The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Chelsea willing to offer Abraham and Kepa for Kane
The Blues plan to offer several players in a transfer bid for Harry Kane.
Striker Tammy Abraham and goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, who share a combined market value of €53 million, are reportedly included in Chelsea’s player-plus-cash offer to Tottenham.
Despite this offer, Chelsea still fear Spurs won’t do business with them. [ESPN]
Fernandinho to stay at Manchester City?
The 36-year-old midfielder has reportedly agreed on a new one-year deal with Manchester City.
Fernandinho was expected to leave this summer. The Brazilian, though, remains a key figure in Pep Guardiola’s squad even in his mid-thirties. Therefore, City have decided he is too valuable to let go. [The Times]
Napoli plan summer clear-out
The Partenopei will transfer list Kalidou Koulibaly and Fabian Ruiz, Elseid Hysaj and Nikola Maksimovic can leave as free agents, and Tiemoue Bakayoko will return to Chelsea once his loan spell ends.
Kolasinac to leave Arsenal
Sead Kolasinac is set to cut ties with Arsenal in the summer.
The 27-year-old full-back has spent the second part of the 2020/21 campaign on loan at boyhood club Schalke, who would love to sign him on a permanent deal despite their relegation from the Bundesliga.
But Kolasinac, who is under contract with Arsenal until 2022, is also on Lazio’s radar. [Football London]
Zaha ready to leave Crystal Palace
Wilfried Zaha has opened the door for an exit from Crystal Palace this summer.
The former Manchester United winger has been of transfer interest to several big clubs in the past, including Arsenal, and is eager to challenge for silverware in his career.
“I feel like I can have another shot at the top teams because my dream is to win things,” Zaha told The Face. “I’m good enough to go out there and compete with the best
“If the opportunity came, I wouldn’t turn it down, because I feel like I deserve it. It’s so I can show my kids: ‘This is what daddy won.’”