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Nottingham Forest owner promises transfer spend.

A 23-year wait for a Premier League return ended on Sunday as Nottingham Forest finally made it back into the big time.

Owner Shipowner Marinakis soaked it all up at Wembley and promised to back Steve Cooper in the transfer market.

“It’s a magical night, not only for me but for the thousands and even millions of supporters within the United Kingdom and all over the world,” Marinakis told Sky Sports on Sunday.

“As I said nearly five years ago, we have to bring Nottingham Forest back where it belongs. Now we want more. Now we’re back in the Premier League, so we want to be as high as possible.”


Newcastle United yet to make for Lucas Paqueta.

Lucas Paqueta’s close bond with Bruno Guimaraes has seen him linked with Newcastle United.

The Lyon target was touted as a potential £50m target for the club as they prepare for their first summer transfer window under new ownership, one that is expected to be busy.

The Chronicle claims they are yet to launch any serious attempt to sign the Brazilian attacker, who has recently talked about staying in Lyon.1653897685Manchester United ‘end’ long-running Harry Kane pursuit.

It seemed unlikely Harry Kane would leave Tottenham for a floundering Manchester United side anyway, although Spurs might not have to worry about the Old Trafford giants at all.

According to The Athletic, United have given up hope of signing the England captain, who is said be happy with life in north London again.

You can read the latest on Kane’s contract situation here. West Ham willing to sell Issa Diop despite Joe Worrall transfer blow.

West Ham Ham are willing to sell defender Issa Diop this summer, amid speculation linking him with a move to Lazio, writes Malik Ouzia.

Diop made 13 Premier League appearances last term but they came largely as a result of injuries to other players, with the 25-year-old having slipped to fourth-choice behind Kurt Zouma, Craig Dawson and Angelo Ogbonna when all are fit.

The Frenchman, who was signed from Toulouse in 2018, is entering the final year of his contract this summer, meaning this will be the Hammers’ last opportunity to command a fee unless they decide to renew his deal.

David Moyes is set to receive substantial backing in the transfer market this summer after securing a second successive season of European football, but is keen to bolster his budget by offloading the likes of Diop.

The seemingly imminent arrival of Ivan Perisic at Tottenham could lead to the club allowing Steven Bergwijn an exit.

Heung-min Son: No indication Liverpool bid would have worked.

London revealed Liverpool had been planning to make a bid for Tottenham’s Heung-min Son, although Spurs’ qualification for the Champions League looks to have scuppered that.

Naturally, interest from a club as big as Liverpool cannot be dismissed out of hand, although Son only signed a new long-term deal last year and is said to be happy in north London.

Mundo Deportivo now claim Chelsea are the latest of the leading clubs to enter the race for Ousmane Dembele.

Thomas Tuchel has called for attacking signings this summer and worked with the player at Borussia Dortmund.

On Sunday, Sadio Mane seemed all but certain to leave Liverpool.

Plenty of reports had claimed the forward had told the club of his desire to try a new challenge, with the Champions League final loss to Real Madrid potentially his last-ever game as a Red.

Sky Sports now suggest Mane has NOT asked to leave just yet, despite Bayern Munich’s interest.

Pau Torres: Agents arrive to discuss Manchester United transfer.

Villarreal star Pau Torres looks the leading target for Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag this summer.

With so much made of Harry Maguire’s form and Raphael Varane struggling in his first season at Old Trafford, bolstering United’s defensive ranks is thought to be a priority for the Dutchman.

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