Transfer news LIVE: Jude Bellingham officially SIGNS for Real Madrid on day ONE of window, Mbappe race, PSG eye Kane | The Sun

REAL MADRID have officially announced the signing of Jude Bellingham on day ONE of the summer transfer window.

The 19-year-old has become the most expensive British player of all time with the transfer fee at £115million.

Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in a sensational move for Kylian Mbappe this summer, according to reports.

Meanwhile, PSG are reportedly rivalling Manchester United in the hunt for Harry Kane.


Stay up to date with all the latest from the world of transfer news…

  • By Anthony Chapman

    Blues abandon Tammy reunion plans

    Chelesa were considering re-signing Tammy Abraham only for a devastating knee injury to scupper the transfer, according to reports.

    The Blues are on the lookout for a recognised No9 after struggling in front of goal last season.

    They scored just 38 times in the Premier League and to put that right, the club did weigh up a move for Abraham, claim The Athletic.

    However, the deal is now off after his devastating knee injury in Roma's last game of the season.

  • By Anthony Chapman

    Breaking – Real confirm Bellingham deal

    Real Madrid have announced the signing of England star Jude Bellingham.

    The Borussia Dortmund midfielder has penned a six-year deal with Carlo Ancelotti's side.

    And the transfer fee could reach as much as £115million.


  • By Anthony Chapman

    Caice in point for Arteta

    Arsenal have renewed their interest in signing Moises Caicedo from Brighton, according to reports.

    Mikel Arteta attempted to sign the midfielder in January, but the Seagulls refused to let him leave mid-season.

    And according to The Times, Arsenal are preparing another bid.

    The Gunners are reportedly willing to match Brighton's £80million asking price, but they are yet to launch a formal offer.

  • By Anthony Chapman

    Spurs' Raya deal still open

    Tottenham's move for David Raya is not done yet.

    That's because Man United are still in the race to sign the Brentford goalie.

    The Mirror claims Erik ten Hag is ready to make a move despite Spurs agreeing personal terms with the Spaniard.

    But like their London rivals, United are also unwilling to meet Brentford's £40million price tag.

  • By Anthony Chapman

    Partey's over for Gunners ace

    Arsenal are open to selling Thomas Partey this summer, according to reports.

    Partey, 30, has two years left on his contract but could be sold amid interest from two Italian clubs, report The Times.

    The Ghana international impressed for large parts of the season but his performances declined in the latter stages.

    And that means Mikel Arteta could be ready to say goodbye – if he gets a deal across the line for Moises Caicedo.

  • By Anthony Chapman

    Mbappe to the United future

    Man United have been tipped to make a “wild Kylian Mbappe bid” with a “world record contract.”

    That’s with Qatari chiefs “already forgetting about Paris Saint-Germain.”

    Edu Aguirre of El Chiringuito said: "It’s more than likely that Manchester United are going to make a wild offer this summer to Kylian Mbappe."


  • By Anthony Chapman

    Breaking – Woods leaving talkSPORT Breakfast

    Laura Woods is in line for a new job after stepping down from her role on talkSPORT's Sports Breakfast show.

    Woods' departure comes amid reports she's being lined up to replace Jake Humphrey at TNT Sports.

    It's claimed TNT – who were previously BT Sports – want the veteran broadcaster to head up their Premier League coverage.


  • By Anthony Chapman

    Rice transfer 'sparks midfield madness'

    Declan Rice's move to Arsenal will kick off an explosive midfielder merry-go-round this summer.

    Gianluca Di Marzio told Wettfreunde: "If Rice goes to Arsenal, Caicedo goes to Chelsea or Bayern."

    “These three clubs [Bayern, Arsenal and Chelsea] apply for Declan Rice and Moises Caidedo. Caicedo will definitely leave Brighton.

     "If Caicedo goes to Chelsea, Bayern can get Sofyan Amrabat.”

  • By Anthony Chapman

    Rom’s feast in Middle East

    Chelsea star Romelu Lukaku has been offered an incredible £21million-a-year deal by Al-Hilal.

