False Winger's take on transfer rumours: 19th May 2017
Debugging all the transfer rumours of the day
Welcome to today's False Winger's take on transfer rumours. The transfer season is fast approaching, and the clubs are getting even more serious is their negotiations.
Today's rumours are involving Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester United mainly with links from Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and more!
Here are the top 3 transfer talks of the day:
#1 - Dele Alli picks Barcelona over Real Madrid
Dele Alli is a talent. There is no doubt that he will be a target for a top club in the future but to link him with Barcelona and Real Madrid already is a crime.
Mirror claim that he want with Messi and not Ronaldo is just ridiculous. The same publication reported a few months back he is a huge Real Madrid fan and wanted to play for them soon.
He's still young and is just finding his feet. Why this English media hypes their youngsters so much, no one will ever know!
#2 - Real Madrid and Manchester City set to battle for Leonardo Bonucci
Bonucci has been a target for all the top clubs in Europe for the last 2-3 seasons. The Italian has been in fine form and the way he plays, every club manager would want a player like him in their starting XI.
Real Madrid's interest in signing the defender is true but Manchester City? Not right now. They were interested in signing him last summer, but now they have set sights on younger defenders.
talkSPORT are the ones reporting them. However, this is a rumour that you can ignore for now.
#3 - Manchester United enter race to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Aubameyang has signed for a club in China, has signed for Real Madrid and now is a target for Manchester United! All this according to The Sun.
Liverpool and Everton have banned the newspaper for making up a lot of false news. Balotelli and Sharapova have openly criticised their journalists in press conferences.
Isn't about time everyone stopped reading it? How some people still call these guys reliable is something I would never understand.