Antonee Robinson will snub interest from the likes of Manchester City and AC Milan by signing a new contract with Fulham, a report claims.
A report from Goal writes how Robinson has been attracting the interest from Milan and the Premier League champions as well as other top European clubs because he had entered the final year of his deal at Craven Cottage.
Fulham could have been forced into cashing in this summer if the left-back showed no signs of being willing to extend terms, thus negating the risk of him leaving on a free transfer next year.
However, The Athletic report that Robinson will agree a new deal with the west London club. The 25-year-old should extend his contract with the club keen for him to stay, having made 63 appearances in the Premier League since their promotion.
Robinson was close to joining Milan in the 2019-20 season when Milan and his then-club Wigan had agreed a fee and he travelled to Milano on deadline day morning to complete a dream move, but he failed his medical due to a heart problem.
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Midfielder wants to return to PL this summer; Aston Villa move now a possibility
Aston Villa are back in the race to sign Weston McKennie after previous failed attempts to sign the Juventus midfielder.
That is according to a report from Calciomercato, which suggests that the USMNT international is keen to get another chance in the Premier League.
It would be no surprise to see Weston McKennie leave the Old Lady in the summer transfer window. Juve were happy to loan the 24-year-old out in January.
Aston Villa could make move for McKennie
Unfortunately, his time on loan with Leeds did not go to plan. The club were obviously relegated from the Premier League. And McKennie did not endear himself to supporters during the spell in Yorkshire.
Nevertheless, Calciomercato reports that the possibility of McKennie going to Aston Villa is back on the table. Meanwhile, there is also interest from the likes of Borussia Dortmund and Galatasaray.
Juventus had previously wanted £34.2 million for McKennie. However, the report suggests that that valuation has since dropped.
Aston Villa are one team going slightly under the radar in the early stages of the window. They have produced a superb bit of business to sign Youri Tielemans on a free transfer.
And the Daily Mail has now suggested that Pau Torres is expected to complete a £33 million move to Villa Park next week.
McKennie is yet to really show what he can do in the Premier League. But circumstances at Elland Road did him few favours during his loan spell.
Villa are in a much better place. They are going to be back in Europe next year. And there is a reason Juventus signed him from Schalke in the first place.
Based on his track record so far, Unai Emery could be the perfect manager to finally help McKennie unlock his full potential.