Barcelona could lose yet another La Masia product this summer as Nico Gonzalez weighs up a move to Manchester United, Sport reports.
The 16-year-old is considered something of a wonderkid, capable of dictating matches from the centre of midfield – often with the captain’s armband.
Should the starlet opt to leave, he will become the fifth Camp Nou casualty after Pablo Moreno, Robert Navarro, Adria Bernabe and Joel Lopez all took off for pastures new.
Liverpool may have tied Mohamed Salah to a new five-year contract, but John Barnes says they would still sell to Real Madrid if a £200 million ($266m) bid is tabled.
The former Reds star said: “Every club is a selling club. If Real Madrid offered £200m for Salah then he’d go and Liverpool would then be a selling club.”
Manchester United are readying a €40m (£35.3/$47m) bid for PSV winger Hirving Lozano, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
The Mexico international star is under contract until 2023 and has attracted a great deal of interest following 17 goals in the Eredivisie last term.
Arsenal, Liverpool and Barcelona have also been linked with the attacker, who will turn 23 on July 30.
‘Harry Kane is a born goalscorer’ and ‘he is just like’ England legendary striker Gary Lineker, says Henry Abiodun ahead of Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final clash against Sweden.
Kane leads the race for the Golden Boot after netting six goals, two better than closest contender Romelu Lukaku.
However, the manner in which Gareth Southgate’s captain has done it has left some fumings.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker has scored three goals from open play [two headers in their opener against Tunisia and a deflection in the mauling of Panama], with the other half coming from the penalty spot.
But according to the Sunshine Stars boss, it doesn’t matter how the goals come, as they would arrive naturally, eventually – just as it was for former Three Lion, Lineker, scorer of 48 goals in 80 international caps.
“In this World Cup we’ve seen so many big stars and penalty specialists miss their kicks, but Kane has always been calm and delivered his own – even in games where he had to take them twice, he scored both,” Abiodun told Goal.
“The thing is; Kane is a born goalscorer, he’d always get the goals no matter what, no matter how they come. Penalties, deflections, he’d always get them.
“He’s just like Gary Lineker.
“The past seasons in the English Premier League he’s always been one of the top goalscorers.