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The LA Galaxy have signed 15-year-old midfielderAlex Alcala to his first professional contract in a move officiallyannounced on their club website.
"Alex is a young talent who we are pleased will develop in a professional environment," said general manager Dennis te Kloese. "We believe that the structure and resources that we will provide him will allow him to continue to grow as both a player and a person. We look forward to Alex representing our club."
The Premier League clubs could continue their pursuits in the next window
Sport Bild writes that both Manchester United and Manchester City made significant offers for Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman last summer, with United willing to pay Coman at least€8 million ($9.6m) per year and City wanting him as a swap for Leroy Sane, who went on to join the German club anyway.
Coman has since doubled down on his desire to remain at Bayern Munich for the forseeable future, saying a couple of weeks ago that he wants to extend his contract.
But Sport Bild believes that intention won't stop the Manchester clubs from trying again to add the 24-year-old.
AC Milan will make Getafe left-back Mathias Olivera a priority this summer, writes Mundo Deportivo.
The 23-year-old has a relatively affordable€20 million ($24m) release clause, but there's speculation he could be acquired for even less than that if Getafe are desperate to offload him quickly for financial support.
The striker is available – but only for a massive fee
Tottenham have set a £150 million ($208m) transfer price for top scorer Harry Kane, according to The Daily Mail, and won't consider any offers worth less than their requested fee.
Manchester United and Manchester City are among the clubs reportedly interested in Kane.
Kane has scored 13 Premier League goals this campaign, making it seven straight seasons with a double-digit goal tally. While Spurs' rivals are also looking abroad for attacking additions, his stellar domestic track record provides a unique draw.