Real Madrid forward Jese Rodriguez is expected to leave the club this summer.
The highly rated Spaniard’s development has stalled over the last couple of seasons due to the lack of game time and injuries and the player is looking to kick-start his stagnating career with a move away from Bernabeu.
Real Madrid are close to completing a loan move for the 26 year old versatile defender Nacho.
The Spanish defender has fallen out of favour at Santiago Bernabeu and will join the Italian giants Roma on loan for the whole of next season.
The Serie A club have an option to sign Nacho permanently when the loan deal expires, however, Real Madrid have also inserted a buyback clause in the player’s agreement much like that of Morata at Juventus.
Uefa has announced their top 10 Best Player shortlist and as expected the list is dominated by players who play in La Liga, as the seven of the ten players play for Spanish clubs, with two coming from Germany and one from Italy. Once again no player from the Premier League made the list. This top 10 list will be whittled down to three next month, with a jury to decide who will take the crown, last won by Lionel Messi.
Manchester United could face severe competition to sign Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba after Real Madrid head coach Zidedine Zidane claimed that ‘anything can happen until 31 August’ in the transfer saga to sign the Frenchman.
The Premier League giants are reportedly close to seal Pogba’s return to Old Trafford this summer despite having an initial £86 million bid rejected from Juventus.
Manchester United's hope of signing Andre Gomes has been crushed after the midfielder left Valencia and completed a move to Barcelona.
The 22-year-old was a key part of Portugal squad that won the Euro 2016 after beating host nation France in the final. They won in the extra time, courtesy to Eder's goal, which was the difference between the two sides.
The two Manchester clubs’ dreams of signing the much sought-after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are up in smoke, with the player stating that the only club he would be interested in moving to is Real Madrid. The Borussia Dortmund man was a target for Pep Guardiola at the Etihad Stadium, and reportedly also held talks with City.
The Gabriel Jesus transfer saga takes a new twist with Manchester United registering a late interest in the Brazilian forward and Spanish newspaper AS has rightly described it as a ‘soap opera’.
Manchester City appeared to have won the race for the young Brazilian striker after the Premier League giants had submitted a €32m bid for the player, which is €8m more than what Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern and PSG are supposed to pay as per his contract.
Real Madrid star James Rodriguez has revealed that the Champions League winners have received a €85 million (£71.1 million) bid for his services, but he stressed that he will not leave the Spanish capital club in the summer transfer window.
The 25-year-old joined the Spanish giants from AS Monaco in the summer of 2014.
Barcelona were looking at the option of signing Juventus star Paul Pogba, according to the Catalan club's international adviser Ariedo Braida. The La Liga endedtheir interest in signing the talented midfielder due to the player's hefty price tag.
The France international has been a star player for the Old Lady, since joining them on a free transfer from Manchester United in 2012.
Chelsea have had two bids rejected for the Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata this summer.
However a transfer could be close because Real Madrid are holding out for an offer only 5 million pounds more than Chelsea’s last offer. Usually in such cases, both clubs reach an agreement/compromise.
Gabriel Jesus’ transfer saga to Europe has been a right mess so far.
A few days ago, the player seemed destined for a move to Barcelona. Then came the interest from Manchester City and apparently their new manager Pep Guardiola swung the deal in City’s favour with a phone call.
Yesterday, reports emerged that the player has snubbed both Manchester City and Barcelona for a move to Real Madrid.
Valencia midfielder Andre Gomes is close to joining the reigning European champions Real Madrid, according to reports from Spanish newspaper Marca.
Gomes is a highly talented player who won the European championship medal with Portugal in France last month. Los Che value him at €65m, but Real Madrid are increasingly confident of striking a deal at €50m with an additional €5-10m as bonuses depending on objectives reached.
This summer is very crucial for James Rodriguez. He needs to make a decision: whether to stay at Real Madrid or to move elsewhere. The 2015/16 campaign didn’t particularly go well for him. He first fell out with Rafael Benitez and then saw his game time getting curtailed under Zinedine Zidane.
Each manager has his own set of ideas and Rodriguez probably doesn’t not fit into the plans of the Frenchman.
Andre Gomes has more or less decided that he will leave Valencia in the summer. Real Madrid could be his likely destination but Chelsea haven’t given up on him, as yet.
Valencia have started preparing for next season assuming a life without their star midfielder Andre Gomes. Los Che are prepared to lose him at the right price and have already started searching a suitable replacement for him.
Real Madrid are looking to sign a central midfielder this summer. After apparently admitting a defeat to Manchester United (well, Spanish newspaper Marca believe they’ve actually let United to do the business) in the race to sign Paul Pogba, Los Blancos have shifted their attention towards signing Andre Gomes.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has refused to rule out an exit for Alvaro Morata this summer, with Chelsea and Arsenal both linked. The striker returned to the Spanish capital from Juventus in the current window, after Real triggered his buy-back clause, which was included in his sale two years back.
Fortunately for the rest of humankind, a mix of being permanently injured and/or bench-bound has given Real Madrid forward Jese Rodriguez ample time and opportunity to focus his efforts into launching an extra-curricular music career.
'Doing the Royston Drenthe', as it's known in the trade.