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Bayern no longer interested in Odoi
German Champions, Bayern Munich have dropped their interest in highly rated Chelsea winger, Callum Hudson-Odoi. The Bavarians registered concrete interest to sign the English international last year and were keen to land him this summer. Bayern's reluctance to meet his £120,000 a week salary stalled the deal for while, however the transfer seem to have fallen through the cracks after Bayern officially denounced they have pulled out of the deal.
Manchester United intensify chase for Real Madrid target, Camavinga
Rennes midfielder, Edouardo Camvinga was heavily linked to Real Madrid last summer after his amazing displays in the 2019/20 season. However Madrid's financial crisis meant a move for the 20 year old would be suspended. Manchester United have now emerged favourites and poised to secure the signature of the French midfielder. The Red devils are reportedly set to begin talks with Camavinga's entourage this week as they weigh a potential transfer move this summer.
Nuno Tavares in demand
Benfica prodigy, Nuno Tavares is on high demand following his incredible performance with Benfica last season. Napoli, Arsenal and Lazio have already shown interest in signing the Portuguese, nonetheless latest news suggest Arsenal are the favourites among the 21 year old's suitors to land him. Benfica will allow Nuno Tavares leave if any club meet his €15m price tag.
Athletico Madrid eyes a move for former Barcelona midfielder.
La Liga champions, Athletico Madrid want to sign Brazilian midfielder, Paulinho this summer. The 32 year old was known for making a surprise switch from Guangzhou Evergrande in China to Barcelona in the 2017/18 season, but returned to China after just a season. The Rojiblancos are weighing options to bring back Paulinho to the La Liga this summer, after the Brazilian mutual terminated his contract with Guangzhou Evergrande seven days ago.
Manchester City close to signing Jack Grealish
The Cityzens are looking forward to sharpening their attacking armoury this summer with few more marquee signings. Manchester City are currently leading the race to snap sensational Aston Villa playmaker, Jack Grealish. According to English news outlets, Manchester City have agreed with Aston Villa on £88m transfer fee and the deal would be completed after the ongoing European completion.
Juventus want to sign Renato sanches.
Renato Sanches have shown glimpses of rejuvenation after being touted a flop following his move from Benfica in 2016. The 23 year old was nothing short of amazing for the Portuguese national team in the EUROS and is already attracting interest from some top European clubs. Latest news claim Juventus are convinced with Renato Sanches's performance and would make a move for the Portuguese star in the coming weeks.
Liverpool keen on Kingsley Coman
The Reds are keen to sign French winger, Kingsley Coman despite Bayern's reluctance to offload the 25 year old. The Bavarians want to extend the contract of the French winger but both parties have failed to reach an agreement after the club refused to meet his salary demands. Coman is reportedly resolute to leave the club and move to the premier league. Liverpool remains the favourites to sign him, however Bayern would only allow him leave if his £49m price tag is met.
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