Inter Milan WIN Serie A – reaction, Real Madrid 'have money for Haaland', Everton want Aguero – Chelsea transfer news

EVERTON are reportedly plotting an ambitious bid to sign Sergio Aguero, who is due to leave Manchester City.

Chelsea, Tottenham, Barcelona and Inter Milan are also interested in the Argentina star.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid appear to have moved to the front of the queue for Dortmund's Erling Haaland.

Agent Mino Raiola stated that the Spanish champions have the funds to sign the Norwegian this summer, despite the collapse of the European Super League.

Lionel Messi is close to signing a new ten-year deal with Barcelona, according to reports.


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    Inter Milan have been crowned Serie A champions with four games to spare – ending Juventus' run of nine titles in a row.

    Antonio Conte's side beat Crotone 2-0 yesterday, with Christian Eriksen and Achraf Hakimi's goals putting them on the edge of glory.

    And second-placed Atalanta's failure to beat Sassuolo this afternoon, falling to a 1-1 draw, has sealed the title for the Nerazurri.

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    Returning skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang marked his Premier League comeback with a second-half goal, adding to Mohamed Elneny's early effort to seal a comfortable three points for the Gunners.

    Mikel Arteta will be delighted at the boost, ahead of Thursday night's crunch clash with Villarreal in North London.

    We'll have some of the Spaniard's thoughts here.

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made it 2-0Credit: Paul Currie Telegraph Media Group
    Mohamed Elneny gave Arsenal the leadCredit: Reuters
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    Manchester United's game with Liverpool has been DELAYED after fuming fans stormed locked-down Old Trafford in a security breach.

    A planned protest against the Red Devils' owners, the Glazers, led to a stand-off with police at the entrance to the hotel just hours before the game.

    Supporters chanted and lit flares next to the team bus as it waited for the squad.

    And a demonstration featuring a large number of fans outside Old Trafford led to hundreds rushing onto the pitch.

    Footage emerged online of fans chanting towards the Sky Sports television studio and cameras set up in the main stand.

    One clip even showed a flare being hurled in the direction of the gantry, while protestors were also seen carrying the United corner flags.

    Authorities managed to usher the crowds off the pitch but amid the chaos the match has been pushed back, but no revised kick-off time has been confirmed.

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    Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel picked out Mason Mount and Billy Gilmour for their performances in the win over Fulham.

    Tuchel described Mount as the 'full package' and admits young midfielder Gilmour has convinced him.

    Scotland teenager Gilmour was handed his first Premier League start under Tuchel and he made a big impression.

    Tuchel told Chelsea TV: "Very, very good. He’s a confident guy, he’s well aware of his qualities, which is good."

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    Alfredo Moreles scored and NUTMEGGED Scott Brown in the Celtic skipper's final Old Firm match on the way to helping keep Rangers' Invincible dream alive.

    The Colombian – for whom this may also be the last derby – scored Gers' second, either side of a double from Kemar Roofe before Jermain Defoe rounded things off.

    Click here to read SunSport's match report.

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    Incredible scenes at Old Trafford as protesters make their way on to the pitch!

    For the first time in more than a year, there are thousands of Manchester United supporters inside the ground – but not to watch a football match!

    The pitch has now been cleared and the Premier League believe today’s match between United and Liverpool WILL take place at 4:30pm as planned.

    Here is the shocking footage…

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    Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has revealed he has been left 'encouraged' by the club's summer plans after chief Josh Kroenke spoke of his excitement.

    Despite the risk of being without European football next term, the Gunners are already looking at potential signings with Brighton's Yves Bissouma being eyed up.

    Speaking to Sky Sports about the Kroenke's ambitions, the Spaniard said: "I've been really encouraged.

    "I feel really positive about what we are going to do."

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    Jurgen Klopp has claimed Holland would be risking Virgil van Dijk's career by rushing him back for the Euros.

    The Dutch defender was ruled out for the season after a horror challenge from Everton's Jordan Pickford ruptured his cruciate knee ligament last October.

    The Liverpool manager said: "I don't want to hold Virgil back but you can't force it as well.

    "You are all long enough in the business to know that if you want to play you have to train before – and proper football training.

    "It takes weeks. Not a week before. You cannot be 10 or 11 months out, train for one week and then play football. That is not possible, it should not be possible.

    "No one is holding Virgil back – I can promise all the people in Holland that we cannot force it, and we will not."

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    Everton have reportedly joined the race to land Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero.

    The Argentina star is leaving on a free transfer this summer and a host of clubs are chasing his signature.

    According to the Daily Star, Everton are the latest club to express an interest in signing Aguero.

    Carlo Ancelotti wants to strengthen his team's attack and the arrival of the 32-year-old striker would provide a major boost heading into next season.

    The Toffees are reportedly ready to offer Aguero a big signing on fee to convince him to move to Goodison Park.

