look back at bayern Spurs have reportedly reached an agreement with Kane.
Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich appear to have reached an agreement over Harry’s fee. Kane on Wednesday after last summer But the England forward’s move was postponed before a trip to Germany to reach an agreement. Offers from the Bundesliga side worth more than €100m (£86.4m) have been accepted by Spurs, but the side are now still trying to highlight the finer details.
And in the final hours before the season begins Liverpool appear to be eyeing Chelsea over the signing of Moises Caicedo, with Brighton set to shell out £110m. Elsewhere, the transfer carousel continues to spin with news that West Ham and Monaco are on the move. Become a main contender for Arsenal’s Folarin Balogun
We’ll have team news from all Premier League press conferences in and out of the country. Latest transfer news and Fantasy Premier League tips below:
Roy Hodgson ready to return to Crystal palace again
Veteran manager Roy Hodgson can’t wait to play in the Premier League again with Crystal Palace.
Hodgson may have turned 76 earlier this week, on August 9, but has no easy intentions yet. After agreeing to take charge at Selhurst Park
The former England boss returned for a second time at his boyhood club in March following the departure of Patrick Vieira.
After leading the Eagles to safety from relegation battles at the time, Hodgson was ready to attack as Palace started a new life without Wilfried Zaha, who moved to Galata. Turkish giant Sarai in the summer.
“I wanted to continue because the club asked me to,” said Hodgson, who has managed Switzerland and Finland, where Inter Milan, Blackburn, Fulham, Liverpool and West are counted. Brom Among the many clubs he took care of during that time Long coaching career
“Basically Because I was very happy last season to work with the team. Which I have been able to work with in the last 10 games. The opportunity to continue working with them is an opportunity that I will definitely not resist.
Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 4:10 p.m.
Rasmus Hojlund misses Manchester United’s opener
Erik ten Hag has confirmed striker Rasmus Hojlund will miss Monday’s clash with Wolves. Manchester United’s summer signings had to wait for their Old Trafford debut due to a back injury.
“As we said earlier. he has a little problem And he’s not at the level our players are at right now. So we have to train him,” Ten Hag said today.[A] The prognosis is always difficult to say. We are confident and we are positive.”
Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 3:55 p.m.
Roberto De Zerbi insists Brighton have kept their ‘soul’ despite leaving in the summer.
Albion accepted a record English fee in the region of £110m from Liverpool for the Ecuadorian midfielder. Although reports suggest he wants to join Chelsea.
The Seagulls, who begin the new season at home to newly-promoted Luton on Saturday, have become accustomed to selling key players for exorbitant fees.
Argentine World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister moved to Anfield earlier this summer, while Ben White and Leandro Arsenal duo Trossard, Chelsea defender Marc Cugurella and Yves Tottenham midfielder Bissouma also left the Amex. stadium for the past two years.
De Zerbi has resigned to losing 21-year-old Caicedo but has a challenging message as he focuses on strengthening his squad in a campaign that includes Europa League football.
“I have forgotten Moises,” said the Italian. “I’m very proud of the players we have in the team. We have to complete the team.
“We want to improve the team because we lost Mac Allister, we lost[Levy]Colvil[on loan from Chelsea last season]maybe we lost Caicedo.
Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 3:38 p.m.
David Moyes: Manchester City bid for Lucas Paqueta is ‘not close’, West Ham valuation
West Ham manager David Moyes is hopeful a deal can be done for both James Ward-Prowse and Harry Maguire, but stressed Manchester City’s bid for midfielder Lucas Paqueta is “not close”. club
Southampton midfielder Ward-Prowse is undergoing a medical ahead of a move to east London, while Maguire continues to hold discussions with United over the terms of leaving Old Trafford.
It is understood West Ham have canceled an initial £60million offer for Paqueta from the Premier League champions.
“We have received an offer from Manchester City but at the moment it is not close to reaching our value,” Moyes said.
Despite initial disappointment in the summer, the Irons added Mexican midfielder Edson Alvarez to the squad in a £35million deal from Ajax, with Ward-Prowse following suit.
“James Ward-Prowse is being treated right now,” Moyes revealed. But it’s not correct. I mentioned him because he’s not our player yet.
Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 3:28 p.m.
Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich are under suspicion after Tottenham make a last minute turn.
Kane has not yet flown to Germany, but Spurs have never been given Kane’s permission to fly, sources say. be free.
The England captain was at Stansted Airport on Friday morning. Waiting for the bus to give a green light to travel to Munich.
Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 3:17 p.m.
Sheffield United manager Paul Heckingbottom has called for new signings ahead of the season.
Sheffield United boss Paul Heckingbottom feels the club’s season will be determined by what happens in the transfer market over the next three weeks.
The Blades’ preparations for their Premier League return are in disarray. After they sold youngsters Iliman Ndiaye and Sander Berge, with no replacements coming in.
