The summer transfer window is here, and there’s a lot of gossip swirling around who’s moving where. Transfer Talk brings you the latest news on rumors, comings and goings, and of course, expired deals!
Important story: Juventus moves to Liverpool’s Firmino
Juventus offered Liverpool 23 million euros to sign the striker Roberto Firminoto me Toto Juventus.
Firmino, 30, is in the final year of his contract, although he has not expressed a desire to leave Anfield this summer and is said to want to sign new terms.
However, the striker is likely to struggle to secure a place in Jurgen Klopp’s starting lineup this season, with a new €100m signing. Darwin Nunez He is destined to lead the attack in tandem Mohamed SalahAnd the Diogo Jota And the Luis Diaz.
However, the Brazil international has impressed in his last three pre-season games, so Liverpool will need to quickly determine what the future holds for them.
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15.34 GMT: Will be Cristiano Ronaldo Really moving to Atletico Madrid?
Jan Aage Fjortoft is trying to figure out where Cristiano Ronaldo will play next season, and the latest link is Atletico Madrid.
14.37 GMT: Udinese right-back Nahuel Molina He arrived in Madrid to complete his move to Atlético Madrid.
Molina, 24, told reporters At Bargas Airport: “I am very happy. Now I have to go through my medicine to become an Atlético player… then I will be able to talk to you all.”
14.25 GMT: Salzburg striker Benjamin Sisco Fabrizio Romano says he’s on Manchester United’s radar.
The 19-year-old Slovenian international has been linked with Newcastle, but Salzburg happily tweeted their wish For a transfer fee if United makes the move.
Only 300 million euros plus the United midfielder Bruno Fernandez…
13.50 GMTBayern Munich moved from Robert Lewandowski Signed by Rennes striker Mathis Tel.
Tell, 17, is currently undergoing a medical at Bayern Munich BuildThe two clubs agreed to a fee of around 30 million euros.
The Frenchman broke into Rennes’ first team last season, but he will have some big boots to fill for Bayern if he is considered as a replacement for Lewandowski.
13.06 GMT“Chelsea need new deals, and fast, to avoid going backwards this season,” Mark Ogden wrote.
Chelsea did a good job signing Sterling (27) from Manchester City and Koulibaly (31) from Napoli, but both have signed here and now, not for the future. With Lukaku returning to Inter Milan on loan, and Rudiger (Real Madrid) and Christensen (Barcelona) departing as free agents, Sterling and Koulibaly are arguably filling in the gaps created by the departures rather than adding to the current strength and quality. This was a summer when Chelsea needed to build and refocus rather than fill in the gaps.
Winning the FIFA Club World Cup and reaching the Carabao Cup and FA Cup finals – both lost on penalties to Liverpool – might paint a picture of a successful season for Chelsea, but Tuchel will know his side suffered a worrying loss in the final weeks of last season, winning just three games of The last 10 matches in all competitions.
For the former Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain boss, the uncertainty off the pitch reflected a loss of direction on him and pre-season did nothing to reassure him that things were changing in both areas.
12.42 GMTManchester United want to sign Lazio midfielder Serge Milinkovic-Savic If they fail to reach Barcelona Frenkie de JongSays Calcircato.
United need a midfielder and have agreed a total of €85 million for De Jong, although the player has reservations about joining a club not in the Champions League.
Milinkovic-Savic, 27, has been regularly linked with a big move since arriving in Rome in 2015, but his contract expires in 2024 and he could move for around €70m this summer.
12.00 GMT: must sevilla Jules Conde Choosing Barcelona or Chelsea?
Craig Burley and Jan-Ige Fjoortoft discuss whether Chelsea or Barcelona are the best option for Jules Conde of Sevilla.
11.22 GMTReal Madrid interested in signing Gabriel Jesus From Manchester City this summer before joining Arsenal for £45m, Cadena Serre Reportsbut the striker’s Brazilian passport put the brakes on a deal, with Real Madrid’s three sites currently occupying teams from outside the European Union Vinicius Jr., Rodrigo And the Eder Militao.
Jesus, 25, has made an immediate impact on Arsenal, scoring four goals so far before the start of the season.
According to El Larguero’s offer from Cadena SER, Real Madrid were keen to include “a player like Gabriel Jesus who knows how to be a substitute, comes and scores goals”, with club and coach Carlo Ancelotti both in favor of his signature, before. Accepting that his nationality made moving impossible.
11.02 GMTEx-Real Madrid midfielder Jose Callejon she has Join Granada.
Callejon, 35, left Madrid in 2013 for Naples and has spent the past two years with Fiorentina.
10.55 GMT: Real Madrid striker Borja Mayoral He is “very close” to joining Getafe, mark Reports, as the League champions are looking to reduce their squad before the new season.
