Transfer Updates: Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham latest and Others

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Transfer Updates: Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham latest and Others
Transfer Updates

Kylian Mbappe, 23-year-old France striker, is thought to have changed his mind about joining Liverpool after being underwhelmed by Real Madrid’s performance against Paris St-Germain in the Champions League. (Sport, via Star)

Barcelona have offered César Azpilicueta a two year deal with option to extend for a further season. Talks started in December but Barça are still waiting for Azpilicueta to make final decision. Chelsea hope for Azpi to stay but still no communication on player side. (Fabrizio Romano)

PSG, on the other hand, is prepared to make Mbappe the world’s highest-paid player, with a weekly basic income of close to £1 million, in order to prevent him from leaving. (Independent)

Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, of Manchester United, might pair up with Argentina’s Lionel Messi, 34, at Paris St-Germain next season. (Mirror)

Real Madrid are planning a summer transfer for Arsenal’s Kieran Tierney, a 24-year-old Scottish left-back. (Calciomercato via, Sun)

Manchester City are closing close on a deal to sign Brazilian winger Savio from Atletico Mineiro, with the 17-year-old now scheduled for medical tests. Fabrizio Romano (Fabrizio Romano)

Transfer Updates: Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham latest and Others
Transfer Updates

Declan Rice, 23-year-old West Ham and England midfielder, has had his chances of joining Chelsea shattered after Thomas Tuchel decided to integrate English player Conor Gallagher, 22, into the Blues’ first squad next season. (Standard)

Newcastle are preparing a new transfer approach for Sevilla’s Diego Carlos, a 28-year-old Brazilian defender. (Sun, via Marca)

Paul Pogba, France midfielder, is expected to leave Manchester United when his contract expires at the conclusion of the season. (Manchester Evening News)

Jose Mourinho wants to sign Eric Bailly, 27-year-old Ivory Coast defender, from his former club Manchester United. (Il Romanista, via Mirror)

Arsenal and Manchester City are considering a summer deal for Inter Milan forward Lautaro Martinez, who is 24 years old and from Argentina. (Sun)

Transfer Updates: Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham latest and Others

Jesse Marsch, a former Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig manager, is Leeds United’s preferred pick to succeed Marcelo Bielsa, 66, if the club and their legendary Argentine manager decide to call it a day in the summer. (Telegraph)

Jeremy Doku, a 19-year-old Belgian international winger who plays for Rennes and is valued at £22 million, is being monitored by Newcastle United scouts. (Chronicle)

Newcastle United are already in talks about signing 22-year-old Dutch defender Sven Botman from Lille in the summer transfer window, after numerous failed bids in the January transfer window. (Mirror)

Chelsea and Antonio Rudiger’s representatives have yet to reach an agreement on a new deal for the 28-year-old German defender. (Sky Sports)

Following Anthony Martial’s departure from Manchester United last month, Sevilla sporting director Monchi feels the 26-year-old French attacker is content in Spain. (Metro)

Transfer Updates: Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham latest and Others

AC Milan has joined Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona in the fight to acquire Noussair Mazraoui, a 24-year-old Moroccan right-back who has stated that he would leave Ajax when his contract ends in the summer. Fabrizio Romano (Fabrizio Romano)

Should Poland international Robert Lewandowski, 33, leave in the summer, Bayern Munich will attempt to replace him with Sebastien Haller, 27, of Ajax and the Ivory Coast. (Fichajes – in Spanish)

Bayern Munich is still in talks with Germany winger Serge Gnabry, 26, over a new contract. (Kicker)

Vinai Venkatesham, Arsenal’s chief executive, has justified the club’s lack of investment in the January transfer window. (Sun)

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