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Manchester United keeps an agreement with Juve for Rabiot

 Manchester United keeps an agreement with Juve for Rabiot © supplied by Sofoot for fear of losing King CR7, United is looking for a Duke. The day after the inaugural defeat against Brighton at home (1-2), Manchester United wishes to strengthen in the middle. The club would also have reached an agreement with Juventus for the transfer of Adrien Rabiot according to Sky Sports . At the end of the contract next year, the French international is pushed towards the exit by the Turinois, despite the injury of Paul Pogba.

at BVB-Ziel The Juve bosses are said to be in negotiations with Barca. The Italian record champions should flirt with a loan plus purchase option. The problem: Depay's contract with the Catalans expires in 2023, which is why he would first have to extend his contract there in such a model.

Memphis Depay und der FC Barcelona könnten schon zeitnah getrennte Wege gehen - Juve klopft bei dem Niederländer wohl an. © provided by SPOX Memphis Depay and FC Barcelona could go separate paths promptly - Juve knocks on the Dutch.

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, according to the Spanish report, the talks have so far been positive, which is why one should be confident that the Dutch will soon switch to Turin.

Borussia Dortmund has also been said to be interested in Memphis Depay in the past few days.

The Westphalia are still looking for the testicular cancer diagnosis of Sebastien Haller for a replacement in the storm center. Depay's market value is currently 35 million euros. For the Catalans, he is considered a candidate for sales to save the salary.

Saudi Arabia Flirts with Iran and Israel As Biden's Peacemaking Flounders .
"Everything is possible when it comes to international relations," former Saudi Arabian Foreign Ministry official Salem al-Yami told Newsweek.Riyadh does not maintain relations with either nation, but parallel diplomatic tracks have the potential to transform not only the Kingdom's role in the Middle East, but the geopolitics of the region itself. Both paths, however, are lined with pitfalls that also run the risk of sparking underlying tensions among the three countries.

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