1. Juventus make Kean contract renewal a priority
Juventus have made a new contract for striker how to withdraw at w88
Moise Kean a priority, Goalunderstands.
The 19-year-old's current deal expires at the end of next season, and Juve are hoping to renew his contract before they have to consider a sale.
Kean has played sparingly for Juve this season, but scored in consecutive games for Italy over the international break.
2. Bayern complete Hernandez deal
Bayern Munich announced on Wednesday a club-record move to sign Lucas Hernandez from Atletico Madrid.
The full-back, who was part of the France's 2018 World Cup-winning team, has signed a five-year contract with the club.
3. PSG lead chase for Benfica midfielder
PSG are leading the race to sign Benfica's Florentino Luis this summer, according to AS.
The midfielder is seen as an answer at the No. 6 position, one of need for PSG heading into the summer.
Florentino has been capped as far as Portugal's U-20s and is seen as a future star for the national team after breaking through with Benfica this season.
4. Landing Ramsey a 'great coup' for Juve - Baresi
Juventus' signing of Aaron Ramsey has been hailed as a "great coup" by former Italy star Franco Baresi , who doesn't see the Arsenal man having any issues in adapting to life in Italy.
Ramsey is set to end an 11-year stay with the Gunners and make the switch to the Serie A champions when his contract expires in this summer. The midfielder has agreed a four-year contract with 188bet casino
the Italian outfit and will team up with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala, Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci with the Italian champions.
"I've seen him play. He's obviously a great player," Baresi told the BBC.
"I think Juve has really landed a great coup there and I'm sure he'll be able to adapt to Italian football."
5. City hopeful over Sane extension
Manchester City are convinced they can tie winger Leroy Sane down to a new contract.
The Mirror reports that the Premier League giants are looking to double the former Schalke starís wages and want to get a deal done before the end of the season.
6. Aribo will turn down Gunners
Charlton Athletic midfielder Joe Aribo will turn down Arsenal in favour of signing a new deal with the Addicks, according to the Metro.
The 22 year-old has scored 12 goals in 86 games for the League One side but manager Lee Bowyer says he is ready to commit his immediate future to the club from the Valley.
7. Sevilla eye cut-price deal for Andre Silva
Sevilla are hoping to permanently sign Andre Silva from AC Milan this summer for a cut-price fee of Ä25m (£21m, $28m) - according to Calcio Mercato.
The orginal price for the 23-year-old was set at Ä38m (£32m, $43m) including his initial Ä5m loan fee, but the Spanish club feel his performances this season do not reflect that valuation.
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season, after joining the club on a season long loan from Milan last summer.