Man Utd ‘offer Varane £10.3m deal’ as Cristiano Ronaldo contacts his old club

Manchester United are reportedly prepared to hand Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane a £10.3million-a-year contract, while Cristiano Ronaldo has approached his old club about a potential return

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Daniel Levy warns Harry Kane: ‘We will do whatever is right for Tottenham’

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Daniel Levy has warned Harry Kane he will protect Tottenham’s interests in the transfer market this summer.

Kane has told Spurs he wants to leave, and Manchester City are keen on buying the striker, who has three years left on his contract. Levy, who on Saturday appointed Fabio Paratici as Tottenham’s managing director of football, sympathises with Kane’s frustrations but hinted a deal could be difficult to do.

Related: Christian Eriksen collapsed and the stadium fell silent in horror

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Eriksen in stable condition, Euro 2020 match resumes

Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen was taken to a hospital Saturday after collapsing on the field during a match at the European Championship, leading to the game being suspended for more than 90 minutes. The governing body of European soccer said Eriksen has been stabilized and the Danish soccer federation said he was awake. “Christian Eriksen is awake and is undergoing further examinations at Rigshospitalet,” the Danish federation wrote on Twitter.

Danish Footballer Stable After Collapsing on Pitch During Euro 2020 Game

ESPN/YouTubeTVA star Danish footballer suddenly collapsed on the pitch during a UEFA Euro 2020 match on Saturday afternoon, leaving players and fans in tears, and forcing the suspension of the game.Christian Eriksen—the star of this Denmark team—collapsed to the ground with no other players around him just before half-time.His teammates looked panicked as they urged the doctors and physios onto the pitch where they attempted to revive him with chest compressions. Players huddled together to shie