Football Transfer Updates , Rumors and Done deals

This is time of the year where the clubs sit eagle eye for any value additions to their squad and bolster it and getting their targets in as much optimal sum as they can. There is a plethora of newspaper rumours doing the rounds, the transfer market is a vital front in this ultimate war which should be well prepped by teams if they want an edge over the others in this fiery competition, dropping out of top 4 is as disappointing for top clubs as teams being relegated nowadays in the Premier League and the most initial activity which has been observed is by flock of these English clubs.

Rumours :-

Real Madrid’s Danilo have been attracting the interest of several clubs including PSG, Chelsea and Juventus with Madrid stating that anything over 30.7m will do.

Phillipe Coutinho is subject to a bid from PSG after being tracked by Barcelona for so long but having signed a long term extension with Liverpool it seems an uphill task.

Liverpool has been told to up the chase for highly rated midfielder Naby Keita by Jurgen Klopp and he is one of his main summer targets along with Mo Salah.

Kylian Mbappe is one hot property right now and several clubs are chasing his signature with Real, Arsenal and PSG leading the race. Recently he dropped a major hint by removing the reference of AS Monaco from his twitter bio.

Antonio Rudiger is another player who could feature in next years PL and is speculated to move to move to Chelsea amid Manchester City reports emerging recently which is reminiscent to the Pedro situation, meanwhile Chelsea are also interested to pay record 60 million for the Brazilian and Juventus left back Alex Sandro.

Alvaro Morata is also in contact with Manchester United and the reports are that a move can be forced thrown before the tour of United Stated by United in fact by Thursday, another name in the reckoning is that of James Rodriguez and Nemanja Matic who is relishing a reunion with Jose Mourinho.

Wayne Rooney’s return to his boyhood club seems inevitable this summer as quoted by TalkSport.

Arsenal are expected to sign Riyad Mahrez after the Algerian preferred the north London team a suitable place for his next move.

Tottenham Hotspur has scouted Adrien Silva during the recent Confederations Cup and have placed a bid for him. (Source A Bola).

Antonio Conte has told Chelsea to go all out for Romelun Lukaku and Diego Costa’s move to Atletico Madrid is on hold for the very sole reason.

West Ham’s search for striker continues as they have been linked with Chicharito and Olivier Giroud in the recent round of reports although the verities of the links are low. Giroud is also considered by the Merseyside outfits as a replacement for want away forward Romelu Lukaku.

Gianluigi Donnarumma has completed a remarkable U-turn by agreeing to sign a new AC Milan contract, according to Sky sources.

The 18-year-old goalkeeper has 12 months left on his deal and three weeks ago his agent, Mino Raiola, told Milan his client would not be signing a new contract – with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain interested in signing him.

Marco Veratti is planning of not training with his team mates as reported by Marca and is desperate to force a move out of paris to the Catalans in this summer.

Angel Di Maria is being linked with Inter Milan after his move fell off last sumer with Barcelona and the milan side indicated that he could leave if the right amount is proposed.

Done Deals :-

Asmir Begovich (Bournemouth)

Jermain Defoe (Bournemouth)

Nathan Ake(Bournemouth)

Davy Klassen (Everton)

Jordan Pickford (Everton)

Sandro Ramirez (Everton)

Michael Keane (Everton)

Henry Onyekuru (Everton)

Mo Salah (Liverpool)

Dominic Solanke (Liverpool)

Sead Kolasinac (Arsenal)

Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)

Ederson (Manchester City)

Victor Lindelof (Manchester United)

John Terry (Aston Vila)

Matthias Ginter (Borussia Monchengladbach)

Fabio Borini (AC Milan)

Frank Kessie (AC Millan)

Andre Silva (AC Milan)

Ricardo Rodriguez (AC Milan)

Chris Willock (Benfica)

Bertrand Traore (Lyon)

Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich)

 

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