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07 Jul 2017

ManU lose interest in Madrid's Alvaro Morata

July Football Transfers

Manchester United have officially stopped pursuing Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata and have offered a £75 million deal for Everton striker Romelu Lukaku.

While the club has confirmed that no deal has been finalized yet, Lukaku could become the second highest paid Premier League player if he joins Manchester United.

Lukaku had scored 25 goals from 37 Premier League games last season.

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Sanchez wants pay-hike in his new deal with Arsenal?

If sources are to be believed, Alexis Sanchez is demanding £400,000 a week to sign a deal with Arsenal, as many clubs have shown interest in the Chilean.

Arsenal are not keen on selling off Sanchez, but have agreed to a pay-out of £275,000 a week.

Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Chelsea have expressed their interest in Sanchez till now.

07 Jul 2017

ManU lose interest in Madrid's Alvaro Morata

Manchester United have officially stopped pursuing Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata and have offered a £75 million deal for Everton striker Romelu Lukaku.

While the club has confirmed that no deal has been finalized yet, Lukaku could become the second highest paid Premier League player if he joins Manchester United.

Lukaku had scored 25 goals from 37 Premier League games last season.

Lukaku interested in joining Chelsea instead of ManU?

Reportedly, Romelu Lukaku is keen on returning to his former club Chelsea, instead of joining his former boss Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.

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No transfer fee for Rooney?

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No transfer fee for Rooney?

With Wayne Rooney's return to Everton almost being confirmed, it has been reported that ManU have waived off £10m transfer fee to help his transfer.

The Toffees have offered £150,000 a week to Rooney, whereas right now he is getting £230,000 a week at Old Trafford.

Rooney is set to return to Everton, 13 years after he left the club to move to ManU.

No Sergi Roberto for Manchester City?

According to sources, Real Madrid have rejected Manchester City's £30m bid for Sergi Roberto, telling them that Roberto is not for sale.

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