Check Out “Italian reports say Newcastle and AC Milan have agreed to transfer Sandro Tonali” The head of recruitment for the Magpies, Steve Nickson, and the sporting director for the club, Dan Ashworth, have both been in Milan for negotiations with the Serie A giants and the player’s representatives. The player is 23 years old.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Nickson is currently on his way to Romania, along with the player’s representatives, in order to finalize the signing of Italy international Tonali. Tonali is currently competing in the European under-21 Championship in Romania.

Italian Reports Say Newcastle And AC Milan Have Agreed To Transfer Sandro Tonali
Italian Reports Say Newcastle And AC Milan Have Agreed To Transfer Sandro Tonali

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Fulham are ‘serious contenders’ to rival West Ham in the race to sign Southampton captain James Ward-Prowse.

Following the Saints’ elimination from the Premier League, the midfielder is expected to finalize his departure from the club this summer.

West Ham United, who are in danger of losing their captain Declan Rice and are looking to find a successor, have been associated with a significant interest in the player.

Joao Palhinha has been connected with a move away from Fulham, which might result in the departure of one of the club’s key players.

The Independent reports that Ward-Prowse is extremely high on the wanted list compiled by Cottagers manager Marco Silva.

It is also said that the 28-year-old is interested in moving to the west London club, with Southampton valuing their captain at almost £30 million following an excellent season in which he scored 11 goals and provided five assists.

Surprise reports in Italy claim Romelu Lukaku’s agents have held talks over a return to Milan this summer… with AC, not Inter.

After the completion of his loan term back at the club, rumors have circulated that the striker will make the move back to Inter on a permanent basis.

Although he is currently employed by Chelsea once more, it is not anticipated that he will remain there for very long.

Already, Inter and Chelsea have engaged in conversation, but it seems that they are no longer discussing Lukaku’s potential return.

However, Antonio Vitiello, an Italian journalist and an insider at AC Milan, reports that the Belgian could be moving instead to Inter’s competitors.

Vitiello said on Twitter that Milan had a meeting with Lukaku’s entourage. “Milan had a meeting with Lukaku’s entourage.”

“A concept that could become a reality, but only if the Inter striker were to reduce the amount of money he earns.

“Good relations between the Rossoneri and Chelsea as well as RocNation.”