The transfer window is now open and all of Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are likely to be busy. The Gunners have made their move for top target Declan Rice and are now chasing a deal to sign Kai Havertz from rivals Chelsea in an eye-catching start to the summer trading period.
The Blues, meanwhile, are in talks to sign Villarreal forward Nicolas Jackson and have received a boost in their pursuit of a new midfielder. Brighton star Moises Caicedo is strongly linked with all of the big clubs around but is believed to favour a move to Stamford Bridge, where Mauricio Pochettino is also keen to bring Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana.
Over at Tottenham, James Maddison and Harvey Barnes have reportedly been the subject of a double bid following Leicester’s relegation. With all the latest on the potential Manchester United takeover too, it’s going to be a busy summer. Follow all the latest news, gossip and rumours below!
Bayern Munich star Jamal Musiala addresses Declan Rice transfer rumours amid rejected Arsenal bid
Bayern were interested in the West Ham captain but accepted defeat in the transfer race this week.
Chelsea progressing in Moises Caicedo talks
It seems like Chelsea are edging closer to the signing of Moises Caicedo,
According to Fabrizio Romano, the Blues are advancing into an agreement over personal terms, while talks are expected to formally start with Brighton next week.
Tottenham confirm departure of three senior players as transfer rebuild begins
Tottenham have announced the departures of Lucas Moura, Arnaut Danjuma and Clement Lenglet.
The release of the club’s retained list on Thursday night confirmed several players will be finding new clubs this summer as the rebuild under new manager Ange Postecoglou begins in earnest.
Brazilian winger Moura’s contract will expire at the end of the month after five-and-a-half years in north London. Crystal Palace are rumoured to be interested in the 30-year-old’s signature.
Enzo Fernandez’s father reveals Chelsea star wants to play different role under Mauricio Pochettino
Enzo Fernandez wants to talk to Mauricio Pochettino about playing further forward in the Chelsea midfield next season.
The 22-year-old arrived at the club in January for a fee in the region of £115million and impressed in his first few months at Stamford Bridge, despite the Blues’ collective struggles.
Joao Cancelo to leave Manchester City this summer
This one always seemed somewhat obvious.
Joao Cancelo, exiled at Manchester City in January, is due to return following the end of his loan spell at Bayern Munich.
According to the Athletic, there is little chance of the Portugal international staying.
Kim min-Jae: Bayern Munich move ahead in race for Man Utd target
Napoli defender Kim min-Jae has been strongly linked with Newcastle and Manchester United.
The South Korean has a £42m release clause in his contract active in July, making hin a hot property.
According to Fabrizio Romano, however, Bayern Munich have now moved ahead in the race.
Manchester United pull out of race to sign Harry Kane
Brilliant news, Tottenham fans!
Harry Kane’s future is always the subject of much debate but it seems this year’s saga is soon over.
According to The Athletic, Manchester United are NOT expected to make an approach.
Liverpool and Chelsea battle to sign Romeo Lavia
Despite Southampton’s relegation, Romeo Lavia is a man in demand.
Indeed, the Belgian impressed during a difficult season for the club and has reportedly attracted big suitors.
According to the Sun, Liverpool and Chelsea are ready to move.
Manchester City exploring Declan Rice deal
Some worrying news for Arsenal fans…
Having seen a bid rejected for Declan Rice, the Gunners could be in for some competition on that front.
According to The Athletic, Manchester City are now actively exploring a deal to sign the England and West Ham midfielder.
Arsenal keen on Nico Williams
It’s not just Kai Havetz who Arsenal want to sign.
According to 90 Min, the Gunners are keen to bring in Nico Willaims of Athletic Bilbao as Mikel Arteta prepares to go again on the Premier League title front.