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EUROPEAN TRANSFER NEWS ROUND-UP: All the big names are making the headlines ahead of the summer transfer window, with Mbappe, Messi Pogba, Real Madrid, PSG, Barcelona Manchester United Newcastle United all involved

All the big names and most tantalising summer transfer deals are filling the European deal columns today, with Kylian Mbappe,Lionel Messiand Paul Pogba all on the agenda.

When will Mbappe make a decision on his future? Could Messi head back to the Nou Camp? Could Pogba really stay at United or take a pay cut.

Kylian Mbappe received the Ligue 1 player of the year aways for the third time on Sunday and has made his latest comments about where his future lies.

Real Madridwant to land him on a free transfer and a mega-money contract, but PSG have lured him with signing on fees and a huge deal. Which way will he turn? The French striker said at an award ceremony, widely reported abroad: will be known very soon, its almost done. My decision is made, yes, almost.

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Mbappe is out of contract in a month, and won the French title helping PSG with 25 goals and 17 assists. The smart money is still on a switch to Real Madrid - and Mbappe will make his choice by May 28.

Lionel Messi could follow Kylian Mbappe out of PSG.

That is the claim inFoot National,who has quoted the legends father and agent Jorge as saying he wants to return toBarcelonain the future. Spanish paper Jijantes quotes Jorge, as saying: I hope Leo can come back to Barcelona one day.

Jorge was in Barcelona with his grandchildren over the weekend. Messi scored just six goals in an unsettled first season at PSG, and his future is not completely certain. In March it was claimed PSG could have a clear out of their biggest stars with the MLS mooted as a destination for the great Messi.

Lionel Messi netted a stunning goal against Lens but was still the target of boos from the Parc des Princes crowd (Photo by Mustafa Yalcin/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Paul Pogba will have to take a pay cut if he wants a move to Juvetus or PSG.

TheManchester Unitedmidfielder is reckoned to be negotiating an exit from Old Trafford with new boss Erik Ten Hag staring his work there today.Sky Italiasay Pogbas lawyers are set to meet Juve and top of the talking will be how much Pogba will be prepared to LOWER his pay demands.

They say Juves offer will be lower than PSGs which in turn is lower than what United have tabled. Juve will push the sentimental aspects of a Pogba return. But is there room for sentiment in a contract negotiation these days?Football Mercatosay Juve are offering a three year deal, and that PSG hierarchy are split over signing him.

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Eddie Howe will devote much of his budget to landing a goal-scorer for next season and Stuttgart striker Sasa Kalajdzic is a candidate, according toKicker.

Bayern Munich want the 24-year-old Austrian international to replace Robert Lewandowski. He scored six goals in his last 11 Bundesliga games to keep Stuttgart in the top flight. He is available for around €25m because hes got one year left on his contract.

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