Henderson completes his move to Saudi Arabia in the Premier League transfer roundup.
As the 2023–24 season approaches, Premier League clubs are beginning to speed up their transfer business, and Arsenal is the most recent team to declare their intentions. Despite Mikel Arteta’s desire for a new shot-stopper, the Gunners have already welcomed three new signings this summer.
Following the collapse of his transfer to Bayern Munich, the Gunners have become the front-runners to sign David Raya from Brentford this summer. The Spain international is desperate to leave and has drawn interest from Manchester United and Chelsea after turning down several contract extension offers from the Bees.
Instead, the Red Devils decided to sign Andre Onana, with Mauricio Pochettino still searching for a new goalkeeper at Stamford Bridge. A recent decision by the Argentine to support a move for Robert Sanchez of Brighton gives their negotiations to sign Moises Caicedo for another level.
Furthermore, with Fabinho and Jordan Henderson gone, Liverpool are anticipated to approach Romeo Lavia of Southampton with greater vigor. Express Sport updates you on all the most recent transfer news.
Osimhen’s massive Saudi offer.
Victor Osimhen is a target for Man Utd and Chelsea, and Al Hilal is said to have made an offer of £119 million (€140 million).
The two Premier League players are out of the running to sign the Napoli forward.
However, according to Sky Sports, the Saudi team is prepared to make a sizable £1 million per week offer to one of Europe’s hottest strikers.
The most recent celebrity that Saudi Arabia has targeted is Victor Osimhen
Man Utd “discusses” two defensive targets.
According to reports, Man Utd is ‘discussing’ signing either Jean-Clair Todibo of Nice or Jarrad Branthwaite of Everton.
In order to expand Erik ten Hag’s options, the Daily Mail reports that the two are being considered as potential targets.
Spurs compile a shortlist of three candidates to replace Kane.
As transfer negotiations with Bayern Munich continue, Tottenham is said to have created a shortlist of three candidates to replace Harry Kane this summer.
The international for England is reportedly eager to move to the Bundesliga this summer, and if Spurs help him leave, they will look to replace the striker.
According to the Daily Mail, an offer of around £50 million will put Steve Cooper’s team to the test as they consider their options for Brennan Johnson of Nottingham Forest.
Gift Orban of Gent and Mathys Tel, a young star for Bayern, are also being watched.
United is still competing in the Lavia race.
The Daily Mail claims that Manchester United and an unidentified foreign club are still competing to sign Southampton’s Romeo Lavia this summer.
This summer, the Premier League as a whole has shown interest in the Belgian international, with Liverpool currently in the lead to land him and preparing a second offer.
The Red Devils are still in the running, but no deal has been reached, so they must first raise money through player sales.
Spurs are getting ready to use Kane’s transfer money.
If Harry Kane leaves to join Bayern Munich, Tottenham has reportedly started developing a strategy for how they will use their extra cash.
The Bundesliga club believes the striker wants to sign with them this summer, and talks between the two clubs are still ongoing.
Although Mundo Deportivo claims that Spurs have begun planning for a spending spree with money received from the sale of Harry Kane, the Barcelona duo of Frank Kessie and Clement Lenglet are among the players they are reportedly interested in. Spurs were initially reluctant to begin negotiations.
The latter spent last season on loan at Tottenham and was a quick fix for their defensive issues, but it appears he made a significant impact as the Premier League club are looking to restart talks with the player.
The transfer choice is made by Chalobah.
Following the news that a deal was reached for Axel Disasi, Trevoh Chalobah is reportedly ready to leave Chelsea this summer.
According to the Evening Standard, the defender thinks his opportunities will be limited next season and feels like a move elsewhere may now improve his chances of receiving an international call-up before Euro 2024.
In order to sign him, clubs across Europe are expected to offer a fee in the neighborhood of £45 million to Chelsea.
Raya Plan B is at Arsenal.
In the event that they are unable to reach an agreement with Brentford for David Raya, Arsenal has reportedly inquired about Robert Sanchez’s availability from Brighton.
In light of Matt Turner’s potential departure to join Nottingham Forest, the Gunners are eager to sign a new goalkeeper this summer.
Raya has become one of the top targets at the Emirates Stadium, and a bid for his services is soon to follow. It is unclear, however, whether Arsenal will match Brentford’s £40 million asking price for the Spain international.
Arsenal has also identified alternatives, including Sanchez, a fellow Spaniard. The Brighton goalkeeper is also coveted by Chelsea, who recently named him their top goalie target.
An imminent Liverpool Lavia bid.
According to reports, Liverpool will submit a bid soon that will be closer to Southampton’s £50 million asking price in order to intensify their pursuit of Romeo Lavia.
The Times reports that the Saints are “braced” for an approach as the Reds try to test the Championship team’s resolve with a bid that will just barely fall short of what they are asking for the midfielder.
Lavia has admirers from Chelsea as well, but at this time, the Belgian international is favored to move to Anfield.
Kane transfer journey starts for Bayern officials.
Officials from Bayern Munich have arrived at the airport in Munich as they get ready to fly to London for meetings with Daniel Levy.
Due to Harry Kane still being a top target at the Allianz Arena, the chiefs, who were scheduled to depart late last week, instead chose to postpone their trip until this week.
