5 New Done Deals
OFFICIAL: Manchester City has announced the contract extension of Luke Mbete. The 18-year-old has signed a deal linking him to the club till 2027.
OFFICIAL: Manchester City have reportedly reached a verbal agreement with Leeds United to sign England midfielder Kalvin Phillips on permanent deal. ￼Leeds United will receive £42m guaranteed fee plus add-ons, according to The Athletic.
OFFICIAL: Arsenal have also announced the transfer of striker, Mika Biereth to RKC Waalwijk on a season-long loan deal until June 2023
OFFICIAL: Lens have signed midfielder Salis Abdul Samed from Clermont for €5m on a five-year contract.
OFFICIAL: According to latest reports, Leicester midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall has signed a new contract with the English club until 2027.
Chelsea Plans Big Move For PSG Star Player
Chelsea are planning a big move for Neymar, according to Todo Fichajes via Caught Offside. Thomas Tuchel remains eager to add more firepower to his frontline ahead of the new season. He’s now looking to rekindle his association with the Brazilian, having worked together at the Parc des Princes. PSG are willing to let the 30-year-old leave this summer. Neymar has blown hot and cold since arriving from Barcelona in 2017. The Parisians are willing to sanction a loan deal with an option to buy for €50 million.
Jesus To Arsenal
Arsenal are set to seal a £50 million deal for number one target Gabriel Jesus in the next seven to 10 days, Sportsmail has learned. It is understood that the Gunners and Manchester City are closing in on an agreement that would see the 25-year-old striker head to north London. There is now a confidence that completion is close for the Brazilian, who has been Arsenal’s priority target. His arrival would follow on the heels of the £30 million signing of midfielder Fabio Vieira as Mikel Arteta seeks to break back into the Champions League places.
Barcelona ‘make first bid for wantaway Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski’
Barcelona have reportedly made their opening bid for want a way Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski. The Poland international this month confessed that he wishes to leave Bayern Munich after eight years at the club. According to The Guardian, Barcelona offered the German champions £30m plus around £4m in add-ons. It is believed that this initial approach will be rejected owing to it falling below Bayern Munich’s valuation.