Transfer News: Harry Kane wants away and Leipzig get new manager
|Both Manchester clubs want Harry Kane and he has a big decision to make this summer. (Photo credit: Premierleague.com)|
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Now or never for Harry Kane
Sometime in 2017, Harry Kane was quoted as saying he’d be disappointed if by the end of 2020 he doesn’t win a title with Spurs…
Manchester United and Manchester City are eyeing the Tottenham Hotspur striker and it’s a no-brainer for him to consider with age rising and injuries piling up.
The pandemic has affected rates and income but clubs can prioritize to land their jewels, keep an eye on the Kane situation.
Liverpool turn to Sancho as Salah exit gathers pace
Mohammed Salah could be a subject of transfer in the summer after three clubs, rumoured to be Inter Milan, Barcelona and PSG inquired about the Egyptian and indeed, it might be the right time for Liverpool to cash in on him and as a proactive club, Liverpool are already courting Jordan Sancho.
Manchester United spent the entirety of last summer trying to land the former Manchester City man with Borussia Dortmund holding out for a massive $145m, Liverpool might be able to afford him if they offload their talisman.
Tammy Abraham to West Ham?
England striker Tammy Abraham has found regular football hard to come by since Chelsea switched managers and he might now have solace in the fact that David Moyes and West Ham are interested in him.
According to Football London, West Ham has thrown their hat in the ring for the services of the lanky striker and he will have to make a decision this summer with Chelsea in the market for a top striker which will make chances harder for Abraham.
Lewandowski’s agent spins the rumour mill
This might come as a big surprise but Sky Sports is reporting that Robert Lewandowski’s agent has offered the talented striker to several teams in Europe.
The Polish striker has a contract with Bayern Munich until 2023 which means despite his age, he will still command some respectable transfer fee and considering how good, he actually is, he might be a bargain even at 33.
Jesse Marsch to replace Julian Nagelsmann at Leipzig?
It’s been confirmed by both clubs and now it’s obvious that there’s a strong line of relationship between RB Leipzig and RB Salzburg with Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund being distant cousins.
Following official announcement of Nagelsmann’s transfer to Bayern Munich in the summer, Leipzig have announced that they will be hiring highly rated Salzburg manager, Jesse Marsch on a five-year deal.
This continues Marsch’s round-robin at Red Bull clubs having started his career at New York Red Bull.