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Chelsea Manager Graham Potter Wants To Sign Kane


Chelsea manager Graham Potter wants to sign Tottenham and England star Harry Kane, 29, and is willing to trade Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 29.

Mykhaylo Mudryk, a 21-year-old winger for Shakhtar Donetsk who has been likened to Neymar, has drawn attention from Liverpool.

Brendan Rodgers is the manager of Leicester, but they can’t fire him since doing so would cost them £10 million.

Should Leicester fire Rodgers, Mauricio Pochettino, Rafael Benitez, and Sean Dyche are on their shortlist to replace him.

Joao Gomes, a 21-year-old midfielder for Flamengo, is being watched by Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp searches for reinforcements in a trouble spot.

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Benjamin Pavard, a defender for France, thought about leaving Bayern Munich this summer due to interest from Manchester United, Chelsea, Paris St. Germain, Atletico Madrid, and Juventus.

The top brass of Manchester United disagree on their transfer strategy; chief executive Richard Arnold wants to hold off until the summer, while Erik ten Hag intends to make further acquisitions in January.

To find a buyer before the summer transfer deadline, West Ham informed 29-year-old Argentine winger Manuel Lanzini that he is free to depart in January.

When his contract ends next summer, Barcelona is interested in signing 26-year-old Real Madrid and Spain winger Marco Asensio on a free transfer.

Luis Suarez, an Uruguayan international, will only play for Nacional for one season before returning to his own country. The president of the club confirmed that the 35-year-old striker would depart after the campaign.

After losing to Augsburg over the weekend, Bayern Munich has openly endorsed manager Julian Nagelsmann, moving the Bundesliga champions up to the fifth place.

Ansgar Knauff, a 20-year-old winger for Eintracht Frankfurt who has been likened to Arjen Robben, is being watched by Premier League teams.


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