    The striker spent the season on loan at Inter Milan and is not keen on returning to London.

    Goal claims Lukaku has already met with Al Hilal officials to discuss a money-spinning move.

    But they are unwilling to meet the fee Todd Boehly is demanding, with Chelsea open to the Belgian’s return.

  • By Anthony Chapman

    Spur of moment for Harry

    PSG have emerged as contenders to sign Man United target Harry Kane this summer, according to reports.

    According to French outlet Foot Mercato, Kane's representatives met with PSG transfer chief Luis Campos last month.

    The two parties are claimed to have held an informal conversation about the England captain's future.

    And PSG see Kane as the ideal man to lead their line in place of Lionel Messi, with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar also set to leave.

  • By Jordan Davies

    Arsenal and Newcastle receive Neves boost

    Midfielder Neves, 26, is keen to depart Wolves this summer with aspirations of playing in the Champions League next season.

    Wolves are also believed to be interested in cashing in on the Portuguese international with his current contract expiring in June 2024.

    Barcelona appeared a likely destination, however, Mendes’ ambitious plan to execute a switch between Neves and Catalan star Ansu Fati – another of his clients – has hit stumbling blocks.

    Despite being unwanted at Barca by boss Xavi, Fati, 20, has no interest in swapping Spain for the Midlands.

    Barca are not in a financial position to fork out an estimated £25m to bring Neves to the Nou Camp without the option of a player exchange.

    Tensions between Fati and Mendes are at breaking point, while Neves is also getting frustrated that his future is no closer to being resolved.

    SunSport understands that Mendes is using Barca’s weak interest in Neves to ramp up attention from previous potential suitors Arsenal and Newcastle.

    The Premier League duo at one point had considered a move for Neves, but have since moved on to other targets.

  • By Connor Greaves

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    The social media activity of Kylian Mbappe created a media frenzy yesterday, with the French international only having a year left on his contract.

    While he has said he is wanting to see out his existing contract at the club, PSG are sure to want to cash in if the price is right.

    Tottenham are among a host of clubs interested in Man Utd flop Jadon Sancho.

    Chelsea are looking to offload players from their huge squad this summer as Pochettino looks to revamp the club.

    Man City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is likely to spark a host of clubs wanting to sign the free agent when his contract expires this summer.

    Pep Guardiola has given no hints on who he is planning to replace the German international with at his treble-winning side.

    Liverpool are looking to get their transfer business done early in the window as push forward looking to add Khephren Thuram to the impressive signing of Alexis Mac Allister.

  • By Kieran Davies

    European club looking for Chelsea raid

    Galatasaray are looking to sign several players from Mauricio Pochettino's Chelsea this summer.

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is reported to be one of their key targets they want to take to Turkey.

    In addition to this, Christian Pulisic is also of great interest to the Super-Lig winning side.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Arsenal need to answer Jesus question

    While all the transfer focus seems to be on the centre of midfield, Edu needs to address the elephant in the room, the strikers.

    There is no doubt Jesus added something to the squad this season but his goal return is not that of a side that will challenge Man City for the title.

    With Eddie Nketiah as back up for the Brazilian, Mikel Arteta really needs to find a striker who is capable of scoring 20+ goals a season.

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  • By Kieran Davies

    Interest in ex-Dortmund star picks up

    While Tottenham remain interested in Jadon Sancho, it has been reported that two European giants have sent scouts to watch the player.

    The teams involved are PSG and Napoli who are both looking to bolster their ranks as they plan for summer departures.

    It has not worked out for Sancho since his return to England and Erik ten Hag could well be interested in cashing in on the player.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Chelsea planning to rival Arsenal for player

    Mauricio Pochettino has made Moises Caicedo one of his key targets for his summer transfer dealings.

    With Arsenal also targeting the player, who they have been long-term admirers of, it could be Brighton who profit from the interest of the Premier League clubs.

