Daily Headlines; Real Madrid to put Vinicius Jr up for sale in the summer, RB Leipzig and Liverpool Champions League clash could hold in Budapest, Harry Maguire reckons lifting the Premier League will silence critics

Manchester United wonderkid Shola Shoretire will shun interest from outside England to sign a professional deal at Old Trafford, reports the Mirror. 

Ajax have confirmed that they have accidentally left club-record signing Sebastien Haller out of their Europa League squad.

Atletico Mineiro have finished their signing of River Plate midfielder Nacho Fernandez, Yahoo Esportes has confirmed.

Tottenham doesn’t want Gareth Bale beyond his 2020-21 loan and are prepared to ship him back to Real Madrid, writes Marca.

United States youth star Justin Che has agreed to join Bayern Munich on loan from FC Dallas – according to ESPN.

Real Madrid may put Vinicius Junior up for sale in the summer transfer window – according to AS.

Martin Braithwaite declined the chance to join West Brom in the January transfer window as he wanted to stay and fight for his place at Barcelona, Mundo Deportivo reports.

Aston Villa youngster Carney Chukwuemeka is the subject of interest from Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool – according to The Times.

Manchester City are eyeing a swoop for Borussia Dortmund hotshot Erling Haaland before the Dortmund star’s release clause kicks in. Per Mirror.

Real Madrid’s pursuit of Bayern Munich defender David Alaba has been dealt a blow, with Premier League clubs given hope of striking a deal.

Liverpool could face RB Leipzig in Budapest after it was confirmed the Reds won’t be allowed to travel to Germany for the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.

According to The Sun, Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira has joined the race to become the new Bournemouth manager.

Neymar has hinted that the Premier League does not interest him – having been turned off by the game’s physicality, according to The Sun.

Harry Maguire reckons lifting the Premier League for Manchester United will silence the haters.

Premier League clubs have been left aghast after reporting racist messages to Twitter – only to be told that the use of a monkey emoji does not violate their rules.

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