Latest transfer news and rumours from 12th July 2020
Antonio Conte is clear: he wants Brescia player, Sandro Tonali, in his Inter midfield. According to 'Tuttosport', the board will grant his wish and will make a financial effort to cope with his transfer.
According to 'El Desmarque', Valencia are reportedly very interested in signing Celta Vigo defender Néstor Araujo.
Ryan Sessegnon was linked recently as a possible reinforcement for Barcelona. Tottenham are clear he will not leave and according to the 'Daily Star', that is what they have told the La Liga side as well.
Arda Turan is about to seal his return home. The Turk has reportedly signed a pre-contract with Galatasaray despite Hannover's desire to sign him.
Milan Skriniar is one of Manchester United's targets. In fact, according to 'Tuttosport', they have already reportedly prepared an offer to take the player from Inter. They would be willing to pay 65 million euros for the CB.
Manchester United are in the running to sign Federico Chiesa, a target for Juventus and Inter Milan.
According to 'The Sun', Pep Guardiola's Manchester City is planning to offer two players to try and get the transfer for Kalidou Koulibaly done.
According to 'The Sun', Harry Kane is reportedly fed up of the lack of titles and competing for top honours and could leave Tottenham in the next transfer market.
Manchester City plan to offer Sergio Agüero a renewal, according to the 'Mirror' in England. He is under contract until 30th June 2021.
Real Madrid have completed the signing of a promising midfielder who is just 14 years old. He is Izan Regueira, one of the best players of his generation and who was developed in the Celta youth academy.
Zouhair Feddal could have a new team. Betis and Sporting are said to have closed the 30-year-old's transfer for three million euros, according to A Bola. His transfer will become official after the end of LaLiga.
Dane Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who will be leaving Southampton and has been linked to Ajax and Tottenham, is also on Pep Guardiola's list for Manchester City after having played for him in his time at Bayern Munich.
Former Australia captain and Crystal Palace stalwart Mile Jedinak announced his retirement Sunday, saying it was "time for a new chapter".