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[ Ghana- International] Latest news in the world of sports today Friday

Good morning to all our readers out there, it’s time to check out the latest sports news today…

West Ham have reportedly put off Arsenal by placing a price-tag of £60m on defender Issa Diop. The Gunners want to upgrade their defense line but they are not willing to pay the huge price for Diop.

Real Madrid star James Rodriguez is set to have a showdown talk with the club’s manager Zinedine Zidane over his future at the club after they denied him a move to either Napoli or Atletico Madrid who have both been keen on him over the summer.

AS Monaco forward Radamel Falcao will reportedly not be joining up with Galatasaray this summer.

Liverpool are ready to go all out to secure a move for Bordeaux striker Francois Kamano as they seek for a backup in their striking position.

West Ham are still interested in signing New York Red Bulls centre-back Aaron Long and they have triggered his release clause this summer.

Real Madrid have reportedly reopened their interest in Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek as they seek for an alternative option for Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.

Manchester City have placed a £145m asking price on Bayern Munich target Leroy Sane though the German side have denied being interested in signing the German International.

Sao Paulo have confirmed the signing of Brazilian star Dani Alves on a three-year deal which will see him be at the club until 2022.

Manchester United and Juventus’ swap deal for Romelu Lukaku and Paulo Dybala may not materialize as United are yet to reach a personal agreement with Dybala and that has put the transfer in jeopardy.

Manchester United have bidded £80m for Leicester City defender Harry Maguire and they may spend up to £150m in total this summer.

According to reports, Manchester United rejected the chance to make a move for Juventus forward Moise Kean and the 19-year old star is set to join Everton.

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