Liverpool 'want £60m Pulisic to replace Mane', Newcastle £43m Carrasco interest, Dybala in Inter talks – transfer news

Liverpool 'want £60m Pulisic to replace Mane', Newcastle £43m Carrasco interest, Dybala in Inter talks – transfer news

SADIO MANE has reportedly agreed to join Bayern Munich.

The Liverpool star, 30, is said to be keen to leave the club following their Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.

And the Reds are said to be wasting no time in searching for a replacement, with a move for Chelsea's Christian Pulisic said to be in the pipeline.

Meanwhile, Bayern are set to lose Robert Lewandowski, but the Pole may not end up at Barcelona as first anticipated.

They are very active early in the window though, with Ajax's Ryan Gravenberch the next young star heading Bayern's way.

And Tottenham have confirmed the signing of Ivan Perisic from Inter Milan, with the North London club also in the frame to his compatriot.

In turn, Inter are reportedly ready to sign former Spurs target Paulo Dybala as Perisic's replacement.

Inter sporting director and fellow Argentine Javier Zanetti is said to have personally held talks with Dybala in London as he scored for the national team during their 3-0 win over Italy.

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  • Jake Lambourne

    Arsenal transfer round-up

    Arsenal are reportedly confident of snapping up Leicester contract rebel Youri Tielemans in a £25million deal.

    That is according to John Cross of the Mirror who has outlined the Gunners’ transfer targets.

    He stated that Manchester City ace Gabriel Jesus remains a top priority with Alexandre Lacazette set to return to Lyon.

    As for Bologna’s versatile full-back Aaron Hickey, reports that he is close to joining is wide of the mark.

    Cross claims that are doubts whether Mikel Arteta is as interested in the player as Italian media is playing out.

    Meanwhile Arsenal are convinced they have done enough to persuade Gabriel to stay instead of joining Juventus, and are considering offering the defender a new contract.

  • Jake Lambourne

    Lukaku snubs Spurs

    Romelu Lukaku has rejected a move to Tottenham Hotspur, according to reports from Italy.

    Calciomercato claim that Antonio Conte wants to be reunited with the Belgium forward, after he led his line so brilliantly for Inter Milan.

    However, Lukaku has said to be in favour of returning to Serie A with the Nerazzurri.

    A loan to Inter is said to be a possibility before the next campaign begins.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Brentford targeting Emmanuel Dennis

    Brentford are eyeing up a summer swoop for Emmanuel Dennis.

    The Bees will have to tussle with Crystal Palace for Dennis, who bagged ten top-flight goals in the last campaign for Watford.

    Dennis is valued at around £20million.

    The Nigerian striker arrived at Vicarage Road from Club Brugge in July last year and the Belgian side would be entitled to a small sell-on fee, around the five per cent mark.

    But with his price tag likely to be in the region of £20m, it would still mean a significant profit for Watford on the £3m they paid for him.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Everton confident of Tarkowski deal

    Everton are confident of landing James Tarkowski on a free as Frank Lampard overhauls his squad.

    The centre-back’s Burnley contract expired after the Clarets’ relegation.

    Tarkowski, 29, has also attracted interest from Newcastle and newly-promoted Fulham.

    But Goodison chiefs consider him a key signing and reckon they can get a deal done.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Good morning football fans

    Dutch star Ryan Gravenberch has completed his medical with Bayern Munich, ahead of a move from Ajax.

    The midfield enforcer will sign for the Germans for a fee believed to be in the region of £20million, but will include up to £5.5million in bonuses, as well as a seven per cent sell on clause.

    Fabrizio Romano has said it will take some time for the deal to be officially unveiled, but it is all confirmed.

    Barcelona will be renting their esteemed Nou Camp ground this month to raise funds for the stadium’s redevelopment.

    The sensational report comes from El Chiringuito, who claim that Barca will be letting their historic pitch from June 6 until June 11.

    The cash-strapped Blaugrana will be allowing 60-minute matches and charge €300 (£255) per player.

    Oleksandr Zinchenko had to be talked out of heading home to the front line when war broke out in Ukraine earlier this year.

    The Manchester City ace led his country to within one win of the World Cup finals with a brilliant performance against Scotland on Wednesday.

    But he was heart-broken by the scenes from his homeland after Russia invaded back in February.

    And he was anxious over the well-being of his family – with his grandad and aunt refusing to join the thousands fleeing the country.

    The 25-year-old was desperate to go and help his people – but was convinced by family and friends to stay in the North West and carry on playing for City.

  • Jon Boon

    Juve stars would welcome back Pogba

    Wojciech Szczesny says Juventus' stars would welcome Paul Pogba back with open arms.

    The Frenchman is leaving Manchester United for a second time on a free transfer at the end of the month and is in talks with ex-club Juve and Paris Saint-Germain.

    Pogba quit Old Trafford for the Serie A giants in 2012 and Juve keeper Szczesny believes his club team-mates will be over the moon to see the midfielder return to Turin.

