Cristiano Ronaldo to STAY at Juventus – Georgina Rodriguez, Aguero Barcelona medical TODAY, Haaland transfer latest

CRISTIANO RONALDO will stay at Juventus, his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez has said.

Meanwhile Sergio Aguero will undergo a medical at Barcelona today after his brother launched a Twitter tirade against Pep Guardiola.

And Erling Haaland is hot property this summer – and the Dortmund star has revealed his next move will be to win as many trophies as possible.

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  • Kostas Lianos

    CITY SALE

    Arsenal have found themselves on red alert as Manchester City seem set to sell Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez during the summer transfer window.

    Sterling and Mahrez have both been very impressive during their tenure in City's frontline.

    According to the Daily Mail, however, the attacking duo has been deemed surplus to requirements by manager Pep Guardiola.

    Nevertheless, the Gunners' financial limits combined with their failure to qualify for Europe would make it quite difficult to land the two wingers in the summer.

    Both players struggled along with their team-mates in the Champions League final, which saw Chelsea being crowned two-time European champions

  • Kostas Lianos

    HAALAND DEMAND

    Borussia Dortmund superstar Erling Haaland seems to have revealed his key demand to join another team.

    Haaland recently won the German Cup with Dortmund, who beat RB Leipzig 4-1 thanks to a brace from the highly-rated centre-forward.

    The Norway international has said he wants to win more trophies, something that should work as a takeaway for all his suitors.

    Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Barcelona have all been linked with the 20-year-old.

    Haaland said: “I am a simple guy. When I like something I just want to have more.

    “Like I have said before, when I score a goal, I always chase the next goal. I just won my first major trophy and it was a great feeling, so I want to win trophies”

  • Kostas Lianos

    KING’S RANSOM

    Manchester United have reportedly informed Bayern Munich star Kingsley Coman they are ready to pay him £200,000 a week after tax.

    Koman has two years left on his contract but is yet to agree terms over a new deal.

    According to Bild, the 24-year-old winger earns £200k a week before tax but ‘would like to have it in net’.

    United have apparently ‘indicated’ to the France international they are willing to meet his demands – and make him their joint fifth top earner

  • Marc Mayo

    GOOD MORNING FOOTBALL FANS

    Manchester City star Raheem Sterling suffered vile racist abuse online after the Champions League final.

    The England forward was targeted on Instagram after his side lost 1-0 to Chelsea in Porto.

    Sky Sports report that Sterling and team-mate Kyle Walker were both sent monkey emojis on social media. 

    Elsewhere in Porto, Chelsea hero Kai Havertz understandably struggled to contain his emotions after dropping the F-bomb twice on live TV, after grabbing the winner in the Champions League final.

    Sparking wild celebrations at the full-time whistle, Havertz was quizzed by BT Sport who reminded him of the pressures of being Chelsea's most expensive player ever.

    But Havertz brilliantly responded: "To be honest, I couldn't give a f* because we've just won the f**** Champions League."

    Chelsea also received a boost on the transfer front, along with Arsenal and Manchester United.

    Sevilla’s Jules Kounde admits he might have to ‘change clubs’ to realise his potential in a major boost for Prem clubs.

    Kounde received his first France call-up for this summer’s Euros, and he was grilled by reporters at the team’s Clairefontaine training camp about his future.

    He said: “Regarding my future, it’s certain that I will perhaps have to change clubs this summer.

    “But nothing has been finalised yet. I have not decided anything. My goal is to play for a big club, to try to always progress and to win trophies."

  • Kealan Hughes

    KINGS OF EUROPE

    Naturally, there have been some incredible scenes inside the Chelsea dressing room after the Blues were crowned champions of Europe in Porto.

    Thomas Tuchel led the celebrations as he released all of the pent up stress from watching the match.

     

  • Kealan Hughes

    RACE HATE

    Manchester City star Raheem Sterling suffered vile racist abuse online after the Champions League final.

    The England forward was targeted on Instagram after his side lost 1-0 to Chelsea in Porto.

    Sky Sports report that Sterling and team-mate Kyle Walker were both sent monkey emojis on social media.

