Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Newcastle join race to sign Man Utd target Olise



Posted Wednesday, May 15, 2024 by Goal.com

Man Utd ready to pay £55m for Everton star

Manchester United are reportedly prepared to offer £55m ($69m) to sign Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite in the summer, according to the Daily Mail.

The Toffees have set a price tag of £80m ($100m) on the talented defender, however, they could be forced to sell for a lower price due to their financial constraints.

Newcastle join race to sign Man Utd target Olise

Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Newcastle join race to sign Man Utd target Olise

According to journalist Ben Jacobs (via Caughtoffside), Newcastle United are set to compete with Premier League Manchester United to secure the service of Crystal Palace star Michael Olise.

In his column, Jacobs wrote, "I also expect Newcastle to bring in a right-sided wide forward or winger, especially with Miguel Almiron struggling for goals. Newcastle will listen to offers for the Paraguayan having verbally agreed on a deal close to €30m in January with Saudi side Al-Shabab, only to find the player didn’t want to move. Michael Olise, who is a Manchester United target, is a possibility if funds allow. Olise has a complicated release clause that can be triggered in the region of £60-65m."

Dybala could head to the Saudi Pro League

According to Rudy Galetti, Saudi Pro League club Al-Shabab have reportedly shown interest in signing AS Roma star Paulo Dybala in the summer.

The Argentina international is reportedly ready to listen to offers at the end of the current season, however, his priority remains on signing a new deal with the Serie A side.

Rodriguez hints he could return to Everton

Former Real Madrid star James Rodriguez hinted on social media that he could return to Everton after apparently confirming he is unhappy at Sau Paulo.

Last week, GOAL reported that the Colombia international is unhappy at Sao Paulo due to a lack of game time and is considering moving out of the Brazilian club after just one year this summer.

Blackburn want to sign McGuire from Orlando City

According to a report from The Athletic, Blackburn Rovers have re-opened the possibility of signing Orland City and USMNT forward Duncan McGuire following a failed attempt in January.

A senior official from the Championship club is travelling to America to both watch McGuire in action and re-open transfer negotiations ahead of the summer window.

Man Utd could beat Newcastle in race to sign Adarabioyo

According to Sky Sports, Manchester United are looking to hijack Newcastle's deal to sign Fulham Tosin Adarabioyo in the summer. The Magpies reportedly held talks with with the player's agent last week over a potential move to St. James' Park, however, the Red Devils have now entered the race.

Milner and Welbeck sign new Brighton deals

Premier League side Brighton announced on Tuesday that James Milner and Danny Welbeck have put pen to paper on new deals that will run until June 2026.

The official statement from the club read, "Former England duo James Milner and Danny Welbeck have both agreed new contracts with the club. James has extended his deal for a further season, while Danny has signed a new two-year contract until June 2026."

Casemiro could move to Saudi Arabia in the summer

According to Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United star Casemiro could move to the Saudi Pro League in the summer as he plans to leave Old Trafford at the end of the current season.

Several Saudi Arabian clubs have included the Brazilian in their shortlist and an official proposal to the player will be sent very soon.

Allegri will leave Juventus at the end of the current season

According to Rudy Galetti, Juventus will part ways with manager Massimiliano Allegri at the end of the current season. The Serie A giants are set to meet the coach after the Coppa Italia final to finalise his compensation fee as they terminated his contract in June.

Ten Hag responds to Fernandes' Bayern links

Bayern Munich are eyeing a summer move for Bruno Fernandes from Manchester United, capitalizing on reported frustrations within the Manchester United camp.

During a press conference on Tuesday, Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag addressed the reports surrounding Fernandes's potential departure and quashed all rumours.

"It's the same question as last week. So I answered. The same answer," he said.

"Now in all the years he was, he was a tremendously important player for Manchester United and creating the most chances across the Premier League. So many assists, so many goals. It's clear he's a very important player for us."



Attention: Third parties may advertise their products and/or services on our website.7M does not warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of their contents.
Your dealings with such third parties are solely between you and such third parties and we shall not be liable in any way for any loss or damage of any sort incurred by you.