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The summer transfer season is nearing, and speculation about who will go where is rife. Transfer Talk provides you the most up-to-date news on speculations, arrivals and departures, and, of course, completed transactions!
TOP STORY: Rudiger is still on the radar of major league teams.
According to The Daily Mail, the decision on Chelsea centre-back Antonio Rudiger’s future will be hurried after the Blues’ Champions League loss.
Rudiger has been linked with a transfer away from Stamford Bridge, with Manchester United, PSG, and Barcelona all keen in signing the Germany defender when his contract expires in the summer.
After falling down 3-1 in the first leg of their quarterfinal against Real Madrid, Thomas Tuchel’s team came back impressively to take a three-goal lead in the second leg on Tuesday, thanks to Rudiger’s strike, before Rodrygo and Karim Benzema rallied Real to a semifinal berth.
Following the heartbreaking expulsion, it is expected that discussions over Rudiger’s future would pick up speed.
Now that Chelsea has exited the Champions League, those teams are anticipated to intensify their efforts to convince the 29-year-old to join them.
The Blues are unable to recruit or move players owing to the penalties imposed on Roman Abramovich, which will remain in place until the club is sold to new owners.
15.36 BST: Manchester United examined eight possible managers before naming Ajax coach Erik ten Hag as the club’s sixth permanent manager since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure in 2013, according to ESPN’s Mark Ogden.
Following the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last November, United’s football director John Murtough compiled a final four-man shortlist that included Mauricio Pochettino, Luis Enrique, and Julen Lopetegui. However, the possibility of hiring Bayern Munich’s Julian Nagelsmann, Chelsea’s Thomas Tuchel, Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers, and former Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane was also considered. It was evident relatively immediately in the situations of Nagelsmann and Tuchel that neither would be a realistic aim.
Ten Hag, whose Ajax team faces PSV Eindhoven in the KNVB Beker final on Sunday, is expected to be confirmed as United’s manager before the end of the month, according to ESPN. The 52-year-old emerged as United’s No. 1 choice to succeed Solskjaer, who has been replaced on an interim basis by Ralf Rangnick until the end of the season.
– Ogden: Why was Ten Hag chosen as the guy to restore Man United’s glory?
The Chronicle says that Newcastle United is seeking to beat Arsenal to a second Brazilian midfielder from Lyon in as many transfer windows this summer.
Following Bruno Guimaraes’ January decision to join St James’ Park over Arsenal, the two Premier League teams are now vying for his compatriot and former OL teammate Lucas Paqueta.
The 24-year-old is also a target for Paris Saint-Germain, however the Ligue 1 champions may not be prepared to pay Lyon’s €65 million transfer price, allowing Newcastle to jump in.
Manchester City will try to earn funds by selling marginal players to help bankroll a summer offer for Borussia Dortmund attacker Erling Haaland, according to The Sun.
Haaland’s contract includes a €75 million release clause that must be activated before the end of the month, when the Norway international is expected to make a decision on his future. City believe they are the frontrunners to recruit the 21-year-old, whose Dortmund deal expires in 2024.
According to the Sun, the Premier League winners would put Yangel Herrera, Ko Itakura, and Taylor Harwood Bellis available for sale in order to assist finance a deal to acquire Haaland, who has 31 goals in 30 games for club and country this season.
According to The Northern Echo, Newcastle United are seeking to make Christian Eriksen a statement signing in the summer transfer season.
Eriksen, 30, has made an instant impression after joining Brentford on a short-term deal in January, making a remarkable comeback to football only seven months after having a heart attack while representing Denmark at Euro 2020.
The Denmark international’s contract expires at the end of the season, and numerous Premier League teams have been linked with a move for him if he does not extend his deal at Brentford.
Eriksen is back, and he’s better than ever. – Hamilton: Eriksen is back, and he’s better than ever.
11.32 BST: Tottenham midfielder Ryan Sessegnon talked to ESPN’s James Olley on how he is finally breaking into the first team under Antonio Conte, the club’s fourth permanent manager in three years:
“It rubs off on you when you have someone who is so enthusiastic about the game. He’s a stickler for detail. He aspires to be the greatest, and he is one of the best, so you want to give it your all in all you do. Every day, we go to the tactics room to improve ourselves and learn more about our opponents. It’s more about how we can improve, and I believe the team has made significant progress.”
– Sessegnon interview: Under Conte, Spurs’ career is now taking off
10.39 BST: Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel’s future at the club will be discussed.
Schmeichel’s contract expires at the conclusion of next season, and he recently stated that he may quit the club he joined in 2011 to “try someplace else” before retiring.
Rodgers lauded the Danish international’s role in Leicester’s 2015-16 Premier League championship success and FA Cup final victory last season, and complimented his contribution to the club’s history.
“He’s been a fantastic servant here and he’s now performing at a very high level,” Rodgers said before of the Foxes’ Europa Conference League quarterfinal second leg against PSV Eindhoven. “We’ll have a nice talk [about his contract] and get a sense of his thoughts.”
09.46 BST: NBA chairman Larry Tanenbaum and former Chelsea captain John Terry have joined Boston Celtics owner Stephen Pagliuca’s quest to buy the Premier League team.
Pagliuca said on Wednesday that Tanenbaum, the owner of the Canadian firm Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE), had joined the Chelsea bid as a “co-managing partner.” The Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, and Toronto FC are all owned by MLSE.
