Sergio Ramos will not leave Real Madrid anytime soon, especially during this transfer window, as the President of the club, Florentino Perez, has vowed that the 34-year-old Spanish defender would retire at the club. So far, he has won five Spanish La Liga titles and four UEFA Champions League titles with Madrid. The Real Madrid‘s captain has one year on his current contract with the club. “Ramos will be here for the rest of his life, everyone can relax,” Florentino Perez said.
Below are other latest transfer updates:
John McGinn transfer to Newcastle
Newcastle United have shown interest in securing the services of 25-year-old Scotland midfielder John McGinn. The Aston Villa star still has until 2024 before his current contract with the club expires. However, Newcastle United will move for the Scotland international if Aston Villa is relegated this summer.
His current mar onket value is €16 million.
Jonathan David transfer update
Gent will not accept the £23 million French Ligue 1 club, Lille, paid for their 20-year-old striker, Jonathan David. Despite the fact that David has admitted that he wants to join Lille, Gent would not allow him to go so cheaply. The club can only listen to an offer for their striker if the price is between £27 million and £32 million.
Thiago Alcantara transfer to Liverpool
Thiago Alcantara has agreed personal terms with Liverpool football club. The 29-year-old Bayern Munich midfielder could cost Liverpool about £36 million before the German club will release him. His current contract with Bayern will expire in June 2021.
Todd Cantwell transfer saga
Todd Cantwell might not go down with his relegated club, Norwich City, as Newcastle United and Leicester City are planning a move for the 22-year-old England midfielder. The youngster still has until 2022 before his contract will expire.
His current worth in the transfer market is €20 million.
Jadon Sancho transfer update
The lingering Jadon Sancho’s move to Manchester United could soon be completed according to latest reports. Borussia Dortmund have been insisting that they will not accept anything less than £100 million for the 20-year-old England winger. And United are reportedly at the verge of agreeing terms with Dortmund despite the outrageous price tag.
Mikel Arteta is not sure of having enough money to sign top-class players
The manager of Arsenal football club, Mikel Arteta is not sure that he would be able to get the kind of money needed for the kind of players he would like to buy during this transfer window. He, however, said he has trust in the capacity of Vinai Venkatesham, the managing director of the club who has the responsibility for players recruitment at the club.
Jesus to return Home
Jorge Jesus, the manager of Brazilian club, Flamengo, is set to return to his home country, Portugal, to rejoin Benfica on a 3-year-deal. The 65-year-old Portuguese tactician was the head coach of Benfica between 2009 and 2015 and won three Primeira Liga trophies, three League cups and one Portugal Cup. He spent just 13 successful months at Flamengo before he decided to return home.
Sheffield United sign Wes Foderingham
Wes Foderingham is now a Sheffield United goalkeeper as the 29-year-old former Rangers goalkeeper agreed to sign a three-year deal with the club. He has been without a club since May 2020.
Timothy Fosu-Mensah transfer saga
Manchester United are set to give their 22-year-old Netherlands right-back Timothy Fosu-Mensah contract extension in order to have more time to establish himself at the club. The right-back who has been used just once this season still have until June 2021 before his current contract will expire.
Ben Chilwell is not for sale
Despite trending interest from Chelsea football club and the host of other top Premier League clubs, the manager of Leicester City, Brendan Rodgers, has insisted that Ben Chilwell is not for sale.
“We’ve got a fantastic squad and one that we want to keep together”, Brendan Rodgers said. “There’s no intention to sell Ben Chilwell and absolutely no need to sell. The message is: He’s not for sale.”
Tottenham gives Oliver Skipp new contract
The manager of Tottenham Hotspur, Jose Mourinho has ensured that his 19-year-old Tottenham Hotspur’s academy graduate, Oliver Skipp, is given a new contract less than 6 months after promoting him to the club’s senior team. The new contract will keep him at the club until 2024.
Alexandre Lacazette transfer to Juventus
Alexandre Lacazette could leave Arsenal football club this summer as Italian Serie A giants, Juventus, have begun talks with the representatives of the 28-year-old French striker and Arsenal. The striker who joined Arsenal from Lyon in 2017, still has until June 2022 before his current contract will expire.
His current market value is €48 million.