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Man Utd opened Kante talks

Chelsea are excited by Man Utd to open a transitional negotiation with the escort of N ° Goll Kante, it claims.

Blues want to bind Kante to a new contract, with the current contract of a midfielder who will be in 2021.

However, Caught Offside sensationally claimed that Manchester United came out of the crowd to talk about a potential transfer.

Caught Offside reckon United have opened talks with the player and are hoping to sign him.

Transfer Liverpool supported

Liverpool would be the perfect destination for Borussia Dortmund star Christian Pulisic, claims Paul Piner Mariner of ESPN.

"Let's look [Xherdan] Shakiri, "Mariner said of the target of the Reds and Chelsea. Shakiri was a little eyebrow eyebrow -" why did he sign Shakiri? "

"Shakiri can come in and out, he is not the most versatile of the football player. He obviously sat down and said:" Listen, pal, if you want to play in this team, you have to do A, B, C, D, E, F and so on ".

"And he is, everyone says that maybe Shakiri needs to get in line.

"If Pulisic should go to Liverpool, the treatment and the way Klopp puts his hand around the players, I think it would be a fantastic move for him."

Chelsea spend big

Chelsea chief Maurizio Sarri plans to spend more than 200 million pounds in January, while Blues threatened a two-year ban on transferring them.

FIFA recommended Blues to get a ban from four windows after an investigation into how to sign party players abroad.

Chelsea is ready to head to Manchester United and Citi to sign Brazil's 50-million-dollar defense attorney Alec Sandro, 27, from Juventus.

And they are on the verge of winning a $ 70 million race to land the wing of Kristijan Pulicic (20) from Borussia Dortmund.

Sarri can also return to his former Napoli club and pay £ 50 million to the right-hand player Elseid Hysai, 24.

They also want to refer to a 40 million pound purchase clause in a deal that central defender Nathan Ake entered in Bournemouth.

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