Manchester United beat out Liverpool in race for goalkeeper signing

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Manchester United beat out Liverpool in race for goalkeeper signing

Today's transfer rumours suggest that the Old Trafford club have beaten their fierce rivals to the signing of a young netminder, while a Newcastle United attacker is linked with Barcelona.

The Sun says Manchester United have beaten Rangers and Liverpool to the signature of young Wisla Krakow goalkeeper Kacper Chorazka.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror states that Louis van Gaal's side will not be welcoming Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang to Manchester this summer as the club admits defeat in attempting to sign the Gabon international.

Reports have claimed that Van Gaal will still be in charge next season as United chiefs have apparently asked Mourinho to wait a year to take the Old Trafford hotseat.

Scorer of the goal which secured Atletico Madrid's spot in the Champions League final, Antoine Griezmann, will be the subject of a United mega-money move, according to the Sun.

Jurgen Klopp wants to bring Ajax winger Anwar El Ghazi to Anfield this summer, says the Express.

The paper also states that Man United will seal a £45million move for much-linked midfielder Renato Sanches any day now.

The Daily Mirror claims Barcelona are planning a move for Newcastle striker Ayoze Perez.

Eden Hazard has performed a U-turn and told Chelsea he wants to stay this summer, with the Daily Mail claiming club insiders have said the Belgian is "100 per cent prepared to stay" and work with new manager Antonio Conte next season.

The Daily Star says Nemanja Matic looks set to quit the Blues this summer, with a £20million transfer to Juventus already agreed. However, the same paper believes Juan Cuadrado will be coming back from the Turin club, where he has been on a season-long loan.

The Nottingham Post believes former Sunderland and Brighton boss Gus Poyet is the clear favourite to be appointed manager of Nottingham Forest.