Paper Talk - Bayern Munich want Pjanic, Inter look to Gabbiadini, Lazio linked with Tonelli,

16 April at 08:51

According to German newspaper TZ, Bayern Munich are prepared to meet the €38 million clause to take Miralem Pjanic from Roma to Bavaria. The journal reports that the Bundesliga giants have been monitoring the Bosnian midfielder for some time and are finally set to make their move.

Ahead of tonight’s meeting at the San Siro, Corriere dello Sport tells us that Inter are lining up a €30 million bid for Napoli frontman Manolo Gabbiadini. The Italian international is frustrated at his lack of game time with the vesuviani and could leave this summer. The nerazzurri will get a first-hand look tonight as he leads the attack in the absence of Gonzalo Higuain. The journal also states that Lazio will use Sunday’s home game against Empoli to make their first move for centre-half Lorenzo Tonelli. The capital club could face competition however from city rivals Roma.

Turin based Tuttosport declares on its front page that Real Madrid play-maker Isco will be Juve’s first gift of the summer for coach Max Allegri. Milan full-back De Sciglio is also on the bianconeri’s radar according to the journal.

In the UK, the Daily Mirror states that Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has declared his desire to coach Barcelona, throwing his future at St Mary’s into serious doubt. With the Catalan giants going through a tough period results wise the man who won the 1992 European with the Blaugrana could be a surprise choice to succeed Luis Enrique at the Camp Nou.

The Daily Mail reports that new Chelsea manager Antonio Conte wants Belgian international midfielder Eden Hazard to stay at Stamford Bridge next season after the two discussed his future in a meeting last week. It was thought that the 25-year-old would leave the club at the end of the season but their £70 million asking price is considered too high by clubs such as Real Madrid, who have been strongly linked to the player.

Steve Mitchell @barafundler


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