There are mixed at messages at Barcelona, where president Joan Laporta appears to have ruled out signing Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund in the summer. But director of football Mateu Alemany has actually recommended it is 'not the time to dismiss signings' and firmly insisted that the president only stated what he did because of persistent media concerns on the topic.
Chatter about Haaland from Spain has again tipped him once again to prioritise La Liga-- so Real Madrid or Barcelona-- regardless of current reports of a deal remaining in place with Manchester City.
Liverpool do not require to worry about Mohamed Salah having his head turned by another club in his continuous contract stand-off, with 'cash, respect and recognition' rather the key factors.
Arsenal have been tipped to competing Aston Villa for the long-term signing of Philippe Coutinho at the end of the season. The latter have a EUR40m alternative as part of their current loan deal.
Tottenham could pursue Inter centre-back Stefan de Vrij to boost their back-line. The Dutch international belonged to Antonio Conte's title-winning team at San Siro.
Cesar Azpilicueta might not be complimentary to leave Chelsea this summer after all as it has actually been claimed that the renewal clause in the defender's contract has currently been set off. The Spaniard has been progressively expected to join Barcelona as a free agent.
Angel Di Maria could join Kylian Mbappe and Mauricio Pochettino in leaving Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season. He may head back to previous club Benfica, whom he left in 2010.
If Zinedine Zidane changes Pochettino at PSG, he could rob Real Madrid for tested new finalizings, which could include Brazilian midfielder Casemiro.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Newcastle will need to put interest in Bayer Leverkusen prodigy Florian Wirtz on hold as the teenage starlet has actually suffered a long-lasting ACL injury that would be expected to require him to miss the start of next season.
Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann is not happy with the squad that has been offered to him this season, which has the prospective to trigger friction with the club hierarchy unless some of the nonessential that has been collected is shipped out in the coming months.
Juventus could be available to offering France midfielder Adrien Rabiot in the summer, in spite of the 26-year-old beginning most games this season.
On The Other Hand, Arturo Vidal could join the seventh club in his profession, in addition to the prospect of going back to South America for the first time given that he left his home continent in 2007. Brazilian club Flamengo have been tipped give the Chilean a home must he leave Inter.