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Arsenal’s head of football Raul Sanllehi has revealed that the club will not be spending big in the upcoming transfer window after being affected financially by the ongoing pandemic.
Bayern Munich have finally joined Arsenal and others in the race to sign Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid. The Ghanian’s release clause is £44m and the German side will look to use him to replace Javi Martinez.
Inter Milan have made contact with Napoli star Dries Mertens over the possibility of signing him as a free agent this summer. Reports have it that the Belgian is keeping all options open before he decides over his future. Chelsea are reportedly after him and Napoli would also like him to stay.
Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga is a source of interest for Real Madrid and the Spanish side are scared they could miss out on him should Rennes qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Barcelona have placed a price-tag of £87m on Philippe Coutinho who has been linked to join Chelsea. It’s unlikely the Blues will drop that huge amount for the want-away Brazilian.
Manchester City will like to have a swap deal with Barcelona which will see them sign right-back Nelson Semedo by using Cancelo plus a small amount of fee. It has been reported that the Camp Nou side are willing to sell Semedo with talks already in advanced stage.
AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is reportedly in line for a new deal at the club with his new deal set to expire next year but they will only extend his stay for one more year because they want him to take a €1m pay cut which is not good enough with the Italian.
Arsenal have joined AC Milan in the race for Real Betis star Nabil Fekir. The Frenchman will however want to still be at the Spanish side for one more season.