After having gleaned its 4th title of champion of England in 5 years, Manchester City wants to extend its domination on the Premier League. The primary objective will be to extend coach Pep Guardiola, at the end of his contract next season. “Blue Forever” shout it out Manchester Evening News in its current edition. City Group CEO Ferran Soriano has said he wants to keep the Spanish tactician by offering him a lifetime contract. It remains to be seen what the main interested party will think of it. In any case, the PSG is warned. You will have to know how to be convincing to realize your dream of attracting the Spanish tactician.
Barca want to shop in the Premier League
Barça continues its restructuring operation and keeps a close eye on the side of the Premier League, at Chelsea more precisely. As indicated by the Mundo Deportivo on its front page, an offensive is being prepared for Marcos Alonso and César Azpilicueta. The Spanish daily explains that the two men have already told their club that they want to go to Barça. Friday, an interlocutor will be responsible for negotiating with the Blues for these two transfers. On his side, Sport reports Brazilian Raphinha is asking to leave Leeds. After ensuring maintenance with the English club, the former Stade Rennais player wants to take a new step in his career. But maintaining Leeds could complicate the operation since they are no longer obliged to let go at low cost. Its price is estimated at around 40 million euros, to be continued.
XXL envelope for Tottenham
Tottenham will be in the Champions League next season thanks to a crazy final sprint. Not to make up the numbers, the Spurs intend to strengthen this summer. As reported by DailyMirror this Wednesday morning, Antonio Conte will be entitled to a nice envelope for this summer. It will be supported by 175M€. Information also taken up by the Daily Express. The objective will be to keep Harry Kane, while strengthening. One thing is certain, between Chelsea Tottenham and Manchester United all want to end the unchallenged reign of Manchester City and Liverpool in the Premier League.