Sports broadcaster and journalist covering multiple World Cups, Olympic Games, Grand Slams and Majors and interview the… read more Christian Falk is the head of football at the BILD Group, responsible for reporting on FC Bayern, Bundesliga and acts as… read more Fabrizio Romano is often referred to as the “King of Football Transfer News”. He has been working with Sky Sports in… read more Haydn has been a licensed agent for nearly 10 years and is now the Managing Director of Next Generation Management, who… read more Diego Maradona and the England football team were clients when Jon Smith launched the world-famous First Artist agency… read more Jonathan is a Ligue 1 specialist journalist based in Paris as CBS Sports man on the ground. He provides CaughtOffside… read more Mark R. Halsey was an English professional football referee who primarily refereed in the Premier League from 1999 to… read more Credited with discovering Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford, Rob Segal has been a football agent since 1996. He was… read more Roberto has been a FIFA licensed agent since 2002 and now runs RDF Football, representing Cafu and Marcus Alonso amongst… read more Stan Collymore is a football pundit and former player, signing for Liverpool FC in 1995 for an English transfer record… read more Manchester United have reportedly had senior staff check on both Napoli striker Victor Osimhen and Juventus forward Dusan Vlahovic recently. Chelsea are also said to have an interest in both players ahead of this summer, though neither player will come cheap, according to the Daily Mail. The report states that Napoli want as much as £130million for Osimhen, while it’ll take around £80m to prise Vlahovic away from Juventus. Osimhen has helped fire Napoli to the title in Serie A, while Vlahovic has also had moments of real quality in his career in Italy so far, though he looked more promising at former club Fiorentina than he has with his current employers. It will be interesting to see if Man Utd or Chelsea can perhaps persuade Juve to let Vlahovic go, though Osimhen possibly seems a bit too ambitious for either club, especially Chelsea, given that they won’t have European football next season. If Vlahovic could revive his form in the Premier League, he could be a valuable asset for either side, with United in need of a focal point who can offer more of a goal threat than loan signing Wout Weghorst, while Chelsea surely have to bring in an upgrade on flops like Romelu Lukaku, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Kai Havertz.