Messi trains with PSG, whereas Kane’s future with Spurs is still up in the air. Although back-to-back Premier League defeats to begin the season, Arsenal appears keen to back Mikel Arteta’s revolution at the Emirates. Manchester City is up next, although the club is still active in the transfer market, with right-back being one of the positions they are looking to improve.
The most crucial transfer saga is Harry Kane, with Manchester City still rumored to endorse the Tottenham striker. Who came off the substitute against Wolves on Sunday. As Premier League clubs make efforts to strengthen ahead of the transfer deadline, you can keep up with all the latest transfer news, rumors, and gossip here with us!
Spurs are considering a trade for Juve’s best player
According to Tuttosport, Fabio Paratici is returning to Juventus to finalize Spurs’ next transaction.
Tottenham is interested in signing Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie, but they cannot afford the full transfer fee and are looking for a swap deal. Tanguy Ndombele was initially proposed as a candidate, but Juventus rejected the proposal. Moussa Sissoko, on the other hand, piques their attention. McKennie is unlikely to start after Juventus bought Manuel Locatelli, but replacing him with Sissoko does not look to be the best long-term decision.
Bernardo Silva has been connected with two European powerhouses
According to multiple sources, Bernardo Silva wants out of Man City, but the challenge is finding a team that wants him as much as he wants to leave. According to some rumors, Tottenham was open to using him as a makeweight in a deal for Harry Kane, but Silva himself did not want to move to Spurs.
Real Madrid and AC Milan are rumored to have made offers for him, but according to Italian media, neither is willing to spend anywhere near the amount required to secure him. The Portuguese schemer may have to settle for another season as a squad option.
Matheus Cunha arrives in Madrid ahead of his transfer to Atletico Madrid
Matheus Cunha, a striker for Hertha Berlin, has landed in Madrid ahead of his transfer to Atletico Madrid.
Atletico Madrid has negotiated a €30 million deal for the 22-year-old Brazilianrumored Diego Simeone’s back-up to Luis Suarez. Cunha’s arrival is linked to the upcoming departure of midfielder Saul Niguez, linked with Manchester United and Chelsea in the Premier League.
Andy Robertson of Liverpool has extended his contract period
Liverpool may have only signed one first-team player this month in Ibrahima Konate, but the futures of five regular starts have already been damn guaranteed.
Andy Robertson has signed a new agreement with Jurgen Klopp’s side, alongside Trent Alexander Arnold, Fabinho, Alisson Becker, and Virgil van Dijk.
Mohamed Salah and captain Jordan Henderson are still in talks with Liverpool over their contracts, while Sadio Mane’s contract renewal is also a priority.
Arsenal is willing to consider all proposals for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
If a fair offer comes through before the end of the window, Arsenal is willing to let captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leave the club.
According to the Telegraph, the striker signed a new three-year contract last summer. While he remains an essential player for manager Mikel Arteta, the 32-year-old is no longer regarded as vital to the club’s objectives.
Should Arsenal get an offer, it is unlikely that another team will match the striker’s salary.
Federico Valverde, the manager of Real Madrid, has signed a new contract
Thibaut Courtois has signed a new long-term contract with Real Madrid, extending his stay until 2027.
Valverde, who had an injury-plagued season last season, is seen as Madrid’s future midfielder once Luka Modric and Toni Kroos depart. Still, the 23-year-old Uruguayan is already a vital member of the first squad.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce does not expect any more players to arrive
With one week until the transfer season closes, Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has ruled out any further permanent acquisitions. Newcastle has signed Arsenal’s Joe Willock for £25 million, but Bruce believes it will last its business.
Manchester United is still interested in Saul
12:00, Manchester United appears to be the front-runner for Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez, with Chelsea also interested in securing a loan transfer before the window closes.
Following the arrival of Matheus Cunha from Hertha Berlin, AS reports that Saul’s exit is imminent. The Spanish club is looking for a loan agreement to buy to clear the salaries of the Spain international.
United are long-time admirers of the 26-year-old and have been linked with bolstering their central midfield options during the transfer window.
Chelsea is looking to extend the contracts of Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger
According to Matt Law of the Telegraph, Chelsea aims to secure the future of their defense by proposing new contracts to Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger.
Both players have played critical roles under Thomas Tuchel, including appearing in last season’s Champions League final victory.
While the club is still interested in signing Jules Kounde from Seville. The Blues are also focused on ensuring the futures of Christensen, 25, and Rudiger, 28.
Everton’s Thierry Small has joined Southampton
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl said the club’s focus on nurturing young players was crucial in signing Thierry Small and overcoming the competition in the Premier League at 11:15 a.m.
Atletico Madrid and Matheus Cunha have agreed on a fee
Atletico Madrid is close to completing a €30 million deal to capture Hertha Berlin attacker Matheus Cunha.
According to Sky Germany, discussions with the 22-year-old Brazil attacker, who won a gold medal with his country at the Tokyo Olympics, have moved quickly.
Leeds United was rumored to be interested in Cunha on a long-term basis.
Atletico Madrid has been looking for a second striker to play as a backup to Luis Suarez this summer.
Kylian Mbappe rejects the new PSG contract offer, giving Real Madrid a boost
10:15 a.m., Kylian Mbappe is back on the back pages of the Madrid newspapers. With Marca reporting that the star forward has turned down the latest contract offer from Paris Saint-Germain.
Mbappe, who is out of contract next summer, has been a long-term target for Real Madrid, the frontrunners to sign him if he becomes a free agent next summer.
PSG is also expecting proposals before the conclusion of the window next week, according to French publication RMC. However, they add that Real Madrid has yet to make a move for the 22-year-old.