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Leicester are reportedly set to enquire about £50million-rated Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez.
The Telegraph claims Brendan Rodgers is looking to launch a bid for the Spain international amid doubts over Kasper Schmeichel’s future.
Meanwhile, Sorba Thomas aims to complete his remarkable rise from non-league to Premier League star after signing a new three-year deal with Huddersfield.
The Wales winger, 23, committed his future – with the option of another year until 2027 – as he prepares for the Championship play-off final against Nottingham Forest at Wembley on May 29.
Elsewhere, Sadio Mane is reportedly reluctant to sign a new Liverpool contract due to transfer interest from abroad.
Mane’s contract ends in summer 2023, and he’s yet to pen a new deal.
But the Senegal forward could be on his way out the door if reports from Bild are true.
The publication claims Mane’s being swayed by PSG who are tracking the attacker.
In other news, Ollie Tanner, 20, is set to join Cardiff in a £50,000 deal from non-league Lewes.
Tottenham were close to snapping up the winger, 20, in January before the Isthmian League Premier Division side announced personal terms could not be agreed.
Also, Liverpool icon Divock Origi has agreed personal terms with AC Milan ahead of the summer transfer window.
That is according to The Athletic, who report Milan are increasingly certain of becoming Origi’s next destination when his Anfield deal runs out in June.
However, a contract has yet to be signed with the Rossoneri and a medical hasn’t been scheduled for the forward.
Finally, Kalidou Koulibaly has opened up on his Napoli future.
Koulibaly told Onze Mondial: “I would not cause an argument to leave the club. If I ever did leave Napoli, I would do it on my terms.
“There would be no argument and I would speak to the president. He tries to listen to the fans who don’t want me go and every time has asked for a fee that was too high.”
Newcastle, Man United and Man City have been linked with the defender.
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