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Thursday’s transfer rumours – Man City ready to trade Bernardo

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The latest transfer rumours from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.

Calhanoglu remains a doubt for Milan

Hakan Calhanoglu is currently out of the boundary in terms of contract negotiations according to Calciomercato. As far as things stand, it seems that the Turkey international will look for a way out of the club. Several clubs have looked into the prospect of Calhanoglu with Juventus one of them. The attacking midfielder is getting ready to feature for his national side in the upcoming European Championship.

Chiellini offered a year extension at Juventus

As per a report from Romeo Agresti, Giorgio Chiellini has received an offer of a one-year extended deal from Juve. The Italian defender has lived 16 years in Turin and will most likely end his career at Allianz Stadium.

Villa hover over Smith-Rowe

Aston Villa grows continuous interest in Arsenal youngster Emile Smith-Rowe hoping he will be available soon, writes The Telegraph. The 20-year-old midfielder is still on hold to receive a new agreement from the Gunners. He has most certainly attracted plenty of attention from potential suitors and would have alternatives if his demands are not met.

Batshuayi receives a price tag

Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi will most probably leave Stamford Bridge this summer. According to football.london, at least one top-half Premier League club will pay for the talented Belgian. Michy spent the 2020-21 season on loan at Crystal Palace and has now been price tagged for at least £10 million.

Man City ready to trade Bernardo

As mentioned in The Telegraph, Manchester City are willing to sell Bernardo Silva this summer. The reason being that the money gained can be used to explore different positions in the squad. Cityzens will look for a pure goalscorer as a substitute for the Portuguese. Although Bernardo has served as a crucial figure for Pep Guardiola, the team has plenty of options in the attacking midfield and side planks. And now, with the departure of Sergio Aguero, another spot is left open for the final third.

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