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Barcelona to challenge Manchester United for Everton's Amadou Onana – Paper Talk – Sky Sports


Plus: Chelsea have discussed a potential deal involving striker Armando Broja in their offer for Leicester midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall; Emile Smith Rowe is set to tell Arsenal he wants to leave the club
Saturday 29 June 2024 07:50, UK
The top stories and transfer rumours from Saturday’s newspapers…
Barcelona are reportedly set to lock horns with Manchester United in the race for Amadou Onana’s signature.
Chelsea have discussed a potential deal involving striker Armando Broja in their offer for Leicester City midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall.
Everton and West Ham have also been among the clubs to ask about Hull centre-back Jacob Greaves along with Ipswich Town.
Jake Wightman faces missing out on Olympic selection in the 1,500m after he withdrew from this weekend’s British trials with a calf injury.
Joselu will not be returning to Real Madrid next season with the striker having agreed a two-year deal to move to Qatar with Al-Gharafa.
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Carl Lewis is backing Britain’s Louie Hinchliffe to become one of the country’s greatest-ever sprinters after answering the 21-year-old’s call to help train him.
Neymar has gone on record listing the four Premier League clubs he’d play for after being backed to join Arsenal.
Manchester City are closing in on making Oliver Reiss their new U18s manager.
Derby County are expected to beat off competition from Championship rivals Blackburn, QPR and Stoke to sign Swansea’s Jerry Yates on loan.
The Spanish FA will not consider Valencia’s unfinished Nou Mestalla, which has laid abandoned since the club hit financial problems 15 years ago, as a potential 2030 World Cup venue.
Napoli star Khvicha Kvaratskhelia says he will decide on his future after Euro 2024 because he is fully focused on Georgia’s knockout game against Spain.
Emile Smith Rowe is set to tell Arsenal he wants to leave the club.
Arsenal’s initial approach for Jules Kounde has been shut down by Barcelona.
Arsenal will receive a boost to their summer transfer funds once Ipswich complete a deal to sign former scholar Omari Hutchinson from Chelsea thanks to a valuable sell-on clause.
Wolves are refusing to budge on their £45m valuation of Max Kilman, forcing West Ham to start thinking about moving on to other defensive targets.
Reading have requested to withdraw from the Women’s Championship, after an 11th-hour bid to take over the women’s arm of the club fell through, and the entire women’s and girls’ programme could soon be closed down.
Wimbledon is facing calls to drop Barclays as a sponsor over the bank’s ties to fossil fuels and defence companies supplying Israel.
The river Seine is still failing water quality tests one month before the Paris Olympics when it is scheduled to host the open-water swimming competition and the swimming leg of the triathlon, results revealed on Friday.
Kevin Sinfield has been granted compassionate leave from England’s tour of New Zealand to fly home and attend his friend Rob Burrow’s funeral next weekend.
West Ham could turn to Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka if they are unable to secure deals for either Max Kilman or Kyle Walker-Peters.
British Grand Prix managing director Stuart Pringle has hit back at Lewis Hamilton’s criticism of Silverstone ticket prices and emphasised that all income is ploughed back into the circuit and British motorsport.
Emma Raducanu is eyeing up a future as a University of Oxford student, according to her friend and fellow tennis professional Fran Jones, who recently spent a day touring Oxford’s colleges with her.
Max Verstappen’s father Jos has reignited his feud with Christian Horner by accusing the Red Bull team principal of forcing him out of a legends parade at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Cole Palmer has thanked former Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino for believing in him during his time at Stamford Bridge and doesn’t believe he would be in England’s Euro 2024 squad without his backing.
Serbia goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic was involved in a “bar fight” in Munich before his country’s elimination from Euro 2024 according to reports in his homeland.
Brighton are set to advance their interest in Newcastle United winger Yankuba Minteh with the Magpies forced to broker sales before the so-called Profitability and Sustainability Regulations (PSR) deadline at the end of the month.
Manchester United are seriously considering a move to sign Matthijs de Ligt from Bayern Munich.
Georgia’s players have been offered millions of pounds by the country’s former Prime Minister – billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili – if they are able to continue their Euro 2024 dream by beating Spain on Sunday.
Celtic target Dominik Livakovic won’t be leaving Fenerbahce this summer after a representative of the Croatian stopper came out to deny any talk of a departure.
Rising Hacken star Pontus Dahbo is reportedly on Celtic’s wanted list with the 18-year-old being watched by a clutch of European big-hitters.
Gio Van Bronckhorst is reportedly set to do business with Rangers this summer and reunite with one of his former players at Besiktas.
Rangers boss Philippe Clement’s summer recruitment drive has extended into his dugout by appointing Andries Ulderlink to his backroom team.
Former Hearts boss Ian Cathro is set to be appointed as the new manager of Portuguese outfit Estoril.
The 2024 summer transfer window in the Premier League and Scottish Premiership is officially open.
The window will close on August 30 at 11pm UK time in England and at 11.30pm in Scotland.
The Premier League and Scottish Premiership brought forward Deadline Day to link up with the other major leagues in Europe. The closing dates were set following discussions with the leagues in England, Germany, Italy, Spain and France.
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