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Friday’s transfer rumors – Juventus’ top target revealed

Friday's transfer rumors - Juventus' top target revealed
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The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.

Locatelli is a top transfer target for Juventus

Sassuolo midfielder Manuel Locatelli has become a top transfer target for Juventus.

The Bianconeri rate Locatelli highly and have made signing him in the summer transfer window a top priority. [Calciomercato]

West Ham enter the race for Aarons

Despite Norwich City winning promotion back to the Premier League, Max Aarons is free to leave the club in the summer.

Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Tottenham are all reportedly interested in signing the £30 million-rated full-back.

Now West Ham have allegedly joined the European giants in the race for Aarons. [Independent]

Manchester United receive Sancho boost

Ed Woodward’s departure as executive vice-chairman could hand Manchester United a transfer boost in Jadon Sancho.

Woodward has a somewhat frosty relationship with Borussia Dortmund, having refused to offer bids anywhere near the club’s valuation of Sancho or take their stance seriously in the past.

But as Woodward is set to leave before the end of the year, United could have a better chance at signing Sancho. [Daily Star]

Liverpool extend Tom Clayton’s contract

Cavani reiterates desire to leave Manchester United

Edinson Cavani has reiterated his desire to leave Manchester United following a meeting with club officials.

The 34-year-old seeks a return to South America to be close to family as he nears the end of his career.

Argentinian club Boca Juniors have been strongly linked with a move for Cavani recently. [Depo – in Spanish]

Klinsmann refuses to rule out Tottenham comeback

Jurgen Klinsmann claims ‘anything is possible’ in regards to him becoming the next Tottenham manager.

The former striker played for Spurs in two separate spells between 1994 and 1998. He last coached at Hertha BSC in Germany before resigning in February 2020. [ESPN]

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