Bayern Munich have reportedly set an asking price for Robert Lewandowski amid growing exit rumours.
The Bavarians are preparing for a summer of transfer interest in the Polish international after he confirmed a desire to move on from the Allianz Arena before the start of the 2022/23 campaign.
Lewandowski’s current contract in Munich expires in 2023 but the veteran striker wants to leave in the coming weeks due to a breakdown in his relations with the club.
Barcelona are leading the way to secure a possible deal for the 33-year-old despite the ongoing financial issues at the Camp Nou in the last 12 months.
Chelsea are reportedly keen to acquire the sevices of the prolific striker.
According to reports from Catalan outlet Diario Sport , Bayern are resigned to losing their star man, and the Bundesliga superpower are open to an incoming deal.
The report states they will accept a €40m fee for the former Borussia Dortmund hitman to try and avoid a free transfer exit next summer.
Fulham are set to make a shock move for former Manchester United and Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic, according to Greek journalist Gerasimos Manolidis.
However, Jose Mourinho is also keen on a reunion with the big Serbian midfielder and could compete with Marco Silva for his signature.
If Fulham can’t sign Matic, they will look at Crystal Palace man Luka Milivojevic.
Matic, 33, left United for free at the end of the season.
The Serbian midfielder exercised his right to end his United career rather than trigger an optional one-year extension, bringing to an end his five-year association with the club.
Chelsea’s hunt for a midfielder could switch to Manchester United ‘target’ Kalvin Phillips.
Leeds believe they are in a strong position to keep the 20-cap England ace, 26.
But after suggestions Newcastle would be prepared to offer £60million-plus, there are also reports tonight that Chelsea could also be pondering a bid.
The Red Devils were heavily linked with Phillips before the end of the season.
But any hopes of prising him from their fierce rivals dipped dramatically when Leeds stayed in the Premier League.
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Christopher Nkunku has disappointed Prem giants by suggesting PSG is his ‘heart club’.
RB Leipzig’s France midfielder has been linked with Manchester United and Chelsea.
And the 24-year-old insists he won’t ‘close any doors’ on his options.
But he said: “Paris [Paris Saint-Germain], I’ve always said it, it’s my home, my heart club.
“I don’t close any doors. Everything is possible in football.
“It’s flattering to have the biggest clubs in the world interested in me.
“But it’s also flattering that Leipzig is doing everything to keep me.
“We are in June, and I am focused on this gathering.”
Christian Pulisic is being targeted by Italian giants AC Milan and Juventus amid speculation that Liverpool are interested in the winger as a replacement for Sadio Mane.
The American has struggled to cement a starting place under Thomas Tuchel, leaving the winger frustrated in West London.
The 23-year-old, who is currently away on international duty with the USA, has reportedly sparked the interest of Serie A champions AC Milan and Juve.
According to the Daily Mail, Pulisic admitted his frustration at the situation, however also confirmed his desire to fight for his place at Stamford Bridge.
Pulisic said: “Of course, I want to get more playing time. I think I still got a lot of games, but it’s always something that I’m working at and trying to be a regular at club level. “
Chelsea signed the American for £58million from Borussia Dortmund, however it’s speculated neither interested Italian side would be able to match that fee if the Blues wanted him.
Reports in Spain claim that Sevilla have given Chelsea a crucial condition that must be met before Jules Kounde could be allowed to leave.
According to Diario AS, via Football Espana, his transfer is just a matter of time – as well as one other factor.
Sevilla Sporting Director Monchi is determined to bring in a central defender before Kounde departs. His central defensive partner Diego Carlos has already left the club for Aston Villa this summer and losing both without bringing anyone would complicate Monchi’s task.
AS say that the market is paralysed at the moment and as a result, Kounde’s transfer is on hold. They mention Marseille defender Duje Caleta-Car as a potential arrival in his stead.
Tammy Abraham has sent Liverpool fans into a frenzy after making a comment to Trent Alexander-Arnold during England training.
Roma’s ex-Chelsea striker, 24, sparked transfer rumours after telling the right-back: “I’m joining you guys next season.”
His admission was captured in a video which has been shared across social media.
Some Liverpool supporters are now convinced that he was hinting at a potential move to Anfield.
One excited fan tweeted: “I want this to happen, we obviously need a target man for those crosses. I wanna see what Klopp cooks up with him.”
Another said: “Would be a great signing!!”
Abraham joined Roma on a five-year deal last summer for a fee of £34million.
He made an instant impact upon his arrival in Italy and quickly cemented his spot in Jose Mourinho’s starting line-up.
In 37 appearances this season he has scored 17 goals – making him the highest English scorer in a single Serie A season.
His impressive form has attracted the attention of various Premier League clubs, including Arsenal.
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Jose Mourinho is being lined up to replace Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain.
The French champions are on the verge of parting company with Pochettino, who has been walking a tight rope for the last two seasons.
And SunSport understands the Parisians are contemplating the Argentine with the resurgent Mourinho.
The Portuguese breathed new life into his floundering managerial career with Serie big boys Roma last season.
The Special One guided the Italians to Europa Conference League glory last month and a sixth-place league finish.
And the 59-year-old’s stellar debut season at the Stadio Olimpico has promoted PSG chiefs to weigh up a summer swoop for his services.
Romelu Lukaku is hoping to force a move away from Chelsea this summer as he seeks a return to Inter Milan.
According to The Telegraph, the Belgian striker is determined to quit the west London club after a disappointing return to the Premier League.
The attacker returned for his second spell with Chelsea in a £97.5 million deal last summer, however after scoring 15 goals in 44 appearances for the club it’s safe to say that expectations haven’t been met.
While a permanent move appears unlikely this summer, the hope is that Lukaku can secure a loan exit with a view to a permanent switch next year.
However the prospect of securing a loan move are slim as well, with Chelsea only willing to accept a deal if it is financially viable.