Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus future LATEST, Kane told to quit Tottenham, Sancho UPDATE – Man City, Chelsea transfer news

Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus future LATEST, Kane told to quit Tottenham, Sancho UPDATE – Man City, Chelsea transfer news

May 10, 2021

CRISTIANO RONALDO'S Juventus future appears uncertain after they lost 3-0 to Serie A rivals AC Milan.

Meanwhile Harry Kane has been told by Alan Shearer that he should QUIT Tottenham in order to win trophies.

And we have the latest updates on Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland who both look set to quit Dortmund, while Sergio Aguero could stay in England next season with a new club.


Follow ALL of the latest news and updates below…

  • Marc Mayo


    Liverpool youngster Fidel O’Rourke has agreed a new long-term contract with the club.

    The forward has played 19 times for the Reds Under-23s in their Premier League 2 campaign.

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    Leyton Orient have confirmed their intention to hire a new manager following Jobi McAnuff’s playing retirement.

    The winger has hung up his boots after a spell as player-manager and a new appointment is being eyed in the ‘coming weeks’.

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    A big clash at the bottom of the Premier League is up and running between Fulham and Burnley. We'll be keeping you up to date with the major goings on here.

    Fulham XI: Areola, Tete, Andersen, Adarabioyo, Robinson, De Cordova-Reid, Lemina, Anguissa, Cavaleiro Lookman, Mitrovic.

    Burnley XI: Pope; Taylor, Mee, Tarkowski, Lowton; McNeil, Westwood, Cork, Brownhill; Wood, Vydra.

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    Harry Maguire looks set to miss Manchester United’s final four Premier League games in his race against time to be fit for the Europa League final, writes Charlie Wyett.

    The United skipper, although hopeful of being fit for the Villarreal clash, is awaiting the results of an ankle scan after suffering an ankle injury in Sunday’s 3-1 win at Aston Villa

    Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will do everything possible to get Maguire ready for the May 26 final against the Spanish side in Poland.

    And this means Maguire will miss tonight’s home game with former club Leicester and Thursday’s clash with Liverpool.

    He is also unlikely to feature against Fulham next Tuesday or Wolves on the final day of the season on May 23.

    Maguire is determined to win his fitness race but if the scan results show a problem, he will have to ensure he is ready for Euro 2020.

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    League One champions Hull have signed up academy talent Harry Wood to a new two-year deal.

    The midfielder made his debut for the club against Charlton on the weekend.

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    Boca Juniors are still yet to make an official move for Lucas Torreira, despite strongly being linked with a move for the Arsenal outcast.

    According to Libertad Digital, Sevilla and Inter Milan are pushing forward with their interest in the Atletico Madrid loanee.

    But his previous pleas to sign for boyhood club Boca appear to have fallen on deaf ears.

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    Jack Grealish’s agent Jonathan Barnett has insisted Manchester United are not at the front of the queue to sign the Aston Villa star.

    The injured playmaker was previously strongly linked with Old Trafford and could be a target once again this summer.

    But Barnett told SNTV: “The truth is we don't know [what will happen]. 

    “There are many [interested] clubs and I wouldn't put Manchester United at the top of that.

    "But he could stay. He could stay as well so it's a conversation the club, Aston Villa, will have with Jack and ourselves then we'll see where we go."

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    Liverpool have been linked with a swoop for Patrick Bamford – but they will have to pay more than expected after the Leeds star’s secret new deal.

    The 27-year-old striker has shone in the Premier League this term for Marcelo Bielsa’s side despite his previous poor spells at Crystal Palace, Norwich, Burnley and Middlesbrough.

    The Athletic have claimed his performances ‘have not gone unnoticed’ by ‘several clubs’, with Liverpool ‘believed to admire’ him.

    Bamford’s contract was widely-thought to be expiring at Elland Road next summer – which could have increased pressure to sell him at the end of the current campaign.

    However, the publication claims the former Chelsea ace has actually penned a 12-month extension LAST YEAR.

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    A huge clash in the relegation battle tonight as Fulham host Burnley.

    The Cottagers need to avoid defeat to keep alive their survival hopes – with a draw almost certainly not enough as well.

    That clash kicks off at 8pm on Sky Sports.

