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The Bianconeri’s search for a new central midfielder has taken them to Liverpool, where they have been monitoring the German maestro several times
Juventus have been scouting Liverpool with a view to making a possible move for Emre Can, reports Corriere dello Sport.
The Bianconeri have been seeking new options in the middle of the park and their search has taken them to the 23-year-old.
Can has emerged as a key cog in Jurgen Klopp’s plans this term and that has attracted the interest of the Italian champions.
Juve have already sent scouts to monitor his performances several times in recent weeks.
The French champions have made a move to sign the Serie A starlet, who has impressed a number of top European clubs with his performances this season
Paris Saint-Germain are set to hijack Manchester United and Chelsea’s move for Atalanta central midfielder Franck Kessie, according to reports from BBC.
The 20-year-old has emerged as a key player for the Serie A side, scoring six goals in his 16 league appearances, and has caught the attention of the European elite.
United and Chelsea were just two of the clubs interested in the midfield enforcer according to the player’s agent, George Atangana, but French champions PSG have now stolen a march in the race for his signature.
Kessie is believed to be valued at around £30 million be Atalanta, with reports suggesting PSG have already offered €25 million to test to the water.
Maxime Lopez and Djibril Sidibe have landed themselves on the Spanish champions’ radar following their impressive displays this season
Barcelona are keeping tabs on Marseille’s Maxime Lopez and Monaco’s Djibril Sidibe with summer bids in mind, reports Sport.
The Catalans sent scouts to watch Marseille’s Ligue 1 clash against Monaco last week – a tie that ended in a 4-1 victory for the title challengers.
Central midfielder Lopez has been monitored over the past few months by Barcelona as they keenly follow the 19-year-old’s progress.
Sidibe has also landed on the La Liga champions’ radar for his displays in Monaco’s fight for silverware, with the Frenchman thought a long-term solution for Barca’s problem right-back position.
An international colleague of the Camp Nou superstar says a delay in the penning of fresh terms in Catalonia is a matter of the heart, not money
Carlos Tevez is confident Lionel Messi will commit his future to Barcelona, with Newell’s Old Boys the only side that could lure him away from Camp Nou.
The Argentine superstar has made no secret of his desire to head home at some stage, having spent his entire professional career to date in Catalonia.
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Messi was on Newell’s books as a youngster, but was snapped up by Barca in 2001 while still in his teens.
He has gone on to become one of the finest players on the planet, with his legacy as an all-time great already safely cemented.
His future is, however, generating plenty of speculation at the moment, with no extension agreed to a contract that is due to expire in 2018.
Barcelona have sought to curb the rumours at regular intervals, and Tevez – an international team-mate of Messi’s – remains confident that the 29-year-old will stay put until the time comes to return to his roots.
He said in quotes published by Marca: “The renewal for him, it is not a matter of money, it’s more about what his heart tells him.
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“It’s difficult to have a long relationship such as the one Barcelona and Messi have had, and I don’t think he will leave.
“The day he does, I think he it will only be so he can go home to join Newell’s Old Boys – but it’s a personal decision for him.”
While playing down Messi’s interest in lining his pockets, Tevez has recently completed a high-profile switch from Boca Juniors to Shanghai Shenhua.
He is reported to have signed a deal that makes him the highest paid player in world football, but the Argentine insists he has moved to the Chinese Super League for sporting reasons, not financial ones.
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Tevez added: “I am not saying the amount I will earn because I think it’s confidential.
“I love this sport and every time I play I try to do it in the best way.
“It is a very nice challenge for me and what matters is to be able to perform well on the pitch.”
The Croatian has struck seven goals in Serie A so far this season and has won admirers in the English top flight
Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool are ready to fight for the signing of Inter attacker Ivan Perisic, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The 27-year-old, who is thought to be valued at around €40 million by the San Siro side, has been monitored closely by the Premier League trio ahead of a potential January transfer.
Antonio Conte has never hidden his admiration for the Croatia international, and is likely to kickstart proceedings with a bid in the coming weeks as they consider a summer transfer.
Perisic has scored seven Serie A goals in 19 appearances this season for Inter.