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Saturday’s transfer rumors – Juventus line up two Ronaldo replacements

Saturday's transfer rumors - Juventus line up two Ronaldo replacements
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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.

Juventus line up two Ronaldo replacements

Moise Kean and Eden Hazard are both reportedly on Juventus’ transfer wishlist as potential Cristiano Ronaldo replacements.

The Bianconeri have no interest in Arsenal captain Pierre Aubameyang. Re-signing Kean from Everton is the priority. The forward would be happy to return to Turin, and Juventus could seal a deal soon. [Fabrizio Romano]

As for Hazard, Juventus have allegedly looked into signing him. The Old Lady would like a loan deal, as it leaves them enough money to re-sign Miralem Pjanic from Barcelona. Hazard could consider a move to Italy as his opportunities at Real Madrid may suffer if Kylian Mbappe arrives. [Marca]

Manchester United make Cavani decision

Despite Cristiano Ronaldo’s return, Manchester United have ‘no plans to sell’ Edinson Cavani.

The former Paris St-Germain striker, who is under contract at Old Trafford until next summer, is ‘still very much in United’s plans’. [MEN]

Casemiro signs new Real Madrid contract until 2025

Could Mbappe join Real Madrid in January instead?

Despite continued talks with Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid could postpone a transfer deal for Kylian Mbappe until January.

While PSG have not rejected Real Madrid’s second bid of €170 million, the Spanish giants feel the Parisians are ‘not being practical in their negotiations’. Therefore, they could delay a deal by the start of 2022.

Should that be the case, Mbappe can sign a pre-contract agreement with Real Madrid for a free transfer next summer. [Sky Sports News]

Everton to swap James Rodriguez for Luis Diaz?

Rafael Benitez hopes to complete a swap deal that would allow Luis Diaz to join Everton from Porto and see James Rodriguez go in the opposite direction.

The Everton boss also has eyes on his former Newcastle United and Dalian Professional striker Salomon Rondon. The 31-year-old is keen to leave China in favor of a Premier League return.

Benitez is also adamant that Richarlison is going nowhere amid transfer links with Paris Saint-Germain. [The Telegraph]