Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man City see Lautaro as Aguero replacement

Posted Thursday, July 16, 2020 by

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man City see Lautaro as Aguero replacement

Alaba on Man City's radar

Bayern Munich defender David Alaba is attracting interest from Manchester City, claims Sky Sports.

Alaba is contracted to Bayern until 2021 and is expected to move on this summer.

While City are interested in striking a deal, they believe the Austrian would prefer a move to La Liga.

James joins Perth Glory

Wollongong Wolves coach Luke Wilkshire has confirmed that Thomas James will join Perth Glory for the rest of the season.

Glory will look to finish the delayed A-League season without a number of players including star midfielder Diego Castro.

Man City see Lautaro as Aguero replacement

Could another Argentine soon be leading the line for City?

Manchester City believe Inter attacker Lautaro Martinez could be the man to replace Sergio Aguero at the Etihad, reports Sky Sports.

While long linked with a move to Barcelona, the Argentina attacker remains in Milan with City reportedly in a better financial position to strike a deal.

Lautaro has a release clause of £98.5 miliion (€108m/$124m) with Barcelona recently admitting they'll likely hold off making a move.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man City see Lautaro as Aguero replacement

Four clubs circling for Zaha

Newcastle, Everton, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich are all considering making a move for Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha, according to the Daily Mail.

Palace demanded £80 million (€88m/$100m) for the attacker last summer and it's unclear how much they'll be demanding when the next transfer window opens.

While Everton have been admirers of Zaha for some time, Newcastle's recent interest is dependent on their yet to be approved takeover. 

Dortmund expecting Man Utd bid for Sancho

The young attacker continues to be linked with a move to Old Trafford

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man City see Lautaro as Aguero replacement

Arteta concerned by Arsenal's finances

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has conceded he's concerned by the club's finances moving into the summer transfer window.

"A big concern, you need quality, quality players and a big squad to compete in these competitions. It is a challenge," he said after seeing his side beat Liverpool 2-1 on Wednesday.

Mourinho: We need good players without breaking FFP

Jose Mourinho appeared to take aim at Pep Guardiola and Manchester City over their Financial Fair Play (FFP) dispute as he bristled at a question regarding his Tottenham team selection.

Mourinho oversaw Spurs' 3-1 win at Newcastle United on Wednesday, with Harry Kane on the scoresheet twice – passing 200 club career goals – as the London outfit boosted their hopes of European qualification.

But even after victory – Mourinho's first in the Premier League at St James' Park – the head coach's focus did not seem to stray far from the result of City's appeal this week.

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