Last word on Football’s Football Transfer News looks at the latest transfer rumours from the Premier League. Today we will look at a possible David de Gea transfer from Old Trafford, and the Everton winger looking for a move.
Furthermore, Which AC Milan star has been linked with a move to the Premier League? Here is your daily football gossip round-up.
Latest on David de Gea, Lookman, Calhanogulu and Ndombele
David de Gea Transfer Away From Manchester?
Manchester United risk losing David de Gea on a free transfer next summer should he not agree a new contract. French champions Paris Saint-Germain are hoping that this is the case, as they will be able to speak him in January 2020.
According to Neil Fissler of the Sunday Express, PSG are interested in the Manchester United goalkeeper. However, due to Financial Fair Play, they are not willing to risk paying the high transfer fee it would cost to sign de Gea.
They are hoping that he fails to agree a new contract at United so they can then sign him for free next summer. De Gea may be forced for a move away, should Manchester United not agree to his wage demands.
Lookman One of Many to Leave Everton
Lookman looks set to be available for £20 million this summer. As a result, it is believed Southampton are front-runners for his signature. Manager, Ralph Hassenhuttl, previously worked with the 21-year-old at RB Leipzig. However, the Saints will face a battle for his signature, as RB Leipzig and Crystal Palace are also believed to be interested.
Leicester Interested in Calhanogulu?
The Rossoneri signed Calhanogulu for a reported €20 million in 2017. He has five goals and nine assists in all competitions this season. As a result, he may attract interest from other clubs across Europe.
Tottenham Chasing Highly-Rated Ndombele Transfer
Tottenham have joined the chasing pack for the transfer of Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. This is according to Danny Gallagher of the Mail on Sunday. However, he is likely to cost almost £90 million.
The French midfielder is highly-rated across Europe. As a result, he has attracted interest from not just Tottenham, but also PSG and Juventus. The French international scored two goals and registered seven assists this season.
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