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Sunday’s transfer rumors – Liverpool’s latest target revealed

Sunday's transfer rumors - Liverpool's newest target revealed
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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.

Could Raphinha join Liverpool?

Raphinha has impressed under Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa this season. The 24-year-old, a €18.5m transfer from French side Rennes in October, has managed four goals and assists in 16 Premier League games.

Liverpool are said to have been ‘blown away’ by Raphinha and are keeping tabs on his progress at Elland Road. [Football Insider]

Mbappe could sign new PSG deal

Kylian Mbappe could be set to sign a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain. Aware of the financial impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Real Madrid, he feels a transfer to the Spanish club isn’t feasible for now.

The 22-year-old and his representatives, therefore, are considering accepting an improved contract at PSG. But one that allegedly includes a release clause if Real Madrid or another European giant come calling. [AS – in Spanish]

Villa want new deals for Grealish & Chelsea loan star Barkley

Aston Villa are ready to offer Jack Grealish a bumper new deal. It will make him one of the Premier League’s best-paid English players, despite the 25-year-old having only signed a lucrative new contract last summer.

Head coach Dean Smith also hopes to keep fellow midfielder Ross Barkley. The 27-year-old has impressed on loan from Chelsea this season. [90 Min]

Barcelona name their asking price for Neto

Neto Murara is unhappy playing second fiddle to Marc Andre ter Stegen at Camp Nou. Despite Barcelona rejecting a transfer request in January, the Brazilian keeper remains keen to leave the club.

It appears Barcelona are not against the idea of selling him at the end of the season either. However, they’ll won’t accept transfer bids of less than €15m. [Marca]

Ramos drawing closer to Real Madrid exit?

Sergio Ramos is down and out for another prolonged spell on the sidelines. The Real Madrid skipper had to undergo knee surgery on Saturday and could be out of action for around six to seven weeks.

This latest injury setback leaves Ramos in a tricky situation. With his contract due to expire in June, either he finally settles his differences with Real Madrid over a renewal or risks allowing talks to freeze until he recovers. [Marca].