pay off.

There are some similarities here with the Virgil van Dijk transfer. As with Alisson, Klopp was prepared to wait to get his man rather than compromise and move for a secondary target. Splashing £75m, Klopp made Van Dijk the world’s most expensive defender and he’s prepared to make Alisson the most expensive goalkeeper. Klopp is not a manager who throws money around lightly, so when he spends big it tells you he is completely sure about the player.

Where this deal would differ to Van Dijk is in the risk factor. The Dutchman was proven quality and would have commanded a place in virtually any side in Europe. While the fee was high it became apparent fairly quickly that it was not going to weigh Van Dijk down and, as the weeks went by, it was mentioned less and less.

Alisson is not the “sure thing” Van Dijk was — not least because he has no experience of English football — but if he is as good as Klopp believes him to be it would put the Reds in a very strong position to challenge for honours this season.

Seeing Klopp addressing the biggest area of concern will be a boost for the players and will re-energise the supporters. There is much for supporters to feel excited about as the goalkeeping situation was casting a huge dark cloud over everything.

The thought of starting the season with Loris Karius in goal was causing sleepless nights for many a fan and even if Alisson does not arrive Karius cannot under any circumstances be considered for selection this season. It would not be fair to him, his teammates or the supporters.

If, as has been widely suggested, Klopp was prepared to keep faith with Karius in the event that Alisson proved to be out of reach, he must surely have realised now that simply isn’t possible. The position of Karius is untenable and has become a circus.

Perhaps Klopp thought that his young compatriot could ride out the storm, but if that was his thinking then recent events will have shown him that isn’t how this will play out.

Karius had a lot of sympathy from fans after what happened in Kiev but much of that sympathy disappeared when he posted a self-indulgent, professionally shot video of himself training in California. There was already a bullseye on his back and this total lack of self-awareness only served to make things worse.

He removed that video but the horse had already bolted. Within a couple of days a clip of him letting a shot go through him in a warm up before a preseason game went viral and had well over a million views. Under normal circumstances it wouldn’t have even been noticed as the camera was focused on the pitchside presenters and Karius was merely in the background. And besides, it’s a warm up. In preseason. Against Chester.

There is nothing normal about the situation Karius is in though. In the next preseason game he made a dreadful mistake that allowed Tranmere Rovers to score, prompting one Tranmere player to shout a mouthful of expletives at the keeper.

We later discovered that the player in question, Ben Tolitt, is a Liverpool fan who was so angry at the ineptitude of Karius that he couldn’t even celebrate a goal for the team he played for. It’s an absolute circus and a massive distraction to everybody, but that would all end with the arrival of Alisson.

Concerns over whether Alisson is worth the money are valid but the key elements here are that Klopp clearly has no doubts about him and that the club, just as they did with Van Dijk, are backing their manager’s judgement with hard cash.

If this deal goes through, Liverpool are to be applauded for thinking big and showing once more that after years of being pushed around by their rivals they are now prepared to compete at the very top end of the market again.

Dave Usher is one of ESPN FC’s Liverpool bloggers. Follow him on Twitter: @theliverpoolway.

Article source: http://www.espnfc.com/club/liverpool/364/blog/post/3569153/liverpool-move-for-alisson-would-be-a-major-statement-and-boost-fans-club


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