ZOUMA REPORTEDLY COMPLETES WEST HAM MEDICAL

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The rush to beat the deadline of the summer transfer window is still on and every club is trying everything they can to make sure that they meet their transfer objectives before the last day of the window. Clubs across the top and every other league in Europe and beyond are still trying to keep up with the dynamics of the window to ensure that they are not missing anything or leaving any stone un turned and it looks like that's how it's going to be for the last few days of the summer transfer market. One of the stories currently trending is the possible confirmation of the transfer of Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma to West Ham United.

RASHFORD UNDERGOES SUCCESSFUL SURGERY ON INJURY

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has confirmed that he has undergone his surgery successfully and has been officially ruled out of playing any official match for the club in the coming weeks. The England international star will miss the opening weeks of the new English Premier League season as he undergoes rehabilitation and follows up on the necessary procedures needed to recover fully from the shoulder injury that made him go under the knife. Rashford had long been playing with the shoulder problem and it was already reported from last season that he could be finally having the surgery before the start of this new season and that's what he has done.

EVERTON FACE HAMMERS THREAT FOR CORREA

Merseyside club Everton have a big threat from the Premier League in their bid to sign Joaquin Correa from Italian Serie A capital team Lazio this summer. Apart from Everton, London team West Ham United are also keen on signing the Lazio player as revealed by Italian news portal Italy24News who claimed that manager David Moyes wants to bring the Argentine winger to the London team this summer.

The interest of the Toffees in Correa was confirmed by Italian publication Calciomercatowhich said that the Toffees has the financial muscle to blow out any competition like the Hammers in the race for Correa. It was stated that Everton are ready to spend as much as £30m on the Lazio player.

EVERTON FACE HAMMERS THREAT FOR CORREA

Merseyside club Everton have a big threat from the Premier League in their bid to sign Joaquin Correa from Italian Serie A capital team Lazio this summer. Apart from Everton, London team West Ham United are also keen on signing the Lazio player as revealed by Italian news portal Italy24News who claimed that manager David Moyes wants to bring the Argentine winger to the London team this summer.

The interest of the Toffees in Correa was confirmed by Italian publication Calciomercatowhich said that the Toffees has the financial muscle to blow out any competition like the Hammers in the race for Correa. It was stated that Everton are ready to spend as much as £30m on the Lazio player.

UNITED CLOSING IN ON DOUBLE DEFENSIVE SWOOP AFTER SANCHO

Although Manchester United fans have already been appeased after their club finally sighed forward Jadon Sancho from German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund this summer, they would still want the club to continue bolstering the squad and bringing in more players in the next coming days. There were wild celebrations and widespread excitement among United fans online after the Red Devils finally broke the news that they had reached a gentleman's agreement with Dortmund for the Jadon Sancho transfer but the Old Trafford faithful will want the club to build on that success.

FERNANDES REACTS TO MATA SIGNING NEW CONTRACT

Manchester United confirmed on Friday afternoon that two of their players (a goalkeeper and a midfielder) Lee Grant and Juan Mata signed one-year contract extensions at Old Trafford and the announcement didn't get the attention of just the fans, it got the reaction of some of the players, especially Bruno Fernandes. The Portugal international midfielder took to Twitter to react to the official United announcement particularly about Mata's contract extension announcement and it has had fans reacting in their way as well.

HAS MARTIAL'S TIME AT UNITED COME TO AN END?

The summer transfer window is expected to be a busy one for English Premier League giants Manchester United even though they continue to remain quiet with their dealings at the moment. The Red Devils are expected to sign new players in order to close the gap between them and league winners Manchester City and they have also been tipped to let go of players who do not have the full ingredients needed for them to be genuine Manchester United players.

There have been a couple of names mentioned regarding the players the club want to sign, and names of likely departures have also been added to a separate list. Their priority signing at the moment is Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho and they have continued to chase the England international attacker after not being able to sign him two seasons ago as a result of the negative effect of the coronavirus pandemic.

CITY PLOT SUMMER MOVE FOR AGÜERO REPLACEMENT

With the English Premier League title already in the bag and a Champions League final ahead to be prepared for, Manchester City are already making plans for next season. The Etihad club will lose a veteran top striker in Sergio Agüero and there's every need for them to sign a proven replacement that can lead their attacking line for the next couple of years.

The Cityzens announced last month that the Argentine striker will not be renewing his contract and will be leaving the club as a free agent at the end of the season and since then, they have continued to be linked with a couple of strikers from top clubs across Europe. The first name appearing on the list is Borussia Dortmund forward Erling Haaland even though the German club announced that the 20-year-old striker will not be leaving the club this summer.

WILL CITY WIN THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE?

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has taken his City side to the semi-final of a Champions League campaign for the first time since he was appointed as the club:s manager, and there are high hopes within the club that he could well guide them to a title triumph this time around as well. In the previous campaigns, the Spanish manager had never gone beyond the quarter-final of the competition, with many criticizing him for being unable to go beyond that stage despite always spending huge sums on transfers.

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