Liverpool look like the big winners of the window as they have emerged as second favourites for the title behind champions Manchester City after doing their business early in splashing over £170 million on Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker and midfielders Fabinho, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri.
The French World Cup victor is wanted by Barcelona and is said to be keen to join.
They also say that he has NOT demanded the same wage of Sanchez, who is the club's top earner.
Palestinian leaders in Israel petition High Court over nation-state law
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Vice President Pence lays out plan to create Space Force
Without any new legislation and using existing authorities, DoD will establish several of the component parts of the Space Force. It leaves no doubt that the Pentagon is on board with the Space Force plan despite earlier reservations.
Israeli minister says Egypt bears equal responsibility for Gaza
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According to the latest reports from the Express, Mourinho had told his close companions at Old Trafford that he wanted to let Pogba leave the club this summer.
Although they are in the market for a centre-back, the Red Devils now appear to have withdrawn from the race.
However, there has been little other late movement from the top six clubs with Mourinho in particular frustrated at missing out on a host of targets to bolster his options in central defense.
When talking in a media session about Spurs' opening fixture against Newcastle this Saturday lunchtime, Pochettino addressed the rumours, saying: "We didn't receive (any offer) for any player". I just don't know, if I was an owner, I'm thinking, 'Well you've had a lot of money on these players, you don't fancy them. The amount of time he has spent injured over the past few seasons was enough to put United off any negotiations for the German.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has been one of the more outspoken critics of the shortened window with time running out for Spurs to make a single signing this summer. He said on Thursday that some of Paul Pogba, Ashley Young, Fellaini and Jesse Lingard may yet be involved against Leicester. "When you repeat 1,000 times that my relationship with my players is not good, it's a lie, repeated 1,000 times". I like my players and my group.