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    Mauricio Pochettino's son Maurizio has made his senior debut after featuring in Watford's 2-0 defeat against Brentford.

    The 20-year-old – who joined the Hornets on a permanent deal from Tottenham in January – has impressed since linking up with the academy.

    He scored a sublime left-footed strike on his debut for the Under-23's in a 3-2 win against Ipswich.

    And he then found the back of the net in the victories against Millwall and Swansea.

    His stellar form earned him a place on the bench for the Championship clash against Wycombe in March, where he was an unused substitute.

    But he was rewarded with a first-team debut on Saturday as he replaced Dan Gosling with five minutes remaining at the Brentford Community Stadium.

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    The race is on to qualify for next season's Champions League with a host of teams scuffling over the few remaining places.

    Manchester City are already in the hat with Manchester United soon to secure their spot, leaving potentially three more spaces in the competition.

    Typically, the top-four of the Premier League all reach the group stage with Leicester and Chelsea well set as things stand.

    The Blues hold a six-point advantage over fifth-placed West Ham and Liverpool are a point further back, with both clubs yet to play this weekend.

    Tottenham and Everton are also in the picture although the Toffees' defeat to Aston Villa left them nine points behind with only five games to go.

    But, as these clubs fight over fourth place, there is still a possibility that it still will not be enough.

    Click here to find out why.

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    Liverpool have risen above Manchester United in the Premier League wage bill standings – but still sit miles adrift of Manchester City.

    The official salary totals for the 2019-20 season have been confirmed.

    Arsenal and Tottenham ran the tightest ship wage-wise, spending just £225m and £181m respectively last term.

    Click here to read the detailed list.

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    Luke Shaw has also highlighted the importance of Bruno Fernandes, Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba.

    Speaking to the official Manchester United website, Shaw said: “In the big games, big moments, big players come alive. All three of them did against Roma.

    “I think everyone was brilliant in the second half but, of course, we know the quality that they’ve got and possess and they showed that.

    “Hopefully that can push them on now in the end of the season, every game now is very important. We want to finish the season high in the league and of course win the Europa League.”

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    Tottenham are interested in signing 18-year-old Brazilian wonderkid Rodrigo Varanda.

    The 18-year-old Corinthians winger has been watched by impressed Spurs scouts over the last few years.

    SunSport understands there have already been initial talks over an £8.5m deal to bring him to the Premier League.

    He is out of contract next January, and is allowed to begin talks with over a free transfer from this August.

    But the Brazilian side don’t want him to go for nothing, and want him to extend his contract to land a fee.

    His team are believed to already be working on getting the correct paperwork for him to make a move to the UK.

    Varanda can play anywhere across the attack, and is comfortable on both the left and the ring wing.

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    Luke Shaw has admitted Manchester United’s confidence is high heading into today’s match against Liverpool.

    Speaking to the official United website, Shaw said: “I’ve been here for a long time now, so I know how important this [the Liverpool] game is.

    “Of course the players do but most importantly the fans as well. It’s a game we’re looking forward to.

    “Of course, we come off the back of a really good win so confidence is high and we’re looking forward to the game on Sunday.”

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    Kai Havertz pleaded with Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel to let him loose on Real Madrid.

    The German scored twice to leave Fulham on the brink of relegation and stake his claim to start Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final second leg against the Spanish giants.

    Havertz hit the target in each half and was unlucky not to grab a hat trick in a performance that a delighted Tuchel hailed as ‘perfect’.

    Havertz said: "I scored very early so it gave me a little bit of confidence, it is always good to score and I'm happy to help the team. I hope I can continue like this on Wednesday.

    "I'm always desperate to start games, I play football. But I know we have a lot of quality players in the team and the other players play well as well. I keep going, train hard and give my best."

    Chelsea emerged with no injuries and a clean sheet from a game which puts them six points clear in the all-important fourth spot.

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    Mikel Arteta is hoping to reconnect with the disillusioned fans who want owner Stan Kroenke to leave Arsenal.

    Speaking to Sky Sports, Arteta said: “We really need them; to be with the team, to believe in the team, to support them.

    “With them closer, we are much stronger.

    “That’s what we ask them and we promise them we’ll give everything we can to fulfil their expectations, to give them some joy and some special moments.”

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    Paul Pogba has recognised the importance of today's game between rivals Manchester United and Liverpool.

    Speaking to the United Review before the match, the World Cup winner said: “Obviously, every game is important but even more so against Liverpool; we know the rivalry between the two clubs.

    “But we have to think about us – we are in second place and we want to stay there and push the first one [Manchester City], so obviously this is an important game for us and we want to win this one.”

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    Arsenal are reportedly confident of fending off competition from other clubs to prise Yves Bissouma away from Brighton for £30million.

    The North London giants are known to be admirers of the Mali international, who is understood to be a 'huge fan' of the Gunners.

