Inter Milan are eyeing a move for Atalanta’s Hans Hateboer as a replacement for Achraf Hakimi, reports Todofichajes
Hakimi sealed a €60 million (£52m/$71m) move to PSG earlier this week and the Nerazzurri have moved quickly to try and bring in a replacement.
Netherlands international Hateboer, who has two years left on his contract, is valued in the region of €15 million (£13m/$18m).
CHELSEA RIVAL MAN UTD FOR CAMAVINGA
Chelsea are set to rival Manchester United in the race to sign Rennes youngster Eduardo Camavinga, according to the Mirror.
Blues clubdirector Petr Cech used to play for Rennes and still has close friends at the club, so he is hoping to use his influence to lure Camavinga to Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United have been regularly linked with a move for the 18-year-old, who they view as a long-term replacement for Paul Pogba.
saul and griezmann swap deal talks under way
Liverpool remain in the running for Atletico star
Atletico Madrid and Barcelona are in talks over a swap deal involving Saul Niguez and Antoine Griezmann – though Liverpool remain interested in the Atletico Madrid player.
Mundo Deportivo reports that Liverpool had failed to meet Atletico’s €50 million (£42m/$59m) valuation of Spain midfielder Saul, allowing Barca to enter the race by offering Griezmann in exchange.
Negotiations are continuing with all parties however, meaning Saul could yet end up at Anfield if the Reds can reach an agreement over a fee.
Burnley face fight for lyon winger
Burnley are making an ambitious move to sign Lyon’s Maxwel Cornet, but face competition from Hertha Berlin for his signature.
The Sun reports that Clarets boss Sean Dyche is impressed with Cornet’s versitility, with the winger having excelled in the left-back position last season.
The Premier League club have opened talks over a £13 million (£18m) deal, though they are wary of Hertha swooping in with a higher bid.
EAGLES EYE NKETIAH AND DOLBERG
New Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira is considering a raid on two of his former clubs Arsenal and Nice to sign Eddie Nketiah and Kasper Dolberg, according to The Sun.
Gunners forward Nketiah is believed to be available for around £20 million ($27m).
Dolberg meanwhile, who Vieira signed for Nice from Ajax during his time in charge of the French side, is valued in the region of £25 million ($34m).
NAPOLI REJECTS KOULIBALY AND RUIZ OFFER
Napoli are willing to sell Kalidou Koulibaly and Fabian Ruiz this summer but have yet to receive suitable offers.
Calciomercato reports that the Serie A side need to reduce their wage bill and raise funds after missing out on Champions League football for a second successive season
Piotr Zielinski has also attracted interest from a number of Premier League sides, though Napoli would rather sell Koulibaly and Ruiz before the Poland midfielder.
Everton eye Newcastle star
Everton boss Rafael Benitez is considering raiding his old club Newcastle for winger Allan Saint-Maximin – though only if Richarlison leaves Goodison Park, according to the Mirror.
Brazilian forward Richarlison has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, managed by former Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti.
Should he move on then Benitez is ready to match Newcastle’s £50 million ($70m) valuation of Saint-Maximin, who only signed a new six-year contract in October.
MAN UTD NOT INTERESTED IN KANE
The Red Devils are prioritising other positions
Manchester United are not interested in a deal for Tottenham star Harry Kane, reports the Express.
United have been linked with a move for the England captain, who is eyeing a move away from Spurs.
But the Red Devils are instead prioritising a move for a centre-back and central midfielder.
MESSI set for Barcelona deal as la Liga approves registration
Barca had hit a wall with his contract regarding finances, but he now appears to have the green light to re-sign
La Liga have authorised Barcelona to register Lionel Messi for the upcoming season pending a new contract despite the club’s financial perils, according to AS.
The Catalan club have reportedly promised authorities that they would cut wages to meet the mandatory salary limit ahead of the next campaign.