ATLETICO IN FOR SIMEONE
We started the day with the news that Diego Simeone has communicated to the Atlético de Madrid board of directors that he wants Gonzalo Montiel to replace Kieran Trippier's loss in this transfer market. The English winger can go to Manchester United this summer and Simeone wants the American champion to reinforce their squad.
A NEW WISH FROM JOSÉ MOURINHO
Mauro Icardi would be one of the great signings that Roma want to close for next season, taking into account that they already have Rui Patricio as their new goalkeeper and that they are targeting names like Granit Xhaka (Arsenal), Alex Telles (Manchester United), Donny Van de Beek (Manchester United), Eric Bailly (Manchester United) and Marc Cucurella (Getafe).
PSG has not set a sale price, but there is no doubt that the Argentine will come out in this summer transfer market and that it has to be one of the sales that helps balance the accounts, which have been complicated by the arrival of names like Gianluigi Donnarumma, Sergio Ramos, Achraf Hakimi and Georginio Wijnaldum.
Mourinho still prioritize three players from his former club Manchester United and hopes to get these deals done in no time. These players are Alex Telles, Van de Beek and Eric Bailly. He would also accept these players for even loan spells at AS Roma.
PASTORE, TO MONACO?
Roma footballer Pastore could end up signing for Monaco. The Argentine, who has a contract in Italy until 2024, is not to Mourinho's liking and the whole of the Côte d'Azur, according to his agent. "Monaco Could be. It's a team that Pastore likes.
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