Latest Transfer News : The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams
Skysportsball takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and all over Europe ahead of the opening of the summer window.
Latest Transfer News
BAYERN Munich TO PAY ALEXIS €480K-A-WEEK
Latest Transfer News Bayern are willing to make Alexis Sanchez their highest paid player next season, and pay him €480,000 a week, according to Kicker.
The Chilean international has been linked with a move away from Arsenal this summer, with both Munich and Manchester City interested, but the Germans are ready to eclipse Robert Lewandowski’s €288,000 weekly wage to bring Alexis to the Bundesliga.
BARCELONA BACK IN FOR BELLERIN
Hector Bellerin will be the Main Suspect of a £40 million bid from Barca, according to The Mirror.
Despite signing a new contract in November 2016, the right-back continues to be linked to a return to the Catalunia side, though Arsenal are likely to reject it.
ZIDANE WANTS MBAPPE FOR BALE IN MADRID
Zidane is willing to sacrifice Bale place in the Real Madrid squad in order to sign Kylian Mbappe from Monaco, according to Don Balon.
The Real Madrid coach has told president Perez he only wants the Monaco striker if he can get rid of a star player. Although Karim Benzema seems the natural one for Mbappe to replace,Zidane Zidane would rather reinvent his compatriot on the left wing in place of Bale to support Cristiano Ronaldo in Attack.
BARCELONA WEIGH UP COSTA BID
Latest Transfer News Barca are considering making a move for Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa in transfer, according to Sport.
The Brazilian & Bavarians could cost around €40 million and has attracted interest from PSG and Tottenham, but Barcelona could make an offer this summer.
LIONEL MESSI AGREES NEW BARCA DEAL
Messi has agreed a new contract at Barca that will see him remain at Camp Nou until 2021 summer, according to Cadena SER.
The new terms also includes the option of a further year being added onto his deal as well as a release clause of €400 million in contract.
CHELSEA FC OFFER MATIC TO JUVENTUS
Chelsea have offered Nemanja Matic to Juventus in a bid to get Leonardo Bonucci to Stamford Bridge, according to The Sun.
Conte is keen to reunite with the Italy international, and has made an opening offer of £48 million plus Matic for the centre-back in transfers.
TOTTENHUM WANT £60M FOR KYLE WALKER
Spurs have increased their asking price for defender Kyle Walker to £60 million, according to the Daily Mirror.
Manchester City are also keen to sign the England international Full Back, but the Spurs outfit feel offers have been too low given the fees being paid for otheer.
REAL MADRID REJECT MAN UTD’S MORATA BID
Manchester United approach for Alvaro Morata has been rejected by Real Madrid this month, according to Sky Sports.
The Spanish wonder kid was subject to a bid worth £52.4 million (€60m) by the Red Devils, but that has fallen short of the European champion’s asking price of £78million.
LIVERPOOL SALAH BID STALLS
Liverpool’s bid for AS Roma winger Mohamed Salah has hit a hiccup and as such they are studying other possibilities, Sky Sports reports.
Klopp is looking at Sporting CP winger Gelson Martins, who has been valued at £40 million. In both cases, talks are ongoing in transfers.
ARSENE WENGER HOLDS LACAZETTE TALKS
Arsenal manager Wenger has held talks with Lyon over a move for striker Alexandre Lacazette this summer, according to The Sun.
The veteran coach was in France this week with chief executive Ivan Gazidis to meet Lyon president Jean-Michael Aulas, hoping to agree a fee for the France international Striker.
And the Gunners are hopeful a contract worth £200,000 per week will tempt Lacazette to move to London.
UNITED & CHELSEA EYE DYBALA
Manchester United and Chelsea are both showing an interest in signing Juventus forward Paulo Dybala , according to Mundo Deportivo.
Manchester United are set to miss out on signing Antoine Griezmann following Atletico Madrid’s failure to appeal their transfer ban, and see Dybala as a potential alternative.
Chelsea, meanwhile, remain concerned they could lose Eden Hazard to Real Madrid despite his recent ankle injury and could require a replacement.