Football transfer rumours: Man Utd make £75m defender top target; Klopp makes final recommendation

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite has been made the top summer target for Manchester United. The centre-back would cost £75m and the Red Devils will push ahead with a move regardless of whether Erik ten Hag is still the manager. (Daily Star)

Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise is another priority target for Manchester United. The Frenchman has a £60m release clause in his contract. (Football Transfers)

Barcelona club president Joan Laporta recently met with the agent of Luis Diaz to discuss a potential move to Catalonia, but he was shocked to learn Liverpool would demand £100m to £120m to sell the winger. (El Heraldo – Colombia)

Arsenal and Chelsea are both in the market for a new striker and have a keen interest in RB Leipzig’s Benjamin Sesko. Napoli are also looking at Sesko in case they sell Victor Osimhen. (Caught Offside)

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Sesko is turning heads / Alexander Hassenstein/GettyImages

In addition to a striker, Arsenal are also keen on another defender and have identified Liverpool target Willian Pacho of Eintracht Frankfurt as a possible option. (Sky Sport Germany)

Jurgen Klopp has recommended Liverpool look at Wolves left-back Rayan Ait-Nouri, who is also a target for Manchester United. (TeamTALK)

Borussia Dortmund could offer Donyell Malen as a makeweight in a bid to sign Jadon Sancho from Manchester United on a permanent deal. (Fichajes – Spain)

Tottenham failed with a January move for Juventus full-back Andrea Cambiasso, who is expected to receive offers from the likes of Real Madrid this summer. (Numero Diez – Italy)

Manchester City are weighing up whether to trigger the £100m release clause in Bruno Guimaraes‘ Newcastle contract. PSG are also interested in his signature. (Football Transfers)


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