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Manchester Untied are hoping to complete the signing of Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid, according to The Independent.
The Red Devils remain keen on trying to lure the Spanish international to Old Trafford this summer but could face a tough competition for his signature with the Premier League champions Chelsea.
The transfer window is a brief period when football comes to resemble professional wrestling – entertaining but never strictly logical. So, while today the world ponders whether Cristiano Ronaldo is taking his boots and a fresh haircut back to Manchester United (his departure from Madrid is reportedly “irreversible”, to quote The Sun), a club that finished at the bottom of the Championship last season is courting ex-Chelsea star John Terry.
When British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland revealed his 41-man squad for the tour of New Zealand back in April, plenty of supporters were quietly confident ahead of the three match series this summer. On paper, the Lions are blessed with an abundance of talent in almost every area on the field but something isn’t quite right.
West Ham United have reportedly made an official approach for Jurgen Damm, who plays for Liga MX club Tigres UANL, according to The Sun.
The Hammers are said to have launched a £4 million bid and are quite confident of securing the 24-year-old winger this summer.