SERGIO AGUERO is reportedly 'crazy' about joining Barcelona and willing to reduce his wage demands to push through a free transfer.

But despite a potential move having the board's approval, Ronald Koeman is said to be more keener on bringing in Memphis Depay.

Meanwhile Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus future appears uncertain after they lost 3-0 to Serie A rivals AC Milan.

And Harry Kane has been told by Alan Shearer that he should QUIT Tottenham in order to win trophies.

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  • Kostas Lianos

    PAY DAY

    Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero wants to join Barcelona in the summer like "crazy" and is even willing to charge less.

    But Barca manager Ronald Koeman prefers Lyon star Memphis Depay and will prioritise him if he remains in charge of the Blaugrana next season.

    That is according to Mundo Deportivo, who hint that talks with Memphis are advanced as the winger is looking for a house in the Catalan capital.

    However, the same report suggests that a deal with Aguero will become a lot more possible if Lionel Messi stays at the club

  • Kostas Lianos

    RONALDO SITUATION

    Cristiano Ronaldo looks likely to miss out on Champions League football for the first time in 19 years.

    Juventus are fifth in the Serie A table, which means they need to win all of their remaining three fixtures and hope either Napoli, AC Milan or Atalanta drop points.

    Reports have suggested Ronaldo is keen to leave Turin in the summer but nothing is set in stone yet.

    But Juventus managing director Fabio Paratici insisted earlier this year that the club would be "holding on to him," despite his recent struggles on the pitch

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  • William Pugh

    GOOD MORNING FOOTBALL FANS

    Fulham were relegated from the Premier League on Monday night after a 2-0 defeat to Burnley.

    Ashley Westwood and Chris Wood struck in a convincing first-half display for the Clarets at Craven Cottage to seal their safety.

    It means all three relegation places are confirmed with three games to go.

    Elsewhere, Edinson Cavani has put pen to paper on a new one-year deal with Manchester United.

    The striker has been in blistering form in recent weeks and ended speculation of a move to Boca Juniors with the confirmation on Monday.

    He said: “I have been touched with how much the supporters have wanted me to stay, and I will give everything to bring them happiness and joy with my performances on the field.”

    On a sour note for the club, SunSport expect Harry Maguire to miss the rest of the Premier League season.

    The race is on for the United captain to reach the Europa League final while the Red Devils await the results of an ankle scan.

    And Premier League games will welcome up to 10,000 supporters inside stadiums for the final two rounds of fixtures.

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed the news as lockdown restrictions continue to ease from May 17.

    The penultimate set of Prem fixtures includes a potential top-four decider between Leicester and Chelsea while Man City fans will likely see their future champions at home to Everton on the final day.

  • Marc Mayo

    ED SCREWED ON

    Edinson Cavani has signed a new one-year Manchester United deal – ending the club’s plans for a new striker, writes Martin Blackburn.

    United moved quickly to seal another 12 months as mega-money moves for Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland look increasingly difficult.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s hunt for a new forward looks to have been put on hold for the next 12 months.

    Spurs are understood to be unwilling to let England captain Kane move to a Premier League rival — even if the star made it clear he wanted to move. 

    And a move for Dortmund forward Haaland comes at a huge price, agents fees and demands that United are currently not willing to meet.

  • Marc Mayo

    BLADE RUNNER

    Slavisa Jokanovic has been sounded out about taking over from Chris Wilder as Sheffield United manager, writes Michael Morgan.

    The relegated Blades have invited the former Watford and Fulham boss for talks after plans to appoint Oostende’s Alexander Blessin and Bramall Lane caretaker chief Paul Heckingbottom backfired.

    A move for German Blessin, 47, hit the buffers because he doesn’t fulfil the requirements to be granted a work permit.

    And Heckingbottom, 43, has now become an outsider in the race to replace Wilder because Blades bigwigs have concerns over his ability after winning only one of his eight games in temporary charge so far. 

    Jokanovic, 52, wants to work in England again following a successful stint in Qatar, where he led Al-Gharafa into the qualifying rounds of the AFC Champions League.

  • Marc Mayo

    FULL REPORT

    Catch all the action from Burnley's win that relegates Fulham with Tom Barclay's match report.

    Read the full rundown here.

  • Marc Mayo

    RECORD

    It's a Premier League first to have the three relegation spots confirmed with three games to go.

    Aside from a short burst from Fulham, it's been a real formality for much of the season – a real shame (unless you're a Southampton, Brighton, Newcastle, Burnley or Arsenal fan…).

  • Marc Mayo

    FULHAM RELEGATED

    Full-time at Craven Cottage and Fulham's one-season stay in the Premier League is over.

    Scott Parker's side have officially dropped back to the Championship after a 2-0 defeat to Burnley.

    Ashley Westwood and Chris Wood struck in the first-half as the Clarets secured their own safety – another fantastic feat for Sean Dyche.

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  • Marc Mayo

    COMMENT

    SunSport's Dave Kidd has called on Leicester to beat the 'snakes' of the European Super League and qualify for next season's Champions League.

    Read his full column here.

  • Marc Mayo

    PORT OF CALL

    Danny Pugh has left his role as Port Vale first-team coach.

    The former Leeds and Stoke player had taken interim charge of the League Two side earlier in the season but is now set for pastures new.

  • Marc Mayo

    FULHAM'S FIGHT

    An hour gone at Craven Cottage and Fulham need at least a point to keep their survival hopes alive…

    Burnley lead 2-0 after Ashley Westwood's opener and this Chris Wood goal.

  • Marc Mayo

    NEW DEALS

    Two League One clubs have wrapped up new contracts for their managers.

