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Football Rumours on Saturday 25th June 2022
2022-06-25 09:05:06



TRANSFER RUMOURS
  • Arsenal have reached an agreement for Manchester City and Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus, with the Gunners set to pay £45m for the 25-year-old.
    (Fabrizio Romano)


  • Tottenham and Middlesbrough are yet to agree on a transfer fee for England Under-21s right-back Djed Spence, as the Championship side want around £15million plus add-ons for the 21-year-old.
    (Sun)


  • The Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum will be allowed to leave Paris St-Germain this summer. Leicester City are keen on the 31-year-old, while Everton, Wolves and West Ham are also keeping close tabs on the situation.
    (90min)


  • Liverpool are considering letting Mo Salah follow Sadio Mane out of the door this summer.
    (Sun)


  • Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has been promised as many as six summer signings by the club's new owners.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Newcastle will consider a swoop for Chelsea striker Armando Broja if they cannot sign Hugo Ekitike, according to reports.
    (Sun)


  • Leeds and Brazil winger Raphinha, 25, has turned down offers from other Premier League clubs because he wants to join Barcelona.
    (Sport)


  • Manchester United have been dealt a transfer blow after Ajax's new manager Alfred Schreuder claimed that he believes Jurrien Timber is staying.
    (Sun)


  • Chelsea will listen to offers for Spain goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga after the 27-year-old told Marca that his "clear objective is to play".
    (Daily Mirror)


  • Chelsea can secure Stuttgart defender Borna Sosa for £21m this summer, according to reports.
    (Sun)


  • Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly will make a personal intervention to ease emerging doubts over Reece James' future.
    (Daily Mail)


  • West Ham are set to complete the permanent signing of Alphonse Areola.
    (Sun)


  • Brighton are interested in Manchester City forward Liam Delap as they consider striker options.
    (Daily Mail)


  • Club Brugge have turned down the chance to sign Andy Carroll on a free transfer due to the results of his medical tests, according to reports.
    (Sun)


  • Chelsea are willing to pay €45m (£38m) plus Timo Werner to sign Matthijs de Ligt from Juventus while Hakim Ziyech is in talks with AC Milan.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Manchester City have agreed a deal with Leeds to sign midfielder Kalvin Phillips for a fee in the region of £45m to £50m.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Newcastle have agreed a deal with Lille to sign centre-back Sven Botman.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Barcelona are hoping Tottenham can convince France centre-back Clement Lenglet, 27, to move to the Premier League so that the La Liga side can start a summer clear-out of players.
    (ESPN)


  • Stoke are lining up a move for Scotland squad keeper Zander Clark.
    (Scottish Sun)


  • Brazil winger Anthony, 22 - who is keen to join former manager Erik ten Hag at Manchester United - was missing as Ajax resumed pre-season training on Friday.
    (Daily Mirror)



MANAGEMENT STUFF

  • Wayne Rooney has quit as Derby boss, admitting the club needs someone with "fresh energy" to lead them in what is an uncertain period regarding the ownership.
    (Sky Sports)


  • Manchester United and Ralf Rangnick agreed to cut ties at the end of last season in part because of new manager Erik ten Hag's reluctance to work with the German in his proposed consultancy role.
    (ESPN)



OTHER STUFF

  • The Peter Kenyon-led group in talks to buy Everton have made a commitment to put up the money to build the club's new stadium and provide significant transfer funds if their takeover bid is successful.
    (Daily Telegraph)


  • Derbyshire-based property group Clowes Developments (UK) Ltd will submit a bid to buy Derby County after purchasing the company that owned Pride Park Stadium.
    (Sky Sports)
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