Talking Cock Session: Daily update on the latest club news and highlights

In our latest update talk cock sessions, we look at the latest club news, Jadon Sancho, Federico Chiesa, Cole Palmer, and Jason Wilcox gossip, and highlights that have football fans from over the world buzzing with excitement.

Borussia Dortmund may soon have to pay out more cash to Manchester United for winger Jadon Sancho given their current success in the UEFA Champions League. Elsewhere

Manchester United could earn several million from Borussia Dortmund’s UEFA Champions League run.

The club’s success means that as part of their loan deal for Jadon Sancho, they have to pay United as they advance in Europe.

Manchester United will pocket extra cash thanks to Borussia Dortmund’s run in the Champions League.

The German giants beat Atletico Madrid 5-4 on aggregate in the quarter-final to set up a last-four clash with Paris Saint-Germain.

Sancho joined Dortmund in January on loan until the end of the season after a public fallout with Erik ten Hag.

In the deal that saw the 24-year-old return to his former club, Man Utd inserted clauses that have now been met.

Should they progress further [in the Champions League], the amount is expected to rise to £3.4million.

Juventus forward Federico Chiesa could replace Mohamed Salah at Liverpool if the Egypt international decides to leave Anfield

Liverpool have identified Juventus forward Federico Chiesa as a “potential replacement” for Mohamed Salah, claims a report in the Liverpool Echo.

Salah had been linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League last summer and The Reds reportedly have a Plan B if the Egypt international decides to move away from Anfield.

Chiesa, 26, has scored eight goals and grabbed two assists in 30 games for the Italian giants so far this season.

Italy have claimed that the Reds could reignite their interest in Juventus winger Federico Chiesa this summer.

The Italian’s current deal in Turin expires next summer with Tuttosport claiming that Liverpool could take advantage.

It is claimed that the Serie A club are currently locked in negotiations with Chiesa over a potential new deal with their preference to reach an agreement before this summer’s European Championships.

If he fails to agree on an extension, the Reds could look to sign him as a potential replacement for Mohamed Salah, if the Egyptian leaves Merseyside.

Cole Palmer is set for a significant new deal at Chelsea having starred in his debut campaign at Stamford Bridge

Cole Palmer is set for a significant new deal at Chelsea.

The forward, who was signed from Manchester City last summer, has scored 25 goals in 42 appearances in all competitions in what has been a disappointing season for The Blues.

Chelsea plan to open talks with Cole Palmer’s representatives over a new lucrative contract before the end of the season – with the in-form star potentially playing a role at Euro 2024,” notes the outlet.

His current deal is due to run until 2030, and while Chelsea is in no rush to finalise an agreement, they intend to reward Palmer’s red-hot form with a significant pay rise.

The former Manchester City starlet currently earns more than £80,000-a-week which is notably less than most of his Chelsea team-mates, the majority of which have struggled to perform under Pochettino this season.

Raheem Sterling, for instance, is understood to earn around £325,000 per week and Chelsea intends to bridge the gap between Palmer and the club’s top earners as they continue to build for the future.

Manchester United have confirmed the appointment of Jason Wilcox as technical director

Manchester United have announced the appointment of former Southampton director of football Jason Wilcox as their new technical director.

Wilcox will begin his new role immediately after the clubs settle on an “acceptable compensation fee.

The 53-year-old is the latest senior figure to arrive at Old Trafford since Sir Jim Ratcliffe acquired a minority stake and took over football operations.

Man Utd’s club statement read: “Jason Wilcox has joined Manchester United as technical director with immediate effect.

“He will work with all technical areas of the football department to achieve the highest standards of performance.

“Jason was previously director of football at Southampton and before that academy director at Manchester City. As a player, he won the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers in 1995.”

United are also believed to be in talks to hire Newcastle’s Dan Ashworth as their new sporting director.

Ashworth has been placed on gardening leave after expressing his desire to leave St James’ Park, with talks said to be ongoing.