Transfer Rumours Today: Pogba staying, Neymar moving, Salah update.
Coutinho has rejected specualtion that he could join Manchester United this summer out of respect for Liverpool. Barcelona are demanding Â£100m for the ex Liverpool man and that value means less than 5 clubs will be able to afford the man due to FFP, however that has not stopped Coutinho saying he will reject any talks with United.
Harry Redknapp has said he fully expects his nephew Frank Lampard to be the next Chelsea manager. This contradicts speculationt that Lampard was having extension talks with Derby County today. Has Sarri agreed terms with Juventus?
Leicester have entered the race to sign Lutons James Justin. Aston Villa were firm favourites to land the right back and were said to have agreed a fee prior to the playoff final. However nothing has been finalised and signed and now Leicester have joined the race for his signature. It is thought that he will be cover and a bench warmer for Rodgers however he could be promised a more senior role at Premier League newcomers Aston Villa.
Aston Villa remain favourites to sign Jack Butland and are leading the race. Current odds are 1/5 that the England international will join Dean Smith's Villa by the end of the summer transfer window. Villa have also confirmed the signing of Kortney Hause from Wolves as they secure their fourth signing of the window with many more to come in a very exciting summer transfer window for Aston Villa fans.
RB Leipzig have confirmed that no approaches have been received for Germany striker Tmo Werner. Werner is in the final year of his contract and is odds on to join Liverpool or Manchester United.
Pogba has added to speculation that he could soon be leaving the club for the second time. However sources suggest that Man United are confident that Pogba will remain a United player next season unless a suitable replacement is saught.
Harry Maguire could remain at Leicester as he looks to have been over valued by his club. Both Manchester clubs were said to be chasing his services, however Leicester placed an Â£80m valuation on his head which has seen the speculation cool off.Â
Matthijs de Ligt's signature is hotter than ever with Juve now entering the race.Â