TRANSFER GOSSIP: Man United’s move for Sofyan Amrabat could be hijacked by Al-Ahli, Burnley are interested in Arsenal’s Albert Sambi Lokonga and Barcelona eye up Joao Felix if Ousmane Dembele leaves
- Bayern Munich are ready to smash their record fee to sign Harry Kane
- Kylian Mbappe’s PSG saga rumbles on after refusing to sign a new deal
- Premier League transfer window: Club-by-club list of all the summer moves
The new Premier League season is just under two weeks away, which will see reigning champions Manchester City kick things off against Burnley at Turf Moor on August 11 in the first game of the campaign.
However, while the new campaign is just around the corner, the transfer window doesn’t close for enough month so there’s plenty more deals to be done.
Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich transfer saga continues to rumble on while Kylian Mbappe is stubbornly holding his own with PSG desperate to sell him this summer rather than lose him for free in a year’s time.
But what else has been happening in recent days and what developments should you expect to see in the meantime?
Below, Mail Sport takes a look at all the latest news and gossip on Tuesday.
Bayern Munich are ready to smash their club record fee to buy Tottenham star Harry Kane
Burnley are in talks with Arsenal over a season-long loan deal for Albert Sambi Lokonga. (The Telegraph)
Barcelona could make a move for Atletico Madrid’s wantaway forward Joao Felix if Ousmane Dembele decides to join PSG. (Sport – in Spanish)
Saudi side Al-Ahli are ready to hijack Manchester United’s move for Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat. (L’Equipe)
Bayern Munich are ready to smash their record transfer fee in new £85m offer for Tottenham talisman Harry Kane, as German delegation feel optimistic after latest talks with Daniel Levy. (Mail Sport)
Should Spurs decide to sell up, they would use the money from the Kane sale to fund a move for Barcelona outcasts Franck Kessie and Clement Lenglet. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)
Crystal Palace will complete their long pursuit of Flamengo midfielder Matheus Franca following his medical on Monday. (Mail Sport)
Chelsea have slapped a £45m price tag on defender Trevoh Chalobah, who is set to leave the club following the arrival of Axel Disasi. Inter Milan are interested in a move for the Englishman. (The Evening Standard)
Al-Ahli are ready to hijack Manchester United’s move for Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat
Chelsea have slapped a £45m price tag on defender Trevoh Chalobah (left)
West Ham and Wolves could offer forgotten ex-Arsenal defender Konstantinos Mavropanos a route back to the Premier League. (The Sun)
Liverpool are ready to make an improved bid for Romeo Lavia, but Chelsea and Manchester United could provide competition for the £50m-rated Southampton midfielder. (Mail Sport)
Chelsea want Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez – who has agreed to join the Blues – but the two Premier League clubs are yet to agree over a transfer fee. (Mail Sport)
Napoli have received a £120.3m bid from Al Hilal for Victor Osimhen. The Saudi side are ready to offer the Nigerian striker wages of £1m-per-week. (Sky Sports)