    Sterling, 26, and Walker, 31, both started for Man City in the Champions League final on Saturday night.

    But both were subjected to racist messages online after Chelsea's win thanks to Kai Havertz's goal.

    It comes just days after England team-mate Marcus Rashford suffered racist abuse after a European loss.

    Rashford received 'at least 70' racist messages online after Manchester United's defeat by Villarreal in the Europa League final.

  • Kealan Hughes

    FLYING KAI

    Chelsea hero Kai Havertz understandably struggled to contain his emotions after dropping the F-bomb twice on live TV.

    The German superstar, the club's record £71million signing, saved his crowning moment for the biggest stage of all after scoring the only goal in Chelsea's famous 1-0 win over Manchester City.

    Sparking wild celebrations at the full-time whistle, Havertz was quizzed by BT Sport who reminded him of the pressures of being Chelsea's most expensive player ever.

    But Havertz brilliantly responded: "To be honest, I couldn't give a f* because we've just won the f**** Champions League."

    The playmaker and defender Cesar Azpilicueta then burst into laughter as their achievements finally started to sink in.

  • Kealan Hughes

    CROWN JUL

    Sevilla's French prospect Jules Kounde admits he might have to 'change clubs' to realise his potential in a major boost for Prem clubs.

    The 22-year-old defender has been trailed by Arsenal, as well as Manchester United and Chelsea.

    He helped Sevilla win the Europa League after moving from Bordeaux in 2019 and his LaLiga form hasn't gone unnoticed among the Premier League giants.

    Kounde received his first France call-up for this summer's Euros, and he was grilled by reporters at the team's Clairefontaine training camp about his future.

    He said: "Regarding my future, it’s certain that I will perhaps have to change clubs this summer.

    "But nothing has been finalised yet. I have not decided anything.

    "My goal is to play for a big club, to try to always progress and to win trophies."

  • Kealan Hughes

    PLAY IT AGAIN SAM

    Manchester United want to bring keeper Sam Johnstone back from West Brom in a shock swoop.

    Johnstone’s reputation has grown after a stunning campaign with the Baggies, earning him a first senior England call-up.

    United have put him at the head of their wishlist if David De Gea, 30, or Dean Henderson go this summer.

    Sunsport revealed the Red Devils would not carry on with both De Gea and Henderson, 24, sharing games in the future.

    West Brom might cash in as Johnstone is also one of their top earners.

  • Kealan Hughes

    READY TO JOE

    Burnley plan to launch a £10million bid for Nottingham Forest centre-back Joe Worrall.

    Boss Sean Dyche has been given cash from the sale of Ben Gibson and wants long-term target Worrall to boost his squad.

    The defender is keen to move to the Premier League and Nottingham Forest may sell at the right price, with Norwich and West Ham also inquiring about him.

    Burnley are looking for two centre-backs and have tried again for Stoke’s Nathan Collins.

    But the Potters want a big fee and are waiting on Manchester United, Arsenal and Crystal Palace to come in for the Irishman.

    And The Clarets have also made an inquiry for Liverpool’s unexpected hero Nat Phillips, who is also fancied by Newcastle.

  • Kealan Hughes

    YOU'LL NEVER SING AGAIN

    Rock and roll legend Noel Gallagher took instant revenge on Jamie Carragher live on TV after the pundit sang him 'You'll Never Walk Alone' for his birthday.

    Manchester City super-fan Gallagher grinned and grimaced as he listened before firing back: "Hey, mate – that's worse than one of your own goals.

    The Oasis singer was in Porto for Saturday night's Champions League final, while Liverpool legend Carragher sung him the Reds' anthem from the studio.

    Pundit Carragher put his arms out wide as he bellowed out, opera style: "When you walk through a storm, hold your head up high.."

    But that was as much of the famous song that Gallagher let him sing before intervening.

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    Tammy Abraham's future at Chelsea looks bleak after the striker failed to make their Champions League final squad.

    The striker has fallen well down the pecking order under Thomas Tuchel – and this latest blow could signal the end of his time at Stamford Bridge.

    The German boss has named two goalkeepers on the bench for the game against Manchester City in Porto ahead of Abraham.

