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Decision day for Erik ten Hag next week

Decision day for Erik ten Hag next week

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Man United’s end of season review is set to conclude next week, and we wait for their decision on Erik ten Hag. For sure the review is on the manager… and also on more key topics.

Injuries are being discussed, also the transfer strategy from recent years, because Man United want to improve in many areas.

Of course, the manager decision is the key one.

We have to wait for the medical and contract signing, but the agreement with Palmeiras for €30m package is done.

There have been many other names mentioned in the media – Samu Omorodion, Rwan Cruz, Simon Banza – and we will see many links, but they’re not something really close now.

The situation hasn’t changed at Newcastle. They will try their best to keep their stars as Howe said.

For Bruno Guimarães, there’s a release clause and that’s it – Newcastle have no power whatsoever until June 23, which is the day when the clause will expire.

On any other player, it’s quiet now but things depend on the proposals as always.

The strikers’ market is slowing entering important weeks and things will happen in June, but someone who is not planning to make a move at least as of now is Raheem Sterling.

He isn’t leaving Chelsea and joining Jose Mourinho at Fenerbahçe, even if the Turkish club are willing to make very good investments for the Portuguese manager.

I repeat, there is absolutely nothing between Raheem Sterling and Fenerbahçe. Zero. No contracts ongoing, no negotiations ongoing, no talks.

We will follow the situation but everything is really quiet around Sterling at the moment.

There is something important happening around the future of Joshua Zirkzee, one of the most interesting and talented strikers in Europe and in the world.

He has two specific clauses in his contract. One is for Bayern to buy back the player for almost €20m and so they have this big possibility but they still need to agree with the player on that.

Joshua Zirkzee’s priority is to stay in Italy because he’s really happy there and believes that Italian football is a perfect step to continue his career after he did very well at Bologna last season.

So what’s going to happen guys? AC Milan are really advancing on this deal. It’s…

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