Transfer news LIVE: Pogba's Man Utd meeting, Coutinho to Liverpool, Arsenal bid rejected

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Posted Monday, June 24, 2019 by Dailystar.co.uk

Transfer news LIVE:

· Manchester United star Paul Pogba is expected to meet with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and tell him he wants to leave summer

· Liverpool have reportedly entered the race for Barcelona flop Philippe Coutinho

· Arsenal have seen a £15m bid rejected for Kieran Tierney - but will return with an improved offer

Transfer news LIVE: Pogba's Man Utd meeting, Coutinho to Liverpool, Arsenal bid rejected
Transfer news LIVE: All the latest rumours and gossip

United stars want Pogba 'sold'

Manchester United players reportedly want Paul Pogba to be sold this summer.

The wantaway midfielder is being chased by Real Madrid and Juventus at present.

United insist they want to keep Pogba beyond the summer.

However, according to the Sun, the player's team-mates don't share the same view.

The publication claims Pogba is well-liked in the Old Trafford dressing room and has earned the respect of his colleagues.

But while they believe the Frenchman is one of the best talents in the game, they feel it would be best for him to leave to avoid any further distractions caused by his unhappiness.

Leeds eyeing shock Buffon swoop

Leeds fans are in meltdown this morning after Gianluigi Buffon transfer links emerged overnight.

Buffon is looking for a new challenge after leaving French giants PSG.

Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera claims Leeds are one of the teams interested in securing a free transfer in the coming weeks.

Porto and Brazilian side Fluminese are also said to be keen on a move.

Transfer news LIVE: Pogba's Man Utd meeting, Coutinho to Liverpool, Arsenal bid rejected
Buffon to Leeds?

Pogba's pre-season meeting

Paul Pogba is clear in his mind that he wants a new challenge away from Manchester United.

And he is planning to tell Ole Gunnar Solskjaer exactly that on July 1st.

The Red Devils squad are due to return to Carrington in seven days' time.

And according to AS, Pogba has pencilled in the first day back for a meeting with the manager to tell him his desire to quit the club for the second time.

Transfer news LIVE: Pogba's Man Utd meeting, Coutinho to Liverpool, Arsenal bid rejected
Pogba is expected to tell Solskjaer he wants to leave

Transfer news LIVE: Pogba's Man Utd meeting, Coutinho to Liverpool, Arsenal bid rejected
Is Coutinho on his way back to Liverpool?

Liverpool eye Coutinho return

Liverpool have reportedly entered the race to sign Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho this summer.

There has been much speculation in recent weeks about a possible destination for Coutinho, with the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain all thought to be interested.

Liverpool were not believed to be keen on bringing him back to Anfield after their successful season without him last time out.

But, according to French news outlet Le10 Sport, the club are open to re-signing the 27-year-old.

Tierney bid rejected

Arsenal have had a £15m bid for Tierney rejected by the Scottish champions but are expected to return with an improved offer for the 22-year-old.

The Premier League outfit have also been rumoured to have offered four of their young stars in part exchange for Tierney.

Offering Carl Jenkinson, Jordi Osei-Tutu, Emile Smith Rowe or Eddie Nketiah could not tempt Celtic into agreeing to sell.

Celtic though are thought to be open to a deal for Tierney - but only if the price is right.

Perisic 'wants' Arsenal move

Inter Milan star Ivan Perisic is holding out for a move to Arsenal - but the Gunners don't look to be reciprocating the interest.

Perisic has been heavily linked with a move away from the San Siro in recent seasons.

Perisic is valued between €30m (£26.8m) and €35m (£31.3m), according to FCInterNews.

The Italian publication claims West Ham, Leicester and Wolves are debating launching a bid this summer.

However, Arsenal is Perisic's preferred destination should he leave Italy.



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