Transfer News: Round up
Premier League big guns are set to be busy this transfer window as Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United have already started making bids and buys.
Arsenal will head into the offseason with a new manager in charge for the first time in 2 decades. Former PSG boss Unai Emery will be the man after having a change of heart at the last minute, he’s already close to his new Arsenal signing.
At Old Trafford, Jose Mourinho is ready to spend big again to reinforce his team for the title bid next season. On top of his wish list is a new left-back and central midfielder and also a big money move for Real Madrid’s Bale.
Liverpool had a near success in Champions League and will be looking to end their League title drought next season. They have boosted their squad with the arrival of Navy Keith, and Monaco’s Fabinho.
Chelsea may be looking for a new manager, but their London rivals is sure to keep Mauricio Pochettino as he extended his contract for the next 5 years.
Transfer News: Liverpool
Lyon Fekir is not make a decision regarding a move to Liverpool until after the World Cup. This is a little blow to the Reds as this will increase the options available to I’m if he puts a show in Russia.
Fekir himself spoke to journalist after France’s 2-0 win over Ireland that’s he won’t make any move until after World Cup.
Liverpool are on the lookout for a new goalkeeper after Loris Karius’ dismal performance in Champions League final. Allison and Jan Oblak are topping their list.
Transfer News: Manchester United
Jose Mourinho could be on a £250million spending spree this summer as he hopes to add some more trophies to Old Trafford cabinet.
After a trophy less season Mourinho is targeting Toby Alderweireld, Fred of Shakhtar Donetsk, Jorginho from Napoli and Jean Micheal from OGC NICE. Manchester United have also triggered Porto’s right-back Diogo Dalot release clause (20m).
Also rumours of Gareth Bale have been making rounds.
Transfer News: Chelsea
Manchester City are considering to offer Chelsea’s Eden Hazard a salary of a £300k-a-week. According to the Star, Pep is looking to break a British transfer record by offering £100million for the Belgian international.
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