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Tranfer:Is Manchester United Getting Closer To Signing Aston Villa Midfielder?

Pafekhai1 06/28/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The corona virus pandemic has created an uncertain summer transfer window, but rumors are circulating in the major European leagues and beyond.

reports that Manchester United are getting closer to signing Aston Villa sensation Jack Grelish during the summer transfer window.

Grealish has been closely associated with moving from Villa Park for several years. The report shows he has been looking for a house in the northwest since the beginning of this year.

Express also said that they had told relatives that they had found it, and fans were now waiting for an official offer or not.

However, he seems to have worked for United and Villa for several months.

Another from the Daily Express, which reported that Chelsea planned an exchange to close three clubs, would force Kepa Arizabalaga to leave Stamford Bridge.

The controversial goalkeeper signed a contract with the Blues for the first time in 2018 at a record cost of £ 71 million. After a strong first campaign, his form died during Frank Lampard's tenure as manager, with Chelsea star Ajax Andre Onana as deputy.

The club interested in signing Arrizabalaga is Valencia. Current goalkeeper Jasper Kilessen supports his return to Ajax, completing a three-way change.

Guardiola not committed to Manchester City?Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has refused to work for the club's future for a long time, reports Mirror.

The Spaniard was recently asked how he will try to overcome Liverpool's continued success over the next few years, which leads to the following answer.

"I am very excited about this and the next part of the season," said the former Bayern and Munich coach. "But I don't want to think too far ahead. This is not the right time now. I am only thinking today. We have a difficult match against Newcastle in the FA Cup and we have to concentrate."

The popular boss is ready for the final year of his contract and with the possibility of a two-year ban in the UEFA Champions League on the horizon, this could mean the end of the road at Etihad.

Source: opera.com
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