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Real Madrid will be in pot 1 of the Champions League this season. They will be joined by other league winners Liverpool, Bayern, and Juventus, amongst others. Manchester United, Manchester City, and Barcelona are in pot 2.
FC Barcelona are clear on the plan to follow with Jean-Clair Todibo. 'Mundo Deportivo' say that regardless of whether the club sign Eric García or not, the club will get rid of the French CB if they get the chance.
Lyon aren't willing to lose Houssem Aouar, one of their greatest talents, and they have put a price of 60 million on him. Madrid, City, and Arsenal, who are following the player, now know what he will cost them.
According to 'La Gazzetta dello Sport', RB Leipzig's French CB will be Pep Guardiola's number one target to strengthen the defence in the 2020-21 season.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has hailed Kevin De Bruyne as the best midfielder in the world as he prepares for the new Premier League campaign.
The French press assure that Real Madrid reportedly have in their hands Gareth Bale's replacement. It seems that Los Blancos have reportedly contacted the City player Mahrez, for whom they would be willing to throw the kitchen sink.
In the end, Leo Messi is staying at Barcelona, but the aborted exit of the Argentine star to Manchester City provoked a lot of interest. Tottenham manager, José Mourinho, made the most of the circumstances to slam one of his rivals.
FC Barcelona continue to fight for the signing of Eric García. 'AS' assure that the Catalan side have reportedly made a firm offer to Manchester City. They have put 10 million euros on the table. The English side are asking for 15 to let him leave.
Leo Messi will remain at Barcelona for at least one more season. In the middle of the earthquake that his fax provoked, Manchester City reportedly offered 200 million for the Argentine. 'Mundo Deportivo' inform that this offer never existed.
Liverpool and Manchester City remain the teams to beat after three seasons of total dominance but a rejuvenated Manchester United and free-spending Chelsea could force themselves into a four-way race for the title.