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Tuesday’s transfer rumors – Zlatan Ibrahimovic decides his AC Milan future

Tuesday's transfer rumors - Zlatan Ibrahimovic decides his AC Milan future
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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.

De Gea ‘ready’ to leave Manchester United

David de Gea has reportedly decided to end his 10-year spell at Manchester United. The Spaniard is no longer the undisputed No.1 goalkeeper at Old Trafford following Dean Henderson’s return from Sheffield United and favors a transfer.

Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, and former club Atletico Madrid are apparently on ‘high alert’. [Mail]

Liverpool to rival Arsenal for Odegaard

Arsenal want to sign Martin Odegaard permanently once his loan deal expires, but they’re not alone. Liverpool, for one, have eyes on the 22-year-old and are prepared to rival the Gunners this summer.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is a big fan and was seen chatting to Odegaard during Saturday’s Premier League meeting with Arsenal. [AS – in Spanish]

Bayern Munich to allow Boateng exit

The Bavarians have allegedly decided to not offer Jerome Boateng a contract extension.

Having already signed Dayot Upamecano from RB Leipzig for next season, Bayern see no need to keep the German. They’ve made this decision despite fellow center-back David Alaba being on the verge of walking out for free. Therefore, Boateng can choose his next club as a free agent. [Kicker – in German]

Ibrahimovic to continue at AC Milan

Even as his 40th birthday approaches this year, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has proved age is just a number.

The big Swede has enjoyed another prolific campaign and is set to sign a one-year contract extension at AC Milan ‘in the next seven to 10 days’. He will earn around €7 million as part of his new deal. [Sky Sports]

MLS veteran Larentowicz announces retirement

De Ligt’s release clause at Juventus revealed

Matthijs de Ligt’s €150 million buyout clause in his Juventus contract becomes active next summer.

The 21-year-old Dutchman, though, is valued greatly at Juventus and the club chiefs have no plans to let him leave anytime soon. [Fabrizio Romano]