AC Milan are in talks with Monaco to sign French left back Fodé Ballo-Traoré as backup option for Theo Hernandez. Negotiations ongoing and Ballo Traoré will be replaced by Ismail Jakobs at Monaco.
Everton manager Rafa Benitez has asked the club's hierarchy to reunite him with Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly this summer. (90min Sports)
Chelsea have made it clear to Inter that they would need €20m in order to sell their left-back Marcos Alonso this summer. (Corriere dello Sport)
Napoli have made an opening bid of €8-10M to sign Chelsea’s Emerson Palmieri, who has been convinced to join the Partenopei. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
James Maddison’s camp are expecting an Arsenal approach in the next few weeks, he is the club’s primary target. Maddison has been offered a four-year deal and would earn twice as much as he earns at Leicester and wear an iconic number.Inter and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen will reportedly return to Milan next week to undergo medical examinations. (Football Italia)
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