Chelsea suffer Bellingham blow, Haaland update, Werner 'eyed by Real Madrid', Moyes signs new deal – transfer news

ERLING HAALAND is reportedly 'unlikely' to make the move to Chelsea this summer due to his hefty price tag.

And reports suggest that the Blues could be able to lose Timo Werner to Real Madrid after shock interest from Los Blancos.

Also in the capital, David Moyes has committed his future to West Ham by signing a new three-year deal.

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  • Kostas Lianos


    Arsenal are keen on signing Brighton star Ben White in the summer transfer window.

    That is according to The Athletic, who claim the Gunners may splash up to £40-50million for White after Euro 2020, where he is in action with England.

    The centre-back impressed with the Seagulls this past season with 39 appearances across all competitions under his name.

    The England international has also been strongly linked with a move to the top-four clubs, including Chelsea, in the summer

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    Chelsea are likely to be priced out of a move for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland, according to reports.

    Hakim Ziyech may also not be playing at Stamford Bridge next term as AC Milan are believed to be interested in bringing him to the San Siro.

    And there's a chance Timo Werner won't be either, with Real Madrid reportedly eyeing up a shock move for the German forward.

    Elsewhere in the Premier League, Manchester United's alleged bid to sign Jadon Sancho continues to gather pace, with Dortmund reportedly rejecting a proposed Ballon d'Or clause.

    The Red Devils are also believed to be interested in signing £68m-rated Saul Niquez from Atletico Madrid but face competition from Chelsea, Juventus and Bayern Munich.

    Donny van de Beek, meanwhile, could be on his way out of Old Trafford as Arsenal have reportedly enquired about the player.

    The Gunners have been linked with a lot of midfielders recently, with Granit Xhaka believed to be on the verge of joining Jose Mourinho's Roma.

    Mikel Arteta's shortlist is said to include Brighton star Yves Bissouma, Wolves hero Ruben Neves, Sassuolo star Manuel Locatelli and Argentina international Rodrgio De Paul.

  • Thomas Blow


    Crystal Palace will make a £15million bid for Chelsea midfield starlet Conor Gallagher as they close in on a new boss.

    The Eagles are keen on Gallagher, 21, for the second summer running and hope to put in an offer that would tempt Stamford Bridge chiefs.

    And that would then put Gallagher on the spot as he wants to stay at Chelsea and try to impress boss Thomas Tuchel so he can be part of his long-term plans.

    If Blues’ money men are willing to sell Gallagher that will mark his card and could push him towards his fan club at Palace.

    Gallagher showed he could handle the Prem in a loan season at West Brom.

    They won the chase for him when Palace took Chelsea’s Michy Batshuayi instead and were unable to buy or loan him at the time.

  • Thomas Blow


    Jesse Lingard has held a candid meeting with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and told him: My heart still belongs to Manchester.

    The 28-year-old spent the second half of the season on loan at West Ham, where he was such a hit that he went from Old Trafford outcast to an England return.

    Although the Hammers would love to make the move permanent – and the player himself still hasn’t totally ruled it out – he would far prefer to stay in the north west.

    And he told United manager Solskjaer exactly that when they had a frank meeting recently to discuss the striker’s future.

    Lingard accepted he had to leave Old Trafford in the short-term if he wanted first team football and was an instant success at West Ham.

    He hit nine goals in 16 games, won an England recall after two years and only narrowly missed out on a place in Gareth Southgate’s squad for the Euros.

    But despite also having an excellent relationship with Hammers boss David Moyes, he has admitted to friends his big hope is to rebuild his United career.

  • Thomas Blow


    The Duke of Cambridge has welcomed the encouraging news about Christian Eriksen, adding: "We are all thinking about him and his family."

    Denmark’s midfielder collapsed during their opening Euro 2020 game against Finland and received CPR on the pitch.

    Prince William, 38, is a huge Aston Villa supporter and keen football fan as well as president of the FA.

    He said in a Twitter message: "Encouraging news about Christian Eriksen, we are all thinking about him and his family.

    "Well done to the medical team and Anthony Taylor for their calm and swift action."

  • Thomas Blow


    Denmark captain Simon Kjaer was on hand to possibly save the life of team-mate Christian Eriksen by performing CPR on the former Tottenham star.

    After the Inter Milan star collapsed, ref Anthony Taylor knew something was up and immediately, commendably urged the medics on to the pitch.

    But Kjaer was not waiting around and his swift actions may well have saved the life of his team-mate.

    The 32-year-old AC Milan defender dashed from his position and pushed aside other players to immediately place Eriksen into the recovery position, clearly unconscious.

    Kjaer realised what was going on and worked to stop the 29-year-old from swallowing his tongue and then took the life-saving decision to start giving CPR on his stricken friend.

    Click here to read more

  • Thomas Blow


    Jude Bellingham is going to have a major role to play for England in this tournament, I am convinced of it.

