Donnarumma puts pressure on PSG over competition with Navas

Mbappé, Pochettino, Leonardo … the hot issues for the coming weeks

After the formalization of its 10th title of champion of France on Saturday against Lens, PSG expects to live a turbulent summer, with several big files to manage. Between the future of Kylian Mbappé, the probable departure of Mauricio Pochettino, a workforce to be recomposed and a management possibly in danger, the next few weeks promise to be hot for the capital club.

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Donnarumma puts pressure on PSG over competition with Navas

Gianluigi Donnarumma, like Keylor Navas a few days ago, believes that “things must change” next season at Paris SG in the management of goalkeepers.

“With Navas, I have an excellent relationship but, as he also said, it has not been easy to live with, neither for him nor for me. Things must surely change”, assured the Italian goalkeeper in an interview with Sky Sport.

Asked about his presence in the Paris squad next season, the Italian was very clear: “Surely, yes.”

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Cruyff’s update on Frenkie de Jong’s future

While many rumors point to a possible departure of Frenkie de Jong and tensions between the Dutchman and Xavi, Barça’s technical adviser was very clear on this issue. “We are not going to sell Frenkie de Jong, he is a very popular player at the club,” assured Jordi Cruyff on Sunday after Barça’s defeat against Rayo.

The Spanish press gives a date for the decision of Mbappé

Marca reveals on Monday that Kylian Mbappé will not make any official statement on his future before PSG’s last match of the season in Ligue 1, on May 21 against Metz. According to the Spanish newspaper, Real Madrid remains calm on this file and is in regular contact with the entourage of the Parisian, at the end of the contract in two months.

Verbal agreement between Real Madrid and Rüdiger?

While Thomas Tuchel has confirmed that Antonio Rüdiger will leave Chelsea at the end of the season, at the end of his contract, Fabrizio Romano announces that a verbal agreement has been reached between Real Madrid and the German defender. If no contract has been signed, the discussions are moving towards the signing of a long lease. The Spanish club will not pay anything to secure the services of the Blues defender.

Manchester City have the advantage for Haaland

Unofficial spokesperson for Erling Haaland’s entourage, Jan Aage Fjørtoft said on Sunday that Manchester City was the Norwegian striker’s priority destination to date. Real Madrid would be in second position for the current Borussia Dortmund striker, under contract until June 2024 but who has a clause to leave this summer. Bayern Munich would also be in the race. However, nothing is signed with anyone currently.

Gabriel Jesus refuses to talk about his future

Author of a quadruple this Saturday against Watford, Gabriel Jesus is yet to leave for Manchester City. The 25-year-old Brazilian striker is announced close to Arsenal while the Cityzens would like to sign Erling Haaland. Asked about his future, Gabriel Jesus did not wish to answer: “Now is not the time to think about it. You expect me to say that, but it’s true. I want to enjoy, stay focused on my team, with my teammates, to fight for the Premier League.”

Marquinhos says he ‘doesn’t want to leave’

Guest of the Canal Football Club this Sunday, Marquinhos brushed aside the idea of ​​leaving PSG: “Today no, I don’t want to leave. At the beginning, I had a moment when I was interested (when he didn’t play a lot) but since that moment, I’ve always had my head here at PSG. My will is surely to stay. We know how it is in football: as long as you perform well and play well , you may want to stay. But sometimes things may change or the club may no longer want everything as we have already seen in the past. If possible, I would like to spend my whole life here. It would suit me very well. well and I would be very happy.”

Bayern: Lewandowski announces that talks will take place soon

Asked at the microphone of Sky Sports after the victory against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday, Robert Lewandowski spoke about his future, indicating that it was going to “soon something happen. The only thing I know is that there will be a meeting”, assured the Polish striker.

Borja Majoral back at Real?

Trained at Real Madrid and loaned to AS Roma, striker Borja Mayoral could return to Spain. According to As, the Italian club will not exercise the purchase option of 20 million euros. For his part, the Spaniard hopes to finally fully integrate the rotation of the merengue club, after numerous loans in recent seasons (Wolfsburg, Levante, Getafe).

Benitez criticizes Everton once again

Sacked by Everton last January, Rafael Benitez has again criticized his former club. In an interview for The Athletic, the former Toffees coach complained in particular of not working in good conditions.

“At first it was a massive project with the potential to spend money. That changed when we couldn’t sell players. It’s difficult when people have big contracts and nobody wants to buy them , so we didn’t have that option. We signed five players for less than £2m and we worked with what we had. Personally, Everton have been quite difficult for me. But as a professional, I “I was fully focused and I always tried to do my best. That’s the main thing. But I knew it was impossible to change the situation, so you have to face it,” said the Spanish technician.

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