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TRANSFER NEWS: Gareth Bale Chooses His Next Club, Man United Finally Set To Land De Jong

Gareth Bale Has Made His Decision Regarding His Next Club

Gareth Bale, a former star for Tottenham Hotspur, is about to put pen to paper on a contract that would keep him playing for Los Angeles FC in the United States until June 2023. (Source: Fabrizio Romano)

In the last few days, Manchester United and Barcelona have made progress in their discussions on the possible sale of Frenkie de Jong, and it is anticipated that the red devils will eventually be able to get their primary objective.

The total price is perhaps in the neighborhood of €80 million, but moving forward is contingent on the Dutchman's approval. (Foundation: athletics)

Kounde Expresses Interest in Moving to Barcelona

Long-term aim of Chelsea Jules Koundé has told Barcelona that he would hold out for the chance to play for them. The transfer of the defender to Barcelona is something that Barcelona is extremely positive about happening this summer

It has come to the attention of Sevilla that Chelsea's desire to acquire Koundé has diminished since Thomas Tuchel has his sights set on acquiring Matthijs de Ligt from Juventus. (Image courtesy of @sport)

Milan does not intend to sign Marcelo.

Marcelo, a legend with Real Madrid, is not in AC Milan's plans for this summer, and the Brazilian forward would rather remain in the city of Madrid if given the choice. However, Getafe has shown interest in learning more about the left back position's availability. (Source: Matte Moretto)

James Rodriguez Is Looking Ahead to Playing in Europe Next Season

James Rodriguez has turned down an invitation to play for the Brazilian club Botafogo as he pursues a move back to the football leagues of Europe. (Photo courtesy of PSierraR)

Two clubs from Europe are going to compete for Szoboszlai.

Dominik Szoboszlai is now playing for RB Leipzig, and this summer, Real Sociedad and Marseille are competing against one another to acquire his services. Clubs from all around Europe continue to show interest in the Hungarian. (Source: world deportivo)

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