Sergio Ramos at PSG CONFIRMED, Messi contract LAST, Tottenham ‘Barcelona battle for Insigne’, Chelsea transfer news


England advanced to the Euro 2020 final after beating Denmark at Wembley.

The Danes opened the scoring with an incredible free kick from Mikkel Damsgaard in the 30th minute.

But the Three Lions equalized nine minutes later thanks to an own goal from Simon Kjaer.

The game went into overtime where Gareth Southgate’s side were awarded a controversial penalty when Raheem Sterling fell inside the box.

Harry Kane took the kick but Kasper Schmeichel saved low in his lower left corner.

The ball went back to Kane who sent it to the back of the net in the 14th minute of overtime.

England face Italy this Sunday at Wembley.

Meanwhile, Chelsea missed transfer target Achraf Hakimi, who stood out last year with Inter Milan.

Hakimi has officially joined Paris Saint-Germain, following an official statement from the club.

The highly rated full-back has put a five-year contract on paper to complete his third transfer in three years.

PSG agreed to a £ 59million fee with Inter last month after the Serie A champions rejected an offer from the Blues.

Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea have also suffered a heavy blow amid their interest in ex-Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos.

This is according to The Guardian, which says Ramos should undergo a medical examination with PSG.

The Spain international left Real after 16 years filled with trophies when his contract expired.

And the 35-year-old star center-back is now set to sign a two-year contract with the Parisians.

And Arsenal are about to land Anderlecht ace Albert Sambi Lokonga.

That’s according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who says the final details will be worked out soon.

Negotiations are at a final stage, which means that a medical examination has not yet been scheduled.

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