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1. Boyata still has Celtic future w88 sportsbook offer claims Lennon


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has insisted Dedryck Boyata could remain at the club next summer despite rumours linking him with a summer move to Hertha Berlin.


"I’m not aware of that [agreement with Hertha], Dedryck was at the game today,” said Lennon, as per the Daily Record.


“I wouldn’t be surprised if there is interest in him but we are still hopeful that we can persuade him to stay, which would be great for everyone.”


2. Barca tried to sign Morata in January admits Valverde


Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde has admitted he tried to sign striker Alvaro Morata in January.


The Spanish international joined Atletico Madrid instead, and featured against Barca on Saturday night.


“Here he was supposed to be the second striker, a different role than he has with Atletico,” said Valverde.


“Every player must think about what he wants. Sometimes there are just meaningless conversations.”


3. Deeney: If anyone's watching, I'd like a new deal!


Troy Deeney revealed his personal goal is to gain a new contract at Watford, and appealed directly to the club's hierarchy when interviewed after the Hornet's FA Cup semi-final win on Sunday.


The 30-year-old scored a crucial penalty to level the scores at 2-2 after Wolves had gone 2-0 up at Wembley Stadium, and Gerard Deulofeu grabbed a winner to send Watford through to their first FA Cup final in 35 years.


4. Milan to offer £300m warchest to land Pochettino


Serie A side looking to make shock swoop for Spurs boss


AC Milan are looking to make a shock swoop for Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.


The Mirror claims the Italian giants will 188bet casino offer a £300 million ($391m) warchest in hopes of luring the Spurs boss to Serie A.


5. TFC not interested in Robben


Toronto FC are not interested in Arjen Robben, following reports that the Dutch winger was drawing looks from the MLS side.


But ESPN commentator Taylor Twellman claims the club are strongly denying the links, with the report quoting the club as saying "it's not happening."

6. Liverpool to offer Origi new deal


Liverpool are set to offer striker Divock Origi a new contract, Football Insider reports.


Origi, 23, has made 15 appearances for Liverpool this season, including nine of the Reds' last 11 games.


Jurgen Klopp is understood to be impressed by the Belgian's attitude in training, and wants to keep the forward at Anfield.


7. Boyata still has Celtic future claims Lennon


Celtic manager Neil Lennon has insisted Dedryck Boyata could remain at the club next summer despite rumours linking him with a summer move to Hertha Berlin.


"I’m not aware of that [agreement with Hertha], Dedryck was at the game today,” said Lennon, as per the Daily Record.


“I wouldn’t be surprised if there is interest in him but we are still hopeful that we can persuade him to stay, which would be great for everyone.”


8. Barca tried to sign Morata in January admits Valverde


Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde has admitted he tried to sign striker Alvaro Morata in January.


The Spanish international joined Atletico Madrid instead, and featured against Barca on Saturday night


“Here he was supposed to be the second how to register a sportsbook account online striker, a different role than he has with Atletico,” said Valverde.


“Every player must think about what he wants. Sometimes there are just meaningless conversations.”
 
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