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Thursday’s transfer rumors – Real Madrid handed boost in Mbappe pursuit

Son - Tottenham, Mbappe - PSG, Sabitzer - Leipzig
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Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and more.

Man City offered Barca defender

Manchester City have been offered to sign Sergi Roberto by FC Barcelona, as per Mundo Deportivo.

The Blaugranas want to cash in on the 29-year-old full-back, who has entered the final of his contract, this summer.

Inter Milan, meanwhile, have already contract Barca for Roberto. The Italian club could sign him a replacement for Achraf Hakimi, who is bound to join Paris Saint-Germain.

Son in line for Spurs renewal

Son Heung-min is set to sign a contract extension with Tottenham in the near future, reports  Fabrizio Romano.

After finally appointing a new manager in Nuno Espirito Santo, Spurs will look to lock the future of one of their star players.

Son’s renewal is not dependent on the future of Harry Kane, who is tipped to leave the club amid links to Manchester City.

PSG to lose Mbappe for free?

Kylian Mbappe does not intend to commit his future to Paris Saint-Germain, according to L’Equipe.

Not interested in renewing his deal with the club beyond 2022, the French forward has reportedly already informed the PSG organization of his intention to leave.

The World Cup winner, who continues to get linked to Real Madrid, however, is not expected to try and force out a transfer away and will honor his current contract.

Arsenal handed boost in Sabitzer pursuit

RB Leipzig would be willing to let Marcel Sabitzer go for a cut-price this summer, reports Bild.

The 27-year-old midfielder, who scored nine goals and supplied seven assists in 2020-21, is understood to be a transfer target for Arsenal.

Interest in Sabitzer has also been coming from Serie A, with AS Roma and AC Milan said to be keen on the player.

Netherlands job doesn’t interest Low

Joachim Low does is not interested in taking charge of the Netherlands, reports BILD‘s Christian Falk.

Following Germany’s elimination from Euro 2020, Low put an end to his 15-year-long DFB managerial reign. Elsewhere, Frank De Boer also stepped down as the Netherlands head coach after the team’s exit from the tournament.

Low was tipped to succeed De Boer as the Oranje boss, but it turns out that is a job the 61-year-old does not seem himself doing.

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