Daily Headlines; Man Utd are favorites to sign Fiorentina center-back, Zlatan closing in on a new Milan deal, Chelsea join race for Camavinga

Barcelona are leading the chase for Rapid Vienna midfielder Yusuf Demir – according to ESPN.

Zlatan Ibrahimovich is closing in on a new deal at Milan – according to Calcio Mercato.

Ajax are plotting a future move for Flamengo goalkeeper Hugo Souza – according to O Dia.

Chelsea will try to sign Antonio Rudiger to a contract extension before the summer to avoid the risk of him leaving on a free transfer in 2022, with the Daily Mail reporting manager Thomas Tuchel is a driving force in getting a deal done soon.

Donny van de Beek is tired of spending time on the fringes of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad and is ready to quit Manchester United if not allowed back into the first-team soon, claims the Daily Star.

Lazio will look to sign Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia on a free transfer to provide depth at centre-back, according to La Lazio Siamo Noi.

According to Telegraph, Fans of the big clubs outside London, including Manchester United and Manchester City, face potential shutout for the FA Cup final as a 20,000-strong crowd pilot could be predominantly restricted to local spectators.

Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez has been called up by Spain – dealing a blow to Chelsea outcast Kepa Arrizabalaga.

According to the Sun, Manchester United could save nearly £1m per week by ditching five of their stars, including David de Gea and Edinson Cavani.

Chelsea have reportedly joined the race for Rennes wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga. Per the Sun.

Manchester United are reportedly the clear favourites to snare Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic for £30m, according to reports.

Paris Saint-Germain’s squad are to receive 24-hour security at the expense of the club in wake of burglaries on the homes of Angel Di Maria and Marquinhos.

According to Mirror, Manchester United have reportedly made Erling Haaland their No 1 transfer target with new football director John Murtough seemingly already hard at work.

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