Wednesday, May 18

Football rumors: – Phil Jones strongly wanted in French football

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Phil Jones could disappear from Manchester United on loan. Several, including Daily Mail, writes that the injured stopper is strongly wanted by Bourdeux for the rest of the season. Jones has so far refused a transfer, but the French club is trying to persuade him in the last hours, writes Fabrizio Romano.

Club colleague Dean Henderson may also be on the move. Newcastle should be interested in getting the last chance on loan out of the season, according to talkSPORT.

Donny van de Beek’s loan transfer to Everton is expected to be completed today, in addition to Christian Eriksen’s comeback to the Premier League with Brentford. It writes several media, among others Sky Sports.

This is how Phil Jones was hailed in the VAR room after his comeback in January:

Liverpool continue the hunt to sign Fulham’s Fabio Carvalho. If they can snatch the 19-year-old before the window closes, the plan is for him to stay in the Championship club for the rest of the season on loan. It writes Daily Mail.

Barcelona want to get rid of Ousmane Dembélé, and now France can be the next stop for the lightning wing. The Catalans are in talks with PSG about a transfer, writes Daily Mail.

In front of Dembélé, Barcelona want to bring Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Fabrizio Romano

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According to the transition journalist Fabrizio Romano is Tanguy Ndombele observed in Lyon, and probably signs on loan from Tottenham, with an option to buy.

The same man also reports that Spurs are close to sending Bryan Gil on loan to Valencia out of season.

West Ham should be interested in Benfica striker Darwin Núñez and Sky Sports writes that the clubs agree on a price for the player.

Liverpool Echo writes that Bournemouth have contacted Liverpool about a loan for Neco Williams.



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