The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Dortmund set €200m price tag on Haaland
Borussia Dortmund have set a €200million price tag on Erling Haaland amid heavy transfer interest.
The 20-year-old striker is a top target for several clubs ahead of the summer transfer window. Therefore, Dortmund have now set an asking price for any side that attempts to sign him. [AS – in Spanish]
Odegaard remains Arsenal’s main target
Bringing Martin Odegaard back either on a loan or permanent transfer deal remains Arsenal’s main target.
The club’s technical director Edu is confident he can strike a deal with Real Madrid for Odegaard. He is determined to do so after losing out on Emi Buendia to Aston Villa. [Football London]
Barcelona to swap Roberto for Laporte?
Improved relations between Barcelona and Manchester City could lead to a surprise swap deal this summer.
Barcelona have reportedly shown interest in Aymeric Laporte. The Catalan club could offer full-back Sergi Roberto, a player Pep Guardiola likes, to Manchester City in exchange for the central defender. [Sport – in Spanish]
PSG hijack Barcelona’s move for Wijnaldum
A very lucrative last-minute approach from Paris Saint-Germain has convinced Georginio Wijnaldum to reject Barcelona.
The Dutch midfielder is now set to complete a free transfer from Liverpool to PSG in the summer.
Read the full story here on Ace Football.
Could Juventus sign Depay?
Another Wijnaldum saga could happen as Juventus consider taking a leaf out of PSG’s book.
Bianconeri boss Massimiliano Allegri is keen on Memphis Depay. The Lyon ace is a free agent this summer and is expected to join Barcelona. Any transfer approach from Juventus, however, hinges on whether Cristiano Ronaldo leaves. [Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish]
Sarri could become the next Lazio manager
Lazio could appoint former Juventus and Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri as their next manager this week.
If this is the case, the 62-year-old will replace Simone Inzaghi, who is now the new Inter Milan boss, in the Italian capital. [Corriere dello Sport – in Italian]