Release Date: Tuesday, April 9, 8:37
Liverpool struggles with Barcelona to sign the Wolves Star, while Man Utd, according to Tuesday's papers, will launch a 50 million pound medieval.
A CLOP WHICH IS DEVELOPING A WHOLE STARLET
According to the report, Liverpool is struggling with Barcelona to sign the Wolves star Ruben Vinagre.
Vinagre just moved to Molineux last summer for a £ 10m deal that affected Nuno Espirito Santo during the Monaco loan.
The Midlands Club might be able to quickly overcome it only 12 months later Birmingham Mail shows that the Portuguese star attracts interest from two of Europe's highest clubs.
The left-wing party, now 20 years old, has arrived at 14 Premier League Wolves this season, which has recognized itself as the departure of Jonny Castrosince Barry Douglas.
The report says that Jurgen Klopp was influenced by the Portuguese U20 international Wolves game against Liverpool earlier this season.
However, they are not in their own interest, as mentioned in the report Oh Jogo said Barcelona has decided Vinagre "repeatedly" and could move on its own.
Arsenal Purpose Thomas Partey says he expects this summer to stay at Atletico in Madrid, raising interest in the 25-year-old Ghanaian midfielder.
Ajax Left Nicolas Tagliafico says that this summer can be a "natural time" to move to the Premier League club. 26-year-old Argentina is the target of Arsenal. (Mirror)
Manchester United is preparing a £ 50m summer price for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice. (Irish Independent)
England's international Rice says that joining Hammers was the "best decision" he ever made when Chelsea allowed him to go 14 years old.
Mike Phelan, Head of Manchester United Assistants, says that the French midfielder Paul Pogba (26) is "not ready for business" and wants him to stay with Old Trafford. (Telegraph)
Everton's attacker Nikola Vlasic's agent says that 21-year-old Croatian international wants to stay in CSKA in Moscow for a permanent deal when his season ends this summer. (Liverpool echo)
Leicester City attacker Islam Slim will leave the club this summer. (Star)
West Ham does not offer Andy Carroll, 30, at the end of the new season. An English attacker has had surgical surgery to exclude him from the rest of the campaign. (Mail)
Carroll could join the Major League football club when his contract with West Ham ends. (Times)