Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not finished with his summer spending with Ajax winger David Neres a close target. The Brazilian could be on the move if “Red Devils” are willing to pay a fee in the region of £48million.
Arsenal could be lucky in their chase of Philippe Coutinho with a possible loan move appearing as the ideal push to get the Barcelona forward. The former Liverpool and Inter favorite could be heading to The Emirates early next week.
Sporting midfielder Bruno Fernandes looks close to a move to Real Madrid. Manchester United, Tottenham and Juventus are other clubs who have chased the former Sampdoria midfielder with an impressive season behind him in Portugal.
Donny van de Beek will play for Real Madrid next season. The Ajax youngster is confirmed and will certainly be interesting to follow with a new era taking place under Zinedine Zidana at The Bernabeu.
Frank Lampard cannot see a future at Chelsea for the duo Danny Drinkwater and Tiemoue Bakayoko as both players were left out of the clubs current tour to Germany. Loans and permanent moves could be possible for those eager to land a couple of quality midfielders.
Leicester City and their manager Brendan Rodgers is reported to be uncertain about adding a new central defender to close the gap after Harry Maguire. Caglar Soyunce, who earlier were linked with a move to Fenerbahce, could get a chance to establish himself as a partner for Jonny Evans. James Tarkowski and Nathan Ake are both names linked with a move to King Power, but the inflated fees of £50million might scare of the East Midland club. A soft report of a possible move for Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer is also circulating.
Despite being surplus at Chelsea, England international Gary Cahill is still highly rated by other clubs in the Premier League. Newcastle, Aston Villa and Leicester City were all reported to have monitored Cahill’s situation, but now it looks as if Roy Hodgson and Crystal Palace are winning the race with a lucrative £75.000 a month two year deal in place.
The Leroy Sane saga continues at Manchester City, with the German international reluctant to sign a new and improved deal. Game time is a vital question for Sane, with Bayern Munich ready to move in if a transfer becomes possible.
Paul Pogba looks certain to start the season with Manchester United, who will not bow for the stars attention to Real Madrid. A price tag of £270million will be “too much” for any club on this planet, with Pogba’s intentions to stay in Europe and not jeopardize his career with a China move.
Everton are busy in the summer transfer window and a chance to sign Barca midfielder Ivan Rakitic (31) will be of interest. The Croatian international looks to have found his final at Barcelona and a chance to play in the Premier League might be tempting.
Manchester City looks to have signed Juventus right back Joao Cancelo, with Danilo going the other way. Danilo joined Man City from Real Madrid in 2017, but the Brazilian have found it difficult to fill an ordinary place, with a move coming handy this summer.
19 year old Juventus talent Moise Keane is close to a transfer deal. He is reported to be in line for a move to Everton, who are willing to pay the asking price of £30million. Kean is not a first team certainty at “Juve”, despite scoring two goals in three full internationals for Italy.
Daniel Amartey could be playing for Sheffield United in the opening game of their new Premier League life. Leicester City would looks eager to off load the player as The Blades are eager to now the lowest price possible to get a deal done.
Leeds United are chasing Newcastle United forward Dwight Gayle, with a possible loan move as the most realistic for the former Peterborough United and Crystal Palace forward. Gayle spent last season on loan at West Bromwich Albion, playing 39 league games and scoring 23 goals.
Tottenham looks successful in their chase for Fulham defender Ryan Sessegnon. The England U.21 international will move from Craven Cottage to Spurs for a fee of £30million.
Glenn Whelan, released by Aston Villa, could continue his career at Hearts. Advanced talks are said to be held with the 35 year old Republic of Ireland international, and he would certainly be a good addition to the squad at Tynecastle.