NEWCASTLE UNITED PLOT ELEVENTH-HOUR MOVE FOR TIEMOUE BAKAYOKO

NEWCASTLE UNITED PLOT ELEVENTH-HOUR MOVE FOR TIEMOUE BAKAYOKO

According to a fresh report from Italian outlet Calciomercato, Newcastle United have joined Nottingham Forest in the race to sign forgotten Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko. The news comes as AC Milan, who currently have the Frenchman on loan, intend to offload him by cutting short his two-year loan transfer in half.

It is easy to forget that Bakayoko is actually still a Chelsea player. The former AS Monaco star moved to Stamford Bridge in 2017 in a reported £40 million deal. But after only one season in England, the French midfielder has spent the last four seasons on loan outside the Premier League. The 28-year-old is currently halfway through a two-year loan spell with AC Milan but could see his latest temporary agreement cut short having fallen out of favour under Stefano Pioli. Newly-promoted Serie A side Monza are regarded as the favourites to capture Bakayoko before the transfer deadline this week.

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ITALIAN SERIE A GIANTS AC MILAN REKINDLE INTEREST IN JAPHET TANGANGA PURSUIT

ITALIAN SERIE A GIANTS AC MILAN REKINDLE INTEREST IN JAPHET TANGANGA PURSUIT

According to Calciomercato, AC Milan are looking to reopen talks for Tottenham defender Japhet Tanganga, who is back on their radar to replace Alessio Romagnoli. The young defender does not have a future at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and there has been considerable interest coming from Italy. Japhet Tanganga’s top-notch performances at the start of last season seem to have been long forgotten. The defender has since lost form and fallen considerably down the pecking order at Tottenham. Under Antonio Conte, there appears to be no future for the versatile defender, who is capable of playing on the right and centrally.

Tanganga has not been involved in Tottenham’s first three games of the season, as the north London club are actively looking for solutions before the transfer deadline. The significant interest has come from Serie A clubs, with AS Roma, Inter Milan, and AC Milan all keen on signing the versatile defender.

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ITALIAN SERIE A GIANTS AC MILAN REKINDLE INTEREST IN JAPHET TANGANGA PURSUIT

ITALIAN SERIE A GIANTS AC MILAN REKINDLE INTEREST IN JAPHET TANGANGA PURSUIT

According to Calciomercato, AC Milan are looking to reopen talks for Tottenham defender Japhet Tanganga, who is back on their radar to replace Alessio Romagnoli. The young defender does not have a future at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and there has been considerable interest coming from Italy. Japhet Tanganga’s top-notch performances at the start of last season seem to have been long forgotten. The defender has since lost form and fallen considerably down the pecking order at Tottenham. Under Antonio Conte, there appears to be no future for the versatile defender, who is capable of playing on the right and centrally.

Tanganga has not been involved in Tottenham’s first three games of the season, as the north London club are actively looking for solutions before the transfer deadline. The significant interest has come from Serie A clubs, with AS Roma, Inter Milan, and AC Milan all keen on signing the versatile defender.

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   INTER MILAN VS SPEZIA PREVIEW: PROBABLE LINEUPS  TEAM NEWS AND PREDICTION

   INTER MILAN VS SPEZIA PREVIEW: PROBABLE LINEUPS  TEAM NEWS AND PREDICTION

Inter Milan will be keen to secure Scudetto glory again after falling short against arch-rivals AC Milan last season in the Serie A title race. They were, however, far from convincing in the season opener against Lecce and had to rely on a 95th-minute winner from Denzel Dumfries to secure all three points. A return to home comforts is on the cards, and the Nerazzurri will be aiming to treat their fans with a match-winning display.

Spezia have never defeated Inter in their history and will have a tough ask this weekend. I Aquilotti had the second worst defence in the Italian top flight last season and largely employed an entertaining brand of football under Thiago Motta. He was, however, replaced by Luca Gotti despite guiding the side to a 16th-placed finish.

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PSG, INTER FAIL ON SKRINIAR AGREEMENT

PSG, INTER FAIL ON SKRINIAR AGREEMENT

French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Italian football giants Inter Milan are yet to reach an agreement over Slovakian defender Milan Skriniareven after the latest meeting between the representatives of the two teams on Wednesday. Italian football media portal Sportitalia confirmed the latest meeting between the two clubs and that they have not made a breakthrough in the quest for Skriniar to leave Inter Milan for PSG this summer.

