The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Milik’s fresh buy-out clause terms at Marseille
According to reports from Calciomercato, Marseille’s Arkadiusz Milik has an exit clause included in his agreement of €12 million. The Poland international moved to the French team last month from Napoli on a one-year loan deal. However, it is possible that he might look for another option if his release clause is met by a suitor in the summer. Milik has so far managed to net one goal in two games for Marseille.
Dortmund desires to sell Sancho and keep faith in Haaland
Both youngsters are heavily linked to massive transfer deals. Though, as per reports from the German media outlet Bild, Borussia Dortmund wants to release Jadon Sancho and continue working with Erling Haaland this summer. As you may know, many European clubs are in pursuit of both the superstars, but Dortmund prefers to keep the Norwegian forward in the squad.
Tottenham chief hovering over Mourinho decision
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will confirm his decision regarding Jose Mourinho’s future at the club after the end of the season per ESPN. It is clearly visible that the Portuguese boss has been struggling with the team in the Premier League. That being said, Mourinho has until the end of the campaign to show that they can bounce back in the domestic league.
Arsenal in a tussle with Barcelona for a youngster
As per Mundo Deportivo, Arsenal are ready to fight for Sevilla youngster Bryan Gil, who is also linked with Barcelona. Gil has a release clause of £35 million on his head. But the amount might potentially change with his contract coming to an end. Therefore, if he signs a new deal with Sevilla, he would extend his deal through to 2025. Which would then make things difficult for Arsenal as they might not be able to afford him.
Barcelona rejects €150 million deal for Fati from Man United
Ansu Fati was one of the many players who was linked to different suitors in Europe. According to Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona turned down a 150 million bid for the Spaniard from Manchester United during the summer. In addition to that, the Catalan giants have rejected offers for Pedri and Francisco Trincao this summer. Bayern Munich was another club that showed interest after the English team.