Prince Abdullah, the club’s owner, told Heckingbottom who is trying to sell that club The money is now there to supplement his squad before the transfer window ends.
They appear to be moving quickly up front, with Coventry midfielder Gustavo Hamer undergoing a medical on Friday night. After the two clubs agreed on a fee.
Ahead of the curtain on Saturday’s game against Crystal Palace at Bramall Lane, Heckingbottom said: “We need more players. That’s my job now to push, push and push and make us stronger. Simple.
“We cannot hide from that fact. You can see that we are physically thin and we are not anywhere near where we need to be. But the departed players are gone.
“It’s about what we do now. And what we do now will determine how the season goes. And that was the message when I spoke to Prince Abdullah and the board.
“Forget about political concerns. It’s about signing contracts that we do now. And how strong will we be in the coming weeks for a difficult season?
“I know the area well enough and this club well enough. and usually during this time We can surprise a lot of people.
“I’m not afraid of it or obsessed with what’s going on. From this point on we should only get stronger. It will be huge. Prince Abdullah assures me there is money to spend now. So we have to go out and use it.”
Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 3:07 p.m.
Early transfer completion could boost Arsenal bid – Mikel Arteta
Mikel Arteta believes Arsenal can take advantage of their Premier League rivals after completing their summer transfer early.
The Gunners have splashed out over £200m to land Kai Havertz, Jurien Timber and Declan Rice before mid-July. The trio will join Arteta’s squad for their pre-season tour of the United States.
A loan deal for Brentford goalkeeper David Raya is due to be announced soon, but – without any changes being delayed – no other is planned in the current window.
Arsenal beat Manchester City in a penalty shoot-out to win the Community Championship. Shield last weekend Begin their league campaign at home against Nottingham. Forest on Saturday
While the future of Tottenham striker Harry Kane and Brighton’s young midfielder Moises Caicedo may be arranged in order for Arteta Getting new players early is a bonus.
“I think it definitely helps. especially for players access to the environment and settings,” he said.
“For the coach, it is important for the media. For the trade for the club as well. Especially when you’re on tour for sure. And with the players you will have for the season. So it is very good for us.
“We have succeeded. And we have the intention of doing it. Sometimes it’s possible. Sometimes it doesn’t.
“But we tried our best. And we just have to focus on what we can do. the reason we do and maximizing the resources we have.”
Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 2:55 p.m.
Fantasy Premier League: Can Levi Colwill offer early season bids?
Levi Colville, Chelsea – 4.5
Although the 20-year-old has yet to make a first-team appearance for Chelsea, his new six-year contract should signal he is highly rated by the west London club. Colville will likely face Benoit Badiachile, Trevor Chalobah and Axel Disasi for other starting positions. Alongside Thiago Silva, but an impressive performance on loan at Brighton last year He can quickly follow up in the starting XI and is worth the punt as Mauricio Pochettino looks to rebuild at Stamford Bridge.
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Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 2:45 p.m.
Gary O’Neil ready to take surprise chance at Wolves
New Wolves boss Gary O’Neil admitted he was surprised to be called to replace Julen Lopetegui at Molineux, but had no hesitation in joining.
O’Neil, who was sacked as Bournemouth manager at the end of last season, despite leading them to Premier League safety. has replaced Lopetegui after the Spaniard left a disagreement over the transfer.
The 40-year-old lined up last week. and happy to return to work quickly Despite only having five days to work with his team ahead of Monday night’s home game at Manchester United.
He said: “I don’t think you expect to take over from the manager with four days left until the season. It doesn’t happen very often.
“Usually you expect things to turn out right. will start and the team won’t start well. Or the manager did well and got the moves.
“Last week’s phone call was an obvious surprise. But as we spoke, I found out that there was something at Wolverhampton. It didn’t take long for me to make a decision.”
Harry Latham-CoyleAugust 11, 2023, 2:35 p.m.
Chelsea could offer players to Brighton in an attempt to complete the Moises Caicedo deal.
Chelsea are trying to offer Brighton players to break the deadlock on the Moises Caicedo deal, with the south coast club having accepted a bigger offer from Liverpool.
The player himself has made it clear he likes Stamford Bridge and has not agreed terms with the Anfield hierarchy. The situation is still complicated. As Brighton set a deadline for bidding on Thursday evening. want to be fixed as soon as possible and accepted Liverpool’s higher bid.
to try to solve this deadlock Chelsea spoke about player offers which understands that there are a number
Conor Gallagher is an interesting man for Brighton, although their recruits are often more forward-thinking and considered than their involvement in a swap deal.
Liverpool surpassed Chelsea for £10m, a Premier League record £110m. The London club are ready to improve on that. But it remains to be seen if Brighton will reopen this process.
Miguel DelanyAugust 11, 2023, 2:22 p.m.
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