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Tuesday’s transfer rumors – Man Utd emerge as favorites to sign €60m-rated striker

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

Man Utd emerge as favorites to sign €60m-rated striker

Manchester United are the reported front-runners to win the transfer race for Benfica striker Darwin Nunez.

The Premier League giants are closing in on an agreement with Benfica. Allegedly, Nunez is a priority for new Red Devils coach Erik ten Hag. Previous reports have indicated the 22-year-old may cost around €60 million. [O Jogo – in Portuguese]

Lewandowski confirms Bayern Munich exit wish

Robert Lewandowski has publicly announced his intention to leave Bayern Munich this summer.

The 33-year-old Polish striker hopes the German club won’t force him to see out the remaining season of his contract, insisting his story at the Allianz Arena has ended.

Read the full story here on Ace Football

Real Madrid plot a move for 18-year-old goalkeeper

Man Utd make their move for Timber

Manchester United have opened talks with Ajax to sign defender Jurrien Timber.

Timber has two years left on his contract, so Ajax may price him at around €50 million. The Dutch champions, though, have offered the Netherlands international fresh terms to extend his contract in Amsterdam. [Guardian]

Isco will leave Real Madrid

Isco has announced that he will leave Real Madrid once his contract expires at the end of next month.

Read the full story here on Ace Football

PSG complete Nuno Mendes deal

Man City’s next targets after Haaland coup revealed

Manchester City plot to move for Brighton left wing-back Marc Cucurella and Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips next.

As Erling Haaland is on the brink of joining the club from Borussia Dortmund, Pep Guardiola’s need for a new striker has been met. The manager now plans to reinforce his midfield and defense. [Mirror]

Will Braithwaite leave Barcelona?

Barcelona want to send striker Martin Braithwaite away on loan for next season.

The 30-year-old Dane, however, is reluctant to leave Camp Nou when the transfer window reopens. He made just four appearances last season, scoring two goals and adding an assist. [Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish]