Neymar's Cristiano Ronaldo PSG transfer plea, Aguero 'crazy' about joining Barcelona, Chelsea Pjanic and Jorginho SWAP

NEYMAR has spoken out after signing a new contract with PSG, by saying he wants to play with Cristiano Ronaldo.

Meanwhile Sergio Aguero reportedly wants a move to Barcelona this summer – but boss Ronald Koeman is keen to bag former Man Utd man Memphis Depay.

And a mooted swap deal between Chelsea's Jorginho and Miralem Pjanic could be back on after the Bosnian's stuttering season at Barcelona.

Finally, Man City are celebrating after Leicester's win at Man Utd confirmed them as Premier League champions.


Follow ALL of the latest news and updates below…

  • Thomas Blow


    Thomas Tuchel knows exactly which player rotation caused Chelsea's loss to Arsenal.

    The Blues lost 1-0 at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday and the German blamed himself and the line up he picked after the game.

    He said: "I am not happy with my line-up. There were too many changes and I should not have done it like this.

    "It was something in particular but I don't want to tell you."

  • William Pugh


    Chelsea suffered a shock home defeat to Arsenal last night as Emile Smith Rowe's goal gave the Gunners a 1-0 victory at Stamford Bridge.

    The goal came from an awful backpass by Jorginho which left keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga scrambling to claw the ball off his line, before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang pulled it back for Smith Rowe to sweep home.

    It was a result that just about keeps Mikel Arteta's side in with a shout of Europa League qualification.

    And after the match the Spaniard remained positive about his team despite what has been a very challenging season.

    He said: "It’s been a really tough season because we’ve faced something unprecedented in the outside world and in this football club.

    "But we put all our passion, our energy, our knowledge and our togetherness to get through any obstacle and try to be as good as we can."

    Meanwhile, Thomas Tuchel said: "For me, maybe it was too many changes from the last match, and I take responsibility for that.

    "Maybe it is a wake-up call for all of us."

    Elsewhere in Europe, Atletico Madrid took a major step towards the LaLiga title with a narrow 2-1 win over Real Sociedad.

    Diego Simeone's side are now just two victories away from beating Real Madrid and Barcelona to the domestic crown.

    There were also some big results in Serie A as Atalanta, Milan and Napoli all won to keep Juventus out of the Champions League qualification places with two games remaining.

  • Dylan Terry


    So, a surprising night of Premier League action as Arsenal beat Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge.

    Elsewhere, Atletico Madrid take a giant step towards the LaLiga title with a win over Real Sociedad.

    That's all for tonight folks. Join us tomorrow for another big day of action as Manchester United host Liverpool.

    Credit: AFP
  • Dylan Terry


    Jurgen Klopp has called Manchester United’s fixture pile-up CRIMINAL and backed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for resting his stars.

    The United boss made ten changes as they lost 2-1 against Leicester, making it tougher for Liverpool to finish in the top four.

    Ahead of tomorrow’s clash at United, Reds boss Klopp said: “Playing Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday is a crime.

    Klopp said: “If we do not make it into the Champions League, it will not be the fault of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer or his players.

    “It will be our fault because even in this season, in which we have had so many injuries, we really should have been five or six points better than we are.

    “I know Ole made ten changes but I would have done the same thing — I expected him to do that.

    “This is the end of a long season already and then you get Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and it’s just not right. So it is not the fault of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, even if it means we now need to get a few favours if we are going to make the top four.”

  • Dylan Terry


    Liverpool defender Ozan Kabak looks set to miss their match against Manchester United tomorrow night.

  • Dylan Terry


    Arsenal have shocked Chelsea with a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge. Emile Smith Rowe scored the only goal of the game after a horror backpass from Jorginho in the first half.

    The Gunners move into eighth place in the Premier League table. Chelsea's spot in the top four remains a little uneasy.

  • Dylan Terry


    Chelsea have just hit the bar twice in the final minute of normal time against Arsenal. The Gunners are clinging on.

  • Dylan Terry


    Atletico Madrid currently lead Real Sociedad 2-0 in LaLiga and are extending their lead to four points at the top of the table.

    Real Madrid will still have a game in hand, but Atleti would be just two wins away from the title.

    The victory would also essentially end Barcelona's slim chances of winning the title after they drew 3-3 with Levante last night.

  • Dylan Terry


    Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has given an update on Jack Grealish's injury and it's not really what his club side or England will want to hear.

  • Dylan Terry


    Christian Pulisic has just had the ball in the back of the net for Chelsea but he was clearly offside before bundling home from two yards. May have used an arm as well.

    How the assistant referee did not see that offside I'll never know. VAR rule it out anyway.

  • Dylan Terry


    Chelsea are the favourites to win next season's Premier League title following Thomas Tuchel's rapid start at the club, says Michael Essien.