    Portsmouth have signed up Danny Cowley and brother Nicky, his assistant, to long-term deals.

    And Cambridge, promoted from League Two, have confirmed a fresh three-year deal for Mark Bonner.

  • Marc Mayo

    GOAL AT FULHAM

    Chris Wood doubles Burnley's advantage!

    Again, the visitors win possession and head straight for goal, the striker controlled a bouncing ball with a fierce volley into the top corner.

    Can't say they haven't deserved it… and Fulham are heading down.

  • Marc Mayo

    GOAL AT FULHAM

    Burnley have been well on top and Ashley Westwood puts them 1-0 up on 35 minutes.

    A quick counter sees Matej Vydra beat his man and tee up the midfielder for a smart finish.

  • Marc Mayo

    FIT AS A FIDEL

    Liverpool youngster Fidel O’Rourke has agreed a new long-term contract with the club.

    The forward has played 19 times for the Reds Under-23s in their Premier League 2 campaign.

  • Marc Mayo

    LEY OF THE LAND

    Leyton Orient have confirmed their intention to hire a new manager following Jobi McAnuff’s playing retirement.

    The winger has hung up his boots after a spell as player-manager and a new appointment is being eyed in the ‘coming weeks’.

  • Marc Mayo

    KICK-OFF AT THE COTTAGE

    A big clash at the bottom of the Premier League is up and running between Fulham and Burnley. We'll be keeping you up to date with the major goings on here.

    Fulham XI: Areola, Tete, Andersen, Adarabioyo, Robinson, De Cordova-Reid, Lemina, Anguissa, Cavaleiro Lookman, Mitrovic.

    Burnley XI: Pope; Taylor, Mee, Tarkowski, Lowton; McNeil, Westwood, Cork, Brownhill; Wood, Vydra.

  • Marc Mayo

    EXCLUSIVE

    Harry Maguire looks set to miss Manchester United’s final four Premier League games in his race against time to be fit for the Europa League final, writes Charlie Wyett.

    The United skipper, although hopeful of being fit for the Villarreal clash, is awaiting the results of an ankle scan after suffering an ankle injury in Sunday’s 3-1 win at Aston Villa

    Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will do everything possible to get Maguire ready for the May 26 final against the Spanish side in Poland.

    And this means Maguire will miss tonight’s home game with former club Leicester and Thursday’s clash with Liverpool.

    He is also unlikely to feature against Fulham next Tuesday or Wolves on the final day of the season on May 23.

    Maguire is determined to win his fitness race but if the scan results show a problem, he will have to ensure he is ready for Euro 2020.

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  • Marc Mayo

    WOOD YOU KINDLY?

    League One champions Hull have signed up academy talent Harry Wood to a new two-year deal.

    The midfielder made his debut for the club against Charlton on the weekend.

  • Marc Mayo

    TORR-N APART

    Boca Juniors are still yet to make an official move for Lucas Torreira, despite strongly being linked with a move for the Arsenal outcast.

    According to Libertad Digital, Sevilla and Inter Milan are pushing forward with their interest in the Atletico Madrid loanee.

    But his previous pleas to sign for boyhood club Boca appear to have fallen on deaf ears.

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  • Marc Mayo

    JACK IT IN

    Jack Grealish’s agent Jonathan Barnett has insisted Manchester United are not at the front of the queue to sign the Aston Villa star.

    The injured playmaker was previously strongly linked with Old Trafford and could be a target once again this summer.

    But Barnett told SNTV: “The truth is we don't know [what will happen]. 

    “There are many [interested] clubs and I wouldn't put Manchester United at the top of that.

    "But he could stay. He could stay as well so it's a conversation the club, Aston Villa, will have with Jack and ourselves then we'll see where we go."

  • Marc Mayo

    WHAM BAM

    Liverpool have been linked with a swoop for Patrick Bamford – but they will have to pay more than expected after the Leeds star’s secret new deal.

    The 27-year-old striker has shone in the Premier League this term for Marcelo Bielsa’s side despite his previous poor spells at Crystal Palace, Norwich, Burnley and Middlesbrough.

    The Athletic have claimed his performances ‘have not gone unnoticed’ by ‘several clubs’, with Liverpool ‘believed to admire’ him.

    Bamford’s contract was widely-thought to be expiring at Elland Road next summer – which could have increased pressure to sell him at the end of the current campaign.

    However, the publication claims the former Chelsea ace has actually penned a 12-month extension LAST YEAR.

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  • Marc Mayo

    LIVE TONIGHT

    A huge clash in the relegation battle tonight as Fulham host Burnley.

    The Cottagers need to avoid defeat to keep alive their survival hopes – with a draw almost certainly not enough as well.

    That clash kicks off at 8pm on Sky Sports.

    Meanwhile, in LaLiga, Real Betis host Granada on Premier Sports with both clubs aiming for a Europa League spot for next season.

  • Marc Mayo

    CAM ON NOW

    Arsenal, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich target has insisted he is not yet decided on his plans for next season.

    The Rennes star, 18, is out of contract in 2022 and hotly-tipped to make a big move this summer.

    He told Telefoot: "It makes you feel flattered and it is nice that teams like Real Madrid or Bayern are interested in your situation, I'm not going to lie.

    "But I have not yet decided with my family what I will do."

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  • Marc Mayo

    KWIK-E-MART

    Barcelona could be alerted by reports of Inter Milan being willing to sell Lautaro Martinez.

    Italian daily Corriere della Sera claim the Serie A champions are seeking fresh pay cuts amid their crumbling finances.

    And Blaugrana target Martinez has reportedly been eyed as an ideal candidate, alongside Alessandro Bastoni, to be sold for a big profit.

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