    And while it’s very dangerous to compare players – especially when you compare them with top, top performers – I do think Bellingham has something of Frank Lampard about him.

    Click here to read Jose Mourinho's column

  • Thomas Blow


    The old-en generation are out to prove there is no substitute for experience.

    Some thought it was Madness to put money on Belgium for this tournament believing they had now gone ‘One Step Beyond’ after reaching the last four of the 2018 World Cup.

    Click here to read Neil Custis’ match report

  • Thomas Blow


    England's match with Croatia is set to go ahead tomorrow as Gareth Southgate's players sent their 'best wishes' to Christian Eriksen.

    Three Lions boss Southgate paid tribute to medics who rushed to help Eriksen, 29, after he collapsed in Denmark's opening Euro 2020 match against Finland.

    An FA spokesman said there was 'no suggestion' England's opening Group D clash tomorrow at Wembley would be postponed.

    Eriksen is now 'awake' and 'stable' after being rushed to hospital from the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, the Danish football association said.

    The Inter Milan ace is awaiting more medical tests, but reportedly FaceTimed his team-mates from hospital as he told them to finish their tournament opener after his distressing collapse.

  • Thomas Blow


    David Seaman believes that Jack Grealish is like former England team-mate Paul Gascoigne – but better looking!

    The 57-year-old knows all about playing in a home tournament, having starred between the sticks for England at Euro 96.

    Having seen Gascoigne’s impact first hand, Seaman believes that Jack Grealish could offer his country a similar spark 25 years on.

    Asked about whether the Aston Villa captain should start on Sunday afternoon, the 75-cap stopper exclusively told SunSport: "I would defo go with Jack! I love the way he plays, I love the way he makes the little passes."

    Click here to read Etienne Fermie's exclusive interview with David Seaman

  • Thomas Blow


    In the end, Finland won the game – not that anybody really cared.

    The result that mattered most was delivered in the emergency unit of Copenhagen’s Rigshospitalet.

    Christian Eriksen was alive.

    Click here to read Duncan Wright's match report

  • Thomas Blow


    The BBC has apologised after football fans slammed them for not cutting away after Christian Eriksen collapsed during Denmark's Euro 2020 opener with Finland.

    The former Spurs midfielder received CPR surrounded by his worried teammates – and the broadcaster continued filming.

    One viewer described the move as 'unacceptable' while another said the BBC had 'traumatised an entire nation'.

    The BBC has now said sorry after the flood of complaints.

    A spokesperson said: "We apologise to anyone who was upset by the images broadcast.

    "In-stadium coverage is controlled by UEFA as the host broadcaster, and as soon as the match was suspended, we took our coverage off air as quickly as possible."

  • Thomas Blow


    Christian Eriksen reportedly FaceTimed his Denmark team-mates from hospital as he told them to finish their Euro 2020 opener after his distressing collapse.

    It's claimed that Eriksen asked them to continue after telling them that he 'feels better'.

    The match had been halted just before half-time earlier in the evening, after Eriksen collapsed on the field of play.

    Upsetting scenes followed, as the midfielder received extensive CPR from the exceptional medical staff.

    With Eriksen having been stabilised and taken to hospital, Uefa confirmed that the match would resume at 7:30pm.

    According to AFP in Denmark, the midfielder was able to FaceTime his team-mates, while German broadcaster ZDF Sportstudio claim that Eriksen himself asked them to carry on.

  • Thomas Blow

    ‘I LOVE YOU’

    Belgium are currently beating Russia 2-0 in their Euro 2020 match.

    The first goal came courtesy of Romelu Lukaku, who had a special message for his Inter Milan teammate Christian Eriksen as he celebrated.

    The midfielder collapsed during Denmark’s game against Finland this evening.

    He required several minutes of CPR on the pitch but is now awake and stable in hospital.

  • Thomas Blow


    Celtic are planning to rival Arsenal in a move for goalkeeper Mat Ryan, according to reports.

    The Bhoys are considering their options at present but new manager Ange Postecoglou is reportedly keen on Ryan, having worked with the 29-year-old while manager of Australia.

    But so far there have been no talks between Celtic and Ryan, according to Sky Sports.

    The report states Ryan wishes to be first-choice keeper at his next club however, and that could dent Arsenal's transfer hopes.

    Ryan joined the Gunners in January on a loan deal until the end of the season.

    He made three appearances but kept just one clean sheet, in the away win at Newcastle.

  • Thomas Blow


    Luka Modric has slammed the ‘arrogant’ English media ahead of Croatia’s European Championship clash with the Three Lions on Sunday.

    The 35-year-old will lead his team out against England in the first of their three Group D games at Euro 2020.

    And the Real Madrid midfielder feels the overconfident nature of the England camp is more the case among the the media than the team themselves.

    He told reporters: “That arrogance is not so much related to the players but the people around them, some of the journalists and the commentators.

    “I haven’t really been following their media lately because we only want to deal with football.”

  • Thomas Blow


    Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin has sent a public message to Inter Milan star Christian Eriksen.

