The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Man City’s next top target after Haaland capture revealed
Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips is the latest top target on Manchester City’s transfer wishlist.
The Premier League champions aim to find a replacement for the departing Fernandinho after completing a €60 million deal to sign Norwegian striker Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund on Monday. [Times – subscription required]
Leno to swap Arsenal for Fulham?
The newly-promoted Premier League side Fulham are interested in Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
The 30-year-old German has got permission to leave the Emirates this summer as Arsenal close in on a transfer deal for New England Revolution shot-stopper Matt Turner. [Evening Standard]
Ryan Gravenberch completes Bayern Munich move
— Ryan Gravenberch (@RGravenberch) June 13, 2022
Xavi tells Pique that his time at Barcelona is over
Xavi Hernandez has reportedly told Gerard Pique he is surplus to requirements at Barcelona.
Pique’s physical issues, off-pitch controversies, and multiple businesses concern Xavi. The Barca manager feels the 35-year-old defender isn’t focused on football.
But Pique has refused to accept Xavi’s decision, insisting he will train more than ever to return to full fitness and will abandon his commitments outside of football. [Diario Sport – in Spanish]
Haaland explains his transfer to Man City
Erling Haaland has described Manchester City as the ‘perfect’ club for him, citing the style of play and the squad’s quality as key reasons behind his move to the Etihad.
Arsenal sign Marquinhos from Sao Paulo
Welcome, Marquinhos 🙌
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) June 13, 2022
Leipzig name their price for Nkunku
RB Leipzig have slapped a £100 million (€117m) price tag on attacking midfielder Christopher Nkunku.
Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Paris Saint-Germain are all interested in a transfer. But while Arsenal and PSG are willing to match Leipzig’s asking price, Nkunku prefers to stay in Germany for another season. [Independent]