The latest transfer rumours from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Van Beek decides to exit Feyenoord
After eight years and 118 appearances for Feyenoord, Sven van Beek has left his youth team to join Heerenveen. The Dutch centre-back will go through his medical examination at the Friesland side before putting pen to paper, says Voetbal International.
Roma look for Villareal winger
According to Calciomercato, Roma are gradually focusing their attention towards Villareal’s Alfonso Pedraza. In fact, along with the Serie A side, the 25-year-old left-back is on the radar of other big teams. These include AC Milan, Chelsea, and Barcelona.
Bayern approach Barcelona defender
As per reports from Mundo Deportivo, Bayern Munich are enquiring about Barcelona left-back Sergino Dest. It is believed that the German outfit is constantly searching for a right-back and would prefer to get their hands on the Barcelona man. It is highly possible that Sergi Roberto and Emerson Royal could be their targets. However, having previously linked with the USMNT star, Dest seems to be a probable alternative.
Gameiro leaves Valencia
Kevin Gameiro has officially made his return to Racing Strasbourg after 16 years of playing professional football. The Frenchman has agreed upon a two-year deal with the Ligue 1 side.
Liverpool youngster aims for Man Utd or Chelsea
As mentioned in Liverpool Echo, young talent Ethan Ennis is wanting to leave the club after denying Liverpool’s new contract offer. With Chelsea or Manchester United on the 16-year-old’s mind, it seems like he will join the Red Devils at the end.
Ancelotti wants a new defender at Madrid
New boss Carlo Ancelotti is aiming to sign Diogo Dalot from Manchester United on the grounds of Real Madrid. The full-back completed the last season on loan at AC Milan and seems to be favoured by the Italian manager. According to Mundo Deportivo, Ancelotti previously had his eyes on Dalot when he was managing Everton and is still monitoring him.