PSG has issued a contractual ultimatum to Kylian Mbappe
PSG has issued a contractual ultimatum to Kylian Mbappe, urging him to either extend his contract or depart from the club during the upcoming summer transfer window.
Although Mbappe has expressed his desire to remain at PSG for another season, he has made it clear that he has no intention of renewing his current deal, which would potentially result in his departure as a free agent in a year.
Nevertheless, according to Le Parisien, PSG has cautioned Mbappe that they will not allow such a scenario to unfold, indicating that he will be sold this summer unless he promptly agrees to a new contract.
PSG has made an initial offer of €100 million for Osimhen
Victor Osimhen, the Napoli striker, has garnered significant attention from clubs such as Chelsea, Liverpool, and now PSG.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, PSG made an initial offer of €100 million, which was swiftly rejected by Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis, who is understandably hesitant to part ways with the player.
It is reported that De Laurentiis is seeking €200 million for Osimhen, and the asking price appears to be increasing rapidly as time goes by.
United is nearing an agreement with Inter for a €50 million deal involving Onana
Manchester United are edging closer to securing the services of Andre Onana, as they make headway in their pursuit of the goalkeeper. Erik ten Hag has expressed a strong desire to acquire a goalkeeper this summer, particularly with David de Gea's contract expiring soon and his future uncertain.
According to Sport Mediaset, United is nearing an agreement with Inter for a €50 million deal involving Onana, with the Italian club intending to utilize the funds to secure the signing of Romelu Lukaku. As potential cost-effective replacements in goal, Hugo Lloris or Keylor Navas have been mentioned.
Manchester United have no plans to bid for Mason Mount
Manchester United have no plans to engage in discussions with Chelsea regarding a potential transfer deal for Mason Mount. Despite having their third bid, consisting of £50 million plus £5 million in add-ons, turned down by Chelsea, the Blues expressed a willingness to meet in person to negotiate an agreement, while requesting £58 million and £7 million in add-ons.
According to Sky Sports, Manchester United deems it unnecessary to proceed with the face-to-face meeting as they have no intentions of enhancing their current offer.
Adrien Rabiot can come to Old Trafford on a free transfer
Adrien Rabiot is being considered as a potential addition to the Manchester United squad on a free transfer. The French midfielder's contract with Juventus is set to expire at the end of the month, and United's interest in him remains from their previous attempt to sign him last year. With the added allure of Champions League football this time around, Sky Sports reports that Rabiot could become a significant target for United, especially if they decide to part ways with Mason Mount.
Arsenal is considering Youssouf Fofana as an alternative if Rice deal fails
If unable to secure the signing of Declan Rice, Arsenal is considering Youssouf Fofana as an alternative option. While the Gunners still prioritize acquiring the West Ham captain and are expected to make a £100 million bid this week, there is also interest from Manchester City in Rice.
According to L'Equipe, if Arsenal fails to win the race for Rice, they might turn their attention to Monaco midfielder Fofana, who is likely to be attainable for a fee of around £30 million during this summer transfer window.
AC Milan has revived their pursuit of Ruben Loftus-Cheek
AC Milan has revived their pursuit of Ruben Loftus-Cheek, the Chelsea midfielder, following an agreement to transfer Sandro Tonali to Newcastle for £65 million.
The 27-year-old Loftus-Cheek, who is eligible for departure from Chelsea this summer, has emerged as a top priority for Milan. While Chelsea values him at £25 million, Milan is aiming to negotiate a reduced asking price of approximately £15 million due to Loftus-Cheek's one-year remaining contract.
Modric extends his Real Madrid contract
Real Madrid's Luka Modric has agreed to extend his contract by one year, as reported by Fabrizio Romano.
Despite receiving a substantial offer from Saudi Arabia, which was deemed as one of the "most lucrative salary proposals in football history," Modric opted to remain in Spain. With Modric's decision to stay, Carlo Ancelotti now has an abundance of impressive midfield options at his disposal.
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