All eyes will be on the Emirates today as we await confirmation from Arsenal of the signings of Martin Odegaard and Aaron Ramsdale, at a total cost of more than £ 50 million.
Things are less certain on the other side of North London as the Harry Kane saga continues, while another world-class forward, Robert Lewandowski, could be on the move from Bayern Munich.
It still seems a bit unreal, but Lionel Messi officially became known as a PSG player after Barcelona was unable to pay for a new contract. There is also growing speculation that Paul Pogba could join him, but one megastar who apparently won’t budge is Cristiano Ronaldo: Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out a return to Real Madrid for the Juventus star.
Meanwhile, Liverpool have been offered Barcelona Ilaix Moriba as they also look to Atletico Madrid stalwart Saúl Niguez. Tottenham are being linked with Pau Torres and Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic, as well as Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic and Cagliari’s Nahitan Nandez, while new reports say they are competing with West Ham for Chelsea’s Kurt Zouma and Arsenal for Houssem. Aouar amid interest in a reunion between Nuno Espirito. Santo and Wolves star Adama Traore.
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Done deal! Chelsea yielded to Emerson
Chelsea have confirmed that Emerson Palmieri will spend the rest of the season on loan at Lyon.
That’s not much of a surprise given that Thomas Tuchel already has Ben Chilwell and Marcos Alonso on the left back.
Done deal! New Leeds contract for Bamford
Good news for Leeds fans … Patrick Bamford has signed a new long-term contract at the club until 2026!
Behind the scenes of the transfer of Raphael Varane to Manchester United …
Blades Eye Diallo Loan
Sky Sports says Sheffield United is interested in signing Manchester United winger Amad Diallo on loan.
Diallo arrived at Old Trafford in January, after a £ 37 million deal was struck with Atalanta at the end of the transfer window the previous summer, but as Jadon Sancho arrived from Borussia Dortmund, his chances with the first equipment are harder to come by. .
Pochettino is silent on the possibilities of debuting with Messi this week
PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino did not rule out Lionel Messi from making his club debut against Brest on Friday night.
Messi is back in shape after joining the club on a free transfer earlier this month, but has yet to make his debut.
“We have not yet decided on the team and we will assess whether Messi can be part of it,” Pochettino said at a press conference when asked if his Argentine compatriot would be involved in the match against Brest.
“Everything is positive. There is a good atmosphere in the squad and they have adapted well and quickly. There is a very good feeling ”.
Liverpool points Sanches out for six weeks
Lille midfielder Renato Sanches looks increasingly likely to stay at the club this summer after being ruled out for six weeks.
The Portuguese was rumored to have been a target for Liverpool, who have yet to secure a similar replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum.
Pedro changes Mourinho for Sarri
It is only a year since Pedro left Chelsea for Roma, but has changed clubs again … moving to his rival from the city, Lazio.
In doing so, the 34-year-old forward has traded a former Chelsea manager, José Mourinho, for another in Maurizio Sarri.
Roma’s new manager Mourinho made it clear to Pedro that he was not part of the plans, but Sarri is delighted to meet him at Lazio.
Chelsea has money to spare while winning at the numbers game
Chelsea spent £ 97.5 million on Romelu Lukaku and still has money to go after French defender Jules Kounde.
And it’s thanks to the Stamford Bridge auction with £ 90 million from fringe players already leaving the building and more in the final days of the transfer window.
Donnarumma living the dream with Messi
Gianluigi Donnarumma still can’t believe he’s Lionel Messi’s teammate.
The Italy goalkeeper joined Paris Saint-Germain from AC Milan last month as part of a massive summer recruiting drive, but the biggest deal was yet to come with the arrival of the great Argentine.
Donnarumma told Il Corriere dello Sport: “It’s a theatrical hit, I couldn’t imagine I would find it here. This is a dream team. “
Barnes: The new deal was a no-brainer
Harvey Barnes, who has been attracting the interest of Liverpool, has signed a new four-year contract with Leicester.
The 23-year-old winger shone for the Foxes last season and made his England debut last October, but a knee injury in February ended his campaign.
Barnes, who joined the club at age nine, said: “I’ve been here for so many years, I feel like home. For me, it was a no-brainer. “