Italian football giants Inter Milan and PSG have been locked in talks for several weeks. As things stand, the two teams are still €10m in terms of valuation. Skriniar has already agreed personal terms with PSG and he’s waiting for the two clubs to reach an agreement for his transfer. Inter Milan officials are adamant that the Slovakia international won’t leave the club until their €70m valuation is met.

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DUMFRIES ON CHELSEA, UNITED RADAR

DUMFRIES ON CHELSEA, UNITED RADAR

Two Premier League teams are in the hunt for Inter Milan defender Denzel Dumfries this summer. This is according to the various reports in the Italian media. It has been revealed that it could take around €40m to sign Dutchman Dumfries from Italian football side Inter Milan.


Italian football giants Inter Milan are keen to balance the books and they were hoping to make this happen with the sale of Slovakian national team central defender Milan Skriniar, but PSG have not been able to meet the €80m asking price for the player. Skriniar has been linked with Premier League teams Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Chelsea in the past transfer windows. However, PSG are the only team in the running for the Slovakia international. Skriniar is likely to stay at Italian football club Inter Milan after the immediate past Italian Serie A champions lost out to Juventus in the race to sign Brazilian player Gleison Bremer from Torino.

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LEEDS JOIN MILAN IN MIDFIELDER RACE

LEEDS JOIN MILAN IN MIDFIELDER RACE

Premier League side Leeds United have reportedly joined Italian football club AC Milan in the race to sign Club Brugge midfielder Charles De Ketelaere in this summer’s transfer window. This is according to Sky Sports Italia transfer experts Gianluca Di Marzio and Fabrizio Romano. It was revealed that Italian football giants Milan will have to fend off the interest of Leeds United to get their man.


AC Milan are keen on signing the Belgian international star, but the €30m asking price is the problem for the Italian Serie A champions. At the moment, the Italian football giants are not able to flex their muscles in the transfer market due to delays in the club’s takeover and signing directors Frederic Massara and Paolo Maldini to new deals.

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SPINNAZOLA MAKES ITALY RETURN AGAINST ARGENTINA

SPINNAZOLA MAKES ITALY RETURN AGAINST ARGENTINA

AS Roma defender Leonardo Spinnazola made his return to the Italian national team during the Finnalisima clash with two-time world champions Argentina. The Finnalisima involves the winner of the European Championship and the Copa America.


Italian football enjoyed some sort of renaissance on the back of missing out on the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia after winning the Euro 2020 tournament last summer. The Italians won the tournament by beating the Three Lions of England on penalties after the two teams played out a 1-1 draw at the end of extra time. Italian football has dropped from the lofty heights reached by winning the Euro 2020 tournament after failing to qualify for the World Cup tournament in Qatar this year. At Euro 2020, Spinnazolasuffered a serious Achilles injury thus ruling him out for several months. He made his return to injury for AS Roma just before the end of this season.

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SKRINIAR: INTER KEEN ON NEW DEAL

SKRINIAR: INTER KEEN ON NEW DEAL

Italian football giants Inter Milan are reportedly keen to offer Milan Skriniar a new deal to ward off the interest of several top clubs in the player. This is according to the report from Italian football publication La Gazzettadello Sport which claimed that several English teams are on the trail of the Slovakian international centre back. It was stated that the Premier League trio of Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea are keen on signing Skriniar who has one year left on his current Inter Milan contract. His current deal with the Nerazzuri will expire next summer.


Skriniar has been one of the best defenders in the Italian Serie A over the course of the past two seasons. He was an important player for the Inter Milan team that won the league in the Italian football top flight last season. Skriniar and his Inter Milan side are in the hunt for a second successive league title, but they are not in the driving seat. AC Milan are in the driving seat with two more points ahead of the final league game for the two teams. Inter Milan are at home to Sampdoria on Sunday, while AC Milan are away to Sassuolo on the same day.

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MILAN COPING BETTER THAN INTER WITHOUT VETERAN TALISMAN

MILAN COPING BETTER THAN INTER WITHOUT VETERAN TALISMAN

Milan is coping better without its veteran talisman than Inter Milan. And that’s bad news for defending champion Inter heading into the final four matches of the Italian league season. Milan has had to play large swathes of the season without Zlatan Ibrahimović but dealt with his absence well, with the 40-year-old forward a constant presence on the sidelines, cheering and urging his younger teammates on.

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Inter played one match without its captain Samir Handanović and may well have seen its chances of retaining the title evaporate. The 37-year-old goalkeeper faces a race to be fit for Sunday’s match at Udinese, which has become a must-win game. Handanović, who had played all 33 of Inter’s previous league games this season, missed Wednesday’s rescheduled match against Bologna with a back problem and was replaced by Ionuț Radu.

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