Transfer rumors: Haaland, Lukaku, Grealish, Kane, Pogba, Mbappe, Camavinga

Chelsea are about to submit a £ 130million bid for of Borussia Dortmund Norwegian striker Erling Braut Haaland, 22, after owner Roman Abramovich gave his blessing to proceed with what would be a club record deal. (Football insider)external link

Inter Milan require at least £ 102.5million of Chelsea for Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku, 28, if the Blues fail to sign Haaland. (Metro)external link

Manchester city have made a deal with Jack Grealish and are ready to offer Aston Villa £ 90million for the 25-year-old England attacking midfielder. (Football insider)external link

Manchester city say they have struck a £ 160million deal to Tottenham striker Harry Kane are nonsense. (Manchester Evening News)external link

Tottenham maintain they have no plans to sell the 27-year-old England captain this summer. (Football in London)external link

Although Kane is more and more confident Tottenham are ready to let him go. (Times)external link

Manchester city have agreed personal terms of £ 350,000 per week with Kane and are ready to bid up to £ 120million. (Star)external link

Manchester United anticipate a formal process of Paris St-Germain this summer for French midfielder Paul Pogba, 28. (Telegraph)external link

French striker Kylian Mbappe, 22, said PSG he has no plans to sign an extension of his contract, which runs until 2022, and wants to leave the club this summer or next year. (AS – in Spanish)external link

Reindeer French midfielder Eduardo Camavinga is in favor of a move to Spain after talks between Manchester United and representatives for the 18-year-old were described as “not encouraging”. (Manchester Evening News)external link

Barcelona believe if Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, leaves Juventus This summer, the Italian club are reportedly ready to loan their French striker Antoine Griezmann, with an option to buy the 30-year-old. (Sport – in Spanish)external link

Barça President Joan Laporta says the club “values ​​Antoine a lot” but “there is a market for Griezmann” and the Spanish club are “open to all proposals”. (Goal)external link

Arsenal won’t offer 30-year-old French striker Alexandre Lacazette a new contract and is bidding around £ 15million for their former signing record to help fund a player’s move 23 years old. Chelsea and England striker Tammy Abraham. (Sun)external link

Newcastle United Manager Steve Bruce reiterated the club’s desire to sign England Under-21 midfielder Joe Willock from Arsenal but says the Magpies are waiting for the Gunners and the 21-year-old to make a decision about his future. (Celestial sport)external link

Rangers Liverpool manager and former captain Steven Gerrard, 41, says he is “shocked and surprised” that he is linked to become Everton manager before the appointment of Rafael Benitez and that such a prospect “is never a possibility”. (ESPN)external link

Liverpool are looking to tie striker Mohamed Salah, 29, to a new deal in the near future, with the Egyptian’s contract running until the summer of 2023. (Echo of Liverpool)external link

Fulham are getting closer to a £ 10million move to that of Liverpool Welsh winger Harry Wilson, 24. (Sun)external link

Bayer Leverkusen rejected a £ 30million offer from Aston Villa for 23-year-old Jamaican winger Leon Bailey. (Football insider)external link

that of Manchester City 24-year-old Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus in the lead Juventus list of summer targets. (Calciomercator – in Italian)external link

you are also set to relaunch their attempts to sign the 23-year-old Italy and Sassuolo midfielder Manuel Locatelli. (To post)external link

Argentina striker’s agent Paulo Dybala to speak with Juventus on a new contract for the 27-year-old, who has a year-long contract with the Serie A side left. (Transfer market – in Italian)external link

south american clubs Boca Juniors, Flamengo and America Club have all shown interest in Inter Milan Arturo Vidal, but the 34-year-old Chilean midfielder wants to play for another European club before returning to Colo-Colo to finish his career. (Gazzetta dello Sport – in Italian)external link

Last page of the Mirror on July 24, 2021
The Mirror has the latest on the first big transfer of the summer (Jadon Sancho) and potentially the biggest (Harry Kane)

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