    The midfielder collapsed during Denmark's Euro 2020 game against Finland and required several minutes of CPR on the pitch.

    Eriksen is now awake and stable in hospital.

    Ceferin's statement reads: "Moments like this put everything in life into perspective.

    "I wish Christian a full and speedy recovery and pray his family has strength and faith.

    "At these times, the unity of the football family is so strong and he and his family carry with them the good wishes and prayers of everyone.

    "I heard of fans of both teams chanting his name. Football is beautiful and Christian plays it beautifully."

  • Thomas Blow


    Borussia Dortmund are reportedly set to extend Jude Bellingham's contract to 2025, in a blow to rumoured potential suitors Chelsea.

    The former Birmingham teen enjoyed a stunning debut season in Germany, earning a place in Gareth Southgate's 26-man England squad for Euro 2020.

    His amazing form has seen him receive interest from the likes of Thomas Tuchel's Champions League winners.

    But Dortmund are set to make such a deal far more difficult.

    Bellingham, 17, penned a deal to 2023 with the German giants last year.

    But his contract reportedly contains an option for Dortmund to add two years upon his 18th birthday.

    According to Bild, they will exercise their option to extend the deal to 2025 when Bellingham turns 18 later this month.

  • Thomas Blow


    Harry Kane has designed his perfect footballer using the attributes of some of the biggest names in the sport.

    The Tottenham striker may be the source of England’s hope for the Euros but he is still envious of his fellow professionals.

    And the attributes Kane has highlighted gives an insight into the strengths he wishes to add to his game.

    As quoted by respected Spanish newspaper AS, Kane shared the characteristics players would want to have, saying: “Pogba’s ability, Reus’s fantastic free-kicks, Saúl’s perfect driving, Piatek’s intuition and Donnarumma’s size.”

  • Thomas Blow


    Matt Doherty has defended Jose Mourinho and believes the players did not do enough to prevent his dismissal from Tottenham.

    The Portuguese manager, who is SunSport's football expert for the Euros, was sacked after 17 months in charge at the Tottenham Stadium.

    He won 45 out of 86 games and was let go just days before Spurs' Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester City.

    Despite failing to make Spurs better Doherty has sympathy for Mourinho, and suggests the squad let down their former boss.

    Doherty told Sky Sports: "He was only there for 18 months. If it was three or four years, it could be a different conversation, but we just weren't getting the results for him.

    "The manager is always the one to lose his job, but as players, we were the ones on the pitch and we weren't able to get the results for him, which was a shame because he's one of the best managers ever."

  • Thomas Blow


    Fabio Paratici has been confirmed as Tottenham's new managing director after leaving Juventus.

    The Premier League club are at the start of a busy summer which will include the hiring of a new manager, following Jose Mourinho's sacking.

    Tottenham have confirmed the Italian's arrival with his job description defined as 'managing and developing the club’s sporting operations at the club, facilities and footballing infrastructure'.

    Paratici, 48, told the Spurs website: "I am thrilled by this fantastic opportunity and I thank the club and the chairman for the trust in me.

    "Tottenham is one of the top clubs in the UK and in Europe with an ambitious long-term plan.

    "I will dedicate all myself to this new venture and look forward to working with the management team to write a new and hopefully successful chapter in the club history."

  • Thomas Blow


    Gini Wijnaldum has insisted that he didn't join Paris Saint-Germain over Barcelona for the money.

    The Dutchman revealed that the French giants were 'faster' and 'more decisive' than the LaLiga side.

    Wijnaldum elected to leave Liverpool upon the expiry of his contract, after five successful seasons at Anfield.

    And after weeks of of speculation, he chose Parc des Princes as his next destination.

    On his choice, he said: "We spent weeks negotiating with Barcelona.

    "But the club had not quite taken the step and Paris Saint-Germain appeared and were faster and more decisive."

  • Thomas Blow


    Uefa have confirmed Christian Eriksen is stable after collapsing during the match between Denmark and Finland.

    The Inter Milan star received several minutes of CPR before being transferred to a nearby hospital.

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    Manchester United target Kingsley Coman reportedly wants to quit Bayern Munich this summer.

    RMC Sport claim that the French winger has chosen to reject a contract extension with the Bundesliga giants because the proposed salary is too low.

    The report adds that Coman – whose current deal runs until 2023 – has been offered £10million a year to stay at Bayern.

    But that is still below the £14.5m fellow winger Leroy Sane has been raking in annually since his move from Manchester City.

    And Coman is said to be using his German teammate's salary as a benchmark in negotiations having recorded better stats on the field.

    The 24-year-old was also reportedly left upset by Bayern's decision not to award him the iconic No10 shirt.

  • Thomas Blow


    The match between Denmark and Finland has been abandoned after Christian Eriksen collapsed on the pitch.

    The Inter Milan star went down in an off the ball incident and received several minutes of CPR.

    He’s now been taken to hospital and there is no further news on his condition.

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