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Tuesday, May 5

Manchester United received a boost in the search for Jadon Sancho's transfer, with Borussia Dortmund replacing his replacement

Thomas Partey told close friends that he is interested in joining Arsenal this summer

Liverpool lead the race to sign RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner. However, the transfer may be in doubt due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Chelsea coach Frank Lampard identified his ideal signing ahead of the summer transfer window

Lionel Messi's retirement request

Lionel Messi has another "very good seven years" in the tank, while the former Barcelona midfielder Xavi advises the striker to stay at the Camp Nou until he is 39 years old.

Messi has won almost everything there is to gain in football since he moved to Barcelona from Newell & # 39; s Old Boys in 2010.

The 32-year-old has six Ballon d'Or in his name – one more than Cristiano Ronaldo – but has never won the World Cup with Argentina.

Therefore, Xavi thinks this will serve as motivation and Messi was appointed to represent his country at the next event in 2022 in Qatar.

"He still has five or seven very good years in him," Xavi said of Messi during an Instagram conversation with Samuel Eto & # 39; o.

"He takes good care of himself and can continue playing until he is 37, 38 or 39 years old. He will play in the World Cup in Qatar, I am sure."

Man Utd delivers Jadon Sancho

Manchester United received a boost in the search for Jadon Sancho, with Borussia Dortmund replacing his replacement.

TodoFichajes Dortmund entered into negotiations to sign with Werder Bremen playmaker Milot Rashica.

The Bundesliga team is busy looking for a replacement for Sancho, who is due to leave this summer with Manchester United as a favorite to guarantee his services.

Rashica, linked to Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp, scored 23 goals and gave 11 assists in 64 games for Werder Bremen.

The 23-year-old Kosovo international is valued at £ 30 million.

Thomas Partey for Arsenal development

Thomas Partey told close friends that he is interested in joining Arsenal this summer.

Atletico Madrid's midfielder is Mikel Arteta's main target.

And the Telegraph Says Partey made it clear that he wants to join the Gunners.

Partey hopes Atlético and Arsenal can reach an agreement this summer.

The 26-year-old told close friends about his desire to prove himself in the Premier League.

Liverpool lead race for striker

Liverpool are leading the race to sign RB Leipzig playmaker Timo Werner, however the transfer may be in doubt due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The striker spoke of a move to Anfield, with the German international greeting the Reds and his compatriot Jurgen Klopp.

And according to The Independent, Liverpool is on pole position to sign Werner.

They say the German, 24, will be available for about £ 50 million due to a release clause in his contract.

However, it is claimed that the transfer may be in doubt due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Football was suspended due to the deadly virus, with the Premier League returning in June.

However, the loss of income in recent weeks may cause clubs to refuse to spend too much on the summer transfer window.

Chelsea identify ideal signing

Chelsea coach Frank Lampard identified his “ideal signing” before the next transfer window.

The Blues are eager to continue strengthening their team to take advantage of the progress made in Lampard's inaugural campaign at Stamford Bridge's hideout.

Bleachers report they say the Blues see Leicester's Ben Chilwell as their ideal signing this summer.

Leicester is likely to play tough with Chilwell, who arrived at King Power Stadium.

The 23-year-old is signed until the summer of 2024 and is valued by the Foxes at £ 60 million.

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