The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Juventus could trade Ronaldo for either Pogba or Icardi
The Bianconeri would consider swapping Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer transfer window for either Paul Pogba or Mauro Icardi.
Manchester United are reportedly keeping tabs on Ronaldo. Juventus are aware of this and would be open to offering the 36-year-old in a direct swap deal involving a 28-year-old Paul Pogba.
Icardi, meanwhile, has been a long-term target. And with Ronaldo linked to Paris Saint-Germain, Juve would be willing to discuss a deal if the former Inter Milan striker is included. [Gazzetta dello Sport]
Tottenham eye Jesus-Kane trade deal
Manchester City could tempt Tottenham into selling Harry Kane by offering Gabriel Jesus in a player-plus-cash deal.
City would reportedly have to offer the Lilywhites around £70 million to sweeten the deal. The Premier League champions may also offer defender Nathan Ake as an alternative. A striker of Jesus’ caliber, though, would be a more attractive proposition for Spurs. [Star]
AC Milan to make their move for Tomori
The Rossoneri will begin talks with Chelsea to sign Fikayo Tomori on a permanent deal on Monday following an impressive loan spell.
Milan have a €28 million buy option included in the defender’s loan deal. The price, however, is a little too expensive. The club’s chiefs are on a limited budget and will try to negotiate a lower transfer fee with Chelsea on Monday. [Sport Witness]
Arsenal set £17m price tag for Xhaka
The Gunners have slapped a £17 million price tag on Granit Xhaka.
AS Roma manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly keen to sign the Swiss midfielder this summer. And while Xhaka is happy at Arsenal, the lure of joining the ‘Special One’ tempts him. [Gazzetta dello Sport – in Italian]
PSG strike deal to sign Hakimi
Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly struck an agreement to sign Achraf Hakimi.
Inter Milan are reluctant to part with the 22-year-old, but the club’s financial troubles suggest a sale is inevitable. It’s understood over €80 million is needed in player sales this summer.
Therefore, Hakimi has an agreement in principle to join PSG for next season. [RMC Sport – in French]