Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Man Utd won’t sell Rashford

Man Utd won’t sell Rashford

Manchester United have no plans to sell Marcus Rashford at the end of the season, according to ESPN.

Reports have suggested that Rashford may consider a move away from Old Trafford in the summer in the hope of finding a club where he will start more regularly.

However, United have not received any enquiries for the England international and will turn down any offers for the forward.

Man City won’t change transfer plans

Manchester City will not change their summer transfer plans following their Champions League quarter-final defeat by Liverpool, reports The Independent.

Pep Guardiola has prioritised the signing of a defensive midfielder and a wide attacker who can also play through the middle as part of his end-of-season squad strengthening.

And, despite being knocked out 5-1 on aggregate by Liverpool, Guardiola and City will stick with their initial plans, with Borussia Dortmund’s Julian Weigl one potential signing.

Juventus turn down Fellaini

Juventus have turned down the opportunity to sign Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, claims

Fellaini is out of contract at the end of the season and was recently linked with a shock move to United’s arch-rivals Liverpool.

The Belgium international was also offered to Juve on a free transfer, but the Italian champions decided the 30-year-old doesn’t suit their needs.

Man Utd scout Swansea defender

Manchester United are scouting Swansea City’s Alfie Mawson as Jose Mourinho continues his search for a new defender, claims The Sun.

Mourinho is expected to sign a new left-sided defender in the summer, with the likes of Danny Rose and Ryan Bertrand mooted as targets.

Another Englishman is also on the list, with United scouts watching Mawson in action for Swansea against West Brom last weekend.

Man City target £20m Brazilian defender

Manchester City are looking to move for Sao Paulo defender Eder Militao, reports the Daily Mail.

The 20-year-old can also play in defensive midfield, and City would likely have to pay at least £20 million for the Brazil U-20 international. 

Everton confident of Wilshere deal

Everton are confident they can agree a deal to sign Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere on a free transfer, reports Football London.

Wilshere has been offered a new contract to stay at Arsenal, but has yet to agree terms regarding an extension at Emirates Stadium.

He appears increasingly likely to leave Arsenal on a free transfer and Everton are hoping they can persuade the England international to move to Goodison Park.

Spurs & West Ham back in for Gomes

Tottenham and West Ham may both try to sign Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes in the summer, claims the Mirror.

Gomes is looking to leave Barca at the end of the season in search of regular first-team football and has been linked with Juventus.

Premier League rivals Spurs and West Ham have shown interest in Gomes over the past 12 months and are ready to make a move for the Portugal international ahead of next season.

Drinkwater considers Chelsea future

Danny Drinkwater is ready to consider his future at Chelsea following a frustrating first season at Stamford Bridge, according to The Guardian

The England midfielder joined Chelsea in a £35 million transfer from Leicester last summer, but he has struggled to establish himself under Antonio Conte.

With Conte widely expected to leave at the end of the season, Drinkwater will wait until the Italian’s successor as manager has been appointed before making a final decision on whether to leave.

D.C. United in contact with Balo’s agent

D.C. United has been in contact with Mario Balotelli’s agent Mino Raiola, Sports Illustrated reports. 

The forward is out of contract this summer, and with the MLS side on the verge of being sold and looking to land two more designated players this summer, the former Manchester City striker could be a target. 

Arp plans Bayern move

Jann-Fiete Arp intends to join Bayern Munich in the summer if his current club Hamburg are relegated from the Bundesliga at the end of the season, reports Sport Bild.

Hamburg are looking increasingly likely to drop out of the top flight and such a scenario could also hasten the departure of their teenage striking sensation.

Arp favours a move to Bayern and a decision would then be made on whether he stays at the Allianz Arena or heads out on loan next season.

PSG want Fabinho to replace Thiago Motta

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to let Thiago Motta leave at the end of the season and want Fabinho to replace him, according to UOL Esporte.

Motta has spent six seasons with PSG, but the Ligue 1 champions-elect believe it is the right time for the 35-year-old to move on.

Fabinho is the priority to come in as a replacement, with PSG having tried to sign the Monaco midfielder last summer.

Norwich braced for £30m Maddison bids

Norwich City may be forced to sell reported Liverpool and Tottenham target James Maddison in the summer, reports the Mirror.

The England Under-21 international is valued at £30 million and is wanted by Premier League clubs as Norwich look to raise funds.

Maddison’s team-mate Josh Murphy is also attracting interest, with the likes of Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and Leicester keen on the winger.

Inter Milan target midfield duo

Inter Milan are in the market for a pair of Serie A midfielders who have recently been linked with Liverpool, claims

Roma’s Kevin Strootman and Cagliari’s Nicolo Barella are both wanted by Inter as the club look to further strengthen their midfield options.

A deal for the duo could cost a combined €80 million minimum as Inter also try to conclude permanent deals for on-loan pair Rafinha and Joao Cancelo.

€100m Lewandowski bid could tempt Bayern to sell

Bayern Munich could be tempted to sell Robert Lewandowski for a ‘triple digit bid’ as four clubs chase the striker, reports L’Equipe.

Lewandowski is reportedly looking to leave Bayern in the summer, and is a target for Real Madrid, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and an unnamed club.

So far, Bayern have insisted the Poland international is not for sale, but they could be persuaded to part with Lewandowski for an offer in excess of €100 million.

Arsenal show interest in Saul

Arsenal have shown an interest in signing Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez, according to AS.

A number of teams have reached out to Atletico to gauge the chances of prising the Spain international away, with the Gunners the latest to try their luck.

Saul still has eight years to run on his current deal in the Spanish capital, however, and with a release clause of €150 million it is unlikely he will be sold.

Paredes wants Juve or Madrid choice

Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Leandro Paredes is hopeful of being presented with the opportunity to choose between joining Juventus or Real Madrid after the World Cup.

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Paredes has only been in Russia since signing from Roma for an initial €23 million last July, but is said to be attracting admiring glances from Juve and Madrid.

The 23-year-old wants to be in a position to pick a switch to Juve or Madrid after Russia 2018, but he is not sure which way he would lean if the situation arose.

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