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KYLIAN MBAPPE could leave PSG this summer after reportedly telling the club he doesn't wish to extend his contract, which runs out in the summer of 2024.

The Frenchman, therefore, could be looked to move in the coming weeks, or PSG risk losing him for free next summer.

Elsewhere, Tottenham have been dealt a blow to their hopes of signing free agent Evan N'Dicka.

Meanwhile, RB Leipzig have reportedly set a price tag of £75million for star defender Josko Gvardiol, according to reports.


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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Wolves tipped for Maguire move

    Wolves have been suggested as another club that could make a move for out-of-favour Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire.

    The England international has been linked with an exit from Old Trafford this summer, with West Ham, Tottenham and Aston Villa among the clubs interested in him.

    However according to CBS Sports, Wolves could also throw their name into the hat.

    The club could view Maguire as a potential replacement for Max Kilman, who has been linked with a £30million exit from the Molineux Stadium.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Kante 'close to Saudi switch'

    Chelsea star N'Golo Kante is reportedly closing in on a move to Saudi Arabian outfit Al Ittihad.

    Fabrizio Romano has reported that the midfielder could officially join the club in the next 24 hours.

    He has claimed that Kante has already agreed a deal and has completed the first part of his medical.

    However, the deal is still waiting on signatures from Kante and his agent.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Arsenal favourites to sign Rice

    Arsenal have become the bookies’ favourites to sign West Ham star Declan Rice.

    The Gambling Zone have rated the Gunners at 1/5 to sign the midfielder before September 3.

    While his odds of going to Manchester United are 10/1.

    For Rice to stay at West Ham or move to Chelsea, the odds sit at 11/1.

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Zubimendi snubs Barca switch

    Arsenal transfer target Martin Zubimendi has publically snubbed a move to Barcelona.

    The Real Sociedad star was linked with a move to the Gunners in January and is believed to be an alternative option to Declan Rice this summer.

    However, he was also admired by Barca boss Xavi, but the midfielder is more interested in replacing Asier Illarramendi than switching to the Nou Camp.

    He told El Diario Vasco: “Inheriting Asier Illarramendi’s No4 motivates me more than Sergio Busquets’ No5.”

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Saudi move for Lukaku?

    Romelu Lukaku is reportedly in talks over a move to Saudi Arabia outfit Al-Hilal.

    The Chelsea man was on loan at Inter Milan last season and reached the Champions League final, only to lose to Man City.

    The striker will return to the Blues before making a decision on his future.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    West Ham 'target trio' to replace Rice

    West Ham are reportedly targeting three midfielders to replace Declan Rice.

    Rice is reportedly closing in on a move to Arsenal and the Hammers have drawn up their list of replacements.

    According to the Guardian, the club are eyeing moves for Ajax's Edson Alvarez, Fulham's Palhinha and Southampton star James Ward Prowse.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Chelsea 'leading Caicedo race'

    Chelsea are reportedly leading the race to sign Moises Caicedo.

    The Brighton star was a top target of Arsenal in January, but Chelsea appear to be the favourites to sign him this summer.

    According to FootballTransfers, the Blues will offer the midfielder and his agents more money than the Gunners to complete a deal.

    The Ecuadorian would have been a backup target for Arsenal should they miss out on Declan Rice.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Roma to step up Scamacca hunt

    West Ham striker Gianluca Scamacca could be on his way out of the club after just one year.

    Roma director Tiago Pinto is set to fly into London to continue negotiations with the Hammers.

    Scamacca was a Roma fan growing up and is thought to be keen on the idea of moving back to Italy.

    The deal is reportedly set to be a loan move as the Italian could replace the ACL injured Tammy Abraham.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Brighton youngster joins Dutch giants

    Brighton and Hove Albion prospect Antef Tsoungui has joined Dutch champions Feyenoord.

    The 20-year-old centre-back has completed the move for an undisclosed fee.

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Spurs dealt 'N'Dicka blow'

    Tottenham have been dealt a blow to their hopes of signing free agent Evan N'Dicka.

    According to Fabrio Romano, Roma are "getting confident" of signing the centre-back this week.

    He claims that a five year contract has been discussed and the Italian side are "hopeful" of completing a deal.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    United fans dreaming of Mbappe

    Manchester United fans are dreaming of signing Kylian Mbappe after his transfer bombshell emerged at the same time of reports that the Qataris have won the takeover race for the club.