    The Ghanaian told Ladbrokes: "I'm going to say Chelsea win the league next season, based on how good they've looked since Thomas Tuchel has taken over.

    "They're my first choice for the title, then it's obviously going to be Man United, Liverpool and Man City who will be right up there with them.

    "With the players Thomas Tuchel has got at his disposal, I think he's got all the tools needed to challenge for the title next season.

    "If you look from the goalkeepers to the forwards, they've got big names all over the pitch. They've got it all.

    "I love the fact that they've got Thiago Silva at the back, his experience really is vital to that team and he's such a great name the younger players in the squad can learn from.

    "I love the fact that they've got Thiago Silva at the back, his experience really is vital to that team and he's such a great name the younger players in the squad can learn from."

  • Dylan Terry


    Inter Milan are currently beating Roma 2-1 with 20 minutes to play.

    Brozovic and Vecino have scored the goals for Antonio Conte's side, cancelling out Mkhitarayan's strike.

  • Dylan Terry


    Arsenal take a surprise lead into half-time at Stamford Bridge after frustrating Chelsea for the first 45 minutes.

    Chelsea gifted the Gunners the opener following a shocking backpass from Jorginho, with Emile Smith Rowe finishing it off for the visitors.

  • Dylan Terry


    Manchester United, Real Madrid and now Juventus.

  • Dylan Terry


    Here is the goal that separates Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.

  • Dylan Terry


    Eddie Howe is reported to be finally set to be the new Celtic manager.

    The 43-year-old has been linked with the Parkhead vacancy for several weeks.

    And now talkSPORT claims he will soon be confirmed as their next boss.

    Celtic have been looking for a replacement for Neil Lennon since he left the club in February.

    Howe has been out of work since he left his job at Bournemouth following last season’s relegation from the Premier League.

  • Dylan Terry


    A horrific backpass from Jorginho sees Kepa claw the ball out just in front of the goal line, but Aubameyang recovers the ball for Smith Rowe to bundle it home from close range.

  • Dylan Terry


    We are underway at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea vs Arsenal.

  • Dylan Terry


    And here is Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel's preview of the match.

  • Dylan Terry


    Mikel Arteta's thoughts ahead of tonight's London derby between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.

  • Dylan Terry


    Monaco have reportedly joined Tottenham in the quest to snap up Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng on a free transfer.

    The 32-year-old will depart the Allianz Arena after ten successful years at the end of the season when his contract expires.

    Spurs are understood to be desperate to sign the World Cup winner with the club said to be in pole position to sign him.

    And it has been claimed that the former Manchester City man would be willing to make the move to North London.

    Tottenham have already 'made inquiries' about Boateng who won the FA Cup in his only season in England in 2011.

    But according to Sport Bild, Spurs are now facing competition from Ligue 1 side Monaco to secure his services.

  • Dylan Terry


    Harry Maguire is now looking a major doubt for Manchester United’s Europa League final and the Euros due to his ankle ligament injury.

    Whn asked whether he will be fit for the clash with Villarreal, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “The good news is it wasn’t broken, there was no fracture, but a ligament injury is serious.

    “If I’m very positive that is maybe stretching it, I’m hopeful he might be ready for it.

    “I don’t think he’ll play in the league again but we’ll do everything we can to get him ready for the final.

    “You always try to look after players long-term, if he’s fit he’ll play for us, if he’s not, he won’t.

    “We’re hopeful he’s ready and if he’s ready for us he’ll be ready for the Euros.”

  • Dylan Terry


    The Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea on May 29 is set to be moved from Istanbul to Porto.

    Sky Sports journalist Fabrizio Romano and TVI – who own the television broadcasting rights of the Champions League – have both reported the change of location.

  • Dylan Terry


    Thomas Tuchel has paid tribute to Frank Lampard for 'laying the foundations' of his successful start to life at Chelsea.

    He told reporters: "Frank had an amazing record in the group stage of the Champions League, won all the FA Cup games.

    "He's laid the foundation to get us to finals and we don't feel ashamed or have any fear to say that out loud. It felt like that on the first day.

    "I am aware Frank created his own legacy as a player and made it bigger as a coach.

    "We stepped in halfway through the season and tried to fulfil the job he had begun."

    "Frank resembles everything you think about Chelsea. You think about Frank Lampard, the way he is, how he played football… This shows his character and the message he sent was a pleasure to receive."

  • Dylan Terry


    Thiago Silva is reportedly set to extend his Chelsea contract for another year.

    Thomas Tuchel is eager for Silva to agree fresh terms with the Blues after a stellar debut season in England.

    Silva, 36, joined on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain last summer on a one-year deal.

    He has been a revelation in 29 appearances under both Tuchel and predecessor Frank Lampard, solidifying Chelsea’s defence while also providing a leadership boost behind the scenes.

    And with his contract expiring in June, both Silva and Chelsea are apparently keen to trigger a clause which will extend it until June 2022.

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