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Transfer news: Kounde, Valverde to Manchester United
The latest transfer news is starting to trickle through as Jules Kounde and Federico Valverde are the latest duo to be linked with Manchester United. Your browser does not support this video [ MORE: How to watch PL in the USA ] Let’s focus on Manchester United drawing up a shortlist of new center backs to try and buy this summer, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer clearly wants to strengthen his defensive unit which keeps on making mistakes.
Willing to discuss the possible departure of the French world champion, the Madrid management have little hope for a contract extension despite the offer made. According to information from Manchester Evening News, the leaders of Casa Blanca are ready to send Raphael Varane to Manchester United in the Premier League during the next transfer market. A breath of fresh air for Real In the grip of serious financial difficulties like all the top European leaders, Real Madrid could replenish their funds in the event of the sale of the former defender of RC Lens. At the end of his contract in June 2022, Raphaël Varane is dragging his feet to extend his lease after ten years of good and loyal service. Aware of this situation, the champions of Spain are already in the process of preparing the Frenchman’s succession. Having officially announced his departure from Bayern Munich, David Alaba is expected to join Zinedine Zidane’s squad next season. Read also: Mendy's problem after his goal Mendy, the incredible anecdote of Zidane Ferland Mendy, the hero of Real!
New York City marks 1 year since learning state's first COVID death; California opens vaccine eligibility: Latest COVID-19 updates .
New York City Sunday marked a year since they learned of the state's first fatalities. March Madness is back. Latest COVID-19 news.Mayor Bill de Blasio called the total number of lives lost in the city “a number we can barely imagine,” noting it represented more than the city lost in World War II, Vietnam, Sept. 11 and Superstorm Sandy combined.