- Man United to submit opening bid for Sergio Reguilon ‘soon’: report
Manchester United are set to submit an opening bid for Sergio Reguilon, according to the sport journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The emerging talented left-back Reguilon has attracted interest from many European top teams, following his impressive loan spell at Sevilla. The player is set to take his next step within football with Manchester United his likely destination.
According to Roma, the Red devils are set to submit an opening bid for the 23-year-old. Romano believes that personal terms will not be a problems if United can reach an agreement with Madrid on the fee.
- Club desperate for £265,000-a-week star to join Manchester United –Report
According to the latest updates emanating from Spain, Real Madrid are desperate for Gareth Bale to join Manchester United, because the Spanish club want to get rid of his huge wages.
Gareth Bale is open to leaving Real Madrid as both Zinedine Zidane and the club president Perez are determine to get rid of the Wales international this summer. With Manchester United frustrated with Dortmund over Sancho deal, a loan move for Bale will be good option for them.
- Chelsea ‘pushing’ to sign Declan Rice, says transfer insider
The Blues are the busiest team in England when it comes to summer transfer business, with many top quality signings already made. However Chelsea are not done yet, with a deal to sign WestHam midfielder Declan Rice on the agenda, according to Alex Crook.
- 5 year deal: Rúnar Alex Rúnarsson to have Arsenal medical
According to reports from Iceland Arsenal are on the verge of completing the signing of Runa Alex Runarsson, with goalkeeper set to undergo medical and pen five-year deal with the Gunners.
Runarsson currently plays for Dijon in Ligue 1, According to report from Iceland the goalkeeper will cost Arsenal around £1.5m (250m ISK). It remains to be seen if the deal would be finalized within this week.
- City to use Messi money to join Mbappe race
Manchester City have reportedly joined in the race to sign Kylian Mbappe next summer, and will use the money they gathered for signing Lionel Messi to lure the French International to Etihad Stadium.
The World cup winner has already told Paris Saint-German that he will be leaving the club next summer, putting the like of Manchester United, Liverpool and Real Madrid on alert of signing the French striker.
The reports claims that having already prepared for signing Lionel Messi, City have the financial power to sign Kylian Mbappe, and the player would give them commercial advantage.