Ramsey interested in Liverpool switch (Calciomercato)
The former Gunners midfielder could return to England this summer
Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey is considering a move to Liverpool after he spent more than a decade earlier in his career with Arsenal, claims Calciomercato.
The Reds are likely to lose Georginio Wijnaldum and could desire a veteran to replace him in central areas.
West Ham are also linked to Ramsey, who has scored five times and assisted five times since arriving in Serie A ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
Calhanoglu reveals Galatasaray dream
The Turkish midfielder is in the final months of his contract at AC Milan, and there has been speculation about his future.
Hakan Calhanoglu has said his desire is to join Galatasaray at some stage in his career.
It has been suggested in Italy that the 27-year-old will sign a new deal with Milan, but a move to Turkey is on the cards in the future.
Calhanoglu arrived in Turkey on Monday to link up with the national team for World Cup qualifiers, and he was asked about links to Gala.
“I hope to play for Galatasaray in the future,” he said . “Why not? I got a lion tattoo because I cheer for Galatasaray.”
With no new deal having been agreed, the midfielder’s future continues to be a topic of debate.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United have been credited with an interest. The player can negotiate with other clubs, and Calciomercato has claimed the Red Devils have approached Calhanoglu.
United would have no trouble matching the player’s salary demands, while Milan's fellow Serie A side Napoli have been linked with a summer offer.
Talks over a new deal are set to continue with Milan, who remain confident that they will be able to find an accord with a player who boosted his negotiating position with the winning goal against Fiorentina on Sunday.
Goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic will sign a three-year deal with Sevilla this summer, according to Blic, and is expected to replace departing Tomas Vaclik.
Dmitrovic, 29, has been at Eibar for the past four seasons.
Barnsley have been ordered to pay Hull City £1m for not disclosing medical information relating to the 2018 transfer of Angus MacDonald, who was later diagnosed with cancer, according to BBC.
Ivica Olic, who spent his playing career bagging impressive goal tallies in Russia and Germany, will be the next manager of CSKA Moscow, writes AS.
Olic enjoyed one of his most successful scoring spells at the club in the mid-2000s, so his appointment represents a nostalgic reunion.
Out-of-favour defender Eric Bailly has grown concerned that Manchester United want to renew his contract only to help them attract a higher transfer fee from another club, writes Sky Sports.
The publication quoted a friend of Bailly as saying, "[Bailly] feels the club has been very disrespectful towards him and frankly he's had enough. He feels that no matter what he does, he will never be first choice."
Bailly has made eight league starts this year and hasn't surpassed 20 Premier League appearances since 2016-17.
Erling Haaland is paying little attention to the transfer talk suggesting that he is a summer target for the likes of Manchester City and Barcelona, with the Norwegian striker eager to point out that he has a long-term contract in place at Borussia Dortmund.
The 20-year-old has emerged as one of the hottest properties in European football, with leading sides from across the continent falling over themselves in an effort to work their way to the front of a recruitment queue.
Big-money offers are said to be in the pipeline, with the most ambitious of clubs eager to buy into world-class potential, but Haaland says he will continue to turn a deaf ear to the rumours and keep his focus locked on the present.
Quizzed on the gossip at a press conference after linking up with the Norway national team, Haaland said: “I still have three years of contract [at Dortmund]. I am not worried about that.”
A meteoric rise to prominence has been enjoyed by a forward who was turning out for Molde in his homeland as recently as 2018.
Time spent in Austria at Red Bull Salzburg proved to be a useful stepping stone, with Champions League exploits allowing his stock to soar.
Dortmund won the race for a much sought-after signature in January 2020, as the likes of Manchester United were fended off, and Haaland has hit 49 goals for them through as many appearances.
Many are already tipping Haaland to be a Ballon d’Or winner of the future, with a standing being taken up alongside the global elite.
He is being billed as a natural successor to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo when it comes to maintaining remarkable standards at the very highest level, with Paris Saint-Germain frontman Kylian Mbappe also being placed into that bracket.
Haaland is, however, eager to avoid such comparisons for now as he is fully aware of how much work he has to do in order to get close to two all-time greats that boast 11 Ballon d'Or wins between them.
He added on the Messi and Ronaldo talk: "The media are the ones who write about it, I don't focus on those things."
“I want to improve every day. Ronaldo and Messi ... I don't need to talk about them, they are the best of all time. They are still very far away.”
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