Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Utd on verge of completing €40m deal for Joshua Zirkzee



Posted Monday, July 08, 2024 by Goal.com

Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Utd on verge of completing €40m deal for Joshua Zirkzee

Arsenal eye move for Wolves goalkeeper

Per The Athletic, Arsenal have approached Wolves over the possible transfer of their goalkeeper Dan Bentley who moved to Molineux from Bristol City in January 2023.

The Gunners are looking to replace Aaron Ramsdale ahead of the 2024/25 season who has been linked with a move away from Emirates Stadium in the ongoing summer window.

Man Utd ready to release Casemiro this summer

According to Fabrizio Romano, Casemiro is likely to move out of Old Trafford this summer amid interest from Saudi Pro League clubs who remain in contact with the Brazilian. Manchester United are reportedly ready to let the midfielder leave despite his current contract running until 2026.

Mourinho wants Fati at Fenerbahce

Per Marca, Jose Mourinho is currently plotting summer moves as he looks to build his own Fenerbahce squad following his appointment earlier this summer. Accordingly, the legendary manager is plotting a potential raid on Barcelona to sign Ansu Fati.

Saudi giants in talks to sign De Gea for free

Per Rudy Galetti, Al-Shabab and another Saudi Pro League side have shown interest in signing former Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea on a free transfer this summer. The two Saudi clubs have initiated talks with the Spaniard who has remained without a club since the end of the 2022/23 season.

Kiwior could leave Arsenal this summer

Per Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal Jakub Kiwior is likely to leave the club this summer as the Gunners close in on finalising a move for Italy and Bologna defender Riccardo Calafior.

The Poland international is likely to leave on loan this summer, however, there will be a clause of mandatory buy next season. Several Italian clubs are reportedly keen on signing the defender.

Brighton announce signing of Cozier-Duberry

Brighton, on Sunday, have announced the signing of former Arsenal academy midfielder Amario Cozier-Duberry on a three-year deal.

After the player put pen to paper on the Seagulls' contract, technical director David Weir said, “We’re really pleased to be able to bring Amario to the club. He’s got attributes we like and we believe he is a player who can flourish in our environment. We’re looking forward to working with him and helping his career to progress."

Man Utd close to signing Zirkzee

Manchester United are attempting to finalise the signing of Bologna striker Joshua Zirkzee as Erik ten Hag looks to strengthen his forward line, according to The Athletic.

The Red Devils have already agreed personal terms and agent fees, but they are now negotiating a transfer fee.

Gary Lineker pushes Frank Lampard for England job

Gareth Southgate may have led England to the semi-finals of Euro 2024 but with his future uncertain, Gary Lineker has suggested a name to take over.

Southgate has arguably been England's most successful manager in the 21st century, despite not having won a trophy. With the 53-year-old's current Three Lions contract set to end in December of this year, the FA has been hard at work identifying possible replacements. BBC pundits Lineker and Micah Richards have put forward the name of Chelsea and Three Lions legend Frank Lampard - regardless of how Euro 2024 ends this summer. Lampard has been a fellow pundit on the BBC, with Lineker and Richards clearly impressed with the former Chelsea and Everton boss.

Mason Greenwood set deadline for Man Utd exit

Mason Greenwood has given Manchester United a tight deadline to sort out his future after bids have so far fallen short of the club's asking price.

According to the Daily Mirror, Greenwood wants to know where he will be playing football in 2024-25 within the next week. The forward is described as "growing impatient" due to the uncertainty that continues to hang over him.



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