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Monday July 31

Klopp rules out Coutinho move

15:50: Jurgen Klopp insists Philippe Coutinho is NOT for sale at any price as Barcelona look to sign the Liverpool star.

He said: ”Coutinho is not available for sale. There is no other interpretation. There is nothing new.”

Man Utd eye Sancho

15:00: Manchester United have joined the race to sign Manchester City’s Jadon Sancho.

The 17-year-old is attracting interest from a host of top clubs after starring for City’s youth teams last season.

City are keen to keep hold of the 17-year-old but he is yet to sign a new deal with the club despite being offered a three-year contract.

And United are now looking to take advantage of the situation with the Manchester Evening News claiming the Red Devils are ‘pushing hard’ to sign him.

Man Utd face Ibrahimovic war with AC Milan

14:30: Manchester United face competition from AC Milan to re-sign striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic when he recovers from injury.

According to Italian newspaper Tuttosport, Milan are ready for a late battle with United to hand the Swede a route back into football.

It is said the big-money spenders have earmarked Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a potential January arrival at the San Siro.

And the former Milan hitman is considering a return, having shone in his two-year spell there between 2010 and 2012.

Milan have a potentially key pulling point too in that Ibrahimovic’s partner, Helena Seger, retains a strong affinity with the Italian city.

Alexis set for showdown talks

13:55: Alexis Sanchez is set for face-to-face talks with manager Arsene Wenger to resolve his future.

The Chilean will arrive in London on Tuesday, and is due to train with his Arsenal colleagues on Wednesday.

The Evening Standard claim it’s the first meeting between the pair since Sanchez’s contract talks stalled because of a potential move to Manchester City.

It’s thought Wenger has been texting his…

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