BREAKING: Liverpool end interest in Virgil Van Dijk + Latest Transfer Update - Asdeen vibez

BREAKING: Liverpool end interest in Virgil Van Dijk + Latest Transfer Update

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*Paper Talk* + Liverpool and Van Dijk

* In a bad sign for Lionel Messi's hopes of reclaiming the Ballon d'Or trophy, France Football have shunned the forward from their Champions League team of the season.
Claiming the European Golden Shoe as Barcelona made the last-eight was not considered enough to oust Neymar from the 4-3-3 formation while finalists Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala were also selected.
Gianluigi Buffon has been placed in goal, behind a back four of Dani Alves, Leonardo Bonucci, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo, whilst the midfield was made up of Luka Modric alongside Monaco duo Fabinho and Thomas Lemar.

* Manchester United are interested in signing Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

* Barcelona are aiming for a £45m deal for Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin, 22, before the end of June.

* Diego Simeone could be heading to Goodison next season - to watch his son, Giovanni Simeone, who has been linked with a move to Everton by the Italian press.

* With Luis Enrique's departure comes an end to the lack of rotations within Barcelona's first-team squad with new coach Ernesto Valverde set to change the club in this regard.
His time with Athletic Club saw him garner a reputation as a coach who loves to tinker with his team and often made changes whilst Luis Enrique was labelled as the exact opposite.
Under their former coach Los Cules had twice been the club who had made the fewest changes per season in recent years with 20 substitutions left unused in the current season.
That followed on from 24 unoccupied changes during games in 2015/16, with the trip to Valencia that year seeing Luis Enrique completely ignore his bench for the whole 90 minutes.
In Valverde's four seasons with the Basque club there has only been one season in which he left any substitutions unused and this came in 2014/15 when he failed to use all three changes in only two matches.

* AC Milan have launched a move for Chelsea striker Diego Costa.

* Chelsea are considering making another attempt to sign Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci, 30, after missing out on Southampton's Virgil van Dijk, 25.

* RB Leipzig have warned Liverpool off a move for midfielder Naby Keita.

* Didier Deschamps urged his France national team players to congratulate Raphael Varane on his recent Champions League triumph, with Antoine Griezmann unwilling to take part in the applause.
Two days after winning the major European trophy the Real Madrid defender joined his national squad teammates for the preparation of World Cup qualifiers and the 48-year-old coach prepared a warm greeting for Varane.
While his teammates burst into applause upon his arrival, the Atletico Madrid forward didn't join the cheers.
Les Bleus will travel to Stockholm to face Sweden on June 9, before playing a friendly match against England on June 13.

* Cristiano Ronaldo has told Manchester United he will never return to Old Trafford.

* City want to sign four full-backs this summer, with England international Bertrand, Tottenham's Kyle Walker, 27, and Monaco's Benjamin Mendy, 22, all on their shortlist.

* Jamie Carragher has revealed the moment Daniel Sturridge pulled him aside during Liverpool's recent trip to Australia - to question him over comments made about his Reds future.

* Real Madrid's Champions League triumph has barely started to sink in yet speculation surrounding James Rodriguez 's future has already taken many of the headlines on Tuesday with Colombia coach Jose Pekerman suggesting that the playmaker has lacked support from Real Madrid.

* Emil Forsberg will not be leaving RB Leipzig this summer, the club's director of football Ralf Rangnick has insisted.

* Nacho Monreal says he wants to stay at Arsenal for the next three years.

* Sevilla are interested in Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi, 23.

* Romelu Lukaku is set for a dramatic return to Chelsea - three years after they sold him.

* Prospective Real Madrid player Theo Hernandez has been acquitted without charge after a sexual assault complaint imposed by a 20-year-old girl on Sunday.
Court Number 3 of Marbella has declined the complainant's accusations on the footballer allegedly trying to force himself onto the woman, whose testimony incurred to contradictions according to the judge.
Reporting the alleged incident, the accuser claimed that she and Hernandez were engaged in sexual activity before asking him to stop, as the former Atletico player refused to do so and a struggle ensued, throwing her from the car.
While the player, as well as several witnesses, denied the facts from the outset, he was informed by the court that the case will be filed without further charges.

* Southampton believe Virgil van Dijk has been "tapped up" by Liverpool over a record breaking move to Anfield.

* Arsene Wenger's decision to buy Mesut Ozil was "an insult" to youth product Jack Wilshere, says former Arsenal captain Tony Adams.

* Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told the Monaco forward he should only move to a club where he is guaranteed to play.

