Manchester United have the next successor to a player who has frustrated Ole Gunnar Solsjaer, while Everton want a Spanish striker – all in the latest speech of Euro Piper.
SOLSKAIER READY FOR MORE
Manchester United Chief Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to use the ax of striker Anthony Martial for his inconsistent form, the report said.
The Frenchman, who has been at United for five years, struggled to maintain his highest level throughout his term. Indeed, while he scored 23 goals last season, he has yet to show signs of announcing a similar result this season.
The 24-year-old scored twice this term, but his most memorable moment was undoubtedly his red card against Tottenham.
Solskj гоr noted his belief in Martial and the improvement of the striker. According to Don Balon, however, that is another story behind the scenes.
A Spanish source claims that the Norwegian coach has “great doubts” in the form of the French national team player. Solskj .r cannot understand why Martial plays a brilliant role for his country, but he struggles to repeat it for his club.
This question allegedly “drives Solskj одr off his feet” and the manager is ready to see him leave. But before releasing him, Solskj .r will give the striker a chance to “change the bad dynamics” he is showing.
As for who would replace Martial, Don Balon adds that Barcelona footballer Usman Dembele will be his successor.
United have discussed a deal to loan the Frenchman to the recent transfer window as they seek to sign a new winger.
But after deciding not to bring him in, they went for a free agent instead Edinson Cavani to intensify their attack.
AND REMAIN FROM EURO PAPER DISCUSSION
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti wants to bring Luis Alberto back from Lazio to England in January (radio radio)
Chelsea hold talks with Thiago Silva’s representatives to extend his stay at Stamford Bridge (AllMercatoWeb)
Inter, meanwhile, are keen to sign Blues striker Olivier Giroud but must persuade Frank Lampard to sell (Calcomercato).
West Ham and Leicester have shown interest in Roma midfielder Amadou Diawara (ForzaRoma)
Napoli and Tottenham are interested in Mainz striker Jean-Philippe Mateta (Calcomercato)
But Mainz sporting director Reuven Schroeder says only an “embarrassing” offer will see the striker leave the club (Bild).
Sergio Ramos will still hear about offers from elsewhere, amid uncertainty about his future at Real Madrid (radio COPE)
Indeed, the Spaniard wants to know the prospects of the club before deciding to leave (radio COPE)
Rehn midfielder Eduardo Camivega sparked speculation by leaving his agent (A.S.)
Meanwhile, midfielder Luka Modric wants to retire in Madrid as speculation mounts about his next move (ESPN).
Barcelona midfielder Carles Alena says he feels like a footballer again after his appearance on Tuesday (Mundo Deportivo)
Barça youngster Oscar Mingueza also expressed his joy after making his Champions League debut against Dynamo Kyiv (goal)
RB Leipzig has a plan to beat Arsenal and Tottenham by signing in January Dominik Soboshlai (Football insider)
Rafael Benitez would like to return to Newcastle if the club succeeded in taking over (Guillem Balagu)
Borussia Dortmund striker Jadon Sancho says he went through a “hard” patch during the recent transfer window (DAZN)
Celtic consider buying Diego Laxalt from AC Milan over his impressive loan move to Scotland (Milan News)