Ronaldo urges Real Madrid to sign Neymar; while Manchester United prepared to pay £45m sign Brazilian versatile player. Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane to offload Isco; while Mohamed Salah reveals his relationship with Jose Mourinho.
5. Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane to offload Isco
Zinedine Zidane has reportedly decided to offload Real Madrid Real Madrid Isco at the end of the season.
The 25-year-old has been out of favour under manager Zidane as he fallen down the pecking order.
According to AS, the French manager has been disappointed by Isco’s performance insisting that the Spaniard is lacking consistency.
Isco has been linked to the Premier League move with clubs like Manchester City and Arsenal are both said to be interested in the midfielder.
4. Manchester United prepared to pay £45m sign Fabinho
Manchester United are prepared to pay £45m to land Fabinho at Old Trafford from Monaco, according to reports.
United manager Jose Mourinho, who recently conceded that his side will sign no more attacking player, is now looking to strengthen his backline and midfield.
Fabinho, who is capable to play as a defensive midfielder and right-back, is one the players who are in the Red Devils radar.
However, respected Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio claims that United wants to sign the Brazilian for a bargain price.
3. Mohamed Salah reveals his relationship with Jose Mourinho
Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah has claimed that his relationship with his former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is still good.
The Egyptian star joined Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge from Basel in 2014, but he was finally used sparingly by the Portuguese boss.
The 25-year-old has been sent out on loan twice before he made a permanent move to AS Roma.
Salah, who joined Liverpool in the summer, is enjoying the form of his life at Anfield as he is the second top scorer this season.
“We talked at Chelsea when I first came back from the loan spell at Fiorentina,” he told FourFourTwo. “We also spoke after the match against Man United this season and have a good relationship, we didn’t talk much, but it was OK.”
“Three years ago I didn’t play much, but since day one back in England, I wanted to show what I can do. I think I’m doing well.”
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