    Szczesny said: "I'd be delighted to see that happen. He did brilliantly in his previous time at Juventus so he would be a great addition to the squad.

    “He is a player with good calibre and experience and he has good memories from Turin.”

    When asked if Pogba is still a top level player, Szczesny added: "Oh yeah. Absolutely.

    “Maybe over the last couple of years the consistency of his game and the injuries didn't help at United.

    "But when he is fit, he is still one of the best in the world."

  • Jon Boon

    Dybala talks up Prem move

    Paulo Dybala, who recently quit Juventus and is available for a free transfer, has spoken about moving to the Premier League.

    The Argentinian star revealed: “I am quite calm, the people who work with are taking care.

    “In Italy I am very comfortable. I would still like to know other leagues like Premier, Liga… but I’m happy in Italy.”

    Dybala has been linked with moves to Arsenal, Man Utd, and Spurs in recent weeks.

  • Jon Boon

    Gvardiol wanted by Prem giants

    RB Leipzig defender Josko Gvardiol has become a transfer target for both Chelsea and Spurs.

    The German side are said to be desperately trying to keep hold of the centre back, with the Premier League giants looking to add the Croatian to their ranks.

    The 20-year-old is highly rated, after joining from Dinamo Zagreb for £14million in 2020 – a deal that made him the most costliest Croatian teenager ever.

    Last season he managed almost 50 games, helping his side finish in the Champions League places in the Bundesliga.

  • Jon Boon

    Gravenberch set for Bayern

    Dutch star Ryan Gravenberch has completed his medical with Bayern Munich, ahead of a move from Ajax.

    The midfield enforcer will sign for the Germans for a fee believed to be in the region of £20million, but will include up to £5.5million in bonuses, as well as a seven per cent sell on clause.

    Fabrizio Romano has said it will take some time for the deal to be officially unveiled, but it is all confirmed.

  • Jon Boon

    Barca renting their ground

    Barcelona will be renting their esteemed Nou Camp ground this month to raise funds for the stadium's redevelopment.

    The sensational report comes from El Chiringuito, who claim that Barca will be letting their historic pitch from June 6 until June 11.

    The cash-strapped Blaugrana will be allowing 60-minute matches and charge €300 (£255) per player.

    The Catalan giants have been dealing with financial woes ever since last summer, which is why they had to let club legend Lionel Messi go as a free agent and join Paris Saint-Germain.

    Barcelona also took an eye-watering £73million loss on Antoine Griezmann on deadline day in an attempt to balance the books.

    The Spanish outfit recently confirmed they will move to the nearby Olympic Stadium in Catalonia while the Nou Camp undergoes renovations.

  • Jon Boon

    Gollini leaves Spurs

    Italian goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini has left Spurs, the club has confirmed.

    TheAtalanta shotstopper was on a season-long loan deal – with the option to make that move permanent this summer.

    However, Spurs have decided against taking up the option on Gollini.

    Instead, they are reportedly close to signing Southampton No2 Fraser Forster.

  • Jon Boon

    Zinchenko wanted to fight

    Oleksandr Zinchenko had to be talked out of heading home to the front line when war broke out in Ukraine earlier this year.

    The Manchester City ace led his country to within one win of the World Cup finals with a brilliant performance against Scotland on Wednesday.

    But he was heart-broken by the scenes from his homeland after Russia invaded back in February.

    And he was anxious over the well-being of his family – with his grandad and aunt refusing to join the thousands fleeing the country.

    The 25-year-old was desperate to go and help his people – but was convinced by family and friends to stay in the North West and carry on playing for City.

  • Jon Boon

    Birmingham City release eight

    Birmingham City have announced the release of EIGHT players but also handed out new contracts.

    The Blues have decided to go ahead with a summer cull following the conclusion of their Championship campaign.

    Among the players departing is Kristian Pedersen, who has been with the club since 2018 when he joined from Union Berlin and made a total of 161 appearances.

    However, Pedersen will be released at the end of his contract, which runs out on June 30.

    The same goes for Jeremie Bela, who’s also set to become a free agent this month after three years with Birmingham.

    Yoane Zohore, Renedi Masampu, Archie Matthews, Oriol Soldevila, Kane Thompson-Sommers and Connal Trueman are also set to leave.

  • James Colasanti

    Cavani talks with Spanish clubs

    Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani is in talks with two Spanish clubs over a potential move, according to El Chiringuito TV.

    The Uruguay legend’s deal at Old Trafford expires at the end of the month and his representatives are said to be discussing terms with Atletico Madrid and Sevilla.

  • James Colasanti

    Competition for Tielemans signature

    Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano says two other clubs are chasing Youri Tielemans alongside Arsenal.

    Romano did not name the other two clubs, but says the midfielder intends to leave Leicester this summer and that negotiations are on going over a move to the Gunners.

  • James Colasanti

    Martinez ‘to stay at Inter’

    Tottenham target Lautaro Martinez says he wants to stay at Inter Milan.

