Evening transfer Latest News; Griezmann's Move, Alcantara, Thomas Partey,Mane, Wijnaldum, Koulibaly
Liverpool, Man U and Arsenal wants Griezmann,
Premier League giants Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal are all looking to capitalise on the uncertainty surrounding Antoine Griezmann's future, reports the Daily Mail.
Griezmann had been promised a leading role at Barcelona by Ronald Koeman once Lionel Messi had left the club.
But with the Messi staying and the return of Philippe Coutinho to the squad, the Frenchman, who endured a torrid debut season at Camp Nou, could find himself marginalised from Koeman's plans and available for transfer.
Man city signs €60m world class defender
Manchester City are preparing a second bid for Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly, according to The Observer. City’s first bid of around €60m (£53m) was €15m short of Napoli’s valuation of the defender, who has also been linked with rivals United.
Two Arsenal players and Partey swap deal
Gunners chiefs tried to use Alexandre Lacazette AND Matteo Guendouzi as makeweights to land Thomas Partey, according to reports. Fabrizio Romano believes the French duo were both offered to Atletico Madrid in exchange for the Ghanaian midfielder.
Barcelona to sign mane and Wijnaldum
New Barca boss Ronald Koeman is keen to sign Fellows country man Wijnaldum, while Sadio Mane is also being linked with a move to the Nou Camp.
Thiago Alcantara Liverpool move
The Reds are very keen on signing Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich, but need Barcelona to stump up at least £15million for Georginio Wijnaldum first.
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