Transfer News Updates [Mason Greenwood, Matty Cash, Olise, Bruno Fernandes, Others]

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Manchester United transfer news

Manchester United’s move for Nice defender Jean-Clair Todibo has collapsed. According to Fabrizio Romano, the deal has been called off due to Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s multi-club ownership of Manchester United and Nice.

Also, the club’s out-of-favour winger Mason Greenwood has emerged as a top transfer target for Serie A outfit Lazio. The Mail reports Lazio have tabled a £30m bid to sign the 22-year-old. Futballnews understands Manchester United are open to Greenwood’s exit and want £40m for the player. Napoli and Juventus are also still in the race for Greenwood, as per The Independent.

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United are also said to be eyeing a move for Lille forward Jonathan David as manager Erik ten Hag looks to bolster the club’s attack ahead of the next campaign.

The 24-year-old has emerged as a top target for the Red Devils following his impressive outing with Lille in the French top flight.

Also, the Red Devils could be bracing for the exit of their talismanic midfielder and captain Bruno Fernandes. Fernandes has attracted interest from top clubs in Europe this summer. Bayern Munich and Inter Milan lead the list of suitors milling around the player. According to Manchester Evening News, United are not keen on entering contract renewal talks with Bruno this summer despite interests from European rivals. The Portuguese has two years left on his contract at Old Trafford.

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Meanwhile, Fiorentina midfield loanee to the Old Trafford outfit Sofyan Amrabat has reportedly told Fiorentina he is not interested in returning to the club but wants to play for Manchester United.

Sofyan Amrabat’s loan deal with Manchester United expired this summer and it is yet to be determined whether United will move for a permanent contract for the player.

Arsenal and Chelsea transfer news

Premier League Clubs, including Arsenal, are likely to fail in their move for Nico Williams. The Atletico Bilbao forward reportedly wants a move to Barcelona despite contacts with Arsenal, Newcastle United and Liverpool.

Chelsea’s interest in Samu Omorodion of Atletico Madrid has been confirmed. However, Fabrizio Romano reports the Blues are likely to sign either Samu Omorodion or Jhon Duran of Aston Villa. A deal for both forwards has been ruled out.

Also, the Blues could be dislodged from their pole position in the race to sign Michael Olise. Merseyside club, Liverpool are reportedly ready to hijack the move for Olise despite the latter’s agreement with Chelsea on personal terms.

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With Thomas Partey close to Arsenal exit, the Gunners are reportedly close to agreeing a deal with Barcelona for Keira Walsh. The 27-year-old England midfielder is reportedly primed by Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to replace Thomas Partey.

Also, Newcastle United’s Bruno Guimaraes has emerged as a top transfer target for the Gunners. Mikel Arteta is reportedly ready to make a player-plus-cash offer for the Brazilian.

Other transfer reports

Tottenham Hotspur manager Ange Postecoglou is reportedly ready to rival Unai Emery of Aston Villa for the signatory of Weston McKennie. The USA and Juventus midfielder is reportedly open to a Premier League move.

Inter Milan and AC Milan are now locked in a tight race for Aston Villa’s Matty Cash. AC Milan had reportedly expressed interest in Cash first but Inter want the Poland international to replace Dutch defender Denzel Dumfries.

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West Ham United could lose their summer’s hit signing from Ajax Mohammed Kudus to Saudi clubs this summer. Saudi clubs are lining up a serious move for the Ghana international.

Four Premier League Clubs are queuing up to sign Eduardo Bove from Roma. Fulham and Leicester City are said to be lagging behind while Bournemouth and Everton are leading the race.

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