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Daily Headlines; Man Utd eye Pedro Neto, Barcelona President desperate to sign Erling Haaland

Steve Bruce still retains the support of Newcastle owner Mike Ashley despite the 3-0 defeat to Brighton on Saturday, reports the Chronicle.

Fenerbahce want Jorge Jesus to take over as manager and have held preliminary talks with the Benfica boss, according to Dirilis Postasi.

Leicester have entered the race to sign Yves Bissouma from Brighton, reports the Irish Mirror.

Maurizio Sarri will have no shortage of offers as he prepares to return to coaching in 2021-22, reports CalcioMercato. 

A trio of Serie A heavyweights are interested in Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso, reports CalcioMercato. 

Celta Vigo have entered the race for River Plate striker Rafael Borre, reports Marca. 

Luke Shaw’s impressive recent performances for Manchester United are set to earn the defender a fresh contract, claims the Mirror. 

Virgil van Dijk is set to incur the wrath of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp due to his determination to play Euro 2020, reports the Mirror. 

Former Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder is top of West Brom’s list of managerial targets, claims the Daily Star. 

According the Sun, Manchester United are eyeing a £50m-plus summer move for Wolves star Pedro Neto.

Real Madrid winger Lucas Vazquez is reportedly open to offers from other clubs as speculation continues about his future, with Leeds and Everton interested. Per the Sun.

According to the Mail, Eric Bailly is reportedly set to turn down a contract extension at Manchester United after being left feeling ‘furious and disrespected’ by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after being left out of the team to play AC Milan.

According to the Mail, Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish is unlikely to add to Jose Mourinho’s problems on Sunday with the midfielder set to delay his return from injury until after the international break.

Barcelona president Joan Laporta has reportedly made it his personal mission to sign Erling Haaland this summer.

Liverpool favourite Dirk Kuyt has outlined his dream to sit alongside Steven Gerrard as assistant manager in the Anfield dug-out.

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