The latest transfer rumours from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Sevilla plans to extend Gil’s release clause
According to AS, Sevilla is stressed regarding Bryan Gil’s buy-out clause of €50 million. This is because they know that the amount will not be enough to hold Barcelona and Real Madrid from making a deal. For that reason, the club seeks to elevate the price tag to €100 million. The 20-year-old youngster has bagged three goals and two assists in 20 matches on loan at Eibar. It will up to Sevilla now to talk Gil out for agreeing to a higher clause. His contract would therefore run through 2025.
Vazquez denies Real Madrid stay
Lucas Vazquez has swiped out any chances of renewing his Real Madrid agreement as per reports from ABC. As Los Blancos offered him their final offer, the 29-year-old put a cross sign on it. Apparently, Vazquez has been linked to a host of European clubs including Arsenal and Bayern Munich. As he will become a free agent by the end of this season.
Townsend reveals Crystal Palace’s struggle
While talking with talkSPORT, Andros Townsend claimed that Crystal Palace has been finding it difficult to deal with expiring deals. “At the moment Palace are speaking to nobody so we’re all in the same boat,” Townsend said.
Torreira on Boca’s radar
As written by ESPN, Boca Juniors is trying to persuade Lucas Torreira to come to play close to his home country in South America. The Uruguayan is known to be a Boca fan, who is on loan at the moment to Atletico Madrid from Arsenal. The midfielder has racked 15 appearances in La Liga this new season.
Guardiola hunts for three Fernandinho cover-ups
Manchester City has been actively searching for defensive midfielders as the transfer window closes in. As stated by A Bola, Fernandinho might say goodbye to the club this summer, and Guardiola is looking for replacements. Reports say that the Catalan boss is interested in the following players: Joao Palhinha (Sporting CP), Denis Zakaria (Borussia Monchengladbach), and Sander Berge (Sheffield United).
Bayern plotting Son bid
This could become one of the biggest transfers of the season if a deal works out between Bayern Munich and Tottenham Hotspur. As outlined by Football Insider, Son Heung-Min is yet to renew his contract for the north London side. And the Bavarian giants will be ready to slip a negotiation for the South Korean. Son received an offer for £200,000 per week from Spurs, but he has refused to accept the potential deal.