Football clubs are starting to plan their strategies for the summer transfer window. Erik ten Hag, the manager of Ajax, is reportedly planning to put five Manchester United players on the transfer list. This move will free up funds for recruits, with Harry Kane being Manchester United’s top priority. Joel Glazer’s favourite, Anthony Martial, could be one of the players on the chopping block.
Meanwhile, Manchester United is allegedly looking to capitalise on Chelsea’s inability to buy Joao Felix permanently before his loan spell ends. It’s suggested that they will attempt to secure a deal for the Benfica forward.
Luis Enrique has emerged as Chelsea’s top target to replace Graham Potter, who was sacked after just seven months into his lucrative five-year contract with the Blues. Enrique is known for his success with Spain and Barcelona and could bring the same success to Chelsea.
Meanwhile, Ange Postecoglou is set to disappoint Leicester by staying at Celtic. The Australian manager has been linked with a move to Leicester, but Celtic fans will be pleased to hear that he’s set to remain at the Scottish club.
In other transfer news, Chelsea is ready to rival Arsenal and Manchester United for Atalanta’s sought-after striker Rasmus Hojlund. The Danish forward has impressed with his performances for Atalanta this season, attracting the attention of several top clubs.
Finally, the Football Association has decided not to take any action against Pep Guardiola for his controversial celebration during Manchester City’s win over Liverpool. The City boss was seen shouting and gesturing towards the Liverpool bench after his team scored a crucial goal.
Overall, the summer transfer window is shaping up to be exciting, with many top clubs looking to improve their squads and compete for trophies next season.