* Arsene Wenger is under orders to stop dithering in the transfer market and could move for Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette, Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez and Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar.

* Joshua Kimmich's late bicycle kick earned a second-string
Germany team a 1-1 draw against hosts Denmark in a friendly on Tuesday as the world champions prepare for the Confederations Cup in Russia later this month.

* Michy Batshuayi has admitted his future at Chelsea is out of his hands and that he is "expecting a few phone calls" in the summer.

* Liverpool are willing to meet the £52m asking price for Real Madrid playmaker James Rodriguez, 25.

* Jose Mourinho will take no part in negotiations over his £200m transfer targets after growing 'tired of football' in an exhausting first season at Manchester United.

* Olivier Giroud has warned he will not tolerate another season sitting on the Arsenal bench.

* Aleksandar Mitrovic is likely to become the first victim of Rafa Benitez's summer shake-up at Newcastle.

* The Reds will refuse to pay over the odds for Roma winger Mohamed Salah, 24.

* Championsip side Derby are trying to snap up Curtis Davies from Hull City after triggering his release clause following the Tigers' relegation from the top flight.

* It could be second time lucky for United in trying to sign Renato Sanches as reports in Germany say Bayern are looking to offload the midfielder.

* Manchester United hope to seal the transfer of winger Ivan Perisic, 28, for well below his market value because of Inter Milan's pressure to bring in £26m by 30 June to meet Financial Fair Play regulations.

* Manchester United will reportedly listen to offers of just £8m for Adnan Januzaj this summer.

* Manchester City have joined the race for Juventus full-back Alex Sandro.

* Fernando Torres could be set for a shock move to Mexican side Queretaro after it was reported he is in advanced talks over the move.

* Everton manager Ronald Koeman will be allowed to spend a club record amount in the summer transfer window, with the Dutchman also set to offload a number of highly paid players.

* Virgil van Dijk could help fund Celtic's move to land Patrick Roberts on a permanent deal due to a 10% sell-on clause in the Southampton defender's contract.

* Liverpool are set to miss out on Swiss defender Ricardo Rodriguez, who is reportedly flying to Italy to finalise a £15m move to AC Milan.

* Free agent Mario Balotelli will be a Borussia Dortmund player next season, according to the 26-year-old former Nice striker's agent.

* Brighton have ended their interest in signing John Terry after being frightened off by his wage demands.

* West Ham are locked in talks for £4m-rated Mexican winger Jurgen Damm.

* Manchester City included a buy-back clause for striker Enes Unal when they sold the 20-year-old to Villarreal, because they believe he has a part to play for City in the future.

* Wes Morgan has urged Leicester City to strengthen the club's defence this summer as well as buying a new striker to ease the burden on Jamie Vardy.

* Inter Milan legend Javier Zanetti has revealed Manchester United wanted to sign him during Sir Alex Ferguson's time in charge.

* Barcelona hope to get Brazil forward Neymar, 25, a Spanish passport to free up space in their squad for another player from outside the European Union.

* Real Madrid have reportedly cooled their interest in Chelsea star Eden Hazard, and now will go all out to sign Kylian Mbappe instead.

* Southampton have decided to sack manager Claude Puel after just a year in charge.

* Craig Shakespeare is still expected to be named Leicester City's permanent manager with talks between his representatives and the club ongoing.

* Roma legend Francesco Totti, 40, has been offered a trial with Serie B outfit Pescara.

* Manchester City are discussing a move for Southampton and England left-back Ryan Bertrand.

* Hector Bellerin and Olivier Giroud have both indicated that they could be open to moves away from Arsenal.

* Cambridge United beat Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Lyon to win a European trophy... at under-9 level.                       BREAKING: Liverpool Apologise to Southampton; End Van Dijk Interest.

Liverpool have pulled out of the race to sign Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk after a row with their Premier League rivals.

Reports earlier in the week claimed the Saints were threatening action over the Reds's pursuit of their player as they felt an illegal approach had been made.

It was claimed the Netherlands international had told Liverpool he wanted to join them without the clubs having opened negotiations regarding any transfer.

In a statement on their website, Liverpool apologised for any misunderstanding and confirmed they would no longer look to sign Van Dijk this summer.

"Liverpool Football Club would like to put on record our regret over recent media speculation regarding Southampton Football Club and player transfers between the two clubs," it read.

"We apologise to the owner, board of directors and fans of Southampton for any misunderstanding regarding Virgil van Dijk.

"We respect Southampton's position and can confirm we have ended any interest in the player."

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