Manchester United transfer news
Manchester United bosses have decided to keep Zlatan Ibrahimovic on for next season in a deal that will cost the club £20million.
The Sunday Mirror claim Ibrahimovic has been offered mega deals from the MLS and China to quit the Premier League after one season at the club.
The 35-year-old is weighing up his options and could quit United if they do not qualify for next season’s Champions League.
But the report claims the Red Devils are disrepute for the Swede to stay and will match any contract offer made to him by a rival club.
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I’m not really happy with the weather, but that's not vital
Chelsea transfer news
Diego Costa has revealed he will never be ‘100 per cent happy’ at Chelsea and admits he doesn’t like the British weather.
Brazil-born Costa joined Chelsea from Atletico Madrid three seasons ago and could head back to Spain this summer.
He told Sky Sports: “It's not Brazil, it's not Spain – because as you know I went there from Brazil when I was very young so I spent quite a long time in Spain and I was used to living there,” Costa said.
“London is a nice city, where you eat well and it is lively but the weather makes me feel down.
“But I am happy here at Chelsea, the club has a different organisation to Atletico, things work well here, people give you all the support you need.
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“I know I'm not going to be 100 per cent happy anywhere, but I live well.
“I’m not really happy with the weather, but that's not vital.”
Costa is tipped to start against Manchester United in today’s 4pm kick off at Old Trafford.
Costa (left) could leave Chelsea as Ibrahimovic and Ozil (right) eye new contracts
Arsenal transfer news
Mesut Ozil will sign a new contract at Arsenal this summer, Express Sport can reveal.
Arsenal are desperate for star men Ozil and Alexis Sanchez to pen new deals before they enter the last 12 months of their current terms.
Germany international Ozil has demanded a pay rise that Arsenal are willing to match.
And the former Real Madrid playmaker will pledge his future to the club once the current campaign is over.
As for Sanchez, Arsenal are preparing to sell the Chile international after he requested a £400,000-a-week contract, which would shatter the Gunners’ strict wage structure.
Diego Costa almost left Chelsea for Atletico Madrid last summer
Liverpool are determined to keep Philippe Coutinho (right) away from Barcelona
Liverpool transfer news
Liverpool have told Barcelona they have no chance of signing Philippe Coutinho this summer.
Liverpool star Coutinho only signed a new contract at Anfield earlier this season.
But that has not prevented Barcelona from plotting a summer swoop for the Brazilian.
Coutinho’s international team-mate Neymar has already said he would like to see the playmaker at the Nou Camp.
But the Liverpool Echo claim Liverpool have told Barca’s bosses that their talisman is not for sale.