PSG and Bayern Munich have both entered a race to sign Liverpool winger Sadio Mane in the summer, claims German outlet SportBild.
The Ligue 1 giant are really driving the race to sign him, having offered the Senegalese forward a major cash contract.
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Mane is reportedly reluctant about signing another arrangement with Liverpool subsequent to getting interest from the two clubs.
Sadio’s ongoing agreement with Liverpool lapses in 2023 and he could leave as a free agent one year from now if unable to sign another contract.
Mane has scored 22 goals for Liverpool this season and is as of now centered around assisting them with winning the Premier League and Champions League titles.
Belgian club in talks with ex-Chelsea captain Eden Hazard
Union Saint-Gilloise is reportedly in talks with former Belgium captain Eden Hazard regarding a potential playing return.
Hazard is currently a free agent after terminating his contract with Real Madrid a year early.
While he hasn’t officially announced his retirement, he has resisted offers from clubs in the Middle East and the United States.
Recent reports suggest that Union Saint-Gilloise has reached out to Hazard about the possibility of resuming his football career in Belgium.
Hazard has playfully commented on these rumors, stating, “Frankly, for fun, it would be good. I’m coming the first week to face Anderlecht and the second against RWDM…!”
This indicates that he might be open to the idea of playing again in his home country.
EXPLAINED: How Madrid can afford Mbappe and Davies next summer without having to sell
Real Madrid‘s combined squad salary bill is currently €485 million, while La Liga’s wage limit for the club will be €727 million for the next season, according to COPE.
This surplus in the wage limit provides Real Madrid with the opportunity to spend significantly in the upcoming summer transfer window without the need to sell players.
The €242 million difference between the limit and the actual wage spending opens up possibilities for big signings, including players like Alphonso Davies and Kylian Mbappe.
While this surplus doesn’t guarantee that Real Madrid won’t sell any players or that specific targets like Davies and Mbappe will be signed, it does give the club financial flexibility to pursue top talent in the transfer market.
Ultimately, the decision on signings will depend on the club’s priorities and needs for the next season.
Report: Man Utd keeping tabs on Napoli’s Kvrataskhelia
Manchester United is reportedly showing interest in Napoli winger Khvicha Kvaratskhelia.
The club’s manager, Erik ten Hag, is said to be a big admirer of the 22-year-old winger, according to The Mail.
Kvaratskhelia had a strong season last year, scoring 12 goals and providing 13 assists as Napoli won the Scudetto.
While United is interested in signing him in January, Napoli is expected to demand a significant transfer fee for Kvaratskhelia.
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