Haaland Neves and Kane all characteristic in information of the day


Chelsea make Haaland offer, Arsenal announced positive Neves talks and Man United said £ 150m to sign Kane on the news of the day …

Chelsea’s reported mega-money offer for Erling Haaland “contradicts the point,” said Simon Jordan

The transfer window is just a few weeks away from opening and that means Thomas Tuchel will be looking to attract the players he believes will help bring the Premier League title to Stamford Bridge

Reports on Monday linked the Blues with a whopping £ 174million move to sign the Borussia Dortmund sensation as Thomas Tuchel stepped up his pursuit of a goalscorer this summer.

Already one of the deadliest strikers in world football, Haaland scored a very impressive 41 goals last season which means he’s already scored an impressive 170 goals in his career and he’s only 20.

But talkSPORT expert Jordan believes the proposed transfer further proves his view that money kills the game and makes it impossible for smaller clubs to compete.

“When you talk about buying players for £ 60m, £ 70m or £ 80m, aren’t we pushing the envelope?” Said the White and Jordan host.

“When we start getting into the quarter of a billion pounds, or the best part of 20 percent of a billion, you’re moving into an area that is ridiculous.

“It’s ridiculous, and that’s before the idea that he’s getting £ 25m, £ 26m, or £ 27m a year.

“It’s not because I’m a soccer club owner who gave him the head economically, but because something is fundamentally wrong with these numbers.

“They are not justified, these are football players who work in an industry that is not inundated with money, it does not justify it.

“He’s not like a movie star who pays £ 150 million for a studio. Most football clubs are economically on the verge of not making any money. They can have some net present value if one day someone comes by and spends £ 3 billion on x, y, and z – which, by the way, has never happened before.

“To me it just feels like it’s contradicting logic, it’s contradicting sense and there is no justification behind it.”

He added, “It has to be a long-term investment, but as with anything, you cannot guarantee a player’s performance or the longevity of their career.

“We have a player who is working at a very high level at 20 or older, but when you get into the £ 150million range, football starts to get ridiculous.

“Neymar’s PSG transfer was ridiculous, it was obscene. It’s a vulgar spending and it drives a crazy wage structure up. “

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Tottenham will ask Manchester United “at least” £ 150m in a CASH ONLY deal if they want to sign Harry Kane this summer.

Kane is a player who is sure to be in the transfer market this summer after reportedly telling Tottenham he would like to leave the club and this has opened the door to United for a move.

However, according to The Sun, the Spurs chairman has taken a firm stance on the future of his star man and will not consider offers that include player swaps or the transfer fee paid in installments.

It is alleged that Levy was “deeply upset” with Kane’s attempt to leave his youth club after he strongly hinted at his desire to leave and even Man City – the favorites who signed him – in an open and honest manner Interview about his future.

Levy has a reputation for playing hardball in the transfer market and it is suggested that he will start demanding cash for the striker this summer as he plans to give his squad a major facelift if Kane is eliminated.

United would “send a message” to the Premier League and European rivals if they could close a deal for Harry Kane, Gary Pallister recently claimed.

He told Goal: “He’s ticking all the boxes. He’s a guarantee for goals, as the Premier League proved.

“If you look at what football is like right now, who can actually afford to buy Harry Kane? What would the price be? It will be a huge fee to get it to your club and who will be able to afford it? I hope United are at the top of the line.

“[Edinson] Cavani has been fantastic and will continue to be a big part of the next season. He’s proven to everyone that he’s not here to pick up a few pounds at the end of his career.

“If you look to the future, Harry Kane is now the perfect age, you will get the best of him out of him. He is someone that all of the top clubs in Europe would like to have on their team. It could be about striking early, it could be about a little patience.

“Has Harry Kane already made up his mind and put his heart into where he wants to go? He said that he would like to play with De Bruyne, which you can understand. “

Pallister added, “It’s about quality. Someone who guarantees you that goals like Harry Kane are worth their weight in gold.

“Whether Tottenham had any problems, he had a consistency in scoring goals. Not only is he a very clever player, he can foul, he can hold the ball up, he has a good imagination when he is on the ball. He ticks a lot of boxes. That’s why he’s the complete striker and everyone is hungry to get him.

“He and Cavani would be accomplished center-forwards if he went there, but it would also be great for someone like Mason Greenwood, who is likely to be central to his future career, to learn from them.” . It also sends a little message when you get it. “

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Arsenal are in talks on a possible deal for Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves as Granit Xhaka is facing an exit

After five years at Arsenal, Xhaka is in the mood for a new challenge and wants everything to be clarified before the start of the European Championship so that he can concentrate solely on international affairs with Switzerland.

Arsenal have yet to accept an offer from the Roma for Xhaka but north London club sources are confident the discussions are now heading in the right direction.

The Gunners want around £ 20m ($ 28m) for the 28-year-old midfielder, who still has a two-year contract.

And, according to reports on the Daily Express website, the Gunners are interested in Neves at Wolves, with talks taking place over the Portugal international period.

Wolves are open to the sale of Neves, who has a two-year deal left, and talks between the two clubs over a possible deal will accelerate once Xhaka’s exit is finalized.

Sum up…

We believe Arsenal should definitely let Xhaka leave the club as he doesn’t bring anything into this Arsenal midfield. The news that he could leave won’t shock many Gunners fans.

And if they can get a transfer deal signed for Neves, he would be a brilliant signing for the club as he has proven to be a very effective Premier League star for Wolves in recent seasons.


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