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Tuesday’s transfer rumors – Chelsea could re-sign former striker as Osimhen alternative

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Chelsea could re-sign former striker as Osimhen alternative

The Blues are considering re-signing Tammy Abraham from AS Roma in the summer transfer window.

Chelsea are ‘desperate’ for a new No.9 to lead their attack for next season. The Blues like Victor Osimhen, but accept Napoli will expect a huge fee for their star striker. Therefore, they may take up a £70.5 million buy option to re-sign Abraham. [Football Insider]

Alvarez is a loan target for Barcelona

Barcelona are part of a list of clubs eyeing a loan deal for Manchester City striker Julian Alvarez.

The 23-year-old Argentina international has struggled for regular starts at the Etihad. He is in talks over a new contract with City, but has yet to sign anything. Barcelona are keeping tabs on the situation and have inquired about his services. [César Luis Merlo – TyC Sports]

Bukayo Saka accepts new Arsenal deal

Kane remains a target for Man Utd

Manchester United remain interested in signing Tottenham striker Harry Kane.

Manager Erik ten Hag has made signing a new forward a priority for the summer transfer window. United are monitoring Kane, who is out of contract in 2024. Bayern Munich are also reportedly keen on the 29-year-old England captain. [Football Insider]

Several Premier League clubs eye Tierney

Arsenal full-back Kieran Tierney has interest from Everton, West Ham United, and Newcastle United.

The Premier League trio are all keen as doubts over Tierney’s future begin to surface. The 25-year-old Scotland international has lost favor at the Emirates. He has made just four Premier League starts this season. Most of his game time at Arsenal has come from the bench. [Ekrem Konur]

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Lukaku will return to Chelsea this summer

Inter Milan chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has said Romelu Lukaku will return to Chelsea at the end of his season-long loan.

The 29-year-old striker rejoined the Serie A club on loan from Chelsea in last summer’s transfer window. The deal involves no buy obligation. Inter remain undecided on whether to negotiate a new deal. [Sky Sports Italia – in Italian]