    Meanwhile, in LaLiga, Real Betis host Granada on Premier Sports with both clubs aiming for a Europa League spot for next season.

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    Arsenal, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich target has insisted he is not yet decided on his plans for next season.

    The Rennes star, 18, is out of contract in 2022 and hotly-tipped to make a big move this summer.

    He told Telefoot: "It makes you feel flattered and it is nice that teams like Real Madrid or Bayern are interested in your situation, I'm not going to lie.

    "But I have not yet decided with my family what I will do."

    Credit: AFP
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    Barcelona could be alerted by reports of Inter Milan being willing to sell Lautaro Martinez.

    Italian daily Corriere della Sera claim the Serie A champions are seeking fresh pay cuts amid their crumbling finances.

    And Blaugrana target Martinez has reportedly been eyed as an ideal candidate, alongside Alessandro Bastoni, to be sold for a big profit.

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    ED’S UP

    Edinson Cavani has thanked Manchester United’s fans for encouraging him to sign a new one-year deal with the club.

    He said: “From the very first moment that I arrived, I felt the confidence of the manager. 

    “As a player, this belief gives you the perfect opportunity to play your best football and I want to thank him for that.

    “I have been touched with how much the supporters have wanted me to stay, and I will give everything to bring them happiness and joy with my performances on the field. 

    “I’ve not yet been able to play in front of the Old Trafford crowd and that is something that I cannot wait to do.”

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    Frank Lampard is the leading contender to be Crystal Palace's next managerial appointment.

    That's according to bookmakers Betfair, who've installed the 42-year-old as favourite to take charge at Selhurst Park.

    However, Lampard's chances aren't as strong as they were. The England hero WAS previously available at 1/3 but has drifted out to 6/4 after a flurry of activity in the betting market.

    Next Crystal Palace Manager odds – Betfair

    • Frank Lampard – 6/4
    • Sean Dyche – 10/3
    • Valerien Ismael – 7/2
    • Eddie Howe – 5/1
    • Steve Cooper – 6/1
    • Patrick Vieira – 10/1


    Chelsea and Manchester City fans WILL be able to attend the Champions League final.

    But supporters of both clubs were facing up to the increasing likelihood of having to travel to Portugal rather than Wembley for the May 29 showpiece.

    A day of intense negotiations between the Government and Uefa over switching the game to Wembley failed to break an impasse.

    As SunSport revealed, Uefa wants guarantees that media, broadcasters, VIPs and sponsors would be free from any restrictions in the country – with the Government wanting them confined to hotel quarters for the rest of their stay and not allowed out to sight-see.

    That is a serious sticking point for Euro chiefs, who are pressing for restrictions to be lifted.

    Although the Government is willing to make significant compromises in order to let the game go ahead, there are concerns that simply waving 2,000 potential Covid spreaders into the country is not feasible or acceptable.

    And that could lead to Uefa and the Government reluctantly conceding Wembley is not a viable option, with the match instead being shifted – as it was last season – to Lisbon’s Estadio da Luz.


    Premier League games will welcome up to 10,000 supporters inside stadiums for the final two fixtures.

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed the news as lockdown restrictions continue to ease from May 17.

    In a press conference, he said: "From Monday 17 May indoor hospitality can reopen and indoor entertainment can resume, including cinemas, museums, and children’s play areas.

    "All remaining outdoor entertainment can reopen, such as outdoor cinemas and performances.

    "Some larger events will be able to take place, including conferences, theatre and concert performances, and sports events. Restrictions on the number of attendees will remain as set out in the Roadmap."

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      Marco van Ginkel has admitted he fears his Chelsea career is over.

      The Dutch international joined the Blues from Vitesse Arnhem in an £8million deal eight years ago.

      However he has since made just FOUR club appearances, spending six seasons out on loan to AC Milan, Stoke and PSV Eindhoven.

      Out of contract in the summer, he said: “Chelsea have to let me know officially next week whether they will take up their option.

      "I will calmly wait to find out, and then we will see what happens. The chances that I will go on to play for them are not great.

      "But if I can play matches I have some value, and [with a new contract] they could still get a few millions for me. I don't yet know what they plan. It could happen, or maybe they will let me go."

