Manchester United players want Pogba gone

Manchester United players want Paul Pogba gone, City plan their business, Rafael Benitez set to leave Newcastle and Arsenal hold out for Laurent Koscielny. 

Manchester United players want Pogba sold 
The Sun leads with a story that suggests that Manchester United players have had enough of their midfielder Paul Pogba. The paper reports that the player is not unpopular with the squad, but they believe that his presence will hold back their preparations for next season. Rather than see another season go to waste they would rather he leave so that United can raise funds and rebuild with pre-season looming. 

City make transfer plans 
In stark contrast to the anti-success operation going on at Old Trafford, crosstown rivals Manchester City are plotting to improve on a squad that won the domestic treble. The Mirror claims that City believe that they do not need to go over the top on spending in the transfer window, but can tweak a few positions. Matthijs de Ligt and Harry Maguire have been identified as options for central defence, and Rodri will join from Atletico Madrid. 

Benitez set to leave Newcastle 
Rafael Benitez looks set to leave Newcastle United, according to the Mail on Sunday. He has been in negotiations with Mike Ashley to agree a way forward on transfers, but little progress has been made, meaning his contract is likely to expire at the end of June. Benitez would prefer to stay in England and be close to his family, rather than take up the offer from Dalian Yifang in China. 

Arsenal hold firm on Koscielny 
Laurent Koscielny of Arsenal
Arsenal are refusing to let Laurent Koscielny leave the club for nothing amid interest from other clubs in Europe. The 33-year-old central defender is attracting interest from Lyon, AC Milan, Rennes and Bayer Leverkusen, but he has a year left on his contract and Arsenal are not prepared to accept less than £10 million for the player. That could see Lyon turn their attention to Manchester United’s Eric Bailly, claims the Express.

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