Tottenham Transfer Update: Ivan Perisic in Londons for medical checkup
Presently, Ivan Perisic is in London to undergo a medical examination at Tottenham.
The 33-year-old, who can play both as a winger and a forward, will sign a two-year contract and become one of Antonio Conte’s first signings of the summer window.
Inter chief executive Giuseppe Marotta admits he wants to keep Perisic this summer, but failed to convince him to stay at Milan.
“There is regret,” said Marotta on Monday. But he wanted to try a new Premier League experience.
“We weren’t in a position to make better offers, his choice was simply based on a future different from the current one. Maximum respect for this and a big thank you to him too.”
Goalkeeper Fraser Forster has also agreed to sign for Spurs upon the expiration of his contract with Southampton and has already completed medical examinations.
Man Utd: Modifies new recruitment strategy with two transfer targets
Man United are set to be among the Premier League’s busiest clubs when it comes to the transfer window this summer.
Less than 48 hours after it these changes was announced that Ralf Rangnick would not be entering his consultancy role and had left Old Trafford, United appointed Andy O’Boyle as their new deputy football director.
The Northern Irishman has returned to the club 16 years after leaving an academy coaching role.
His arrival at Old Trafford has provided yet further proof that United are changing their way of thinking and how they plan to operate as a business, with O’Boyle’s appointment suggesting that football director John Murtough will be allowed to pay closer attention to the recruitment side of the operation. And speaking of recruitment, that is another area where changes are already emerging.
Man Utd: Erik ten Hag could hand Christopher Nkunku ideal shirt number once transfer is finalized
Man United hold an interest in RB Leipzig forward Christopher Nkunku and he would have plenty of shirt options if he joined the club.
It’s already been a summer of change at Manchester United and there’s plenty more to come.
Erik ten Hag is getting well acquainted with his new management position, Ralf Rangnick has departed the club completely, there’s been several more moves and shakes-ups behind the scenes and some players have announced their plans to leave Old Trafford once their contracts expire.
Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp partied with Luis Diaz’s brother after losing to Real Madrid
Jurgen Klopp and everyone associated with Liverpool didn’t look too disappointed the day after losing the Champions League final to Real Madrid.
The Reds lost 1-0 in Paris despite dominating the 90 minutes. After the heartbreak of losing the Premier League title on the final day of the season, it meant Liverpool’s quadruple dreams had quickly turned into a domestic cup double. But try telling Liverpool fans that it had been a disappointing campaign.
They turned out in their hundreds of thousands to welcome the team home and celebrate an incredible campaign.
And it was clear Klopp was keen on enjoying himself despite the result.
Arsenal: keen on signing £25M Youri, two other clubs are interested on securing the midfielder
Arsenal are “still interested” in signing Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.
The Gunners are, however, not pressing ahead with talks to sign the Belgian international at the moment, and Romano claims there are “two other clubs” also keen on securing the player’s signature:
Manchester United and Tottenham have been credited with an interest in Tielemans recently so it’s likely that they are the other teams involved.
Reports have suggested that the 25-year-old could be available for only £25m this summer, with the midfielder now closing in on the final twelve months of his contract.
Lolo Ijeoma Njoku Obinwannem News Writer/ June 1, 2022