Live transfer news from around Europe’s top five leagues, right from the Premier League to Bundesliga.
MILAN PREPARING A BID FOR DE KETELAERE
AC Milan arre preparing a bid for talented Belgian youngster Charles De Ketelaere at around €30M. Personal terms with the player won’t be an issue, it’s down to Club Brugge now.
MERTENS WILLING TO TAKE A WAGE CUT TO STAY AT NAPOLI
Belgian forward Dries Mertens is willing to take a wage cut of €500,000 to stay at Napoli, according to DiMarzio. He is currently out of contract and has been approached by Olympique Marseille.
BRENTFORD ANNOUNCE THE SIGNING OF HICKEY
Brentford have announced the signing of Scottish right back Aaron Hickey from Bologna for €22m total fee with add-ons included. He has signed his long term contract for the Bees.
RENNES SET TO LEAVE NEGOTIATIONS FOR UMTITI
Rennes are set to leave negotiations for French center back Samuel Umtiti with FC Barcelona as they want to sign Morato from Benfica. Barcelona are still pushing to sell him this summer.
DEMBELE REPORTEDLY AGREES TO EXTEND HIS CONTRACT
French winger Ousmane Dembélé has reportedly agreed on a contract extension at FC Barcelona. According to MundoDeportivo, the new contract will be a 2 year deal including a 40% wage reduction.
CITY CONSIDERING PAU TORRES AS AKE REPLACEMENT
Manchester City are weighing up their options to replace the potentially departing Dutch center back Nathan Ake, as he has reportedly agreed personal terms with Chelsea. Pau Torres, Jules Koundé and Josko Gvardiol are all on the wishlist.
FIORENTINA ANNOUNCE SIGNING OF JOVIC
Fiorentina have announced the signing of Serbian striker Luka Jovic from Real Madrid on a permanent basis. He has signed a contract till 2024.
SEVILLA SIGN MARCÃO
Sevilla have confirmed the signing of former Galatasaray centre back Marcão. He will join the Spanish club on a contract till 2027, with the transfer fee amounting to €12m plus €3m in add-ons.
ZAGADOU IS AN OPTION FOR INTER
Inter are looking for options at central defensive roles, and Dan Axel Zagadou has come up as a candidate for the Nerrazzuri. They had direct meeting with his agent Moussa Sissoko. Zagadou is available on free from Dortmund after spending many years over there.
JOE ARIBO TO SOUTHAMPTON IS A DONE DEAL!
Joe Aribo has signed his contract for Southampton, it’s a done deal as Fabrizio Romano confirms. He’ll be moving to the Saints on a permanent move from Rangers, for a transfer fee of £6m plus add-ons to add up to a potential £10m package.
LAZIO SET TO SIGN ROMAGNOLI
Lazio are set to sign Italian central defender Alessio Romagnoli on a free transfer from AC Milan this summer according to DiMarzio. The former Milan captain will sign with Lazio until 2027. He turned down an approach from Fulham.
ROMA CONSIDERING MOVE FOR ZAHA
AS Roma are considering a move for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha this summer. He is really appreciated by the board and their manager Jose Mourinho. No discussion have been there with Palace as of now, but talks are expected to happen anytime soon.
SPURS ANNOUNCE SIGNING OF LENGLET
Tottenham Hotspur have announced the signing of French defender Clement Lenglet on a 1 year loan deal from FC Barcelona. No buy option has been included in the deal.
CHELSEA AGREE PERSONAL TERMS WITH AKE
Chelsea have agreed personal terms with the Dutch central defender Nathan Ake according to Telegraph’s Matt Law. Raheem Sterling is also agreed on personal terms with the Blues. The deals have entered advanced negotiations with Manchester City regarding transfer fee.
RONALDO WON’T TRAVEL WITH UNITED SQUAD FOR PRE SEASON
Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo won’t be a part of Manchester United’s pre season squad this summer. The reason cited by the player is ‘personal issues’. He has been linked to several top European clubs this summer amidst his uncertain future at the Old Trafford.
LEWANDOWSKI IS PSG’s NO.1 TARGET
The Polish talismanic forward Robert Lewandowski is still PSG’s priority signing this summer as per a report by Lequipe. They want to pair him up with Kylian Mbappe in their frontline at any costs.