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Alan 1:14 Sun Mar 24
Sunday news (includes West Ham)

Arsenal are monitoring English midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White as Nottingham Forest may consider selling the 24-year-old to balance their books. (Star)

Barcelona president Joan Laporta said the club rejected an offer of 200m euros (£172m) for 16-year-old Spain forward Lamine Yamal. (Marca)

Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal want to buy Brazil winger Raphinha from Barcelona and are willing to offer a deal worth up to 100m euros (£86m) for the 27-year-old. (Sport - in Spanish)

Newcastle United want to sign Portugal centre-back Goncalo Inacio, 22, and Ivory Coast defender Ousmane Diomande, 20, from Sporting Lisbon but financial restrictions could prevent them. (Fichajes - in Spanish)

France forward Kylian Mbappe will not announce his move from Paris St-Germain to Real Madrid while there is still a chance the two teams could meet in the Champions League. (Sport - in Spanish)

Juventus are looking into a move for 22-year-old forward Mason Greenwood, who is on loan at Getafe from Manchester United and whose contract with the Old Trafford club runs out in 2025. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Eintracht Frankfurt are unlikely to activate the £8.5m clause to turn 26-year-old Dutch midfielder Donny van de Beek's loan move from Manchester United into a permanent switch. (Bild, via Goal)

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag believes he still has time to convince club co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe to keep him on, despite discussions having taken place about his potential successor. (ESPN)

Manchester United will not seek to sign Fiorentina loanee Sofyan Amrabat from Fiorentina, but the 27-year-old Morocco midfielder is a target for AC Milan and Juventus.(Tuttosport via Football Italia)

Juventus centre-back Gleison Bremer is Manchester United's number one summer transfer target, with the 27-year-old Brazil defender having a 50m euros (£43m) release clause in his contract. (Corriere dello Sport - in Italian)

Napoli do not intend to trigger a £7.7m option to buy Belgium midfielder Leander Dendoncker, who is on loan at the Italian club from Aston Villa.(Fabrizio Romano)

Barcelona are keen to tie down 17-year-old defender Pau Cubarsi to a new contract following his first-team breakthrough, amid interest from the Premier League. (Marca - in Spanish)

Sky Paper Talk


Arsenal are keeping tabs on Morgan Gibbs-White as Nottingham Forest weigh up cashing in on their star man.

Barcelona believe they can pick up Manchester City's full-back Joao Cancelo for as little as £20m in the summer.


Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold is a £75m target for Real Madrid.

Roberto De Zerbi is emerging as the top alternative to Xabi Alonso as Liverpool's next manager.

Mercedes are pursuing Fernando Alonso to replace Lewis Hamilton, according to reports.

Sheffield United face having to pay back £10m pumped into the club by a Nigerian businessman who failed to buy the Premier League strugglers last year.

Atletico Madrid have been left stunned by Manchester United's "outrageous" asking price for Mason Greenwood, according to reports.


Bournemouth's Lloyd Kelly is a summer transfer target for Newcastle United.

Xabi Alonso would look to bring £60m-rated defender Edmond Tapsoba to Liverpool if he takes over at Anfield.

A plan to float Etihad Airways on the stock exchange could be good news for Manchester City in their bid to beat the 115 Premier League charges hanging over the club.

Mercedes supremo Toto Wolff is ready to swoop if he thinks there is even the slightest chance of Max Verstappen quitting Red Bull.

Real Madrid have put a host of Premier League teams on red alert - with Brazilian winger Rodrygo potentially up for sale.

Italian clubs have turned attention to the Championship in a bid to find the next Jude Bellingham.


Manchester United have reportedly identified nine potential candidates to replace manager Erik ten Hag.

Everton's prospective owners, 777 Partners, have been told they must prove they have access to the funds required to pay a £150m loan owed to Farhad Moshiri's MSP Capital.

Leicester's legal action against the Premier League has angered other clubs who are convinced it is a stalling tactic to delay a potential points deduction.

Barcelona president Joan Laporta has insisted that the club do not need to sell any of their stars despite their financial issues.


England's 2026 World Cup kit will be subject to a new Football Association vetting process amid the backlash to the multicoloured St George Cross on their jersey for this summer's European Championship.


Eric Cantona is interested in a role at Manchester United under new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

Williams are facing a race against time if they are to have two cars on the grid at the Japanese Grand Prix.

The Hard Tackle

West Ham United identity Raoul Bellanova as top summer target

West Ham United have scouted Raoul Bellanova ahead of the summer, with David Moyes seeking a new right-back option.

According to Tutto Sport via Sport Witness, West Ham United are interested in exploring a deal for Raoul Bellanova in the summer window. David Moyes might bring a new right back as an addition to his side, with one of Vladimir Coufal or Ben Johnson likely to depart the London Stadium.

West Ham scout Raoul Bellanova

West Ham United are eager to finish the season as high as possible on the table, preferably taking on another European campaign. This season, the Hammers are firmly a contender in the Europa League and staying in the hunt for a Conference League spot for next season; however, winning the former would let them play Champions League in the next campaign.

David Moyes would like to strengthen the squad to his specifications, which might involve him bringing in a right back. Vladimir Coufal’s and Ben Johnson’s futures are in serious doubt, with the duo having expiring contracts in the summer. However, the Hammers do have an option on the Czech international.

Either way, there are chances of at least one of those departing, with Johnson, in particular, likely to leave on a Bosman move as a replacement; West Ham is eyeing a move for Raoul Bellanova from Torino, with Hammers’ scouts watching the right-back in a recent game against Udinese.

Bellonova signed for around €7 million last summer; he has become an integral part of their team, with Torino demanding €25 million to sell him. Should they manage that, the Serie A side will make a terrific profit off his sale, although should the Hammers come into the equation, they will face competition from domestic rivals.

West Ham faces Bellanova competition

Bellanova’s performances have attracted a host of Premier League sides looking at his potential availability in the summer. The 23-year-old might view a move to England as a significant step up in his career, with reports that Aston Villa sought information about his availability.

Torino might not stand in the way of the 23-year-old should he ask the club to leave and join one of the Premier League sides. For West Ham to get ahead in the game, they might have to move fast and much ahead of their rivals.

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