Manchester City’s bid to win the Treble may keep Erling Haaland
As Manchester City chase a historic treble, they are hoping it will be enough to convince Norway striker Erling Haaland to extend his contract with them and ward off interest from Real Madrid. The Telegraph reports that Manchester City sees their best chance of securing Haaland’s long-term future by winning as many trophies as possible this season.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid has made contact with Tottenham about signing Harry Kane in what could become one of the most expensive transfers ever. Marca reports that Los Blancos have set aside £100m for Kane, but it remains unclear if Spurs are willing to sell their star player.
A bidding war for Mason Mount?
The transfer market is heating up as Manchester United plans a £50m offer for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount. According to The Telegraph, Man Utd believes it can push Tottenham into selling Harry Kane while trying its luck at acquiring Mount. However, the report suggests that signing Kane is unlikely despite persistent rumors linking him with a move away from Spurs.
In other news, Marcus Rashford plans on staying put at Old Trafford despite PSG showing an interest in signing him according to SunSport.
Nagelsmann tops list of potential PSG coaches
If Christophe Galtier leaves Paris St-Germain (PSG), former Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann would be top of the French club’s wish list according Foot Mercato. Ex-Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry could also join Nagelsmann as his assistant coach.
Crystal Palace makes a play for Wilfried Zaha
The Sun reports that Crystal Palace has offered £150,000 per week to keep Wilfried Zaha at Selhurst Park. However, this offer is less than what Qatari side Al-Sadd has reportedly offered the Ivory Coast forward.
Arsenal and Bayern Munich interested in Declan Rice?
Fabrizio Romano is reporting that Arsenal will make an offer for West Ham’s star midfielder Declan Rice after Wednesday’s Europa Conference League final. Bayern Munich are also said to be interested in the Englishman.
Everton wants Netherlands striker Wout Weghorst
TalkSport reports Everton is keen on signing 30-year-old Netherlands striker Wout Weghorst when he returns from loan at Burnley this summer. On another note, Brighton’s Moises Caicedo agrees personal terms with Arsenal but Chelsea is willing to pay more transfer fee according to Teradeportes via Mirror.
Strasbourg’s Habib Diallo wanted by West Ham and Burnley
Daily Mail says Strasbourg’s Senegal striker Habib Diallo attracts interest from both West Ham and Burnley ahead of next season.
Ian Maatsen valued by Chelsea
Burnley seems like they want Ian Maatsen permanently following his stint there while still under contract with Chelsea. According to Standard Sport, however, it looks like The Blues plan on demanding £20m for his signature come summer transfer window time.