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KYLIAN MBAPPE has told PSG he ‘wants to leave’, and is eyeing a spectacular move to Real Madrid.

And some reports in Spain even claim the France World Cup winner is willing to take a pay cut in order to push the move through.

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  • ROMA HAS IT

    Highly-rated Verona defender Marash Kumbulla is about to join AS Roma.

    The Verona defender, 20, was born in Italy but represents Albania at international level.

    According to Fabrizio Romano, Inter Milan and Lazio were also interested in signing him.

    But with no agreement for Chris Smalling in place, Roma are ready to go for Kumbulla, who they see as a long-term investment.

  • IN FOR THE KYL

    Real Madrid are leading Liverpool in the race for Kylian Mbappe according to reports in Spain.

    The Times reported over the weekend that the World Cup-winning superstar has told PSG he wants out at the end of the coming season.

    And El Chiringuito even state that Mbappe is willing to take a pay cut in order to play for the LaLiga champions.

  • TRANSFER NEWS

    The news United are ready to offer Gareth Bale a short-term deal has left Jadon Sancho sweating.

    Sancho was convinced his switch from Borussia Dortmund to Old Trafford would go through this summer or in the New Year window.

    United had agreed personal terms with the England international. They have also recently resolved the issue of the agents cut of the deal which had been a major stumbling block.

    But they will still not match the £108m valuation the Bundesliga side have put on the player.

    After losing patience over Sancho, they want to take the Real Madrid star on loan for a season initially but with the option to renegotiate that for a further year.

    Bale, 31, has two years left on his current £650,000-a-week Real Madrid contract.

    He would have to take a wage cut with United and Real may even have to pay part of it. Real could demand an upfront transfer fee of £18.5million rather than a loan.

  • GRABBING HOLD

    West Ham are ready to offer Arsenal a stunning £5million rental deal for centre-back Rob Holding.

    Boss David Moyes wants a new defender and co-owner David Sullivan is willing to pay the cash for a season-long loan.

    Holding was in the Arsenal side for the opening game at Fulham but he could still be allowed out once the full squad is available.

    Newcastle United tried for Holding before talks broke down but the Hammers plan to put money on the table that will top their proposal.

    The offer would cover Holding’s wages and add a premium to make it a lucrative offer to their London rivals.

  • MILIKING IT

    Roma have reached an agreement with Napoli to sign striker Arkadiusz Milik.

    According to FabrizioRomano, the Serie A side will pay £23m plus add ons included.

    But Roma are yet to agree personal terms with Milik.

    If he decides to join, Edin Dzeko will be sold to Juventus.

    It is claimed Dzeko has always been Juve’s No1 target as they look to bring in a forward this window.

  • HOT ROD

    Rodrigo de Paul is ready to sign for Leeds United – andconfirmed it in a deleted tweet.

    The Premier League newbiesare negating with Udinese, who want around £35m.

  • RUN WITH IT

    Arsenal are in talks to sign Icelandic keeper Runar Alex Runarsson, according to reports.

    Boss Mikel Arteta wants the £1.5million-rated stopper as a replacement for Emiliano Martinez.

    The Argentine has joined league rivals Aston Villa.

    According to the Telegraph, Arsenal have opened talks with Ligue 1 side Dijon where Runarsson has spent the last two seasons.

    The 25-year-old has five caps for Iceland and was also part of their 2018 World Cup squad.

    Arsenal’s goalkeeping coach, Inaki Cana, knows Runarsson well having worked with him at his previous club Nordsjaelland.

  • RAC CITY

    Man Utd are weighing up a move for Valencia’s Uros Racic.

    The Serbian central midfielder has a £92million release clause in his contract.

    But with Valencia struggling with a financial crisis, a fee of around £28m might be enough to secure Racic’s services.

    Racic is a box-to-box player – around 6ft 4ins and powerfully built.

    He is renowned for his workrate and defensive power but also has good footwork and can shoot with either foot.

    Aged just 22, he has failed to settle in Valencia after joining the La Liga outfit from Red Star.

  • WIL-ING BUYERS

    Genoa are reportedly plotting a free transfer swoop for injury plagued West Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere.

    The ex-Arsenal star has played just 18 times for the Hammers since his 2018 arrival and the East Londoners are said to be considering ripping up his contract.

    Despite featuring during pre-season, Wilshere, 28, did not even make the bench for the Irons’ woeful opening day home defeat to Newcastle.

    Ankle and groin problems have seen the Englishman ruled out for more than 350 days since his arrival at London Stadium.

    But this has not put Genoa off, according to Corriere dello Sport.

  • SWEAT OUT

    The news Man Utd are looking at bringing in Gareth Bale on loan has left Sancho sweating.

    Sancho was convinced his switch from Borussia Dortmund to Old Trafford would go through this summer or in the New Year window.

    United had agreed personal terms with the England international.

    They have also recently resolved the issue of the agents cut of the deal which had been a major stumbling block.

    But they will still not match the £108m valuation the Bundesliga side have put on the player.

    United believe that is way too high for a 20-year-old in the current financial climate with all football clubs hit hard by the Covid-19 lockdown.

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