Everton rescind offer to Yerry Mina, Manchester United move also fading

  • Everton rescind offer to Yerry Mina, Manchester United move also fading

Everton rescind offer to Yerry Mina, Manchester United move also fading

And it seems Alderweireld's desire to move to Manchester has had a big part to play in proceedings with talks back on.

If Spurs were to sell Dembele without a proper replacement, then their midfield would be extremely thin when compared to other supposed title contenders. As for Rose, his commitment to Tottenham has always been questioned and after he gave an explosive interview at the start of last season criticizing the club and its contract policy, his time seemed to be running out in north London.

Despite a strong World Cup performance that saw him score three goals in Russian Federation, the defender has been pushed further down the Barca pecking order with the arrival of Clement Lenglet.

Where could the trio be heading to?

Spurs have the option to extend Alderweireld's deal by an extra 12 months but the Belgian centre-half will be available to sign for £25m.

It is believed Spurs will look to the likes of Lewis Cook at Bournemouth to replace Dembele, with Pochettino's penchant for developing young talent ideal for these kind of situations as he looks to move on veteran stars.

Barcelona vice-president Jordi Mestre says manager Ernesto Valverde will have the final say on Yerry Mina's future, amid reports of interest from Manchester United and Everton. United had agreed personal terms with the player initially - according to multiple reports - but the latest suggests that Mina's adviser Felipe Russo "moved the goalposts" on the deal and asked for more money.

Manchester United finished in second place in the Premier League table last season to secure their best finish since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.