Mayoral, 25, a Madrid academy producer, spent the second half of last season on loan to Getafe, scoring six goals in 18 matches to help them ensure they remain in the top flight.
Getafe will pay a fee of around 10 million euros to sign Mayoral, according to Marca, with final details of a five-year contract now in the works.
10.17 GMT: Atletico Madrid believes in an agreement they will achieve Cristiano Ronaldo To the club “unacceptable” according to markWhile sources close to the player insist that “nothing can be ruled out”.
The paper lists the factors influencing a potential move, saying that Atletico currently have no place within their La Liga salary cap and will need to organize the departures of at least two players including Alvaro MorataWhich is linked to a return to Juventus.
However, Ronaldo will have to cut his salary on what he earns at Manchester United to make the deal possible, Marca reported, and in any case the 37-year-old will be concerned about how worried fans at both the former club and Real Madrid are. Atletico will react to his arrival.
09.44 GMT: Manchester United defender Brandon Williams They are being targeted by Brighton, he says The Daily Mirror.
Williams, 21, spent last season on loan at Norwich and does not appear to have a future with United.
Brighton will be keen on the left-back if Manchester City land at the left-back position Mark Cucurella About 50 million pounds sterling.
09.07 GMTFormer player of Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea Cesc Fabregas He is set to join FC Como in the second division, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Fabregas, 35, is a free agent after his contract with Monaco expired, after a season in which he played just six times.
Como last played in Serie A in 2002-03 and finished 13th in Serie B last year.
08.30 GMT: Barcelona President Joan Laporta Tell ESPN that Lionel MessiThe club’s “chapter” is “not over” and he considers it his responsibility to ensure that the striker has a “beautiful ending” at the Camp Nou.
Messi ended his 21-year spell at Barcelona when the club was unable to renew his contract last summer, with the forward later joining Paris Saint-Germain, helping him secure the Ligue 1 title.
“Messi was everything,” Laporta told ESPN exclusively. “For Barcelona, he was perhaps their greatest and most efficient player. For me he is only comparable to Johan Cruyff. But one day it had to happen. We had to make a decision as a result of what we inherited. The institution is in charge of players and coaches.
“I hope Messi’s chapter doesn’t come to an end. I think it’s our responsibility to try…to find a moment to fix this chapter, which is still open and not closed, so it turns out it should have been, and that it has a nicer ending.”
President Joan Laporta discusses Lionel Messi’s sudden exit from Barcelona after a year.
Paper Chat (by Abby Ingham)
– Harry Maguire He refused to move from Manchester United to Barcelona as part of a swap deal Frenkie de Jongreports Mirror. The 29-year-old center back and club captain has reportedly refused to leave Old Trafford this summer, and has decided to fight for his starting place next season after losing his fitness. This decision was reportedly influenced by new manager Eric Ten Hag, who considers Maguire a key figure in the dressing room.
Barcelona beat Chelsea with the transfer of the Seville defender Jules Condeto me sports. The Catalans are ready to sign the 23-year-old for four years and pay €50m to Sevilla, plus €10m in add-ons. The France international looked set to join Chelsea earlier this week, with the London side putting up a higher bid of €65m. However, Barcelona are willing to pay the fee in full up front, while the Blues have offered to pay in installments.
Chelsea eyes a transfer deal for Manchester United transfer target Denzel Dumfriesreports Gazzetta dello sport. The two Premier League teams will reportedly have to pay a fee of €40m or more for the 26-year-old Dutch full-back, Nerazzurri Looking forward to balancing their wage bill. Inter at first seemed to achieve this through the transmission Milan SkriniarBut his exit stalled with PSG unwilling to match the 27-year-old’s €80m price tag. Chelsea could renew their interest in the Dumfries, as they previously inquired about during negotiations Romelu Lukaku.
– Eintracht Frankfurt Philip Kostik Thinking of switching West Ham United, according to Build. The 29-year-old, who scored 15 assists and seven goals in 42 games last season, has yet to respond to the Bundesliga side’s offer of a three-year contract extension. The Serbia international is reportedly interested in a move to the Premier League, however, the midfielder will have to leave Champions League football behind as West Ham only compete in the Europa League.
– Paris Saint-Germain is looking to complete two transfers by next week, according to to liberate. Ligue 1 is already close to completing a five-year deal with RB Leipzig’s Nordy MukeleThe 24-year-old defender has reportedly reached an agreement on personal terms. The Parisians are also in advanced talks for a Lille star Renato SanchezBut negotiations over the 24-year-old midfielder are said to be developing too slowly for PSG sporting director Louis Campos, who wants the two transfer targets to join pre-season training.