We review the most recent information related to a transfer window that has nine days to go.
The protagonists are the following:
The captain of the Anfield team ends his contract in 2023, but David Ornstein assures that details and clauses are being finalized to extend until 2024. If an agreement is reached, the footballer and the club would be linked until they are 34 years old.
The Italian striker of AS Monaco will land in San Siro at the rate of one million for the transfer, an option or purchase obligation (6M) that will vary according to the conditions that must be made public and another in variables, as reported by Fabrizio Romano. In total, the operation will go for a maximum of 8 million.
The French midfielder for Manchester United has a contract until 2022, but Fabrizio Romano assures that his sources have confirmed that he will continue, at least this season. Ole Gunnar Sloskjaer himself, Old Trafford coach, has also assured that in September he will continue to have him once the summer market is over.
The club president GigliatiRocco Commisso would like to stay with the Serbian forward after saying days ago that he would only agree to speak for him for offers of around 100 million euros, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.
As a consequence of the above, Atlético de Madrid would have focused its efforts on incorporating the Brazilian striker from Hertha BSC, which has a market value of 30 million and a contract with the capital until 2025, according to Fabrizio Romano. Notably Bild ensures that the player will have an exit clause from 2022, but does not specify how many millions it is.
The Franco-Guadeloupe left winger had to retire after 20 minutes of play in his most recent Bundesliga encounter with Borussia Mönchengladbach. According Sky SportsHis knee ligament has been affected and he will be recovering for several weeks. Adi Hütter, technician of the Fohlen, has assured that he will continue in the club.
As an alternative to reinforce his attack, Fabrizio Romano mentions that the objective may be the second striker of SS Lazio, who has a contract until 2024. Igli Tare, sports director of the capital team, has assured that the footballer wants to leave, that there are options to what a view of neroazzurri, but it’s up to the Milanese to make an offer.
Giuseppe Marotta, president of the Italian club’s Council, has assured in words for DAZN that the footballer wants to stay despite having received several formal offers from other clubs to get his services.
Fabrizio Romano mentions that the footballer wants to stay, that it is simply a salary readjustment after Jadon Sancho has arrived receiving about double the salary of the Portuguese. Their current relationship lasts until 2025.
Massimilliano Allegri has spoken about the Portuguese attacker, mentioning that he himself has assured his continuity and that this has never been a problem. In this way, the one from Madeira enters his last year of contract and, if he does not renew, next summer he could leave without transfer cost at 37 years old.