With the Euros 2020 blooming, the English football teams are sharpening their squads ready to face the new EPL season.Arsenal are keen on signing Torino and Italy striker Andrea Belotti, but AC Milan, Fiorentina and Napoli are also seeking the services of the 27 year old striker. Leicester city are also among the clubs seeking the services of Italy forward Domenico Berardi, who plays for Sassuolo.Norwich City are also closing in on the loan signing of Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour from the Europa winners Chelsea. Liverpool could sign Porto's Brazilian attacking midfielder Otavio before Wednesday for his £34m release clause. Jamaica wants Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood, 19 to switch his international allegiance from England players under 21. Spain defender Sergio Ramos is assessing approaches he has received from Manchester City, Paris St German and Bayern Munich before taking decisions on his future
With the English struggling to keep their squad fit for the EPL, their Laliga counterparts are on. Barcelona are considering offering 29 year old Spanish defender Sergio Roberto a two year contracts. His contact will expire in 2022.
Rennes have denounced their interest in French midfielder Eduardo Carmavingo. The 18 years old is being linked to Manchester United Paris St German. Roma are close on sealing the deal ro sign Portugal goal keeper Rui Patricio 33 years from Wolverhampton
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