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Declan Rice isn’t only hot property in England, he’s also being eyed by a number of top European clubs.

The 22-year-old West Ham captain has taken his game to another level this season, leading to European juggernauts believing he’s the ‘real deal’, according to Eurosport’s Dean Jones.

Man Utd managerial target Mauricio Pochettino has declared he is ‘happy in Paris’.

Speaking ahead of Paris Saint-Germain’s crunch UCL clash against Manchester City, he said: “My contract is until 2023 – this season and one more. I don’t say anything different.

“I’m happy in Paris – that’s a fact. I’m happy in Paris.”

Liverpool, Leicester and Newcastle are keeping tabs on Olympiacos wonderkid Aguibou Camara.

Camara, 20, has been a revelation in Piraeus since joining the Greek champions from Lille last summer and has put together a series of impressive performances in the Europa League and Superleague.

The versatile midfielder, who can also play on the wing, has already amassed five goals and two assists in 17 appearances across all competitions – and helped Pedro Martins’ side beat AEK Athens on Sunday’s local derby with a screamer.

SunSport understands that Liverpool, Leicester and Newcastle have all made contact with the Guinea international’s agent.

And Bayern Munich have reportedly docked the wages of five isolating players who refused to get coronavirus vaccines.

Bild claims Serge Gnabry, Joshua Kimmich, Jamal Musiala, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Michael Cuisance have been informed their pay will be withheld for every match and training session missed while self-isolating.

The Bayern quintet have all apparently turned down the offer of a jab.





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