On Monday, Pagliuca made his first public comments regarding his Chelsea offer, promising to make the club “habitual champions.”
“This has been a tough period for the football club and its supporters,” he remarked. “My approach has always been to work quietly, with integrity, and to allow my actions and results speak for themselves throughout my life and career.”
“However, it is critical to reassure and explain our bid group’s obligations to fans, emphasizing how seriously we regard our possible duty to Chelsea.”
“Later this week, we will submit a substantial and credible bid proposal — one that we expect will meet the Premier League’s, UK Government’s, and UEFA’s respective requirements and regulations — and we pledge to uphold our commitment to credibility and good stewardship of Chelsea Football Club from day one.”
08.52 BST: Darwin Nunez has said that his only concentration is on performing well for Benfica until the conclusion of the season, despite speculations that he might join the Premier League this summer.
The Uruguay striker has 32 goals in 37 appearances for the Portuguese giants, including one in Wednesday’s 3-3 Champions League quarterfinal second leg tie at Liverpool, after scoring in the first leg, a 3-1 loss in Lisbon.
Nunez has been linked with Newcastle United, Arsenal, and Manchester United, and it is largely assumed that he will leave Benfica this summer.
After Wednesday’s game at Anfield, the 22-year-old remarked, “My duty is to make the most of the opportunities.” “I didn’t play much last year, but this season has been amazing.” The honor is due to my daily efforts and the assistance of my comrades. I’m going to keep working, improving, and scoring goals.
“Although Liverpool coach [Jurgen Klopp] has praised me, my concentration is set on Benfica until the conclusion of the season. I want to offer all I have for Benfica and their adoring supporters.”
Nunez joined Benfica from Almeria in the summer of 2020, and has a contract with the Lisbon club until June 2025. He just severed ways with his agency and signed Jorge Mendes, a Portuguese super agent.
Nunez has a €150 million release clause, but the Lisbon club might let him to go for about €126 million, which is what Atletico Madrid paid Benfica for star Joao Felix last summer.
08.00 BST: After being booed off and clashing with his own fans during a Premier League match against Crystal Palace in 2019, Granit Xhaka stated he was close to quitting Arsenal.
Arsenal were held to a 2-2 draw by Palace at the Emirates Stadium, and when Xhaka was replaced in the second half, he was booed by Arsenal supporters for taking so long to leave the field. When storming off the pitch, the midfielder took off his jersey and looked to scream at his own fans, swinging his arms inciting them to boo harder and cupping his ear.
Following the incident, Xhaka was stripped of his club leadership and disclosed that he was planning to quit the north London club.
“My belongings had been packed. The passports had been issued “‘I informed the Players’ Tribune,’ he said. “Arsenal was no longer an option for me. Finished. A contract from another club was on the table, and all I had to do was sign it. Leonita, my wife, and I had discussed and decided to go.”
The Switzerland international stated he was encouraged to stay at the club by new manager Mikel Arteta, but Xhaka says he would never forget the Arsenal fans’ response.
“I was taken aback. “I’d never had anything like this before,” he continued. “As I approached the tunnel, I glanced up at the supporters who were seated there — and this is the part that I will never forget.”
“I can still picture their faces when I shut my eyes now. Their rage is palpable. It’s not as if they dislike me. No, it’s not the same. This is a kind of hatred. Hatred in its purest form. I’m not exaggerating when I say this. I felt terribly degraded that day. The remarks were inappropriate. It had a personal feel about it.”
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GOSSIP ON PAPER (by Danny Lewis)
– According to Tuttosport, Lautaro Martinez, Alessandro Bastoni, and Milan Skriniar are among the players Internazionale might sell in order to finance their summer purchases. Inter want to recruit Juventus’ Paulo Dybala and Torino’s Bremer as free agents when their contracts expire. In the front, they’re looking at Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamacca and Real Madrid’s Luka Jovic, while in the midfield, they’re looking at Sassuolo’s Davide Frattesi and Real Madrid’s Dani Ceballos.
– Juventus are looking to bolster their midfield this summer, and Calciomercato has compiled a list of possible candidates. Paul Pogba of Manchester United is the first and most well-known, but Juventus may struggle to match his pay. Jorginho is also desired, however because to Chelsea’s ownership status, negotiating with them may be tricky. Ryan Gravenberch of Ajax Amsterdam was being watched but seems to be on his way to Bayern Munich, while Sergej Milinkovic-Savic of Lazio might be another possibility despite potentially difficult talks.
– According to Calciomercato, Arsenal will fight with Juventus for the acquisition of Alvaro Morata from Atletico Madrid this summer. When his loan from Atletico Madrid expires, Juventus has the option to acquire the Spaniard permanently for €35 million, but have been attempting to bring him in for €15 million. Arsenal is contemplating a €25 million bid, which would give Morata with a stronger financial package, yet the striker prefers to remain with Juventus.
– According to Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona is finalizing the paperwork for Ronald Araujo’s contract extension, which will extend until 2026 and feature a €1 billion release clause. They’re also working on a contract proposal for Gavi that includes a significant release provision.
MLSsoccer.com reports that the Vancouver Whitecaps are in advanced discussions to sign Nimes midfielder Adrian Cubas. The 25-year-old Paraguayan might be brought down with allocation money or signed as a Designated Player. According to some rumors, the transfer price might be €3 million.
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