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SANCHO REPLACEMENT

There’s been an update in the Jadon Sancho transfer chat. Apparently, Borussia Dortmund have identified his replacement, PSV Eindhoven’s Donyell Malen. According to Bild, the German club believe that the 21-year-old forward – who has scored six goals in 11 Eredivise matches so far this season – can fill the void left by Sancho if he does leave the club next year.

Manchester United remain favourites to sign the England winger, although their exit from the Champions League has put a dent in their finances.

Donyell Malen after scoring in the Europa League (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO/AFP via Getty Images)


CAMP NOU CASH-IN

Barcelona’s financial problems have been well-reported, with the players recently agreeing to a pay cut. Yet some of them will also have to leave the Nou Camp, and few are as valuable as Frenkie De Jong.

According to Goal.com, Bayern Munich are still big admirers of the Netherlands midfielder after missing out on his signing from Ajax, and are willing to take advantage of Barca’s financial situation with an offer for him.

Frenkie de Jong of FC Barcelona (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)


ZIZOU OFF?

The other Spanish giant, Real Madrid, aren’t faring much better right now. Instead of selling players though, they could lose their manager.

Zinedine Zidane reportedly saved his job by reaching the Champions League last 16 last night, but Diariogol reckon a deal has been agreed for the Frenchman to leave at the end of the season.

That could have an impact on Paul Pogba’s plans. The Manchester United midfielder has identified working with Zizou at the Bernabeu as his “dream move” according to reports.

Zinedine Zidane gives instructions during the Champions League match between Internazionale and Real Madrid (Photo by MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP via Getty Images)

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