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      Arsenal are chasing Borussia Monchengladbach's Denis Zakaria for a summer transfer, it has been claimed.

      According to 90min, the midfielder wants to leave ahead of his contract expiring in 2022.

      And the Gunners are reckoned to be in the running for his signature.

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      Neil Taylor is wanted by Championship duo Stoke and QPR as well as two Turkish clubs, writes Phil Cadden.

      The Aston Villa left-back, 32, is out of contract with Dean Smith's side this summer.

      Both Stoke and QPR have expressed their interest in the Wales 43-cap defender.

      But the EFL clubs face competition from Istanbul Basaksehir and Trabzonspor in Turkey for his services on a free transfer.

      Taylor has made just one Premier League appearance for Villa this season, a 15-minute substitute appearance in the 2-0 away defeat to Manchester City in January.

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      Even when recalling his historic hat-trick against Arsenal, Mick Quinn can't help but brings in odds.

      You could say he was always destined to go into racing.

      Check out our feature on the former striker's journey from the pitch to the stable here.

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      Derby have been plunged back to the brink after the EFL won its appeal to find the Rams guilty of breaching Financial Fair Play rules.

      Just three days after the comeback draw against Sheffield Wednesday that kept Derby in the Championship, they are again staring at a potential points deduction that would consign them to League One.

      The final decision will be made by an independent panel, which will rule whether any punishment should be imposed for this season or next term.

      But while the possibility of the panel imposing its penalty immediately is a real one, it is more likely that doing so after the season has finished will be deemed unfair to Derby, the club’s fans and supporters.

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      Steve Bruce has hinted the returning Toon Army could force him to leave Newcastle.

      The manager remains deeply unpopular among the Newcastle fan-base, who will be back at St James’ Park for next week’s clash against Sheffield United.

      Asked about facing angry supporters, he said: “We are always one dip away from that situation, and it’s something I’ve really got to think long and hard about.

      “It then becomes damaging to the football club and the players.

      “We try and keep them away from all these situations, but if it hampers them then that’s one thing I’ve got to look at.”

      And Bruce, 60, cast further doubt over his future when asked directly on talkSPORT if he will be at the helm beyond the summer.

      The Magpies boss added: “It is for others to decide.

      "Most clubs will have big discussions and review the season. I am a football person and it is still too early to retire yet.

      “But those conversations will happen over the next couple of weeks, I am sure.”

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      Wayne Rooney guided Derby to Championship safety on the final day of the season – and he used Marcus Rashford's success story to help him do that.

      The 35-year-old explained: "Marcus' story from getting in the first team I actually used it a couple of weeks ago.

      "We've had injuries at Derby, and I put a few of the young lads on the bench who hadn't even trained with us so I used Marcus' story from that.

      "Marcus came in from nowhere, didn't really train with us, come in, and impact and look where's he's gone on from that.

      "So for those players to try and follow in those footsteps when you get that chance, it's up to you then to take it, and he's certainly done that."

    • Thomas Blow


      Sadio Mane has claimed he is enduring his worst-ever season with Liverpool set to miss out on Champions League football.

      He told Canal Plus: "This is the worst season of my career. I have to admit it.

      "If you ask me what is wrong I will struggle to give you an answer. Personally I don't know.

      "I have always tried to be positive, whether things are going well or badly. I question myself all the time.

      "I even underwent a test to take a look at my body. Am I eating the right foods, or has everything changed?

      "But they checked the test results, and everything is fine.

      "I need to understand that in life there are ups and downs.

      "I will keep on working hard – and perhaps in time this situation will pass."

    • Thomas Blow


      Bolton being promoted looked unlikely all season – but perhaps with their record, it was actually IanEvattable.

      Wanderers, under boss Ian Evatt, went up for the 14th time, moving level with Birmingham at the top of the charts for most promotions in English league history.

      Click here to read more.

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      Things are going from bad to worse for Juventus.

      Italian Football Federation (FIGC) president Gabriele Gravina has threatened to kick the club out of Serie A.

      Gravina told Naples radio station Kiss Kiss: "The rules are clear. If Juventus is still part of the Super League when it enters next season, it can't participate in Serie A."

      It is believed the Italian giants, Real Madrid and Barcelona are still committed to the doomed project.

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