Transer News: Leipzig slams 30m on Nagelsmann, what next for Mourinho?
|Hot shot! Bayern Munich courts Leipzig manager, Julian Nagelsmann but they must pay the price. (Photo credit: Bundesliga)|
From time to time we update the list with transfer stories from trusted sources across the globe…
Naggelsmann to Bayern Munich?
It didn’t start today and it’s not even a surprise but as we must update you, it’s all up in the air in Germany that Bayern Munich are poised to announce Leipzig manager, Julian Nagelsmann their new manager next season.
However, the second-placed team on the log in the Bundesliga has asked for 30m Pounds should they want the attack-minded manager, the ping pong will take shape in the coming days, we’ll bring you updates.
Folarin Balogun signs on a long term at Arsenal
One of the news that can placate Arsenal fans is that of promising striker, Folarin Balogun who today has extended with Arsenal on a very long term according to Arsenal’s official website.
The lanky forward scores freely for the U23s and already got off the mark with the senior team with a goal against Dundalk in the Europa League in 2020; how much of inspiration this will bring to the team is left to be seen.
Eric Bailly extends till 2024 at Old Trafford
Ivorian centre back, Eric Bailey has extended his contract at Manchester United until 2024, a club’s official statement reads.
Bailly’s contract was due to expire in the summer but he has now penned a new deal that will see him through till 2024 at least and offer his services as United aim to finish strongly this season and then go for the title next season.
Brendan Rodgers favourite to replace Ryan Mason
Ryan Mason cuts a frustrated figure on the sideline as Manchester City outplayed his team in the Carabao Cup final but he can be proud of what he was able to achieve.
However, Spurs are already looking for Jose Mourinho’s permanent replacement and high flying Leicester City manager, Brendan Rodgers is the man likely to attempt to take Spurs further in their pursuit for greatness, he was touted to replace Mauricio Pochetino before Daniel Levy sanctioned the signing of severance specialist, Jose Mourinho.
What next for Jose Mourinho?
Daily Mail and The Sun are reporting that Celtic approached Jose Mourinho after he was fired at Tottenham Hotspur but what are the odds that the Portuguese will choose to join a second-tier European side?
Roma were said to be interested, more like it as they can be likened to Spurs in the Serie A but do they have the kind of severance payment Jose demands?
Maybe it’s time for the former Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United coach to take a step back and evaluate…