Daily Headlines; Juventus continue Moise Kean pursuit, Tottenham set Harry Kane price at £175m, Arteta convinced Aubameyang can score goals to give Arsenal European football

Juventus are hoping to bring Moise Kean back to the club from Everton, reports Tuttosport.

Kean was sold to Everton in 2019 but struggled in his first season with the Toffees and was sent on loan to PSG this season. 

The 21-year-old has responded by starring for the French outfit, putting him at the top of Juve’s wish list. 

The LA Galaxy are set to sign 21-year-old French attacker Kevin Cabral, reports La Voix du Nord.

The Portland Timbers have signed defender Ismaila “Ish” Jome and midfielder Jorge Gonzalez, the club announced.

Tottenham are set to keep hold of Harry Kane this summer after setting a £175 million ($242m) price tag for the England star, according to The Sun.

Spurs are unwilling to sell to a Premier League rival, despite prior links to Manchester City and Manchester United.

Kane, meanwhile, is open to staying with Spurs, his boyhood club, as they continue their pursuit of a much-needed trophy. 

Leicester forward Kelechi Iheanacho is expected to sign a new contract with the club, reports the Daily Mail.

The Nigerian striker, who was recently named the Premier League’s player of the month, has a year left on his current deal.

Head coach Brendan Rodgers is confident that the club will keep hold of the forward with a deal set to come together in the near future.

MLS veteran Vicente Sanchez has signed with Rio Grande Valley FC, the club announced.

Inter Miami are looking to sign Feyenoord goalkeeper Nick Marsman, according to Votebel International. The 30-year-old goalkeeper is out of contract this summer and is eyeing a move to MLS.

According to Daily Mail, Mino Raiola’s grand European tour to ramp up the price for striking sensation Erling Haaland will come to a shuddering halt should he decide to jet into England to hold talks with Premier League heavyweights because of coronavirus quarantine rules.

Raul Jimenez will be blocked from playing for Mexico at this summer’s Olympics if he fails to return to action for Wolves before the end of the season. Per Mail.

Jack Grealish’s determination to make the England squad for Euro 2020 can propel Aston Villa towards the top six, says manager Dean Smith, according to Mail.

According to Telegraph, Newcastle United could offer Steve Bruce a new contract if he keeps the club in the Premier League with owner Mike Ashley continuing to provide staunch support to his underfire manager this week.

Frustrated Donny van de Beek is in no mood to give up on Manchester United. Telegraph reports.

According to The Sun, Erling Haaland’s agent Mino Raiola is set to fly to England for transfer talks with Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool but not Manchester United.

Tammy Abraham is back on the comeback trail for Chelsea in his latest bid to beat a persistent ankle injury.

Mikel Arteta is convinced Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can score the goals to fire Arsenal into Europe next season.

The captain’s armband that Cristiano Ronaldo angrily threw to the ground during Portugal’s World Cup qualifier in Belgrade last week has been sold to an unidentified bidder for €64,000 (£54,000) at a charity auction, Serbian state TV reported on Friday.

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