Latest transfer news and rumours from 14th July 2020
As the newspaper 'Marca' notes, Levante are reportedly interested in signing Leganés CB Kenneth Omeruo. The Valencian side hope to reach an agreement for around 11 million euros.
20:00 Rashford linked with PSG
Marcus Rashford is currently under contract at Manchester United, fighting to get the Red Devils into the Champions League, but the market is watching him. It is said that PSG manager, Thomas Tuchel, likes him a lot.
Jan Vertonghen extended his Tottenham Hotspur contract until the end of the current season. When it finishes he will be free to choose his next destination, and that could be Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
Alexandre Lacazette's future points away from Arsenal, especially as the Gunners could miss out on Europe next season. Juventus are now appearing on the horizon as a possible destination for the Frenchman to occupy the gap that Gonzalo Higuaín is going to leave.
Nicolas-Gerrit Kühn was at Bayern B since January, the team who he has finally convinced to go for him. The German have completed the permanent signing of the young 20-year-old forward.
In the heat of the season and with the transfer window open, Barcelona have begun to think about possible exits. Junior Firpo could be the next one: Inter Milan have reportedly accepted Barcelona's offer to add him in the signing for Lautaro Martinez.
Kepa could be on his last few matches at Chelsea. According to 'The Athletic', Lampard has set his sights on two top-class goalkeepers who are candidates to replace the Spaniard: Andre Onana and Dean Henderson.
The 'new' Varane is said to be on the verge of becoming a player for Juventus, according to sources in France. Felix Nzouango, international Under 17 with the French team, has been linked to the Italians for weeks, and the team has reportedly offered three million euros to Amiens for his transfer.
According to 'The Mirror', the 'blues' want one of the best goalkeepers in the world, Jan Oblak. They would be prepared to swap Kepa Arrizabalaga and bring the Atletico Madrid player instead.
After escaping a harsh UEFA sanction, the English have calculated 170 million euros to be able to reinforce the squad with summer signings. Alaba, Koulibaly and Lautaro Martínez, among others, are on Pep's agenda.
According to ESPN, Sao Paulo has reached an agreement with FC Barcelona for the transfer of Gustavo Maia, which will cost 4.5 million euros.