With the transfer window only a day old, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, and Manchester United are wasting no time in the market. Arsenal is on the verge of completing a significant £100m deal for Declan Rice and has already turned their attention to their next target, Kai Havertz from Chelsea, for around £60m. Interest in Manchester City’s Joao Cancelo remains active.
Chelsea, on the other hand, is in talks to sign striker Nicolas Jackson and is leading the race for Brighton’s Moises Caicedo. They are also targeting Dusan Vlahovic and Victor Osimhen. Chelsea is receiving interest in several of their players and has rejected Manchester United’s initial offer of £40m for Mason Mount, preparing for another bid.
Manchester United is strongly linked with Napoli defender Kim Min-Jae and could potentially enter the race for Kylian Mbappe if their takeover is completed. Tottenham is close to finalizing a deal for Brentford goalkeeper David Raya and continues to monitor James Maddison, although facing competition from Newcastle, who are also interested in Nicolo Barella. Real Madrid has confirmed the signing of Jude Bellingham and will present him today. Stay updated with the latest news, gossip, and rumors below!
There is growing interest in Arsenal wonderkid Ethan Nwaneri, who faces a crucial decision about his future. The 15-year-old became the Premier League’s youngest-ever player last year when he featured for Arsenal against Brentford. Chelsea, Manchester City, and Manchester United are all keen on signing the attacking midfielder as his schoolboy registration with Arsenal expires this month.
Van Dijk asks for more
Virgil van Dijk is confident that Alexis Mac Allister will be a successful addition to Liverpool, but he emphasized that the club needs more signings to improve their squad for the upcoming season. Liverpool, who won’t be participating in the Champions League next season, hopes to make significant additions to refresh the team.
Spurs interest in Gallagher
Tottenham is considering a move for Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher, who is set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer. Gallagher has also been linked with a transfer to Newcastle, but Spurs are showing interest, especially as the player prefers to stay in London.
The Blues bids for Caicedo
Chelsea is prepared to match any bid from Arsenal for Moises Caicedo this summer. The Blues have contacted Brighton, who are asking for an initial £70m with an additional £10m in add-ons. Bayern Munich is also interested, but Arsenal and Chelsea are the frontrunners for the midfielder.
West Ham has identified former Arsenal youngster Yunus Musah as a potential replacement for Declan Rice, who is expected to leave the club. Valencia’s USA international Musah could fill the void left by Rice with a fee of £21m.
Manchester United has ended their pursuit of Harry Kane and shifted their focus to other targets. The club has decided not to engage in prolonged transfer negotiations with Tottenham and will explore alternative options.
It seems they have learned from past experiences and do not want to repeat the saga they faced with Frankie de Jong.