- Current club: S.S.C. Napoli
- Date of Birth: 14 June 1991
- Birthplace: Naxos, Naxos, Cyclades, Greece
- Position: Defender, Centre-back
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has decided to keep Dejan Lovren until the end of this season, according to Football Insider.
Chris Smalling is expected to return to Manchester United next summer. The AS Roma player will approach the end of his loan.
Italian giants Roma are ready to move for Tottenham's wantaway defender Toby Alderweireld this summer, in a transfer deal that could recoup up to £25 million for Spurs for the Belgian international centre-back. Alderweireld has so far refused to sign a contract extension at White Hart Lane, apparently as his agent negotiates a move away from the club for his client.
Napoli have reached an agreement with Roma to sign Kostas Manolas for a fee of 36 million euros. The Greek international centre-back, coveted by Arsenal, has signed a four-year contract with the Naples side.
Arsenal are reportedly willing to trigger the £31m release clause of Roma's Kostas Manolas as they aim to bolster the central defensive department.
This season’s Champions League has seen plenty of shocks and amazing comebacks, not least in both of the semi-finals. Will Tottenham Hotspur win their first Champions League title? Or will Liverpool get over the heartache of finishing as runners-up last season?
Manchester United are reportedly considering the prospect of triggering the release clause in the contract of AS Roma defender Kostas Manolas.
Leicester City have reportedly instructed Manchester United to pay up a world-record £90m fee for a defender to pursue Harry Maguire this summer.
Roma defender Kostas Manolas has reportedly emerged as a target for both Manchester United and Arsenal ahead of this summer's transfer window.
Manchester United could get the chance to sign Roma defender Kostas Manolas on a cut-price deal when the transfer window reopens in three months' time.
Manchester United have reportedly expressed their intention to secure the signature of Kostas Manolas from AS Roma during the current transfer window.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is reportedly weighing up an approach to sign Roma's Kostas Manolas when the transfer window reopens.
Chelsea are likely to face a transfer blow in the pursuit of Greek defender Kostas Manolas with AS Roma having already opened a dialogue regarding a new long-term contract.
Chelsea have reportedly decided to trigger the release clause of AS Roma defender Kostas Manolas during this summer's transfer window.
Arsenal are reported to have failed with deadline-day move to sign Greek defender Kostas Manolas from AS Roma. The Gunners are said to have revived their interest in the central defender after they had a 'derisory' bid knocked back for West Bromwich Albion's Jonny Evans.
Greece international Kostas Manolas has revealed that he would remain at AS Roma for the upcoming campaign falling his failure to seal a move to Zenit St.Petersburg earlier this summer. Chelsea and Juventus have been previously credited with an interest in the central defender.
A whacky window for the Greek defender which almost saw him join Russian club Zenit St. Petersburg before not showing up for the medical, Kostas Manolas is now set to remain at Roma.
Italian champions Juventus are reportedly interested in sealing a summer deal for AS Roma defender Kostas Manolas. The Greece international has been widely tipped to leave the Giallorossi despite his failed move to Zenit. St.Petersburg earlier this summer.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has quickly identified Manolas as Bonucci's replacement as Juventus look to get over the sudden departure of the Italian as quickly as possible.
Roma are hoping to beat Arsenal to the signing of Mahrez and have put a £30 million offer on the table for the Algerian to replace Mohamed Salah.