The summer transfer window is approaching, and there is a lot of gossip swirling around who is moving in. Transfer Talk app brings you the latest news about rumors, comings and goings, and of course, completed deals!
Important story: Man United move to Brentford’s Eriksen
Manchester United have a lot of problems to solve this summer, and new boss Erik ten Hag has already laid out a plan to bring the Brentford side. Christian Eriksen to the club, according to Daily Star.
The 30-year-old has returned to the Premier League this season after suffering a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020. In a remarkable comeback is the midfielder, who previously played for Ajax Amsterdam and Tottenham Hotspur before spending a year at Inter. Milan have signed a short-term agreement with Brentford that expires this summer.
Ten Hag’s Ajax allowed Eriksen to train with them earlier this year as he sought a contract after proving his fitness, and the Dutch manager is keen to bring him to Old Trafford on a free transfer when his contract expires.
Tottenham are also keen to bring Eriksen back to the club as he has scored one goal and three assists in seven games so far, while Brentford are also hoping they can convince him to stay.
The head of the bees, Thomas Frank, said: sky After Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Tottenham: “I would say I am confident, I am very positive and very hopeful that he will stay, but that will be a decision at the end of the season.
“I will do what I can but it is up to Christian, where it is all if you decide to go to one club or another, buy this house or another house, take on this job or another job. There should be pros and cons and I always say that if you make a decision Eight to two, where you have eight pros and cons, you’re in a good position.
“I hope Christian makes the right decision for him and his family and I really hope it’s us.”
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Shaka Hislop says Gabriel Jesus should replace Manchester City with Arsenal if rumors of an interest in Mikel Arteta are true.
11.21 GMT: Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola admitted that the striker’s future Gabriel Jesus In the club is uncertain.
Jesus scored four goals in City’s 5-1 win over Watford on Saturday, more than doubling his tally in the Premier League this season, as the Brazil international has started just 17 times in the competition this season.
The 25-year-old, whose contract expires in 2023, has been linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer transfer window, and after the match Guardiola said: “I want to tell you something, Gabriel is our player. I don’t know what will happen but he is a Manchester City player.”
When asked if he wanted the player who joined from Palmeiras in 2017 to stay in the federation, Guardiola said: “What we have done this season with Gabriel, Gabriel is one of the best. But every player is happy here when you are playing all the time 90 minutes in every game.
“Maybe at the end of the season he says, ‘No, I don’t want to sign the contract,'” [or] We convince him to stay, he might decide, “I want more minutes, I want to leave.” no one knows.”
Dawson: Gabriel Jesus’ outstanding performance sends a message to Guardiola
10.35 GMT: Both Tottenham Hotspur and Leeds United have spotted the young creative midfielder at Bristol City Alex ScottThe daily mirror reports.
Scott has become a regular first-team player for the championship team this season, scoring four goals and assisting in 36 games in 2021-22 after making his debut last April.
The 18-year-old could be available this summer for £10m despite being under contract until 2025, the Mirror reports, as Bristol City struggles to comply with the EFL’s profit and sustainability rules.
09.48 GMT: Leicester City targets PSV Eindhoven midfielder Ibrahim Sinjar Like a summer signature if Yuri Tillmans Leave the club, according to the sun.
Sancar, 24, impressed during the last Europa League quarter-final between the two teams, with Leicester winning 2-1 on aggregate thanks to their win in the second leg in the Netherlands.
But the Ivory Coast international showed enough during the tiebreak to convince Leicester he deserved the £30m transfer fee Eindhoven want.
Tillmans’ contract expires at the end of next season, and the Belgium international has said in the past that he is keeping his options open amid interest from top clubs in the Premier League and Europe.
09.00 GMT: Antonio Rudiger He is set to leave Chelsea at the end of the season with two candidates for Real Madrid to sign the defender on a free transfer, sources have reported to James Ole of ESPN.
The 29-year-old’s contract will expire this summer and he has refused to offer a new deal, which is understood to have fetched upwards of £200,000 a week.
Chelsea’s ability to negotiate has been hampered by the restrictions imposed after the UK government imposed sanctions on outgoing owner Roman Abramovich over his ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Under a special license granted to the club to continue operating while the sale is negotiated, Chelsea cannot agree to any new contracts with any players which has created a window of opportunity that Real Madrid and other clubs are looking to exploit.
Sources have told ESPN that Rudiger has offers on the table in excess of the terms offered by Chelsea and that the extension has been further complicated by the demands of agents due to high fees for his representatives and a £10m zone entry fee.
The Paper Gesture (by John Molyneux Carter)
Bayern Munich and Manchester United are interested in signing the Leipzig midfielder Konrad LaimerThe journalist claims Nico Shira. The Austria international has a contract that expires in 2023 and has previously attracted interest from Liverpool. At 24, the defensive midfielder has plenty of potential for improvement, and current Manchester United interim manager Ralph Rangnick is said to have recommended Plemer to the board of directors.
Arsenal will seek to boost its attacking power this summer Alexandre Lacazette And Edward Nketia You are scheduled to leave on free transfers. Former Chelsea striker Tammy AbrahamHe, who now plays under Jose Mourinho at Roma, is one of the names on the club’s shortlist, he says Daily StarThe England international would cost in the region €60m if a deal was struck.
Leicester City are keen to sign the PSV Eindhoven midfielder Ibrahim Sinjaraccording to the sun. Sancar, 24, played against Leicester in the Europa League quarter-final first leg earlier this month and has also been linked with a move to Aston Villa. However, Brendan Rodgers is keen to get his man first, and is said to be offering a transfer fee of around €35m.
– Gazzetta dello sport reports that Rodrigo de Bol He could offer a loan from Atletico Madrid to Inter Milan this summer. De Paul moved to the LaLiga champions over the summer for around €35m from Udinese, but he has not settled in Spain and wants to return to Italy. The Argentina international is keen to move forward, but Inter may only be able to offer him an initial loan because they have financial problems.
• Tottenham is ready to offer about 25 million euros to sign the right-back Inter Milan Denzel DumfriesAs the journalist says, Akram Connor. The 26-year-old Netherlands international has been a key player for the Italian club this season, but Inter need to raise funds and would be willing to accept an offer of €40m. Tottenham want to sign a new right-back this summer and Torino Wilfried Sengo It has also been linked to a switch to London.