Last updated 2 years ago | By Mirror
Manchester United are set for mega talks with Juventus over five transfer deals.
United are hoping to come away from a meeting with representatives from the Italian giants with agreements for Mario Mandzukic, Sami Khedira and Alex Sandro.
According to Calciomercato, a deal for Croatian star Mandzukic is unlikely but Khedira and long term target Sandro could give more of a success.
While Juve are still trying to whittle down a fee for Matteo Darmian and also hold hopes of luring unhappy Anthony Martial to Turin.
Full-back Darmian is valued at €20million by United, but Juve want a cut price €13m - with Jose Mourinho keen to get rid.
Martial's future is still up in the air though with the Frenchman unhappy at his game time last season.
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has agreed a new five-year deal at Old Trafford, writes Mirror Football’s James Whaling.
The Spanish international is set to end speculation surrounding a move to Real Madrid by committing his future to the Red Devils.
Los Blancos had hoped to lure the former Atletico shot-stopper back to the Spanish capital this season after a botched move in 2015, reports the Manchester Evening News. But United have been steadfast in their refusal to sell and are now set to be rewarded for their stubbornness.
De Gea was asked about his future earlier this week - but refused to commit one way or the other.
“I don’t think Florentino Pérez has my number,” he told El Partidazo de Cope . “I don’t know if I’ll be the goalkeeper at Real Madrid.
“What I do know is that I’m very happy in Manchester. What I want is to win titles, like every other player.
“There’s no lacking in winning titles there (United) - we have to improve.
“We are a big club, we are not here to take second place. We have to improve and make this club great.”
Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United have all registered Dries Mertens on their radars at one point or another over the years,writes Mirror Football’s Jake Polden. But none have made the move to make the Napoli midfielder one of their own, and he has remained in Serie A, where he found the back of the net 18 times last season.
It seems the price tag the Belgium international would command has put most clubs off, but according to reports from Italy, Mertens has a release clause of just £24million.
However, this is allegedly set to expire on June 15, report Napolista, meaning the Premier League elite have until midnight on Friday to get a deal for the player done.
After midnight the clause will no longer stand, meaning any potential buyer will have to negotiate directly with Napoli if they want to sign Mertens.
This could see his price tag inflate dramatically, and likely ensure he stays in Italy for the foreseeable future.