Galtier, PSG, Lewandowski, Mané… All the news and rumors for Wednesday June 22

Galtier, PSG, Lewandowski, Mané… All the news and rumors for Wednesday June 22

10:34 am

Chelsea announce new board

Following its takeover by Todd Boehly, Chelsea have announced their new board of directors. These include Behdad Eghbali and José E. Feliciano, co-owners of Chelsea, and co-founders and managing partners of Clearlake Capital, Mark Walter, co-owner of Chelsea, co-founder and CEO of Guggenheim Partners, owner of Los Angeles DodgersLos Angeles Lakers and LA Sparks or Lord Daniel Finkelstein OBE, columnist and former editor of the Times.


Martial sold off by Manchester United

After an inconclusive loan to Sevilla FC (1 goal), Anthony Martial could leave Manchester United for good. According to Manchester Evening News, the Red Devils would be ready to let the Frenchman leave for 23 million euros. The attacker had cost 60 in 2015. Only problem, no suitor came forward.

10:01 a.m.

A new defender at Southampton

20-year-old defender Armel Bella-Kotchap has signed a four-year contract with Southampton. The operation will bring 11 million to Bochum, a record for the German club.


Arsenal’s first offer for Raphinha

In parallel with the Gabriel Jesus file, Arsenal have reportedly submitted a first offer for Brazilian winger Raphinha. According to David Ornstein, the Gunners’ offer would fall short of Leeds’ expectations and should be rejected.


Haller at Borussia Dortmund, it’s imminent

According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, Ajax and Borussia Dortmund have reached an agreement for the transfer of Sébastien Haller. The Ivorian striker would replace Erling Haaland, who left for Manchester City. The move could net the Dutch club €35m.


Jessy Deminguet will leave SM Caen

While the Stade Malherbe de Caen has already formalized three recruits, the co-owner of SMC Pierre-Antoine Capton has confirmed that Jessy Deminguet (24) will leave. Strasbourg and Lille are favorites to host it.


Newcastle get their new goalkeeper

Not convinced by the duo Dubravska – Darlow, Eddie Howe would have made Nick Pope his priority. The Burnley goalkeeper (30 years old), relegated to the Championship, should engage with the Magpies by the weekend.


Lens formalizes Buksa

RC Lens formalized Tuesday evening June 22 the arrival of Polish international Adam Buksa from the United States where he was playing with the New England Revolution. The striker will evolve for five seasons in the North.


Return to Inter Milan in sight for Lukaku

According to the English site The Athletic, an agreement has been reached for the return of Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan. The player would be loaned one year by Chelsea, for an amount of 8 million euros. No purchase option would be included in the transaction.


Motta and La Spezia, it’s (already) over

According to RMC Sport, Thiago Motta is set to leave La Spezia. The former PSG player will have spent only one season on the bench of the Italian club.


Minamino, AS Monaco’s first recruit?

Striker Takumi Minamino is on the way to joining the ranks of AS Monaco. An agreement has reportedly been reached between ASM and Liverpool for the transfer of the Japanese international. The transfer fee would be 18 million euros, including bonuses.


Yesterday, Sadio Mané landed in Germany to undergo his medical examination with Bayern Munich, while Arsenal formalized the arrival of Fabio Vieira and Mario Götze joined Eintracht Frankfurt.


Hello everyone and welcome to this direct transfer window for the day of Wednesday, June 22.

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