CONTE MAY REPLACE MOURINHO (Click to show)
CONTE MAY REPLACE MOURINHO
MONTOYA GOING NOWHERE (Click to show)
Italy coach Antonio Conte could take over from Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge next season, according to Sky in Italy.
The Chelsea manager is currently facing serious questions about his future in west London.
And it is understood Conte would be available next summer after the Azzurri's participation in Euro 2016.
MONTOYA GOING NOWHERE
FOCUSSED (Click to show)
The agent of Martin Montoya has denied Inter Milan are set to cut short his client's loan spell at San Siro.
The right-back only joined the Serie A club from Barcelona on a season-long loan in the summer.
And Montoya's representative, Juan de Dios, says the defender will be staying at the Nerazzurri until the end of the season.
"Rumours Inter could send him back in January? That's false. He will stay at Inter at least until June," Juan de Dios told Mundo Deportivo.
'FOCUSSED' VARDY HAPPY AT FOXES
DI MARIA: I WANTED TO STAY AT REAL (Click to show)
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri says he is not worried about Jamie Vardy becoming unsettled by all the recent transfer talk surrounding the in-form striker.
"It depends on the character of the player, no? Jamie is very focused with us, he enjoy being with us," the Italian said in his press conference today.
"He looks at Leicester and national team - that is it. I think he is very focused on us."
DI MARIA: I WANTED TO STAY AT REAL
JUVE REJECTED â‚¬85M POGBA BIDS (Click to show)
PSG forward Angel Di Maria has revealed he never wanted to leave Real Madrid last year.
The Argentine swapped Madrid for Manchester United in the summer of 2014 in a deal worth £59.7m.
But Di Maria's move to Old Trafford did not work out, with the player joining the Ligue 1 champions in August.
"My intention was always to stay at Real Madrid," he told Marca.
"I didn't have much relationship with Florentino Perez."
JUVE REJECTED €85M POGBA BIDS
BAYERN KEEN ON REAL FULL-BACK (Click to show)
Juventus turned down three big-money offers - including one from England - for midfielder Paul Pogba last summer, according to the player's agent.
"I don't know what will happen in the future between Juventus and Barcelona for Pogba," the player's representative Mino Raiola told Radio Montecarlo.
"The Bianconeri got three offers for €85m from England, Spain and Germany last summer, but they have been all rejected.
“The signings of the big players are not made in January. Juventus’ value of Pogba? He is priced at €100m."
BAYERN KEEN ON REAL FULL-BACK
PSG EYE BARCA STAR (Click to show)
Bayern Munich have set their sights on Real Madrid right-back Dani Carvajal and will try to sign him next summer, reports AS.
The Bundesliga champions are on the lookout for a young, albeit experienced, full-back to replace current right-back Rafinha, whose contract expires at the end of next season.
And Bayern’s first-choice target is Carvajal, who is no longer a guaranteed starter at the Bernabeu after the arrival of Danilo during the summer.
Other European clubs, including Man Utd, Liverpool and PSG, were also interested in Carvajal during the previous summer transfer window.
PSG EYE BARCA STAR
PSG are lining up a summer swoop for Barcelona forward Neymar, according to reports in L'Equipe.
The Ligue 1 champions, who had initially targeted Real Madrid playmaker Cristiano Ronaldo, are looking for a replacement for frontman Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the Parc des Princes next season.