Liverpool youngster Suso has turned down a proposal from La Liga title winners Atletico Madrid, but may yet leave Anfield to move to AC Milan, as reported by Gianluca Di Marzio, who is a journalist for Sky Sport in Italy, on his own website.
Di Marzio went as far as to say that the Italian giants have convinced Suso to make the switch to Italy in the summer, when his contract with the Merseyside club expires.
He did, however, in the process, turn down not only Atletico Madrid, but also German side Borussia Dortmund, who have consistently challenged for the Bundesliga crown in recent seasons.
Should Milan want to secure him before the end of the season, they will have to pay a fee to Liverpool, but he can move under the Bosman rule at the end of the season.
Both Dortmund and Atletico offered fees of around €3 million to sign Suso, but he reportedly prefers the switch to Italy.
Chelsea are reportedly among the contenders to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid, and will clash with Premier League rivals Manchester United if they want to secure his signature, as reported by the Daily Express.
A return to Old Trafford seems to be a possibility for Ronaldo, who responded badly to Real getting rid of teammate Angel Di Maria towards the end of the summer transfer window.
The Express suggest that Man Utd have set aside up to £60 million in order to bring Ronaldo back to the club where he first made his name, and with the Ballon d’Or winner a potential departure from the Santiago Bernabeu, Man Utd would seem the logical destination.
They are even reportedly willing to improve his £290,000 weekly wage.
It is now suggested that Jose Mourinho is keen to bring his former charge to Stamford Bridge, having developed a good relationship with the player while working together for the Spanish giants.
Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes, is also keen for him to depart the Bernabeu after falling out with the club’s hierarchy over a letter that Angel Di Maria published that criticised them.
Juventus are reportedly interested in bringing Glen Johnson to Serie A, and the Italian giants believe they can capture him on a free transfer, with the right back’s contract at Anfield set to expire at the end of the season, as reported by Italian outlet Tuttosport.
Johnson has become something of a figure of fun at Liverpool over the last year, and is considered to be one of the weaker links in Brendan Rodgers’s side.
The fact that Juventus are potentially interested is not an exceptional surprise, with a series of English full backs having moved to Serie A this summer, including former England teammates Ashley Cole and Micah Richards, who moved to Roma and Fiorentina respectively.
Johnson’s place in the Liverpool first team is now somewhat under threat from Javier Manquillo, who joined the club on loan from Atletico Madrid this summer. Manquillo has impressed in the small amount of football that he has played for Liverpool thus far this season.