    It was reported in March that Mikel Arteta's side asked to be 'kept informed' of the 24-year-old's situation at the Amex Stadium ahead of a potential summer swoop.

    Liverpool have also been heavily linked with the ex-Lille midfielder as a potential replacement for Barcelona target Georginio Wijnaldum.

    Reds legend John Barnes has urged his former employers to nab Bissouma, who has also attracted interest from Manchester United.

    And according to the Daily Star, Tottenham, Everton and West Ham have all made inquiries to Brighton over a potential move for the player.

    But they state that it is Arsenal that are winning the race to sign Bissouma with the FA Cup holders confident of securing his services.

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    Jurgen Klopp may be forced to break up the band to kick-start a bid for new success next season.

    The Liverpool boss relied on his Fab Three of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane to get the goals that brought Champions League glory then a first top-flight title in 30 years.

    Salah, 28, whose deal also expires in two years, has raised doubts about his future. He revealed there has been no discussion on extending his stay beyond that.

    The winger hinted that he was disgruntled earlier this season and he admits: "No one is talking to me about anything, so I can’t say much about that."

    But he insists his focus is still at Anfield, adding: "I said before that I want to win the Premier League again — and I want to win the Champions League again.

    "It’s a great thing to win, I’m just trying to win it again and again and again because part of our job is we need to."

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    Emma Hayes is dreaming of Chelsea sealing a historic Champions League double by becoming kings and queens of club football in Europe.

    And the Kingsmeadow chief hailed Thomas Tuchel, 47, for buying into the winning mentality being encouraged by the Blues.

    Hayes, 44, said: "I had a lovely encounter with Thomas Tuchel, he’s a fantastic guy, really open-minded and progressive coach.

    "There’s a reason why the men’s team are performing like they are and to mirror that success, side by side, how fantastic that would be.

    "I’ve always said this about Chelsea, we always talk about winning in this place, that’s what comes with the territory.

    "We don’t mind the pressure, the expectations, the tags, the titles, whatever comes with it, we just know we’re a club that wants to be in winning positions.

    "It’s great to think that both the men’s and women’s teams have reached these stages.

    "But as I’ll always say we’re about winning things, not just getting here."

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    Timo Werner became the first Chelsea star in eight years to reach double figures for goals and assists in a debut season.

    A perfectly-weighted through ball to Kai Havertz helped make it 2-0 against Fulham on Saturday as the Blues strengthened their grip on a top-four place.

    It meant a tenth assist on the season for Werner, 25, to go with his 11 goals in all competitions.

    Despite attracting criticism for his slow start at Stamford Bridge, he has become the first Chelsea player to reach the double-figure mark for both feats since Eden Hazard in 2012-13.

    And only four Premier League players had achieved the same so far this season; Son Heung-min, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Harry Kane.

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    Kelly Smith is backing Chelsea to steal Arsenal’s limelight by ending their spell of being the only women’s football club from England to conquer Europe.

    And the Gunners’ icon believes 'energiser' Hayes will have her players 'riled up' to knock Bayern Munich out of the Champions League.

    Smith told SunSport: "Emma was a young coach and still learning the trade when she was at Arsenal.

    "But you could see she was hungry, passionate and a real energiser coach who really loved being out on the field.

    "She got massive amounts of experience coaching in America after leaving the club and really developed Chelsea’s game. They are very lucky to have her.

    "I hope they can perform, get to the final and try and take away Arsenal's mantle of being the only team to lift the trophy.

    "And I'm sure Emma's going to get them riled up and ready.

    "It's a huge opportunity for them to get to the final and they're going to believe that they can do it being at home with that home advantage."

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    The Mail on Sunday are reporting Arsenal have gone up for sale.

    Unpopular owner Stan Kronke is believed to want £1.7BILLION for the London club.

    Spotify CEO and Arsenal fan Daniel Ek, believed to be worth more than £3bn, has expressed an interest in buying the Gunners.

    The fans want Kronke to leave the Emirates following the European Super League scandal and the team’s decline in recent years.

    The newspaper are also reporting Arsenal have effectively been on sale for two years – but Kronke is yet to receive the right offer.

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    Eden Hazard has vowed to play for Turkish giants Fenerbahce before he retires, according to former club chief Hasan Cetinkaya.

    The Belgium talisman, who moved to Real Madrid from Chelsea in a £150million deal in 2019, has told Cetinkaya he will play for the Turkish Super Lig side one day.

    Last year, Cetinkaya revealed: "Eden Hazard is an old friend of mine, I've known him since he was 15 or 16 years old and still played for Lille.

    The former Fener supremo spoke to Turkish sports news website Ajansspor: "He had incredible sympathy for Fenerbahce and gave me his word: 'Hasan, one day I'll play for Fenerbahce, I just do not know when that will be."

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