    The French forward has allegedly informed Paris Saint-Germain he will not extend his contract.

    The Parisians will have to sell him this summer to avoid losing him for free next year.

    And now United supporters are going wild over his bombshell and hope that the reports that Sheikh Jassim has won the United takeover race so they can land the World Cup winner are true.

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Youngster ‘wants Arsenal exit’

    Charlie Patino reportedly still wants to leave Arsenal after a season out on loan at Blackpool.

    The midfielder is viewed as a top prospect by the Gunners, who are keen to keep hold.

    But according to Fabrizio Romano, the club will allow him to leave but will insist on a buy-back clause.

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Chelsea 'target goalkeeper'

    Chelsea are reportedly looking to improve their goalkeeping options for next season as new manager Mauricio Pochettino tries to get the team ready to challenge for European spots again.

    According to The Telegraph, Inter Milan's Andre Onana is one of the top targets to replace Kepa Arrizabalaga and Edouard Mendy.

    The Cameroonian stopper has retired from international duty and would be free to commit his full attention to the Blues.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Gvardiol price tag revealed

    RB Leipzig have reportedly set a price tag of £75million for star defender Josko Gvardiol, according to TalkSPORT.

    The 21-year-old Croatia international is a target for Manchester City as Pep Guardiola tries to strengthen his treble-winning squad.

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  • By Ian Tuckey

    Latest transfer gossip

    Kylian Mbappe has sparked a transfer war while Arsenal are closing on Declan Rice for £100million-plus.

    And Liverpool have reportedly cleared the way for Chelsea's Mason Mount to join Manchester United.

    France legend Mbappe has reportedly told PSG he won't trigger a 12-month contract extension to stay beyond June 2024.

    That will alert Premier League giants. possibly including the Red Devils and past admirers Liverpool.

    But Real Madrid will be favourites to sign the 24-year-old striker.

    Meanwhile, it's claimed the Gunners are in "smooth talks" with West Ham as they near a British record transfer deal for Rice.

    That suggests Arsenal have seen off Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Newcastle and Man Utd for the England midfielder.

    Elsewhere, Newcastle have made Gambian forward Yankuba Minteh, 18, their first signing of the summer.

    But the Magpies promptly sent the arrival from Danish club OB Odense on loan to Dutch champs Feyenoord.

    It's thought Liverpool have ducked out of bidding for £70m-rated Mount.

    And even his main suitors United are desperate to negotiate a lower fee for the England playmaker.

    Leeds' Illan Meslier says he’d only be interested in joining Chelsea as first-choice keeper.

    And the relegated Whites are being linked with Cameroon midfielder Pierre Kunde, who is tipped to depart Olympiacos this summer.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Roma 'in for Xhaka'

    Roma are tipped to rival Bayer Leverkusen for Arsenal's Granit Xhaka.

    The Switzerland midfielder could be ousted at the Emirates by plans for big-money recruits, mainly of course Declan Rice.

    But teh Gunners will reportedly hold out for nearly £20million for Xhaka.

    And Fichajes say Jose Mourinho's Serie A club are ready to renew their interest in the 30-year-old.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Liverpool urged to target Kone & Thuram

    Borussia Monchengladbach stars Manu Kone and Marcus Thuram would be brilliant signings for Liverpool.

    That's the verdict of Reds' legend John Barnes on the two Frenchman.

    Midfielder Kone, 22, is a former Under-21 international and 25-year-old winger Thuram has 10 senior caps.

    Ex-England wideman Barnes told Bonuscodebets: "Liverpool are fine in the attacking, creative and goalscoring parts of the field.” 

    “We now need to go back to the template of two or three years ago when we had hard-working defensive midfielders like Wijnaldum, Henderson, Milner and Fabinho.” 

    “Kone fits that category so he would be a great signing for Liverpool.”

    Barnes added: "People spoke about the Real Madrid team getting old and now they’ve become younger and more dynamic.”

    “That’s the right way to go about things and Thuram would be another welcomed addition alongside Kone.”

  • By Ian Tuckey

    'Casemiro means Utd don't need Declan'

    Manchester United don't need Arsenal target Declan Rice, according to the two clubs' ex-defender Mikael Silvestre.

    The Frenchman reckons Old Traford boss Erik ten Hag would prefer to field just one anchorman – and already has Brazilian Casemiro.

    West Ham's England midfielder Rice could cost a British record fee of more than £100million.

