With the football leagues across Europe coming to an end over the weekend, various football clubs have now entered in the transfer market where they are identifying perfect signings who will be helping them record good results next season as well as releasing those other players that they have got rid of.
Arsenal has agreed in terms with the Egyptian international Mohamed Elneny over a one year contract until June 2023. The 29 year old said that he was happy at Arsenal and therefore had to accept the deal.
Newcastle United on the other side Newcastle United have reached full agreement with English forward Sean Longstaff on a contract extension until 2025. Eddie Howe wanted to keep the player as he is part of his future plans.
Deals that could be completed soon
Manchester United are pushing to sign Ajax center back Jurrien Timber according to Fabrizio Romano this summer. Ten Hag is believed to build his squad around new faces in several positions after being appointed to succeed Ralf Rangnick.
Xavi however said that De Jong is in his plans for Barcelona. ““Frenkie de Jong’s a key player for us. But everything does depend on our economic situation. We will see what happens.”
Sadio mane has also revealed that they will begin talks with Liverpool over his contract extension which runs out on June 2023 after the Champions League final. “There will be new discussions at the end of the season. I’ll answer after Champions League final”. He said.
Bayern Munich is set to announceRyan Gravenberch as their player from Ajax in the coming days after agreeing on terms that includes a five year deal.
Real Madrid are also close to extending the contract of Brazillian winger Vinicius Jr until 2028 as per the latest reports. Vinicius said that he wants to stay at Madrid as he dismissed interests from PSG.
Chelsea will also be entering the discussion on extend mason Mount contract in the coming months. He is among other players who will be discussing their future with the club.
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