Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man City want Grealish and Haaland

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AC Milan are not offering first-choice goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma the type of wages he desires, reports Sky Sport Italia. The club are seeking a€7 million per-year deal, whileDonnarumma apparently wants much more.

The 22-year-old could look to sign a one-year extension if his long-term demands are not met.

The Daily Mail have written that Sheffield United are in danger of losing one of their top prospects,Ismaila Coulibaly.

Just 20 years old, the midfielder has impressed on loan atBeerschot in Belgium and is attracting interest from around Europe.

Bahraini businessman Abdulrahman Al-Jasmi has officially become the new owner of embattled League One club Wigan Athletic, reports BBC Sport, and his group is determined to pull theLatics out of financial turmoil.

Wigan entered administration last year.

“The past 12 months have been extremely unfortunate for everybody,” new chief executive Mal Brannigan told BBC. “Our role and my job is to make sure this football club becomes a stable Championship club.”

Pep Guardiola could revamp his attack following the imminent departure of Sergio Aguero

Manchester City are set to do whatever it takes to land duo Erling Haaland and Jack Grealish, even if their combined fees reach well into the triple-digits, claims the Daily Mail.

Haaland, 20, would come from Borussia Dortmund already a superstar and with the expectation of becoming an even greater force as he develops, whileGrealish, 25, would arrive from Aston Villa squarely in his prime.

Justin Cochran is a strong contender to become the next England Under-21manager if Aidy Boothroyd is dismissed, writes The Telegraph.

Cochran currently leads theEngland U17 squad, so he’s familiar with how the Three Lions operate and the players in their talent pipeline.

The Seattle Sounders have appointed Craig Waibel to be their new sporting director, says MLS Multiplex.

Waibel has served as the general manager of Real Salt Lake since 2015.

The Tottenham centre-back has been contacted by Club Brugge

TobyAlderweireld has been asked to return to his home country to finish his career, with Club Brugge communicating their interest in his services, claims Voetbal 24.

The veteran Belgium defender is in his sixth season at Tottenham and could be convinced to embrace a change of scenery.


Source : goal.com