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Wednesday’s transfer rumors – Arsenal eye Hakimi as Bellerin close to exit

Achraf Hakimi of Inter Milan, Hector Bellerin of Arsenal
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Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and more.

‘Poor results’ lead to Basel parting ways with Sforza

Milan draw up full-back shortlist

With Diogo Dalot set to return to Manchester United following the end of his loan spell in the summer, AC Milan want to bring in a new full-back to provide cover for Theo Hernandez.

Among the transfer candidates are Palmeiras’s Matias Vina, Barcelona’s Junior Firpo, and Napoli’s Elseid Hysaj.[Calciomercato]

Spurs switch for Aguero?

Out of contract at the end of the season, Sergio Aguero would be willing to make the switch from Manchester City to Tottenham.

The 32-year-old striker is keen on adding to his Premier League goal tally and doesn’t mind if Jose Mourinho’s side don’t play in the Champions League next season. [The Telegraph]

Villarreal striker top target for Atletico

Atletico Madrid have identified Gerard Moreno as a prime transfer target for the summer transfer window, according to Marca.

Los Rojoblancos’ attacking options remain insufficient, and Diego Simeone is eager to add more firepower to his squad.

Only Lionel Messi has scored more goals than Moreno in La Liga this season, with the Spanish striker boasting 24 goal contributions in as many games.

Villarreal, however, would be unwilling to let go of their 29-year-old star man for less than his €100 million release clause.

‘Huge chances’ Bellerin could depart Arsenal

Arsenal to act on Hakimi interest

Arsenal are preparing to submit a transfer offer to Inter Milan for Achraf Hakimi, reports AS.

The Gunners view the Moroccan full-back as an ideal successor to Hector Bellerin, who has been linked with a move away from the Emirates of late.

A bid in the region of €50 million could be enough for the London side to steal the former Real Madrid man away from San Siro.

Hammers determined to land Lingard

West Ham United will do “whatever it takes” to convert Jesse Lingard’s loan move into a permanent transfer, as per Sky Sports.

The Manchester United loanee has massively impressed during his short spell at the London Stadium, contributing six goals and three assists in his first eight games.