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Monday’s transfer rumors – Arsenal & Man Utd to do battle for £70m-rated Premier League star

Ruben Neves
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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.

Arsenal & Man Utd to do battle for £70m-rated Premier League star

Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves could be the subject of a transfer battle between Arsenal and Manchester United.

The 25-year-old Portuguese is under contract at Molineux until June 2024, but is open to a transfer. Wolves may, therefore, expect around £70 million for a sale. Recent reports have also linked Neves with Barcelona. [Mirror]

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Real Madrid shortlist Mbappe alternatives

AC Milan forward Rafael Leao and Benfica striker Darwin Nunez have emerged as possible Kylian Mbappe alternatives for Real Madrid.

After Mbappe’s shock PSG u-turn, Real Madrid now have a €200 million transfer budget with no salary cap problems. They may turn their focus onto forwards with star potential, instead of ready-made stars. This would make Leao and Nunez ideal targets. [Marca]

Koulibaly is hot on Juventus’ radar

Juventus are considering a move for Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.

The 30-year-old Senegalese will enter the final year of his contract in June and, despite Napoli’s hopes to retain him, Juventus feel he could help reinforce their defense for next season. [Tuttosport – in Italian]

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Barcelona dealt a blow in Raphinha talks

Leeds United survived on the last day of the Premier League season and, therefore, made a summer exit for Raphinha more difficult.

The 25-year-old winger’s representatives have agreed on personal terms with Barcelona. The deal, however, will take longer than expected. Thanks to Leeds’ Premier League survival, Barca must hold fresh talks with the Yorkshire club about a transfer fee. [Diario Sport – in Spanish]

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