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TOP STORY: Madrid preparing fire sales for financing Neymar signing
Real Madrid could be set to offload 300 million worth of talent to make room for Neymar this
The report comes the day after Barcelona was entitled to offer either Philippe Coutinho or Ousmane Dembele to Paris Saint-Germain as part of an agreement to bring the Brazil star back to the Camp Nou.
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Zinedine Zidane's site is finished third in La Liga last season, and is expected to sell players to make room for Neymar's € 1.35m pay. Gareth Bale could make room for Manchester United or Tottenham Hotspur, while Marco Asensio could come to Chelsea.
Eden Hazard is also expected to move to the Bernabeu this summer, with Chelsea ahead to admit after the last night of the Europa League final victory over Arsenal: "I think it's goodbye."
08.35 BST: David Luiz supported Callum Hudson-Odoi to fill the gap left by Eden Hazard at Chelsea, whose Belgian completes his desired move to Real Madrid.
Hudson-Odoi is the player that many Chelsea fans hope will grow into their new talisman in the years to come despite the club not yet offering the 18-year-old goal for Bayern Munich, a new deal to replace the one that expires next year. Luiz is convinced that England's international team is on the right track to tackle Hazard's mantle despite facing a long sidelined spell with a blown Achilles.
Asked who can replace Hazard, Luiz laughed and replied: "It's either [Lionel] Messi or [Cristiano] Ronaldo I think if he goes, I just want him all the best he is a fantastic Player, Friend and Guy I have known him ever since he was here so young, I am so fond of him because the world knows who Eden Hazard is.
"It's part of life. Some bikes are finished, some bikes start. I think we have many many talents in the club to replace him.
"We have many [who could replace him]. Callum is amazing. Callum has known this club since he was young, and he has the talents for a day to be like Eden. It's a new story for Callum, it didn't start as well because of the damage, but it is time for him to improve on other sites [of his game]. "
08.00 BST: Tottenham forward Fernando Llorente says he doesn't knows where to play next season. The Spaniard, who is preparing for Saturday's Champions League final against Liverpool, will be a free agent this summer. Spurs have the unilateral opportunity to extend Spain's contract for one year, but they have not.
Llorente, who has scored 10 goals in all competitions this season, including a decisive goal that saw Spurs eliminate Manchester City from the Champions League in the quarterfinals, told Cadena Ser: "At the moment I have nothing for next season. is not that I can change things. Depending on what happens, I will see what options I have. It's just the one thing I am interested in. Submitted is the last Saturday, the rest does not care. "
PAPER TALK (by Stephen Wright): Maddison in favor of Spurs' European Success
Leicester City Midfielder James Maddison could be on his way to Tottenham Hotspur, who wants a lot of money to spend from reaching the Champions League the final, according to Mirror.
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Liverpool earned £ 72m from reaching last year's final, and f igure is expected to match Mauricio Pochettino's side this season.
As for Maddison, he scored seven goals and added seven assistants in the 2018-19 season, resulting in a call to the England team. Leicester signed him for £ 22.5 million. From Norwich City this summer, but would expect a tremendous profit if they were to sell him 12 months later.
Villa set to break club fee
Premier League newcomers Aston Villa could be set to smash their club ticket to Brentford striker Neal Maupay according to Sun.
Villa is ready to spend £ 20m, a fee higher than they have spent on any player before, forwards. The current record is £ 18m for Darren Bent from Sunderland eight years ago.
The 22-year-old scored 25 goals in the championship last season.
– Real Madrid must re-enter Lyon left Ferland Mendy who would act as a competition for Brazi International Marcelo, according to AS. Marcelo recently became 31, and Zidane reportedly wanted a more youthful approach to his side, hence the relationship with 23-year-old Mendy.