    The 23-year-old Londoner was pictured walking around on the pitch ahead of the huge game but will have to watch on from the stands.

    Abraham was also left out of Chelsea's FA Cup final squad – with the Blues going on to lose to Leicester.

    This prompted the player's girlfriend Leah Monroe taking to Instagram to complain about Tuchel's decision.

  • Kealan Hughes

    OPEN FOR BIS-NESS

    Brighton owner Tony Bloom admitted the club's best players 'are not going to be with us forever' in a huge boost to Arsenal in their pursuit of Yves Bissouma.

    SunSport revealed earlier this month the Gunners have been told to cough up £40m for the Mali international.

    The midfielder has become one of the hottest properties in the Premier League after his displays this season.

    And Bloom does not expect to hold on to him forever.

    He told The Athletic: "The more big clubs there are interested in our players, the more we’re doing right, so I’m delighted with that.

    "We know some of our best players are not going to be with us forever.

    “If the right offer comes along — and it has to be the right offer — and they want to go, then they will leave."

  • Kealan Hughes

    CZECH MATE

    West Ham want to sign another Czech and have made contact with Spartak Moscow about signing Alex Kral, according to Sky Sports.

    The Czech Republic star would link up with international team-mates Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal who have been revelations since moving to the London Stadium.

    But the Hammers face stiff competition as they are one of five Premier League sides to have made contact with the 23-year-old's representatives, according to Sky Sports.

    However, the East Londoners are said to be in pole position given their qualification for the Europa League.

    Kral will reportedly cost in the region of £14m.

  • Kealan Hughes

    DEAL TO BE DONN?

    Barcelona are weighing up a move for AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.

    The Italian's contract expires at the end of June, sparking interest from a host of major European clubs.

    His agent Mino Raiola has been in contact with the Barcelona board, as well as that of PSG's and Juventus.

    Donnarumma has several options available even if Barca decide not to pursue a deal.

  • Kealan Hughes

    YOUNG GUNS

    Ashley Young could be set for an emotional return to Watford as he eyes a transfer away from Serie A champions Inter Milan.

    And now the 35-year-old has won the title with Inter, he is in talks for a second spell at Vicarage Road with the newly-promoted Premier League outfit.

    Young came through the youth set-up at Watford before making his first team debut in 2003.

    He went on to play 110 times for the Hornets and was a part of Aidy Boothroyd's 2005-06 Championship side which gained promotion to the Premier League.

    Young has only spent two years at Inter but according to Sky Sports is currently discussing personal terms with Watford as he seeks to agree a one-year deal.

  • Kealan Hughes

    READ HEAT

    Tom Heaton has agreed a two-year deal with Manchester United.

    The 35-year-old goalkeeper left Aston Villa on a free transfer last Friday.

    Heaton has jetted off on a ten-day family holiday but is set to sign terms at Old Trafford on his return.

    United have offered three-cap England stopper Heaton a two-year deal plus the option of an extra 12 months.

    The Red Devils have been on the hunt for another keeper, with the future of back-ups Lee Grant and Sergio Romero uncertain.

    Heaton came through the ranks at United and was part of the squad between 2002 to 2010 but failed to make a first-team appearance.

  • Kealan Hughes

    BEES GOING UP

    Brentford have been promoted to the Premier League for the first time after beating Swansea 2-0 at Wembley.

    And it did not take long for the club to celebrate the fact on social media after the full-time whistle, as shown in the tweet below.

    Ivan Toney and Emiliano Marcondes' early first-half goals were too much for the Swans, who had Jay Fulton sent off in the 65th minute.

  • Kealan Hughes

    PRICE IS DWIGHT

    Aston Villa want to sign Burnley star Dwight McNeil and Norwich's Arsenal target Emi Buendia, according to The Athletic.

    Buendia is a key target with the playmaker attracting plenty of interest.

    His form, which helped the Canaries win the Championship title, has led to interest from Arsenal and Villa.

    The Argentina ace scored 15 goals and provided 17 assists during a superb campaign for the promotion winners.

    Villa face major competition from Arsenal for Buendia but their interest is a statement of intent for their ambition next season.

    The club are still intent on holding on to England star Jack Grealish and are looking to strengthen their current squad, rather than replace players.

