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Soccer Luka Modrid transfer: Were waiting for him with open arms Lopetegui slams door on Croatians departure - The Blancos manager attempted to end speculation linking the star midfielder with a move to Inter Real Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui has attempted to end speculation linking Luka Modric with a move to Inter insisting the Blancos will welcome him back with open arms. The Croatia star has been tipped to make a shock exit to Inter following his Golden Ball-winning performance at the World
Hello and welcome to the Manchester United transfer roundup for the day! While not many players have been linked with a move in or out of the club there are quite a few stories surrounding the Red Devils today.  So without further ado lets begin!  Matteo Kovacic had previously revealed his desire to leave Real Madrid due to not being able to stamp his place in the first team at the Bernabeu. During the World Cup it was Marca who revealed this news and now they come up with another report with a further update.  The Spanishoutletclaim that Kovacic has spoken to Julen Lopetegui and has expressed his firm desire to leave the club this summer in order to become a first-choice member for another team.   The meeting took place at Valdebas  Madrids training ground  where the Croat made his desire clear to the manager.  Earlier on June 23 Kovacic revealed to Marca that he wants to leave because it is difficult to be a starter at the club and he wants to play more since not playing makes him unhappy.  "I would like to play more at Madrid because I love football and being on the pitch" he told MARCA at that point.  "I know that at Madrid it's difficult to be a starter especially because I arrived very young.  "I understand the situation but that's why I think it's best for me to go to another club where I will have the chance to play regularly as a starter.  "It's an opportunity that I think I can have and I want it now."  "When I don't play of course I'm not happy.  "I've enjoyed these three years in Madrid hugely with incredible teammates winning trophies... But I haven't been completely happy because my contribution to all of this has not been the biggest and it's something I want to change."  Meanwhile according to a report fromKickerManchester United have made an inquiry to Bayern Munich about the possibility of signing a Jerome Boateng from the Bavarians in this summer transfer window.  http://bit.ly/2A2gP8G
Soccer Real Madrid transfer: Luka Modric & Mateo Kovacic will be happy to stay Julen Lopetegui - The Croatia duo have attracted offers from abroad but the new Blancos boss insists they will not be going anywhere this close season Julen Lopetegui is convinced Luka Modric and Mateo Kovacic will be very happy playing for Real Madrid this season after becoming the subjects of intense transfer speculation. Modric has been a vital cog in Madrids midfield over the last few years helping them to three successive Champions League titles. He also enjoyed a stellar World Cup campaign with Croatia inspiring their run to the final where they lost 4-2 to France and claiming the Golden Ball as the tournaments best player. Related Following the departures of Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo from Madrid reports have suggested other players are also keen to seek new challenges. Modric has been strongly linked with Inter while Kovacic who has already declared his desire to leave the Spanish capital is said to have attracted interest from Manchester United and Tottenham President Florentino Perez said recently that any potential suitors for Modric would have to match his750 million (670m/$870m) release clauseif they want to sign him this term and Lopetegui seems confident he will be able to call upon his and Kovacics services for the 2018-19 season. I answered thatthe other day Lopetegui told reporters when asked about Modrics future. The president spoke resoundingly and we do not have the slightest doubt that he [Modric] will continue to be happy playing with us. Article continues below There is nothing new. If I have spoken with Modric I speak with my players when I decide to but its private. [Kovacic] has trained with his team-mates as usual and there has not been the slightest problem I love him and we are delighted that he is among us. I believe that Modric and Kovacic are going to be very happy to play at Real Madrid. Related Posts: Soccer Luka Modric transfer news: Real Soccer Real Madrid transfer news: Kovacic Soccer Mateo Kovacic transfer: The clubs who Soccer Luka Modric transfer news: Luciano Soccer Luka Modrid transfer: The post Soccer Real Madrid transfer: Luka Modric & Mateo Kovacic will be happy to stay Julen Lopetegui appeared first on World Sport News.
Spain coach Julen Lopetegui has named his 23-man squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.  Lopetegui however omitted striker Alvaro Morata midfielder Ander Herrera and defender Marcos Alonso.  Spain is tied in group B alongside Iran Morocco and Portugal.  The 23-man squad announced on Monday by Lopetegui is made up of three goalkeepers eight defenders eight midfielders and four strikers.  The squad included: Goalkeepers: De Gea Arrizabalaga Pepe Reina  Defenders: Pique Ramos Azpilicueta Nacho Odriozola Alba Carvajal Monreal  Midfielders: Busquets Iniesta Isco Saul David Silva Thiago Koke Asensio  Forwards: Vazquez Aspas Rodrigo Costa.
Harry Kane receives praise from Spain as Spurs striker sets sights on Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi  Spain manager Julen Lopetegui told Gareth Southgate how fortunate England were to have Harry Kane up front as the Tottenham striker now targets the goal records of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. The revelation made by Southgate at his press conference at Tottenhams training base on Sunday afternoon shows just what high regard Kane is held in all over Europe. The Spurs striker has won the Premier League golden boot for the last two seasons and can claim alongside Romelu Lukaku and Alvaro Morata to be one of the best centre-forwards in Europe. So much so that Lopetegui who has Morata as his first choice for the Spain national team told Southgate recently he would love to have Kane up front. I was having some interaction with Julen Lopetegui at a game where he was commenting on how lucky I was to have Harry playing Southgate said. Kane may have started the season slowly for Tottenham but Southgate talked up his form now that he has three goals in his last five games. He has 10 goals in 20 caps for England now and Southgate said that he was targeting becoming one of the best players in the world and reaching the level of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. He's in top form but he's also got the mentality to want to be the best Southgate said. He knew this morning how many goals in games he had and also how many Ronaldo and Messi had at this point. He is driven to be one of the world's best. Why can't that happen moving forward? Kane turned 24 in late July and already has 125 career goals for club and country. At the same age Ronaldo had 137 but Messi had 203.  Southgate has been working with Kane for four years giving him his England Under-21 debut back in October 2013 and then taking him to the European Under-21 Championship in June 2015. He is confident Kane will continue to flourish under pressure just as he has been doing for Tottenham for the last three seasons.  I have every trust in Harry Southgate said. I've worked with him long enough from the Under-21s through and he'll deliver whatever the occasion. He relishes the occasions. You've got to have that drive and belief and that's what he's got. He had that when we weren't picking him in the Under-21s. He'd come and say: 'Hold on a minute why? What's the rationale?' I never minded that self-belief. He's doing that for Spurs and now in the biggest matches. The fact that Kane is so good and has only just turned 24 gave Southgate even more faith that he will get even better. We're still talking about a 24-year-old so there's still much more to come from him he said. Alan [Shearer] was 25 when he was top scorer in Euro 96. Harry is still in the early stages of his career.  And yet despite Kanes brilliance and the fact that Spain would love to have him Southgate admitted that England could not dream of comparing themselves with Lopeteguis side. On Saturday evening Spain thumped Italy 3-0 in a World Cup qualifier at the Bernabeu showing a level of performance beyond anything England could hope to produce. How could we possibly compare ourselves to a team who have Champions League winners throughout and who have a World Cup and European Championships under their belt Southgate said. We are a work in progress.  We have some players like Phil [Jones] who have won trophies but a lot who have won none. We have nowhere near the number of caps. But we have some exciting young players who can be really good going forward but will have to go through some of the hardships those Spaniards went through to get where they are. Real Madrid and Barca in the last four of the Champions League every year. None of our clubs have appeared in the last four of the Champions League for a long long time. So the big international experience is coming from club football as well.