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Bundesliga news from Sunday, July 23, 2017

- Man United are confident of landing Renato Sanches on a loan deal (Picture: Getty)Manchester United are on the brink of securing a loan move for Bayern Munich misfit Renato Sanches, according to reports.Inter Milan boss speaks out on future of Man United transfer target Ivan PerisicSanches joined Bayern from Benfica for a fee of £31million last summer – in a deal totaling around £72m – but the 19-

- Why Christian Pulisic Will Be A Good Signing For TottenhamTottenham Hotspur’s pursuit of Everton midfielder Ross Barkley seems to have hit a snag. The North Londoners are unwilling to match the Toffees’ hefty transfer fee demands, while they are also baulking at the player’s wage demands.As per reports from the Mirror, Barkley is demanding £150,000 per week wages, which would make him the highest

Bundesliga news from Saturday, July 22, 2017

- According to reports in the Daily Mail, Manchester United are well placed to sign Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches this summer, but a loan move is more likely than a permanent deal for the €48m-rated (approximately £43m) star.The Bundesliga giants signed the 19-year-old Portugal international from Benfica last summer but he endured a tough first campaign in Germany, playing just 615 minutes

- According to reports in the Daily Mail, Manchester United are in a good position to sign Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches this summer, but they may have to settle for a loan deal.What's the word, then?Well, the Bundesliga giants look set to loan the 19-year-old following a tough first season in Germany having joined the club from Benfica last summer, and United are likely to be one of the f

- Liverpool will reportedly submit a massive third-and-final bid of £75million for Naby Keita this weekend – with £40m to be paid up front.The Reds have seen two bids of £58m and £66m rejected by the Bundesliga club, who have remain steadfast in their decision not to sell the 23-year-old.Liverpool were thought to be ready to make a take-it-or-leave-it offer of £70m for the Guinean, but according to

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