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Thursday’s transfer rumors – Raphinha on Man Utd & Liverpool wishlist

Juan Mata of Manchesteter United, Raphinha of Leeds United, Paulo Gazzaniga of Tottenham
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Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and more.

Mata destined for Serie A?

Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata is attracting interest from Serie A giants Juventus, Inter Milan, and AS Roma.

The 32-year-old Spaniard could be nearing the end of his seven-year stay at Old Trafford with his contract set to expire at the end of the season.

Mata could be tempted to move away in search of consistent minutes on the pitch in the final years of his career, having been limited to just eight games this season. [The Sun]

Inter announce Gregore

Inter Miami have sealed the transfer of Gregore from Brazilian outfit Esporte Clube Bahia.

The defensive midfielder will likely play alongside Blaise Matuidi in the line-up for the MLS side.

Raphinha set to spark ‘well-contested’ transfer battle.

Manchester United and Liverpool are among the clubs interested in pursuing Leeds United winger Raphinha over the summer, according to Gianluigi Longari of Sportitalia TV.

The Brazilian has earned much plaudits for eye-catching performances in his debut season with the club, contributing seven goals and as many assists across all competitions this season.

Digne signs Everton extension

Everton left-back Lucas Digne has committed his long-term future to Goodison Park by putting pen to paper to a new deal until 2025.

Having joined the club from FC Barcelona in 2018, the Frenchman remains a crucial figure for the Toffees.

Spurs set to sell Gazzaniga

Tottenham plan on offloading goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga on a permanent transfer in the summer.

Gazzaniga is currently out on loan at Elche, having signed with the La Liga side in January.

Spurs now plan on breaking the news to the 29-year-old Argentine that he has no long-term future in north London and that he should find himself a new club. [Football Insider]