    The Seagulls are expected to ask in the region of £80m for the Ecuadorian international but that fee could rise if they can get clubs into a bidding war.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Foxes want ex-Man Utd boss at helm

    Leicester City have targeted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the manager to get them back into the Premier League.

    He has experience of briefly managing in the Championship when he was in charge of Cardiff City.

    Solskjaer managed to take Man Utd to a sixth placed finish in the Premier League but was eventually sacked by the Old Trafford outfit.

  • By Kieran Davies

    United join race for relegated star

    Man Utd have joined the race for Leeds Utd midfielder Tyler Adams who joined the club from RB Leipzig last summer.

    Reports suggest that he has a £30m release clause due to their relegation from the Premier League.

    Lots of sides have shown interest in the USA midfielder so the Red Devils could have a battle on their hands.

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  • By Kieran Davies

    Edu plans life after Declan Rice

    Sporting director Edu already knows what two transfers the club are going to try and seal when the dust is settled on Declan Rice.

    Arsenal are planning to secure the services of Moises Caicedo and Ilkay Gundogan.

    Adding these two players, as well as Rice, would certainly give The Gunners a centre midfield to compete with anyone in the Premier League.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Inter agree contract extension with defender

    Inter Milan have reportedly agreed a two-year contract extension with Stefan de Vrij.

    The player could have moved on as a free agent in the summer but has decided to extend his stay in Milan.

    It will cement the dogged defence that resulted in their journey to the Champions League final this season.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Arsenal paying price for failed transfer

    Mikel Arteta’s side have enquired about the availability of Ousmane Diomande with Sporting Lisbon.

    Juventus are also interested in the player who only recently moved to Portugal.

    Sadly for Arsenal fans, Sporting have the played ‘locked in’ with his contract and if they wish to prize him away, they would have to meet his £69m release clause.

    They paid £6.5m for the 19-year-old when they signed him from FC Midtjylland.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Konate hoping 'little brother' comes to Anfield

    Liverpool defender Ibrahima Konate has been speaking about how he hopes fellow French international Khephren Thuram joins him at Anfield.

    Speaking to the media at their international training camp, the defender said "I would be very happy for him [Thuram] to come to Liverpool and I would take him under my wing and I would do everything for him to progress and become the player he wants to become."

    "Khephren is like my little brother, he's someone I saw growing up. I was with his big brother in the training centre, but I saw him grow. I saw him perform and progress at a level… It was incredible."

  • By Kieran Davies

    Poch focus could aid United’s transfer target

    Man Utd seem to be stuck in a stalemate with Chelsea over their respective valuations of Mason Mount.

    Erik ten Hag seems to be willing to pay no more than £50m for the England international, while Chelsea value him at £70m.

    However, Mauricio Pochettino is considering involving academy player Cesare Casadei in his pre-season tour.

    The youngster has impressed at the under-20 World Cup and the Argentine manager thinks he has what it takes to step up to the first team.

    If this is the case, he could replace Mount in The Blues’ squad for this forthcoming season.

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  • By Kieran Davies

    Gunners looking to raid Man City again

    Mikel Arteta is keen to secure the signing of Joao Cancelo from the Premier League champions.

    Talks between the club and the player’s agents have gone well and the only stumbling block could be the transfer fee.

    Man City value the player at £45m but it is thought that Arsenal are readying a bid of £35m to test the waters in Manchester.

    Arteta seems keen to switching to three at the back with wingbacks, signing Cancelo would allow him to play the Portuguese player with Zinchenko on the opposite flank.

  • By Kieran Davies

    North London side lead Maddison chase

    Tottenham are thought to have jumped to the front of the queue to sign Leicester City star James Maddison.

    Despite Newcastle have long-term interest in the player, it is rumoured that Maddison is a big fan of new manager Ange Postecoglou.

    It is likely when it comes to bidding that Tottenham will also be willing to pay more for the player than Eddie Howe's side despite their Saudi-backed ownership.

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