  • Kealan Hughes

    MESSI BUSINESS

    Lionel Messi's contract extension at Barcelona is not done yet according to president Joan Laporta.

    Messi is out of contract in June and wanted to leave the club last summer but Barcelona are confident about holding on to the superstar.

    Laporta said: "Things are going well with Messi but it's not done yet. Our relationship is very good, Messi loves Barca – we want him to continue.

    "He deserves more and could get a better contract somewhere else but I'm convinced he appreciates the efforts we are making."

    But according to Mundo Deportivo, departing Manchester City striker Aguero is waiting until Messi pledges his future to the Spanish giants.

    Aguero is set to join Barca this summer but his move has been held up by the talks surrounding Messi's future.

  • Kealan Hughes

    BER-GAIN

    TOTTENHAM star Steven Bergwijn is wanted by Dutch champions Ajax, according to a report from De Telegraaf

    If Tottenham allow Bergwijn to leave, they are unlikely to recuperate all of the £27million they paid for the player in 2020.

    Rumours suggest Ajax will start the bidding at just £12m, an offer that will probably be rejected by Spurs chief Daniel Levy.

    Bergwijn still has FOUR years left on his existing Tottenham deal, although it seems unlikely he will fulfil that contract at this moment in time.

    His future may depend on who becomes the new Spurs boss, with reports suggesting ex-manager Mauricio Pochettino is in line to make a sensational return to White Hart Lane.

  • Kostas Lianos

    PRESSURE ON CITY

    Former Chelsea star Joe Cole believes Manchester City will be feeling most of the pressure in the Champions League Final.

    Cole told Football London: "Where Chelsea and Man City are at the moment, the pressure is on Man City.

    "You can see they are the better side over the course of 38 games but the club are so hell-bent on winning this trophy [Champions League] that the pressure is always mounting.

    "For Chelsea, you've got young players happy to be there in the sense that it wasn't expected this year. This was a transitional period.

    "But they can go out there and win the game with talent all over the park. That is where I think the psychology of the game will be"

  • Kostas Lianos

    MERS-IFUL WARNING

    Paul Merson warned Chelsea to be more clinical against Manchester City in the Champions League Final than they were against Aston Villa.

    Merson told Sky Sports: "I'm worried for Chelsea after seeing them at Aston Villa in what was a must-win game for them. They missed another load of chances and that's a big concern.

    "I know Chelsea have beaten Man City twice already this season, but I do worry for them in this one. Let's not get carried away, in the game at the Etihad, City missed a penalty to go 2-0 up.

    "If that game goes to 2-0 it could get very messy, but for Chelsea, after the penalty miss, the reins came off and bang.

    'If you have a go at Man City you have got a chance, but you've got to take that chance, and I don't think Chelsea have got the players to take them chances. Against Leicester in the FA Cup final, Chelsea had all that play in the first half but they just don't put teams away"

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  • Kostas Lianos

    NICE TUCH

    Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has beaten Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola in both of their meeting ever since the former moved to the Premier League in January.

    However, Tuchel refuses to become too confident as he understands the enormity of the task ahead.

    The Blues boss said: "It's always tough to play against City, Bayern [Munich] or Barcelona when Pep is on the sideline. He creates huge belief and success and has a huge winning mentality.

    "We have had two experiences in two different competitions against City. Two different matches with two different line-ups. We have the experience of how brave and courageous we need to play in certain areas of the game.

    "Maybe in the moment, City are the strongest team in Europe, in the world, and they have built a huge gap between us in the league but we closed the gap for 90 minutes at Wembley and closed the gap again in Manchester"

  • Kostas Lianos

    CITY TEAM NEWS

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is likely to have a fully fit squad for the all-English Champions League Final against Chelsea in Porto.

    Star midfielder Ilkay Gundogan overcame a knee problem, which is kept him sidelined from last weekend's final league game against Everton.

    However, the Germany international appeared to take a slight knock during City's last training session when he came together in a challenge with Fernandinho.

    The 30-year-old left the session before many of his team-mates and looked to be in slight discomfort as he went down the tunnel but no official announcement has been made about his fitness

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