The January transfer window seems like a distant memory, but that doesn’t mean the rumor mill has shut down! Speculation about summer movements is increasing. So check out the latest gossip below and check out all the official offers here.
TOP STORY: Salah is about to return from Chelsea?
Chelsea added Mohamed Salah According to BILD reporter Christian Falk, the 28-year-old was brought back to Stamford Bridge after his arrival in January 2014.
Things didn’t go well for the Egyptian international in Chelsea at the time. Only two years later, Salah moved to the Roma.
Salah’s incredible form since leaving has caught the attention of many. He won the Golden Boot for two consecutive seasons when he returned to the Premier League with Liverpool and won a Champions League trophy.
The report says that new Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel plans to improve his attacking options this summer. And according to Falk, Salah is one of three names on a shortlist that is full of goals. The other two names are Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland and another former Chelsea striker in Internazionale’s Romelu Lukaku.
Lukaku, like Salah, didn’t quite train at Stamford Bridge at a young age, but has since impressed at the highest level for Inter, which won Serie A.
It is believed, however, that a move from Chelsea to Salah would not be surprisingly expensive. The Liverpool striker has two years left on his current contract and despite the club’s poor performance in the league, he is still second on the top scorers’ lists.
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– – Ashley Young could swap one Inter for another as The Sun reports that Major League Soccer Club Inter Miami plans to sign the 35-year-old this summer. The former England international has also been linked to his former Watford team in the coming window as his current contract expires after just over a year at the club. Young would leave Inter Milan after winning the Serie A title with the Italian giants for the first time in eleven years.
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– Brazil forward Neymar will extend its contract with Paris Saint-Germain on Saturday by four years until 2026, reported the French sports newspaper L’Equipe on Friday. The 29-year-old Neymar joined PSG from La Liga Barcelona in 2017 and received a record transfer fee of € 222m. Neymar said he wanted to leave PSG in 2019 after reportedly wanting to return to Barcelona but he eventually stayed before the club reached the Champions League final last season.
– Leeds United believe they can land the transfer target Rodrigo De Paul this summer for less than the £ 37million fee reported by the player. Football Insider says the Yorkshire club plans to negotiate with Udinese to reach a fee of less than £ 30m, which would break the club’s current £ 27m transfer fee. The 26-year-old was linked to Marcelo Bielsa’s side last summer, with his versatility in midfield being touted as one of the reasons for the move.
– Manchester United and West Ham United are both looking to sign a defender Nikola Milenkovic this summer to Calciomercato. The 23-year-old has just one year left on his current contract, which may have forced Fiorentina’s hand to let the player negotiate in the summer instead of letting him go free at the end of next season.
– Aston Villa prepares an offer for Burnley’s Dwight McNeil this summer, reports Football Insider. The 21-year-old has reportedly become aware of Dean Smith, who opts for a formation with broad playmakers. An opening offer of £ 15m is on the table from Villa to begin negotiations and understand Burnley’s position on the player, who is under contract until 2024.
– Arsenal and Everton lead the race for Sheffield United midfielder Sander mountains, reports Sky Sports. The 23-year-old had cut a release clause from £ 45m to £ 35m after the Blades’ relegation from the Premier League was confirmed and the two clubs are believed to be taking a serious look at the Norwegian international.