Despite Levy’s reluctance to part ways with Spurs’ No. 9, Bayern is eager to negotiate a deal for the England international while in the nation.
Trusty talks begin at Sheffield United.
According to Express Sport, Sheffield United and Arsenal are in negotiations for a transfer fee of around £5 million to bring defender Auston Trusty to the club on a permanent basis.
Negotiations are progressing, but no agreement has yet been reached. Because the Blades have two open spots in their quota, a loan with an option to buy is also a possibility.
Last season, Trusty made an impression while on loan at Birmingham City, making 44 league appearances for the team and winning Player of the Season honors.
Liverpool has Newcastle in its sights.
According to reports, Liverpool has gotten in touch with Eintracht Frankfurt to discuss the possibility of acquiring midfielder Jesper Lindstrom.
Numerous elite clubs were drawn to the 23-year-old’s brilliance in the Bundesliga, where he made 27 appearances and contributed seven goals and two assists.
Juventus and Newcastle are among the teams rumored to be interested in signing the Denmark international, but Liverpool seems eager to move ahead of their rivals, and according to Ekstra Bladet, they have contacted Frankfurt to gauge their interest.
The German team is open to offers for their playmaker, though they might be tested by a price around £34 million.
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To be announced is Greenwood’s future.
Before the 2023–24 season kicks off, Manchester United will reveal its choice regarding Mason Greenwood’s future.
The forward has been on suspension from the team since last January while United looked into an academy product who had charges against him dropped earlier this year.
Since the England international is unable to attend Carrington at this time, Greenwood has been participating in private training sessions over the past few weeks.
Erik ten Hag has consistently ruled that the decision regarding Greenwood rests with the higher powers at Old Trafford and that they will make their findings public soon. He has declined to be drawn into commenting on the circumstance.
Chelsea feels as though they have won the three-horse race for Olise.
According to 90min, Chelsea is “confident” that they have defeated Arsenal and Manchester City in the battle to sign Michael Olise of Crystal Palace.
This summer, the Blues are looking to hire a playmaker who can play a variety of positions. Mohammed Kudus of Ajax is one candidate they are considering.
However, it seems as though Mauricio Pochettino has decided that Olise is their top target and that they are the most likely team to sign the forward this summer.
The France Under-21 international’s contract contains a release mechanism that makes him marketable for £35 million, which Chelsea, Arsenal, or City could afford.
Speaking out about Ugochukwu is Pochettion.
Lesley Ugochukwu, who will soon join Chelsea, will spend the upcoming season on loan, according to manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The playmaker will cost Rennes £23.5million, and a long-term deal with Stamford Bridge is anticipated for the midfielder soon.
Pochettino, the former Tottenham manager, has spoken out regarding the question of whether Ugochukwu will be a part of his plans for next season or if he will be loaned to sister club Strasbourg.
We need a middle-of-the-field veteran, he said. According to my information, a player from France will sign with the intention of going on loan. ”.
Dembele chooses to depart from Barcelona.
In order to join Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele reportedly consented.
The player was left with the choice of returning to France or extending his contract with Barca after the Ligue 1 team made it clear that they wanted to exercise the release clause in his Camp Nou contract.
Fabrizio Romano claims that Dembele has decided to sign a five-year contract with PSG after consulting with his agent and making the decision to “say yes.”.
Chelsea is interested in a double deal with Brighton.
This summer, Chelsea and Brighton are anticipated to hold additional transfer discussions; however, their topics of discussion will change.
However, the Blues are now also interested in Robert Sanchez. Discussions regarding Moises Caicedo have been ongoing.
His public fallout with manager Roberto De Zerbi led to the Seagulls replacing the Spaniard with Bart Verbruggen earlier this summer, and the goalkeeper has since lost favor at the Amex Stadium.
Therefore, a double deal between the two clubs seems likely, though negotiations for Caicedo may become more difficult as Sanchez becomes a target.
Ten Hag is asking for £73 million.
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, may ask for an additional £73 million to complete his summer transfer business.
Sofyan Amrabat of Fiorentina is one of the midfielders the Dutchman is interested in this summer. The Red Devils should be able to sign the Moroccan international for around £30 million if he is as eager to join them at Old Trafford as he is.
Having recently missed out on both Kim Min-jae and Axel Disasi, Ten Hag is also top of the list for a new center-back. Since Clair Todibo of Nice was regularly scouted by United last season, he might now be taken into consideration.
The cost of the French defender for United would not be prohibitive, and Nice would be put to the test by a bid between £34 million and £43 million.
Encouraged David Raya bid from Arsenal.
This summer, Thomas Frank, the manager of Brentford, has encouraged Arsenal to submit a bid for David Raya.
The Gunners are eager to hire the Spanish international and profit from Bayern Munich’s failure to reach an agreement with the goalkeeper.
The intention to leave Brentford this summer has been made clear by Raya, and Frank has expressed interest.
When asked by NBC Sports if the 27-year-old’s departure was imminent, he responded, “Unfortunately it’s not that easy. We are waiting to sell, so I hope [we get an offer]. David says he wants to go.
“For us, that is acceptable.
A club only needs to learn the cost if they want to purchase [him]. So I guess it should be easy, but it seems to be very challenging. “.
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