The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.
Xavi tells Barcelona to sign Salah ‘at all costs‘
Liverpool and Egypt forward Mohamed Salah is reportedly a top transfer target for new Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez.
The Catalan giants are ‘working silently’ on a deal to lure Salah over to Camp Nou. Xavi allegedly wants the club to sign him ‘at all costs’. [El Nacional – in Catalan]
Juventus not keen on Kulusevski-Pepe swap deal
A proposed swap deal involving Juventus winger Dejan Kulusevski and Arsenal star Nicolas Pepe is unlikely.
While keen to offload Kulusevski, Juventus would prefer cash in a transfer deal for the Sweden international. [Calciomercato – in Italian]
Real Madrid to extend Modric’s contract
Real Madrid plan is to extend Luka Modric contract for one more season, as reported by @Marca today. Nothing has been agreed/signed yet – but the intention of Real Madrid board is confirmed. ⚪️⭐️ #Real
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) November 16, 2021
AC Milan to rival Chelsea and Atletico Madrid for French youngster
The Rossoneri have reportedly thrown their hat in the ring in the transfer race for Mohamed-Ali Cho.
The 17-year-old forward has impressed at Ligue 1 side Angers and already has interest from Chelsea and Atletico Madrid. [L’Equipe – in French]
Alves becomes the lowest-paid Barcelona player
The 38-year-old has agreed to become the club’s lowest-paid player as part of the deal to bring him back to Camp Nou.
Oshimen set for new Napoli contract
Napoli have made Victor Oshimen’s future a priority following an impressive start to the season.
The Nigeria international has scored nine goals in 13 matches across all competitions this season. With Lorenzo Insigne possibly on his way out next summer, he will become even more important. Therefore, Napoli have begun work on awarding him a new long-term contract.
Oshimen’s current deal at the Italian club lasts until June 2025. [Gazzetta dello Sport – in Italian]