Manchester United Eyeing Dominik Livakovic with £8.9m Buyout Clause

Manchester United Eyeing Dominik Livakovic with £8.9m Buyout Clause

According to Sportske Jutarnji, the Daily Mail reports that Manchester United is aiming to trigger Dinamo Zagreb goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic’s buyout clause of £8.9million. At present, Dinamo Zagreb does not want to pay the 28-year-old goalkeeper an annual salary of £1.1million, influencing his move to Old Trafford. In Chelsea news, The Telegraph reports that in the final stages of appointment as Chelsea’s new head coach, Mauricio Pochettino is negotiating directly and is not using an agent. Evening Standard says that Chelsea will meet with Inter Milan next week to talk about the future of Romelu Lukaku after his loan period at Inter, and potential signing of Andre Onana. Liverpool may be aiming to invest a substantial amount of their summer transfer budget on Inter’s midfielder Nicolo Barella, despite ruling out the possibility of buying Jude Bellingham due to Borussia Dortmund’s high asking price, according to the Daily Express via Sport Mediaset. Regarding players to watch, according to Spanish outlet AS, Barcelona may offload Brazil’s Raphinha, who Arsenal, Tottenham, and Newcastle have expressed an interest in, and Aston Villa have reportedly shown interest in Arsenal’s midfielder, Emile Smith Rowe, who is “disappointed” with his lack of first-team opportunities at the club.

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