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Sunday’s transfer rumors – Juventus close to re-signing Pogba

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All the transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and much more.

Juventus close to re-signing Pogba

Juventus are edging closer to a deal to bring Pogba back to Turin. Manchester United are believed to be wanting a fee in the range of 80m upwards. To reduce that price, the Italian giants will attempt to use Adrien Rabiot as makeweight. (L’Equipe, via Sunday Express)

Juventus will still have Real Madrid to worry about as Zinedine Zidane will still make attempts to bring his compatriot to the Bernabeu. (Mundo Deportivo, via Star on Sunday)

Barcelona and Real Madrid join Sancho race

Barcelona and Real Madrid are also interested in Jadon Sancho but English side Manchester United still have the upper hand as it stands. Due to financial implications, the Red Devils would be in the best position to sign the 20-year-old, should Dortmund choose to sell. . (Athletic, via Star on Sunday)

Emmanuel Dennis expected to make big summer transfer

Club Brugge manager Philippe Clement has said that he expects forward Emmanuel Dennis to leave the club this summer.  The 22-year-old Nigerian international has gathered interest from a host of European clubs. There is much interest from English sides with Arsenal, Wolves and Newcastle rumored to be the most keen on his signature. (La Derniere Heure, via Birmingham Mail)

 Xavi doubts Mane and Aubameyang at Barcelona

Barcelona legend Xavi Hernandez has shared his thoughts on two Barcelona targets. The Catalan side have been linked to the prolific duo of Aubameyang and Mane but the Spaniard doubts if both players can fit the club’s style of play. (Metro)

Mbappe to stay put at PSG

Due to the financial implications of the global pandemic, Kylian Mbappe would not push for an exit from PSG this summer. The 21-year-old is now expected to stay put with the French champions for at least one more season before considering his future once again. (L’Equipe, via AS)