Friday 29th Of May Transfer Rumors

Former Manchester United defender Ashley Young’s contract would be extended at current club Inter Milan.He joined them on a six month contract in January.

Gareth Bale Calls For Calm Over His Golf Habit (Read What He Said)Wales forward Gareth Bale is set to remain at Spanish side Real Madrid for another year because they have not received any offer for him.

Manchester United will rival Newcastle for the signing of Uruguayan winger Facundo Pellistri.The 18 years old currently plays for Penarol.

Galatasaray have joined Arsenal and Tottenham in the race for Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser’s signature.

Man United Should Be Allowed To Sign Ighalo’s Cover – BerbatovOdion Ighalo parent club Shanghai Shenhua have softened their stand on allowing the Nigerian striker to extend his loan spell at Premier league side Manchester United

Liverpool out of contract midfielder Adam Lallana has been offered a long term contract at Leicester city.

Thomas Delaney said his teammate Jadon Sancho feels the pressure of being linked with a move away from Borussia Dortmund.The Englishman has been linked with a move to Manchester United.

Five premier league clubs which includes Chelsea, Newcastle, Arsenal, Manchester United, and Leicester are all interested in signing Barcelona and Brazilian midfielder Phillipe Coutinho.He is currently on loan at Bayern Munich and will cost around £90m.

Liverpool are likely to play their remaining home games at a neutral venue, should the Premier League resume from 17 June.

Everton will hold talks with defender Djibril Sidibe over extending his loan when the Premier League resumes in June. Frenchman Sidibe is on loan from AS Monaco until 30 June.

Paris Saint Germain are closing on making the loan deal of Mauro Icardi permanent.The Argentine striker is on loan at PSG from Inter Milan.

The French champions are also interested in a move for Chelsea out of contract Brazilian playmaker Willian.He will mostly be available on a free transfer at the end of the season.

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