Latest Transfer News Roundup For Today, Thursday 13th 2019

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Pogba Should Settle His ‘Unfinished Business’ At United, Says Pires

As reports of Manchester United star Paul Pogba likely to move to the Santiago Bernabeu continue to swell, former France international Robert Pires has advised him to remain with United.

Pires disclosed that Pogba should ignore any move to Real Madrid this summer because he has “unfinished business” at Manchester United.

Pires, while speaking with The Mirror, said, “My view about Paul Pogba is that he’s a great player, but I also know that last season especially was very difficult for him.”

“A lot of people just talk about the transfer because Manchester United spent a lot of money.

“So maybe that was difficult for him to handle, particularly at the beginning. But for me, the most important thing is for him to continue at United.

“It is one of the best and biggest clubs in the world – and he has unfinished business.

“The reason United spent such a huge amount of money on him is that they believed a lot in Paul because he can be a real leader for their team.”

Brazil Star Everton Sends Message To Manchester United Boss

Gremio forward Everton Sousa Soares has sent Manchester United a message of interest to join the club.

Soares is interested in moving to the Premier League and preferably to the Red Devils.

The clubs battling for the Brazilian include: Manchester City, Manchester United, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain.

The 23-year-old, nicknamed the ‘little onion’, is one of the hottest prospects in Brazilian football.

He said: “I’m a player that’s always trying to get on top [of the opposition].”

“Cutting in from the left with dribbles and good finishes.

“Clubs in Europe have this style of play too and maybe I can fit in at Manchester United and others.”

Liverpool Welcome Manchester City Forward

Liverpool have finally completed the signing of Melissa Lawley from Manchester City Women.

Melissa spent two and a half year at City, making over 50 appearances at the Etihad.

The 25-year-old helped City win two FA Cups and a Continental Cup.

Speaking on her signing, Lawley told Liverpool’s official website that “I’m so excited to get back to playing football and enjoying my football again.

”When I first spoke to Vicky, she turned my head straight away. The plans and the visions she has for this club excite me.”

She added that ”Watching Liverpool at the end of last season, they finished on a high and I believe this squad has something special that I can add to and hopefully get Liverpool back to where we should be.”

Pogba Plans To ‘Go On Strike’ If Madrid Moves Fails

Paul Pogba is ready to go on strike at Manchester United in order to push through his transfer move to Real Madrid.

Spanish outlet ABC reports that frustrated Pogba is ready to go on an intending ‘strike,’ which is believed to be handing in a transfer request at Old Trafford.

Reports have it that if the plan fails, the World Cup winner will threaten to go on strike and refuse to report for pre-season training in order to secure his dream move to play under Zinedine Zidane at the Bernabeu.

Pogba had an underwhelming season for the Red Devils, is reportedly worth a huge fee of around £160m.

Juventus are also reportedly interested in bringing him back to Serie A but Pogba is determined to test himself in La Liga if he leaves United this summer.