    And Silvestre told  “When you have Casemiro, I don’t think you need Declan Rice.

    "It’s not the way Erik wants to play, with two sitting defensive midfielders. 

    "I don’t think that’s the best option. “It’s not what United needs.”

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Gunners told to keep Toon & Villa target Tierney

    Arsenal must fight to keep Newcastle and Aston Villa target Kieran Tierney, says ex-Gunners defender Miakel Silvestre.

    The former Manchester United star reckons Tierney is needed as Champions League back-up,

    Silvestre hopes the Scotland star stays to compete with first-choice left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko.

    He told "I think it’s important that Arsenal find a way to retain Kieran Tierney.”

    “Fighting for the title, playing in the Champions League again, you need two international level players in almost every position.

    “So, they need to find a way to convince him that he’s part of the plan for next season.”

    But Silvestre admitted: "He should have a lot of clubs looking for him because it’s hard to find a player to play left-back these days

    “The Premier League, he has the attribute to play for any team and it makes sense for Villa and Newcastle to be chasing him.”

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Magpies bag Yankuba

    Newcastle made Gambian starlet Yankuba Minteh their first signing of the summer – before sending him straight on loan to Feyenoord, writes OSCAR PAUL.

    Toon paid Danish club OB Odense around £6million for the young forward, who bagged four goals and six assists last season.

    Minteh, 18, will spend next season in Holland with newly-crowned champions Feyenoord before fighting for a place in Eddie Howe's squad. 

    And Newcastle director of football Dan Ashworth said: “We are very pleased to be bringing a player with Yankuba’s high potential to Newcastle United.

    “He has done extremely well in his first full season in Denmark, and he has a promising career ahead of him.

    “We look forward to working with him in this exciting phase of his development, and we’re excited to see how he performs at Feyenoord, a club that also has a strong development record of its own.

    “As well as supporting the first team with players for the here and now, we have a clear philosophy to invest in emerging talent and we want to provide a player pathway that will help to build and sustain long-term success.”

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Gunners 'closing on record Rice deal'

    Arsenal are nearing a £100million-plus deal for Declan Rice, it's claimed tonight.

    Reports are emerging saying the Gunners have seen off Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Newcastle and Manchester United for the West Ham skipper.

    The Irish Times suggest Arsenal are willing to pay a British record fee for the England midfielder, 24.

    It's said there's been "smooth talks" between the Gunners and Hammers.

    And with add-ons the transfer could top the £100m that Manchester City paid for England winger Jack Grealish.

    Arsenal's club record is the £72m paid to Lille for wideman Nicolas Pepe four years ago.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    ‘Love to see Klopp land Declan'

    Peter Crouch is dreaming of Arsenal’s top target Declan Rice joining Liverpool – even though Alexis mac Allister is a “good signing”.

    But the ex-Tottenham and England striker reckons the West Ham skipper could be too costly for his former club the Reds.

    Crouch told Paddy Power: “Alexis Mac Allister is a good signing for Liverpool. He’s a great player but the fans will want more signings before next season.

    “Defensive reinforcements and another midfielder would be welcome.

    “I know he’s being linked elsewhere but I’d absolutely love to see Declan Rice come in as well.

    “He’s a class act and I think he could go to any club and be a great signing for them. It probably won’t be Liverpool as he’s going to be very expensive, but it would be a great addition.”

  • By Ian Tuckey

    United 'launch Rabiot bid'

    Manchester United have reportedly bid for Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot.

    The Frenchman previously linked with Arsenal and Chelsea finished the season with eight goals and four assists from 32 Serie A games.

    And the 37-cap ex-PSG star, 28, won't come cheap.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Leeds target Kunde set for Olympiacos exit

    Leeds' chances of signing Pierre Kunde have been boosted after reports the Cameroon midfielder will leave Olympiacos this summer.

    Kunde has been on loan with Bundesliga side Bochun and is tipped in Greece to join a Championship team in England.

    Relegated Leeds are known admirers of the 27-year-old.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Clubs on red alert as Mbappe rejects contract extension

    Kylian Mbappe has sparked huge transfer interest by telling PSG he will not extend his contract an extra year beyond June 2024.

    The regular Real Madrid target has also been linked – rather optimistically – with Liverpool and Manchester United in the past.

    Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano revealed Mbappe, 24, has told PSG of his decision.

    And Romano suggests there is "no plan" to lose him for free.

    That is likely to trigger a big-money scramble this summer.

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