Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Utd submit new and improved £50m bid to Everton for Jarrad Branthwaite

Posted Tuesday, July 09, 2024 by

Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Utd submit new and improved £50m bid to Everton for Jarrad Branthwaite

Marseille looking to re-sign Sanchez from Inter

According to Rudy Galetti, Ligue 1 side Marseille are exploring the options to re-sign Alexis Sanchez from Inter this summer. Two other clubs including the Chilean's former club Udinese have also shown interest in the player.

Man Utd launch second bid for Branthwaite

Premier League Manchester United have reportedly placed a second bid worth £45million plus £5m in add-ons for Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite, according to the Daily Mail.

The Red Devils' opening bid of £38m plus £5m in add-ons was earlier rejected by the Toffees but the second offer could unsettle the player who is keen on making a move away from the club this summer.

Thuram set to complete Juventus move on Tuesday

Khephren Thuram is all set to land in Turin on Tuesday and undergo medical at Juventus before formally signing his contract with the Serie A giants, according to Fabrizio Romano.

The former Nice star will put pen to paper on a five-year deal and will earn a salary of €2.5m per season. The Bianconeri are paying the Ligue 1 side €20m plus €5m in add-ons as a transfer fee.

Man Utd show interest in Chelsea defender

Per the Daily Mail, Manchester United are eyeing a move for Chelsea and England defender Ben Chilwell as they look to bolster their backline this summer.

After finalising a deal for Bologna's Joshua Zirkzee, the club will now hold a recruitment meeting where they will discuss other deals for the ongoing transfer window.

Ibrahimovic confirms AC Milan are out of Zirkzee race

AC Milan adviser Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed that the Serie A giants are long interested in signing Manchester United-bound Bologna striker Joshua Zirkzee.

Speaking to reporters, the legendary forward said, "Zirkzee? It's the past for us. We already have the new striker in mind but I’m not gonna tell you the name."

Marseille in talks to sign Greenwood from Man Utd

Ligue 1 side Marseille have initiated talks with Manchester United to sign Mason Greenwood this summer, according to Fabrizio Romano. The French club remain confident about landing the winger ahead of the 2024/25 season.

Juventus set to beat Man Utd to sign Todibo

Per La Gazzetta dello Sport, the French defender is keen on a move to Juventus this summer as he wants to reunite with Khephren Thuram who is set to undergo a medical with the Serie A side this week.

Manchester United were considered the favourites to land the Nice star at one point in time, however, their move for the player got halted due to the two clubs' shared ownership.

Atletico show interest in signing Conor Gallagher

Per Fabrizio Romano, La Liga giants Atletico Madrid have shown interest in signing Chelsea and England midfield star Cono Gallagher this summer.

The Spanish side have got in touch with the Blues to negotiate a deal for the England international. The move could prove to be an expensive one for Atletico, however, they remain keen on signing the player.

Liverpool set to sign Chelsea academy star Ngumoha

Liverpool are all set to rope in Chelsea academy star Rio Ngumoha for a record transfer fee, according to Fabrizio Romano. The 2008-born player is highly rated by the Blues and the Reds are set to complete the move soon.

Man Utd snub £30m offer for Amad Diallo from European 'giant'

Manchester United have reportedly snubbed a £30 million ($38m) offer from a European "giant" for Ivorian winger Amad Diallo. According to HITC, a heavyweight outfit have made their move for Amad. The approach was given short shrift, however, with United having "zero interest" in discussing a sale.

David De Gea in talks with two Saudi Pro League clubs

Former Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea is reportedly in talks with two Saudi Pro League sides over a potential return to football.

De Gea called it a day on his Manchester United career at the end of the 2022/23 season after the Red Devils decided not to extend his contract. Having now been out of action for over a year, journalist Rudy Galetti has reported that the Spaniard has held talks with Al-Shabab and another unnamed Saudi Pro League side over a potential return to the sport.

Joan Laporta claims Barcelona can sign Nico Williams

Barcelona’s financial struggles are well-documented, but Joan Laporta claims they have the funds to sign Spain and Athletic Club star Nico Williams.

The Blaugrana have struggled to complete important business in recent times – with Lionel Messi departing Camp Nou in 2021 as the money was not there for a new contract – but Laporta insists that the Catalan giants can afford Williams. He has told Catalunya Radio: "It is Nico's responsibility. We are working on the operations that [Hansi] Flick asks of us. Today we can afford to sign Nico Williams. We can deal with a signing like Nico's."

Michael Olise explains why he chose to move to Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich have confirmed Michael Olise has joined the club on a five-year contract from Premier League side Crystal Palace. The 22-year-old had attracted interest from other clubs in the English top flight but opted to head to the Allianz Arena instead. After putting pen to paper on his contract at Bayern, the forward explained what had convinced him to join the Bundesliga giants.

He told the club's website: "The talks with FC Bayern were very positive, and I'm very happy to now be playing for such a big club. It's a great challenge, and that's exactly what I was looking for. I want to prove myself at this level and play my part in ensuring that we win as many titles as possible with our team in the coming years."

Details of Donny van de Beek's strange transfer to Girona

Donny van de Beek's disastrous journey with Manchester United will finally come to an end this summer as he is all set to join La Liga side Girona permanently. Relevo reported on Saturday that Girona had agreed a deal with United to sign the player on an initial fee of €500,000 (£423,000/$542,000).

Fabrizio Romano now claims that the Red Devils would earn a lot more than what was earlier reported. In his column, the journalist wrote that while the initial fee remains €500,000, the club would earn more from the deal in future depending upon the Dutch star's performance at his new club. The amount could rise to €4-€5m if he plays a certain number of matches and it could further go up to €10m-€15m if he achieves more at Girona.

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