Total Breakdown of Recent News, Transfers, and Trending Gossip:

Borussia Dortmund’s CEO breaks his silence on bringing a Manchester United great to Germany – ‘I love this player’

Borussia Dortmund chief executive, Hans-Joachim Watzke, has opened up regarding the potential of signing Manchester United legend Cristiano Ronaldo.

Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke on Cristiano Ronaldo: 
"I love this player, it's certainly a charming idea to see Cristiano play at Signal Iduna Park. But there is no contact at all between the parties involved"

This season, with Ronaldo, 37, hoping to pursue his Champions League goals. He is unable to satisfy that ambition at Old Trafford, and his return, which was met with a hero’s welcome, is now turning sour.

Casemiro is on the verge of joining Manchester United for £60 million from Real Madrid:

Casemiro is likely to MISS Manchester United‘s match against Liverpool, as the £60 million signing must be registered by midday TODAY in order to play against the Red Devils’ bitter rivals on Monday.

The Premier League requires that players be registered by Friday at noon in order to play in the top division this weekend, so United must act quickly if they want him to make his debut against their bitter rivals.

Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte will learn the extent of their FA charges today:

Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte will learn their FA sanctions TODAY following their heated handshake brawl at Stamford Bridge.

Following their post-match altercation and subsequent red cards, the rival managers were both charged by the FA with acting in a “improper” manner. An independent committee will meet on Friday to decide what sanctions they may get.

Pulisic has attracted interest from several European clubs including Man United:

In light of Man United’s interest in the USA star, Christian Pulisic is “ready for showdown discussions with Chelsea and will push for an exit if they fail to give him a regular first team position ahead of the World Cup.”

The American winger has drawn interest from Manchester United, Newcastle, Atletico Madrid, and Juventus this summer, but he is willing to stay at Stamford Bridge if his playing time improves.