Among the main information transfer window of the day, Mohamed Salah could leave Liverpool, a flop from Paris wants to return to England, OM are looking at a Lensois, Lyon agree with a Dutch international, Chelsea insist on De Ligt, Manchester City have found their third recruit, Arsenal are going to sign Jesus, Barcelona know the price of Lewandowski, Botman knows his future club…
After the departure of Sadio Mané, Liverpool could also lose Mohamed Salah this summer. One year from the end of his contract, the Egyptian international does not seem inclined to extend what would push the Reds to consider a sale so as not to see him leave free in a year. According The SunLiverpool would accept a departure of its star against the sum of 70 million euros.
A situation that would not have gone unnoticed by Real Madrid, which would leave the door open to an offer for the 30-year-old winger. After the Kylian Mbappé failure, the Merengue could try a big blow with Salah.
Matthijs de Ligt’s desire to leave for the Premier League did not leave Chelsea’s new owner unmoved. According Gianluca Di Marzio, the Blues would be ready to put 40 or 45 million euros plus Timo Werner in the balance to convince Juventus. The Dutch international would be Thomas Tuchel’s new defensive priority in place of Jules Koundé. Juve are not expected to accept this offer but have reportedly started talks with the Londoners.
At the same time, according to SportChelsea are reportedly demanding 13 million euros from Barca for the Spanish pair, César Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso.
According Calciomercato, AC Milan will contact Chelsea to obtain the loan with option to buy Moroccan international Hakim Ziyech. The Milanese could offer a loan paying around 6 million euros while the Blues no longer seem to really rely on the former Ajax winger.
According The Athletic, Arsenal and Manchester City have reached an agreement for the transfer of Gabriel Jesus against around 50 million euros. The Gunners must now find an agreement with the Brazilian international but the latter would give priority to the Londoners and should sign a 5-year contract.
At the same time, Manchester City will afford a third recruit for the same amount as the sale of Jesus in the person of Kalvin Phillips. The 26-year-old English international midfielder is expected to officially sign before his scheduled return from vacation to Leeds on July 4.
As mentioned by some German media, Bayern Munich would indeed ask for 50 million euros to let Robert Lewandowski go despite the denials of the Bavarian leaders, according to Sport. Barça would be close to offering 40 million. Will they be able to put 10 million more to put an end to the soap opera for good?
At the same time, Ousmane Dembélé continues to discuss an extension in Catalonia. Xavi would even have called him again to convince him to stay. Samuel Umtiti should leave Barça for him. The French defender wanted to return to Lyon, who do not seem interested, but would have touches in Italy, according to The Team.
According Gianluca Di Marzio, Lille and Newcastle are on the verge of reaching an agreement for the transfer of Sven Botman against the astronomical sum of 40 million euros plus bonus. The formalization should arrive in the next few hours while AC Milan still hoped there was little success in stealing the Dutch international.
Lille could also recruit Pedrinho. According Super EsportsLOSC would have made an offer of 14 million euros plus 4 million bonuses for the Brazilian attacking midfielder from Shakhtar Donetsk.
OL are on the verge of achieving the second big blow of their summer transfer window. According Fabrizio Romano and RMC, Lyon and Feyenoord Rotterdam would have reached an agreement for the transfer of Tyrell Malacia against 15 million euros. The Dutch international is set to replace Emerson at Lyon who has completed his loan spell and returned to Chelsea.
According RMC Sports, OM would be ready to put their hands in their pockets to recruit William Saliba. The Marseille leaders would be ready to put 25 or 30 million euros to convince Arsenal and bring back the French international for good. At the same time, Pablo Longoria multiplies the defensive tracks and would have sights on the Argentinian of RC Lens, Facundo Medina. The player would have caught the eye of Jorge Sampaoli in particular.
In addition, OM formalized the arrival of three young players who will first join the reserve team: the 18-year-old Belgian goalkeeper, Jelle Van Neck, the former Galatasaray player, Bartug Elmaz, and the great hope of Cameroonian football, Régis Mughe.
On the departure side, the Phocaeans may have found a miraculous way out to get rid of Kévin Strootman. OM and Hellas Verona would negotiate for the arrival of the Dutch international in Italy. It remains to be seen whether this will be on loan or a transfer one year from the end of his contract.
Prone to greatly slim down, PSG could get rid of their flop of the season, Georginio Wijnaldum. Like this winter, the Dutch international would like to return to the Premier League and would be tracked by several English clubs. Despite his Liverpool past, Everton would like to sign the 31-year-old midfielder. West Ham, Leicester and Wolverhampton are also in the running, according to Liverpool Echo.