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Wednesday’s transfer rumors – Man Utd make an offer to sign Danish superstar for free

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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 make an offer to sign Danish superstar for free

Manchester United have made an offer to sign Christian Eriksen on a free transfer from Brentford.

The 30-year-old Danish midfielder’s contract at Brentford expires at the end of this month. He has confirmed he has ‘different offers and options’ on the table, but is yet to decide. [The Athletic]

Paul Pogba edges closer to Juventus return

Vinicius set for new Real Madrid contract

Real Madrid are close to agreeing on a new contract with Vinicius Junior.

The 21-year-old winger still has another two seasons left on his current deal, but Real Madrid want to secure his long-term future. A new contract is ‘95% completed’. Vinicius will complete the deal when he returns from his holiday in the United States. [Goal]

Man Utd & Barcelona in a dispute over De Jong transfer fee

Manchester United fear Barcelona are trying to hike Frenkie de Jong’s transfer fee to solve their financial problems.

The two clubs are in talks over a deal for the 25-year-old midfielder. Barcelona favor a sale of around €100 million, but United value De Jong at €60 million-plus add-ons instead. [ESPN]

Liverpool sign Darwin Nunez

Two Ajax stars are on Man Utd’s shortlist

Ajax duo Antony and Jurrien Timber are both of interest to Manchester United.

New Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag is familiar with the pair through his time at Ajax. Villarreal defender Pau Torres also remains a potential transfer target for the club. [Sky Sports]

Man City hope to make £200m profit from player sales

Manchester City hope to make £200 million (€230m) in player sales in the summer.

The Premier League champions could offload Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling, Yangel Herrera, Morgan Rogers, Gavin Bazunu, and Pedro Porro when the transfer window reopens. [The Telegraph]

Lucas Torreira returns to Arsenal