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Monday’s transfer rumors – Xavi tells SIX Barcelona players they have no future at the club

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Xavi tells SIX Barcelona players they have no future at the club

Riqui Puig, Neto, Oscar Mingueza, Clement Lenglet, Samuel Umtiti, and Moussa Wague are all available for a summer transfer.

Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez has told these six players that they are not part of his plans. He has given them an extra week off to resolve their futures. [Diario Sport – in Spanish]

Arsenal to step up efforts to sign Martinez

The Gunners have a meeting scheduled with Ajax to discuss their interest in Lisandro Martinez.

Manchester United have already tabled a bid worth €45 million for the 24-year-old defender, although Ajax are believed to be holding out for a transfer fee of around €50 million. [Athletic]

Frenkie de Jong is ‘very unlikely’ to take a pay cut

Silva wants to join Barcelona

Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva has reportedly told his agent, Jorge Mendes, that he wants a transfer to Barcelona.

Pep Guardiola’s side seek €100 million for the Portugal international, although Barcelona hope to reduce the asking price by €40 million.

Read the full story here on Ace Football

Man Utd line-up move for Ronaldo replacement

Manchester United will step up their attempts to sign Antony from Ajax if Cristiano Ronaldo leaves in the summer.

According to various reports, Ronaldo has handed in a transfer request at Old Trafford. The 37-year-old’s decision has handed new manager Erik ten Hag an unwelcome dilemma. [Daily Mirror]

Arsenal are not trying to re-sign Serge Gnabry

Could Wijnaldum re-join PSV?

PSV Eindhoven are keen on re-signing Georginio Wijnaldum from Paris Saint-Germain.

The 31-year-old midfielder joined PSG on a free transfer from Liverpool last summer. However, he has struggled to make his mark in Paris and could make an early exit. [Eindhovens Dagblad – in Dutch]