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France

A decision about Antoine Griezmann’s future could be made before the World Cup. Speaking after France’s 1-1 draw with the United States, the Barcelona target said: “There’s still a week to go [before the World Cup]. I think that we will know my future this week.” (Various)

The French press mainly lead on that result, with L’Équipe saying that Les Bleus had ‘failed their last test’ before the World Cup, ‘without ideas, without legs’. (L’Équipe)

Spain

Mohamed Salah has spoken about that fall in the Champions League final. “He [Sergio Ramos] sent me a message, but I never told him it was ‘OK’.” (Marca)

A deal has been agreed between Barcelona and Watford for Gerard Deulofeu. The Hornets will sign the forward for £13m next week. (Sport)

Barcelona will be sitting down with Frenkie de Jong’s representatives this week to sort out a deal. A fee of €30-35m is reported for the 21-year-old Ajax midfielder. (AS)

Pep Guardiola has revealed he will never manage Barcelona again. The Manchester City boss enjoyed three trophy-laden years at the Camp Nou, winning 14 major honours, including three La Liga titles and two Champions League crowns. (TV3)

Italy

Slovakian star Marek Hamsik could be on his way to China. A meeting between Napoli and Guangzhou Evergrande, who are coached by Fabio Cannavaro, has reportedly been set up. (Corriere dello Sport)

Chelsea are interested in Roma defender Alessandro Florenzi, although the London club have not yet made any concrete offers. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

New Arsenal signing Stephan Lichtsteiner has said his new club reminds him of his old one. “Arsenal are a great club with a wonderful project,” he said. “It reminds me of Juventus from seven years ago, when our objective was to get right back into the Champions League.” (Sky Italia)

Germany

Mario Gotze has criticised former coaches Peter Stoger, who managed him last season at Dortmund, and Pep Guardiola, who was in charge when Gotze was at Bayern Munich. Guardiola “lacks empathy”, according to the German. (DAZN)

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