    The 24-year-old striker scored the opener on Wednesday as Argentina beat Italy 3-0 in the inaugural Finalissima.

    Afterwards he said: “My plan is clear – I really want to stay at Inter next season.

    “I’ve not received communications from the club as of today and I want to continue at Inter next season.”

  • James Colasanti

    Martinelli-Melo swap deal touted

    Juventus are interested in a swap deal involving their midfielder Arthur Melo for Arsenal striker Gabriel Martinelli, according to Calciomercato.

    The Gunners were reported to have tried to sign Melo in January.

    The Old Lady want Martinelli to help reinforce their attack as they might see loan duo Alvaro Morata and Moise Kean return to Atletico Madrid and Everton, respectively.

  • James Colasanti

    Palmieri ready for Chelsea return

    Italy left-back Emerson Palmieri says he is ready to return to Chelsea after his loan spell at Lyon.

    The defender started for his country as they lost 3-0 to Argentina in Finalissima on Wednesday.

    On plans to reignite his career at Stamford Bridge, the 27-year-old said: "'For me personally it's been a good season, I played a lot of games. Let's see what happens in the future.

    "I have a contract with Chelsea. I've played there for three years and won some things. If I need to go back there I'm happy."

  • James Colasanti

    Lukaku will ‘accept pay cut’

    Unsettled Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is ready to take a huge pay cut to secure a return to Inter Milan, according to Sportsmail.

    The Belgium star will reportedly accept a weekly wage drop to about £125,000-a-week, which would cut his yearly take-home from about £6.4million at the Blues to closer to £3m at Inter.

    Lukaku rejoined Chelsea last summer for £97.5m from Inter but had an underwhelming campaign and courted controversy by saying he wanted to leave.

  • James Colasanti

    Brentford eye Arsenal target Hickey

    Brentford are now reportedly after Arsenal target Aaron Hickey.

    The Gunners are thought to be closing in on a deal for the 19-year-old Bologna left-back.

    Now Bees boss Thomas Frank has reportedly added the three-cap Scotland star to his summer transfer shortlist.

  • James Colasanti

    Sterling ‘should avoid Chelsea move’

    David James says Raheem Sterling would be better off staying at Manchester City rather than joining Chelsea.

    England winger Sterling has been linked with a move to the Blues or Real Madrid.

    Former Three Lions No 1 James, 51, told GGRecon: “[He should] stay at City!

    “It is a testament to how well Raheem Sterling has done that he has been linked to two massive European champions.

    “You do question – given how soon the World Cup is, and what can happen with a move with Manchester to London for example – whether that adjustment could affect form.”

  • James Colasanti

    Schick 'good Mane replacement option'

    Former Liverpool keeper David James says Bayer Leverkusen's Patrik Schick would be an ideal replacement for Sadio Mane at Anfield.

    Kop striker Mane has been linked with a move to Bayern Munich this summer.

    Ex-England No 1 James, 51, told GGRecon: "If Mane’s going then they have to replace him.

    "You’ve got Patrik Shick, who finished second to Robert Lewandowski in the Bundesliga goal standings.

    "He’s a young player who’s got plenty of experience, so he could be an option for Liverpool."

  • Kealan Hughes

    Transfer round-up

    Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba are eying Italian reunions.

    Chelsea striker Lukaku is tipped for an Inter Milan return, even on loan, just a year after the Blues re-signed him for £97.5million.

    And after Manchester United confirmed Pogba will exit on a free transfer, Juve emerged as favourites to recapture him ahead of PSG.

    Jesse Lingard is another Red Devil on the move – with several more stars likely to follow.

    But United have opened talks on a £50milion deal for Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong.

    Barca would be happy to offload the Holland ace to raise transfer funds – but he insists he's happy at his dream club.

    Wolves have lined up Sporting Lisbon duo Matheus Nunes and Joao Palhinha — in case they are forced to sell £60m United target Ruben Neves.

    Lastly, Chelsea are in pole position ahead of Arsenal for Sevilla centre-back Jules Kounde.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Wolves ‘want £60m for Neves’

    Wolves want Sporting Lisbon duo Matheus Nunes and Joao Palhinha — if £60million Manchester United target Ruben Neves is sold this summer.

    Barcelona also want ex-Porto midfielder, Neves, 25.

    Wolves have held initial talks over deals for Neves’ Portugal team-mates Palhinha, 26, and Nunes, 23.

  • Ian Tuckey

    Jones and Henderson could join Utd 'exodus'

    Paul Pogba will be Manchester United’s third big-name exit on a free transfer – and there could be at least five more significant departures.

    Edinson Cavani and Nemanja Matic have already gone, with Jesse Lingard to follow.

    Centre-back Phil Jones looks the most vulnerable of the rest, while second-choice keeper Dean Henderson is tipped for at least a loan move.

    Spanish playmaker Juan Mata, 34, could yet win another year’s contract.

    But frontrunners Anthony Martial – who finished the season on loan to Sevilla and Marcus Rashford – floundered when trying to impress interim chief Ralf Rangnick.

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