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Serie A Clubs Eye Liverpool’s Carvalho; Newcastle, Tottenham, AC Milan, and PSG in the Mix

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As the summer transfer window approaches, European clubs are already making moves and scouting potential targets. Here’s the latest buzz on rumors, comings, goings, and done deals.

TOP STORY: Serie A clubs circle forgotten Liverpool star

Liverpool midfielder Fábio Carvalho has caught the eye of Italian clubs after an impressive loan spell at Hull City, according to Fabrizio Romano. Carvalho, who joined Liverpool from Fulham in 2022, has struggled for playing time at Anfield but has excelled during his loan stint, scoring eight goals in 16 appearances for Hull City in the Championship. Romano reports that while Liverpool are pleased with Carvalho’s progress, several Italian clubs are monitoring his situation. With Jurgen Klopp set to leave Liverpool at the end of the season, Carvalho’s future at the club remains uncertain, leaving the door open for a potential move to Serie A.


  • Newcastle United: The Magpies have identified Nottingham Forest midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White as a potential replacement for Bruno Guimarães, reports The Mirror. Newcastle may need to offload players to comply with Premier League Financial Fair Play regulations, potentially paving the way for Guimarães to leave. Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City are reportedly interested in the Brazilian midfielder, whose release clause is around £100 million.
  • Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs are reportedly eyeing Leicester City midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, with a potential transfer fee ranging between £30 million to £40 million, per Football Insider. Leicester’s failure to secure promotion back to the Premier League could see them part ways with several players, including Dewsbury-Hall.
  • AC Milan: The Rossoneri are still pursuing a deal for Bologna forward Joshua Zirkzee, despite interest from Arsenal, according to Calciomercato. Zirkzee’s impressive performances in Serie A have made him a priority target for Milan, but competition from Arsenal could complicate negotiations.
  • Paris Saint-Germain: PSG is reportedly interested in Barcelona winger Lamine Yamal, reports Nicolo Schira. The 16-year-old’s contract with Barcelona runs until 2026, but PSG’s interest could lead to a potential transfer battle for the talented youngster.
  • Newcastle United: The Magpies are expected to begin contract talks with defender Kieran Trippier, as reported by Football Insider. Trippier’s current deal expires next year, leaving Newcastle vulnerable to losing him on a free transfer if an agreement isn’t reached.

As the summer transfer window approaches, clubs across Europe are actively pursuing their targets, with the potential for significant squad overhauls and high-profile signings. Stay tuned for more updates as the transfer market heats up.