Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jul 9, 2019
Utd's Pogba options, Coutinho key to Neymar deal plus Vickery's Copa America verdict
1 hr 4 min
Neymar is AWOL from PSG and the Transfer Talk panel discuss what it will take for Barcelona to re-sign him (01:50). French football journalist Jonathan Johnson joins the show to reveal why Philippe Coutinho is likely to be central to any deal (08:30), while South American football expert Tim Vickery dials in to give his assessment. Tim provides a scouting report of the new Brazil star that filled Neymar's boots at the Copa America (23:30) - and there's details of another set-back for Manchester United's Alexis Sanchez. Paul Pogba wants to leave United - but is in Australia as part of the club's pre-season tour. United We Stand editor Andy Mitten joins on the phone (33:29) from the club's base to explain just how the midfielder has been behaving - and where he could be going. Dharmesh reveals the possible Pogba replacements United are already lining up (51:22), before the panel round up the latest on deals at Burnley, Juventus, Man City, Everton, Tottenham and Aston Villa (01:00:00).
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