Bayern to offer 80 million euros for Sane Bayern Munich are clear that they want to sign Leroy Sane and therefore they will offer Manchester City 80 million euros, according to 'The Guardian'. The Championship has decided to match the Premier League's date of Aug. One of the positions to fill will be a centre forward and Gerard Moreno's name has been thrown into the ring. With no place in the Reds' squad, the veteran striker could keep his options open to different clubs. Clubs in League One and Two will be able to sign and loan players until August 31.
The Sun assures that the club could get about 230 million euros for the two transfers. When is the transfer window open? Wolves put big offer in for Marega Various media outlets in England and Portugal insist that Wolverhampton are very well placed to get Moussa Marega, who seems to be close to leaving Porto in the summer. Inter also wants Rabiot Adrien Rabiot is going to be one of the big names of the summer. Barcelona keen on Rodrigo and Stuani Barcelona are looking for a '9' to complement Luis Suarez next season and among the candidates there are two which, according to 'Marca' are Barca's priorities. The team has not made any conclusive sign-ins at the moment, but they are eyeing some players. Arsenal preparing to go after Djene Djene has sneaked onto European clubs' agenda and Arsenal have not ruled out paying his 35 million euro buyout clause.
England's top-flight operates differently to its four other big European domestic leagues France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The transfer window will then close at 5 p. He is only 19 and the big clubs are pulling out all the stops to sign him. Only Man City and Tottenham have made multiple moves out of the top clubs. Sportsmail takes a look at what is in store for English sides and those across the continent. Hence more layer shifts are expected from different teams. Arsenal In Gabriel Martinelli Ituano £6m William Saliba Saint-Etienne £27m Dani Ceballos Real Madrid Loan Out Aaron Ramsey Juventus Free Petr Cech Retired Danny Welbeck Released Cohen Bramall Released Charlie Gilmour Released Stephan Lichtsteiner Released Julio Pleguezuelo Released Jordi Osei-Tutu VfL Bochum Loan Daniel Ballard Swindon Town Loan David Ospina Napoli £3.
Atletico are offering 35 million for Kessie Franck Kessie is on Atletico's radar, or that is at least what they are saying in Italy. Eden Hazards, is probably going to live for Real Madrid, if they meet Chelsea asking price of 100 million euros. The transfer market is not open yet, but many teams are already interested in the French midfielder. The footballer had an amazing season in Holland. Nice confirm they are interested in Giroud Olivier Giroud is on Nice's agenda: it is no longer a rumour.
To avoid interference during the market, Unai Emery is preparing now to go after him. The name of Marquinhos has been noted. A Place to discuss everything and anything to do with the English Premier League. If Hazard leaves, Coutinho is the replacement According to 'Téléfoot, Chelsea think of Philippe Coutinho as a replacement for Eden Hazard, assuming he joins Real Madrid. United have not taken their eyes off Cillessen With De Gea's future in Manchester still undecided, Manchester United are keeping their eyes on Cillessen, who will leave Barcelona at the end of the current season.
One of their players Sadio Mane who was speculated to be purchased by Real Madrid is still in the team which is a significant relief to the Liver pool fans. Leicester put Petagna on their agenda Andrea Petagna is a popular guy. A new and exotic path for Sturridge All the bookies have Daniel Sturridge down to leave Liverpool over the summer transfer market. Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool and Juventus are apparently willing to pay the 120 million euros stipulated in his buyout clause. The Championship has decided to match the Premier League's date of Aug. Liverpool transfer news Phil Thompson said he could bring Phillipe Coutinho back to Liverpool arguing he is not much appreciated in Brazil.
It will allow them to select new players for their next season. Such include Daniel James, Harry Maguire, Joao Felix, Bruno Fernandes, Kalidou Coulibaly, Idrissa Gueye Gareth Bale and Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen. Man United join Liverpool in race for £70m-rated Nicolas Pepe Manchester United have emerged as the latest Premier League side to show an interest in bringing Nicolas Pepe to England this summer. Watford have asked about Pavon Argentinian media like 'TyC' and 'Ole' are reporting that Watford are willing to talk about signing Cristian Pavon from Boca Juniors. The four big clubs which could pay Joao Felix's buyout clause The great performances which the very young Joao Felix is showing means much of Europe is following him closely.
According to 'The Evening Standard', the Bavarian team will fight for his signing despite his Achilles injury. The Premier League clubs voted to close the window ahead of the first game this season and they will do the same again in August 2019, despite the fact that it gives their European rivals longer to make additions to their squads. Feel free to post them in the comments so they can be added. The Dutch goalkeeper is looking to go elsewhere and two Portuguese teams have shown interest in him. Atletico Madrid are sizing up Gerard Moreno Atletico Madrid have a summer full of rumours ahead of them because of the urgency to sign new players. Read more Bayern will go for Hudson-Odoi despite serious injury Bayern haven't lost track of Chelsea midfielder Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Breach of this contract by either side is also a great offence, and it is taken with utmost seriousness. Zidane cool on Mbappe to Real Madrid talk Real Madrid's directors know which players Zinedine Zidane wants to sign and he was asked whether. Some of the smaller clubs are loading up though. The transfer window will then close at 5 p. The amount pleases the Catalan club, which will accept the offer.
Juve will also go for Sessegnon Various European clubs are mad about the Fulham midfielder and Juventus have also joined in the race, according to 'The Sun'. The transfer window for domestic deals opened on Thursday, May 16. Players may join at any time, clubs may sign players dependent on their league's regulations, and clubs may sign a on an emergency loan if they have no registered senior goalkeeper available. Something that came into practice for the first time last season, Premier League sides agreed to shut it early as managers had complained that signing players once the season was under way caused disruption to preparations. The Sun: Pogba and Lukaku could earn United 230 million Departures are coming up at Old Trafford. Depending on the chain of events that might help facilitate moves for Pogba, Lukaku, De Ligt, etc. The transfer window for domestic deals opened on Thursday, May 16.