Goal summarises the biggest transfer talk from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, the Bundesliga and beyond
INTER TO MAKE €70M MBAPPE BID
Inter are preparing a €70 million bid for Monaco forward Kylian Mbappe, according to Fox Sports Italia via Football Italia.
The Nerazzurri have been impressed by the teenager’s impact this season and see him as the perfect partner for current striker Mauro Icardi.
BARCA TURN TO GARCIA
Barcelona have added Red Bull Salzburg manager Oscar Garcia to their shortlist of replacements for Luis Enrique, according to Sport.
The former Brighton and Watford boss was a midfielder for Barca in his playing days, and the club’s hierarchy believe he has the right DNA to take charge at Camp Nou.
LIVERPOOL KEEN ON VAN DIJK
Liverpool are set to join the race to sign Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
Chelsea and Manchester City have shown an interest in the Netherlands international, but Jurgen Klopp is keen to bolster his defence with a marquee signing.
LEICESTER JOIN GIBSON RACE
Leicester City are the latest club to show an interest in signing Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The England Under-21 international has impressed this season, with Liverpool and Chelsea both considering summer bids, though Boro are unlikely to accept anything less than £30 million.
CITY COOL INTEREST IN SPURS TRIO
Manchester City are set to cool their interest in signing a trio of Tottenham’s talented English stars, according to the Daily Mail.
Pep Guardiola had hoped to sign Kyle Walker, Danny Rose and Dele Alli this summer but is now admitting defeat in his pursuit of the Spurs stars.
CHELSEA BID FOR BELOTTI REJECTED
Chelsea have seen an offer of €59 million for Torino striker Andrea Belotti rejected, according to Tuttosport.
The Italy international is the top scorer in Serie A this season but has a reported €100m release clause in his contract.
ARSENAL HOLD ALLEGRI TALKS
Arsenal have contacted Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri over the possibility of replacing Arsene Wenger, according to The Sun.
The Gunners are in danger of missing out on a place in the Champions League, and the club’s hierarchy have reached out to the former Milan boss over the past week to discuss a potential contract.
ARSENAL TO OFFER ALEXIS £300K PW
Arsenal are prepared to make wantaway star Alexis Sanchez the highest paid player in the Premier League should he remain in north London, according to a report from the Standard.
The Chile international has long been linked with a move away from the Emirates, with top-tier rivals Manchester City thought to be leading the chase, though the Gunners are determined to hold onto their key asset.
Despite the future of manager Arsene Wenger being unclear, Arsenal chiefs are ready to offer Alexis £300,000-per-week to secure his future, overtaking Manchester United’s Paul Pogba’s £290,000 weekly wage.
LIVERPOOL WANT £35M OX
Liverpool have not been put off by Arsenal’s £35 million valuation of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, reports the Telegraph.
The England international is heading towards the final 12 months of his Gunners contract and the Reds are plotting a raid on their Premier League rivals.
BAYERN EYE PAULINHO
Bayern Munich are considering bringing former Tottenham midfielder Paulinho back to Europe from Guangzhou Evergrande, says RMC Sport.
The Brazil international headed to China in 2015 but may be offered the chance to rekindle his career at the highest level with the Bundesliga champions.
CITY WANT CASH BIDS FOR HART
Manchester City are only willing to negotiate cash offers for outcast Joe Hart and will therefore reject Torino’s approach for a second loan this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
City are believed to be keen to recoup around £15m for the goalkeeper, who is a certainty to leave the Etihad Stadium at the end of the current campaign.
ARSENAL SET FOR £200M OVERHAUL
Arsenal will have upwards of £100 million – perhaps closer to £200m – to spend in the summer transfer window, with Arsene Wenger expected to be the man to use the funds as part of a squad overhaul, the Mirror reports.
The report states Wenger will sign a new two-year deal at the Emirates and could oversee the sale of Jack Wilshere, Olivier Giroud, David Ospina, and Lucas Perez to name a few, as the Gunners look to put together a massive transfer kitty and get serious about challenging for major silverware.
ARSENAL WANT OVERMARS
Arsenal are intent on appointing their first ever director of football at the club, with Marc Overmars the leading candidate to fill the position, the Daily Mail reports.
The report states that the Gunners are looking to shake things up behind the scenes, with potential candidates set to take charge of the club’s transfer business as well as its footballing ethos.
Arsenal are also said to be admirers of Dortmund director Michael Zorc.
BARCA STAR WANTS PL MOVE
Barcelona defender Jordi Alba has spoken to fellow Spaniards in the Premier League as he considers a move to England, reports AS.
The 2012 European Championship-winning full-back has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.
MAN UTD EYE MONACO TRIO
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is planning a £72 million raid on Monaco for Tiemoue Bakayoko, Djibril Sidibe and Benjamin Mendy, according to The Sun.
The Red Devils boss is hoping to be given £250m to spend this summer as he looks to overhaul his squad at Old Trafford.
KEY DUO TO LEAVE CHELSEA
Both Eden Hazard and Diego Costa are set to leave Chelsea this summer, according to The Sun.
Real Madrid are increasingly confident of completing a £100 million move for Hazard while Costa wants to leave England and is set to join a Chinese Super League side.
CITY PLOT MENDY MOVE
Manchester City are set to make a bid for Monaco defender Benjamin Mendy, according to France Football.
Pep Guardiola is keen to rejuvenate his backline next season and is hopeful of completing a quick deal for the full-back.
ZAHA TOPS CITY SHORTLIST
Crystal Palace winger Wilfred Zaha is top of Manchester City’s summer transfer wishlist, according to The Sun.
Pep Guardiola has been impressed by the Ivory Coast international and is ready to battle Tottenham for his signature.