Manchester City are looking to sell Aymeric Laporte to raise funds for the signing of Harry Kane. According to The SUN Juventus and Real Madrid have shown their interest, but it will cost them £60m to have Laporte service.
Bernardo Silva is a target for AC Milan in a £45M deal. The Serie A club want to take the midfielder on loan from Man City for two years at a cost of £15M, before then paying a £30M fee to make the move permanent.
Man City are still £50M short of meeting Tottenham's £150M valuation of Harry Kane. It has been suggested that Man City would raise their offer to £120M with further add-ons, but that hasn't happened yet.
Arsenal player Ben White has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the game against Chelsea tomorrow. The player did not train with his team today.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea are waiting to offload some players before they make moves for Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez and Sevilla centre-back Jules Kounde.
The three players nearing the exit door at Chelsea are Davide Zappacosta, Malang Sarr and Tiemoue Bakayoko, all of whom are likely to depart on loan.
Inter CEO Marotta confirms Lautaro won’t join Tottenham: “Lautaro Martinez has decided to stay at Inter, he strongly wants to stay also with many clubs approaching us with official bids to sign Lautaro. We’re so proud”, he told DAZN. 🔵 #Inter #THFC
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