Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Utd expected to be in running to sign Benjamin Sesko from RB Leipzig this summer

Posted Wednesday, April 17, 2024 by

Man Utd could initiate talks to sign Sesko

Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Utd expected to be in running to sign Benjamin Sesko from RB Leipzig this summer

Premier League giants Manchester United are expected to open talks with RB Leipzig to sign their star forward Benjamin Sesko in the summer transfer window, according to journalist Ben Jacobs.

Speaking to The United Stand, Jacobs said, "There’s a feeling within Manchester United that Rasmus will better his tally next season. I’d expect United to be in the conversation for Sesko. Martial is leaving. Greenwood, United are likely to get a fee for."

Sancho could return to Man Utd if Ten Hag leaves

According to Caughtoffside, Jadon Sancho could consider staying back at Manchester United if manager Erik ten Hag leaves the club ahead of the 2024/25 season.

After a public fallout with the Dutch manager, Sancho was banished from the United first-team before he left for Dortmund on loan. The winger is expected to return to Old Trafford at the end of the current season as the German side cannot afford to sign him permanently.

Arsenal and Liverpool to compete for Pacho

Premier League giants Arsenal and Liverpool are all set to compete to secure the signature of Eintracht Frankfurt defender William Pacho, according to Florian Plettenberg.

The 22-year-old's current contract runs until 2028 but he will be allowed to leave for a transfer fee in the region of €50-€60m.

Frimpong remains top target for Man Utd

Bayer Leverkusen star Jeremie Frimpong remains a top target for Premier League giants Manchester United, according to Rudy Galetti.

The Red Devils will face competition from Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, however, they identify as a replacement for outgoing Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Man City trying to lower Lucas Paqueta fee

According to Foot Mercato, Manchester City are in talks with West Ham to lower their demand for Lucas Paqueta's transfer fee.

The Hammers are demanding any potential suitors for the Brazilian activate his £85 million ($105m) release clause.

Dest could stay back at PSV permanently

Barcelona loanee and USMNT star Sergino Dest has hinted he could make his move to PSV Eindhoven permanent in the summer.

Speaking to ESPN, the right-back said, "There is certainly a possibility. PSV is very satisfied with me and I am enjoying myself here," he said. "We are doing well as a team, we are close to being champions and next year we will play in the Champions League again. Everything has to be right and it's up to us to fix everything to reach a good agreement."

Conte yet to take a decision on his future

Former Chelsea and Tottenham boss Antonio Conte remains Juventus' top target to replace Massimiliano Allegri ahead of the 2024/25 season, according to Rudy Galetti.

The Italian is yet to decide on his future but he is unlikely to join Napoli and AC Milan. Some other European clubs are also keen on appointing him as their new manager.

Arsenal want to sign a striker in the summer

Arsenal will sign a new striker in the upcoming summer transfer window, with Eddie Nketiah set to part ways ahead of the 2024/25 season, according to Rudy Galetti.

They currently have three strikers - Viktor Gyokeres, Santiago Gimenez and Benjamin Sesko - on their shortlist. They will face competition from PSG for Gyokeres while Tottenham Hotspur are eyeing a move for Gimenez.

Man Utd ready to sell Antony in the summer

Manchester United are looking to part ways with winger Antony in the upcoming summer transfer window, according to journalist Rudy Galetti.

The Red Devils are yet to receive any offer for the Brazilian but they are hoping that things will change in the next few weeks.

Newcastle pursuing RB Leipzig striker Sesko

According to reports from TEAMtalk, Newcastle United are actively pursuing RB Leipzig striker Benjamin Sesko.

At just 20 years old, Sesko has emerged as a promising talent in European football. His impressive performances have caught the eye of top Premier League clubs, including Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea. With 13 goals in 37 games this season, Sesko's goal-scoring prowess has further heightened interest in his services.

One key factor in Newcastle's pursuit is Sesko's reported €50 million release clause. This figure aligns with the club's strategy to adhere to the Premier League's Profit and Sustainability rules while strengthening their squad with quality additions.

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