Football is back underway! Well, sort of.
But, anyway you know what is still underway and will continue to be so? Yes (Wilfred) indeedy, your
Inter After Lukaku (Shock) Without Paying the Full Amount Up Front? (Shock Horror)
Yes thats right, Inter would like to sign Romelu Lukaku. In other news, the Pope wears a pointy hat, anything after Shrek 2 was an abomination and Shkodran Mustafi is still crud.
Its almost laughable at this point, but Inter are becoming the Italian Arsenal. Full aware of the selling club's asking price, but doing everything in their power to avoid paying it as requested. Yep, this time Inter are willing to pay the
£40m will be paid up front, with the rest spread over the next 24 months, according to The Sun.
Misery Continues for Newcastle as Fabian Schar Offered to AC Milan
The expression of digging the knife in deeper doesn't apply here, because at this point it is the handle that is being forced further into Magpies' supporters stomach's.
Tuttosport (via Sport Witness) claim that Fabian Schar is one of a few players on Milan's wishlist and, while the report is rightfully questioned over it's legitimacy, Sport Witness also mention another report from CalcioMercato which states the Switzerland international has been offered to the Serie A side by an agent.
If that's the case and Newcastle want around
Idrissa Gueye Finally Set for Everton Exit as PSG Remain 'Confident' of a Deal
Its added that United remain keen along with 'other clubs', but few would look past this one getting signed, sealed and delivered in the coming days.
Eric Bailly Set for United Chop (if Maguire Deal Happens) as AC Milan Consider Swoop
Speaking of United, their continued efforts to prize Harry Maguire away from Leicester appearing to be reaching some kind of conclusion, and should it pan out as we expect, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will need to trim his defensive options.
The Mirror claim that should the Englishman join the club, Eric Bailly will be the casualty, with Tuttosport stating that Milan are interested in signing the Ivorian defender.
Phil Jones (who scored a goal this pre-season), Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo and first choice centre half Victor Lindelof will all keep their places should the England international come through the door. However, ask a United fan who they'd rather lose and I bet you it isn't Bailly..
Josh Onomah Set for Bundesliga Switch After Being Left Out of Spurs' Asia Tour
All aboard the Bundesliga train!!!
Deemed not good enough for the first team, Mauricio Pochettino has demoted Josh Onamah to the Under-23's, seemingly spelling an end the to his time in north London. Having spent the last two seasons on loan, it appears a move to Germany is on the cards, according to The Sun.