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Done Deal and Latest Transfer News on Jesus, Modric, Vinicius, Perisic, Di Maria, Koulibaly

Arsenal are currently conducting medical tests for Brazillian winger Marquinhos who is set to join Emirates at £3 Million from Sao Paulo after reaching agreement to sign the star this summer. Real Madrid are ready to offer Luka Modric a new contract until June 2023 abd paperworks are ready with the Croatian star set to committ his future at the Los Blancos in the coming days. Real Madrid have offered Brazillian winger Vinicius Junior a contract offer running until June 2028 with a proposed salary of €10 Million in a year. Real Madrid will increase his release clause from €350 Million to €1 Billion as Carlo Ancellotti believes in his abilities to shine at Santiego Bernabeu.

Arsenal are preparing their first bis for 25 year old Gabriel Jesus and Manchester City want around £40-50 Million for the Brazillian forward. Gabriel Jesus forward has confirmed that they like Arsenal project after talking to Director Edu and the deal could be completed imminently. Fabrizio Romano has announced that Inter Milan & Croatian winger Ivan Perisic is appreaciated by Thomas Tuchel since January but Chelsea are still waiting to negotiate hence full agreement is not reached yet.

Angel Di Maria is on the verge of joining Juventus for free when his current contract at Paris Saint-Germain runs out this summer. PSG director Leonardo met Sergio Canceicao with a view to replacing Mauricio Pochettino. Bayern Munich have contacted Sadio Mane to replace Robert Lewandowski incase the striker signs for Barcelona.

Manchester United have been offered Kalidou Koulibaly by his agent Fali Ramadhani as his current contract at Napoli expires in June 2023 and wants Premier League football experience before retiring. Manchester United would reportedly prefer to loan Dean Henderson for a season but do not want a permanent transfer with David De Hea aging out.

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