European transfer news: Real Madrid increase stakes for Kylian Mbappe and Casemir

The best players are on the headlines across Europe ahead of the summer transfer window, and both Real Madrid are still delighted with Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe

Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe and head coach Mauricio Pochettino are linked to leave Princes Park

Real Madrid they have long been associated with the Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe and despite speculation, the French star should sign a new contract with the giants of Ligue 1, the La Liga team did not give up hope.

Carlo Ancelotti’s team has just won the Spanish title and reserved its place in the league Champions League the final against Liverpool in Paris leaving them in a convenient position to reach a potential deal.

In second place, midfielder Los Blancos Casemiro is on the radar of several first-league clubs while he is the head of PSG Mauricio Pochettino is linked to a job in Spain if he leaves the Parc des Prince, as expected in the summer.

Here are the most popular transfer stories circulating in the European media today.

The Battle of Madrid for Mbappe

“Complete self-confidence and serenity …” That’s how Real Madrid feel about the prospect of luring Mbappe from PSG in the summer. Marca says that despite reports that Mbappe has changed his mind and could stay in Paris, Real Madrid executives are convinced the French striker’s desire to move now that his contract has expired.

Mbappe, 23, caused a great deal of madness when he was spotted in Madrid and was seen with PSG teammate Achraf Hakimi. Marca claims that “given that his contract with PSG is less than two months left, and a player who will make a decision about his future in the coming days, his presence in the Spanish capital has led to stories going wild.”

Juventus is fighting Casemir







Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro has reportedly been a transfer target for Chelsea in the past
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Casemiro is available and haunts him a Premier League club – plus Juventus and PSG. He submits the claim Cadena SER in Spain, who calculate that the 30-year-old wants a 12 million euro annual salary. “Sources from European clubs explain that Casemir’s name is on the table of important clubs such as PSG, Juventus Torino and the Premier League giant,” their story reads.

Casemir’s salary expectations would exclude all but the top three or four clubs in England. The Brazilian edition of UOL Esport announced this last week Real Madrid they are open for the sale of the midfielder, who has a contract at the Bernabeu until 2025.

How to become Basque?

Former Spurs favorite Pochettino is in the ranks of Athletic Bilbao. After he missed Manchester United job last month, Pochettino could find a way out of PSG to La Liga.

The Basque club is currently led by Marcelino Garcia Toral, and L’Equipe is changing. Mauricio Pochettino could be offered a sudden exit from PSG, and Athletic Bilbao are reportedly in contact with the former Tottenham coach. The Basque club is preparing the Argentine to replace current manager Marcellino Garcia Toral.

Origi looks tied to Milan






Liverpool striker Divock Origi looks set to leave Anfield at the end of the season.

Liverpool Striker Divock Origi refused to move to Newcastle and wants to play for Milan, according to reports in Calciomercato. The Belgian was offered the opportunity to move from Anfield to St James’ Park, but reportedly promised Paolo Maldini that he would go to Serie A instead. 4 million euros a year for four years, and one of five new arrivals at the San Siro.

Transmission than smells wrong

New ways of engineering to leave the club are constantly appearing – including bloating. Consider the case of defender Lyon Marcel, all the unfortunate players looking for an excuse for a summer move. The Team reports that former Lyon defender Marcelo was kicked out of the team and went on because he farted too much in the locker room and laughed about it, much to the displeasure of sporting director Juninho

He was demoted for “inappropriate behavior” after losing to Angers 3-0 earlier this season. Juninho decided to remove him from the team with manager Peter Bosz, and the 34-year-old’s contract was terminated at the end of January. He has since joined Bordeaux. Bosz will remain boss next season.

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