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Transfer rumors: Arsenal eye Gnabry, Barca join Bayern in race for Mane

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Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry. | PHOTO: Getty Images |
  • Various clubs are organizing themselves for the forthcoming summer transfer window
  • Sadio Mane and Serge Gnabry have dominated the headlines in the recent days over summer move links
  • SportsLeo takes a look at which club is targeting to sign which player as of Tuesday, May 11.

Ahead of the summer transfer window, clubs are busy scouting for the best talents and signatures.

Barcelona has joined Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich in the race to sign Sadio Mane, and it has been reported that the Liverpool star would be interested in a move to Catalonia in order to increase his chances of winning the Ballon d’Or, however, Mane who scored the winner on Tuesday night against Aston Villa told the press after the match that he is happy at Liverpool.

Arsenal has added former academy graduate Serge Gnabry to their transfer shortlist this summer with the winger’s Bayern Munich future up in the air having failed to agree on new terms with the Germany side, there is however ongoing discussions and it is believed Bayern will better their terms to avoid losing the prolific winger.

Serge Gnabry

Arsenal is looking forward to convincing Serge Gnabry to a move from Bayern Munich to the Premier League side. | PHOTO; Getty Images |

Antonio Rudiger, whose Chelsea departure is now sure is expected to earn over £300,000-a-week at Real Madrid after agreeing to move to the Spanish capital on a free transfer from Chelsea at the end of the campaign.

Juventus’ contract offer to Paul Pogba includes wages significantly less than what he currently earns at Manchester United. PSG and Real Madrid also remain in the race to sign him on a free transfer.

Newcastle is looking to beat Aston Villa to the permanent signing of Philippe Coutinho – currently on loan at Aston Villa, who joined the West Midlands club in January. Steven Gerrard’s side is looking to tie the Brazilian down and has already opened fresh negotiations with Barcelona, with Gerrard terming the negotiations as hopeful.

Philippe Coutinho

Aston Villa is negotiating with Barcelona over a permanent move for Philippe Coutinho. Newcastle United has joined the race to sign the Brazilian winger currently on loan at Villa in the summer. | PHOTO: Getty Images |

Leeds winger Raphinha has told Barcelona that he will join the club this summer should Leeds be relegated from the Premier League. The Whites are currently 18th in the table with a tough schedule on the horizon.

Back in Italy’s top-flight, Lazio has confirmed that they have turned down a £120m offer for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who is a target for Man Utd, PSG, and Premier League’s new boys Fulham.

Back in England, West Ham has identified Ollie Watkins as a striker target, though Aston Villa would demand £50m for the England international. Brentford’s Ivan Toney has also been linked but would only be sold for a similar fee.

Tottenham are the favourites to sign England and West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone as the club looks to bring in more players to fill their homegrown quota. Former club Man Utd have also been linked.

Giorgio Chiellini has received an offer to join MLS side LAFC after announcing his departure from Juventus when the season ends, though his interest in a move to the United States is currently unknown.

Nathan Sialah is a journalist by profession with interest in politics, sports, cryptocurrency and human interests with 5 years experience in Radio and Digital Journalism. This has helped Sialah develop a responsible approach to any task he undertakes or any situation that he is presented with.

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