Two Premier League giants are reportedly in the market for Robert Lewandowski, however, his current club isn’t having any of it. Bayern Munich has threatened repercussions from FIFA after Chelsea and Manchester United reportedly made contact with Lewandowski’s camp recently over a possible move to England. The 28-year-old goalscorer is said to be displeasured with the Bundesliga champions after having a falling out with manager Carlo Ancelotti towards the end of the 2016/17 season.
Stoke City insist there is "nothing" in speculation linking Xherdan Shaqiri with a move to Serie A runners-up Roma. The 25-year-old winger has been linked with Roma as a potential replacement for Liverpool-bound Mohamed Salah, who Jurgen Klopp's side have reportedly agreed a £39million fee for. "No, there is nothing in that," Stoke chairman Peter Coates told the Stoke Sentinel.
You might have heard, but Kyle Walker’s future at Tottenham Hotspur is a bit of an open question. Spurs’ first choice right back has been strongly linked with Manchester City, and recently has also been connected to a move to the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich. Amidst all this uncertainty over Walker, John Percy at the Telegraph reports that Spurs are ready to go into next season with Kieran Trippier, 26, as their first choice option at right back, and are set to offer Tripper a new five year contract this summer to keep him locked down with the club until 2022. The article doesn’t state what Trippier’s new wages would be, though with him supposedly on about £35k/week, it’s very likely that he’s