The latest transfer speculations from the Premier League and around the world are included here.
Manchester United ready to lose heads’ for star According to reports in Spain, Manchester United has a “current obsession” with AC Milan striker Theo Hernandez.
Fichajes de Estado Erik ten Hag wants to bolster his alternatives at left-back, where Luke Shaw has never been totally convincing.
According to the magazine, the French international is one of United’s “new goals” for the 2023/24 season.
United would be willing to pay €60 million for the defender, which would be a great surprise given that the Old Trafford club is on a tight budget this summer.
According to the article, United are “ready to lose their heads” for the France star. PSG is also interested in the 27-year-old.
Liverpool disrupts the Caicedo race.
The projected impending exits of Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson and Fabinho will force the Reds to compete for Brighton’s Moises Caicedo.
Henderson reportedly agreed to a £700,000-per-week contract with Steven Gerrard’s Al Ettifaq.
If both depart Merseyside, as appears inevitable, Jurgen Klopp will be left with a void in the engine room, and while he is interested in Southampton’s Romeo Lavia, Caicedo is certainly an upgrade.
Chelsea appeared to be leading the race to capture the Ecuadorian from the Seagulls, with a price tag of £100 million set. Klopp, on the other hand, wants to reunite the star with Alexis MacAllister, whom he purchased for £35 million earlier this summer.
The Blues were said to be in the “final stages” of a deal for the 21-year-old, but the Reds suddenly intervened at the 11th hour.
Today is the day for the rice move.
Declan Rice’s long-awaited transfer to Arsenal is poised to be finalized today.
The West Ham captain’s transfer has dominated the headlines this summer, with a £105 million deal now just hours away.
The Gunners were in pole position to sign the midfielder once the season finished, but Manchester City’s interest slowed proceedings. But it turned out that Rice had always preferred north London and his move across the English city is now destined to set a British transfer record.
According to Sky Sports, the paperwork for the transaction will be sent to the Hammers today, with the Gunners departing for their pre-season tour of the United States on Sunday.
Hammers manager David Moyes stated earlier this week that they “can’t plan anything” until the Rice trade is completed. “I’ve just been listening to Sky and getting the news from Sky – you seem to know more about it than me and get the news faster than I do!” Moyes exclaimed.
“We can’t really plan anything until it’s finished.” We’ll have to wait and see what happens. Everyone is aware of the issue, and we are all waiting for something to happen.
“I don’t believe we can replace Declan like for like.” However, we will be adding to the squad as time goes on. We won’t tell you who we are or what we plan to do.”