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LA GALAXY want Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale seem to be on a borrowed time at Real Madrid despite a fruitful loan spell at Spurs last season. His persistent injuries and astronomical wage is an obvious worry for the Spanish club and poised to listen to offers for the Welsh winger. Latest news from Madrid camp says Major league soccer giants, LA Galaxy have registered interest in the 31 year old and ready to secure his signature this summer. Further reports suggest Bale has four other clubs interested in him and would make a decision in the coming days.
Aston Villa keen on Arsenal prodigy
Aston Villa remain resolute in their chase for highly rated Arsenal midfielder, Emile Smith Rowe but the gunners have no intention to let the youngster leave. The Villans have already had their first two bids worth £25m and £30m rejected following Arsenal's adamancy. However reports claim the Villans are looking to make another attempt for the 20 year old in the coming days.
Liverpool turn attention to Otavio
Liverpool are in desperate search for a midfielder following Georgino Wijnaldum's exit early this month. The Reds want to replace the huge midfielder void before the season begins and have been monitoring several marquee midfielders in the past weeks. The latest player on their wishlist is FC Porto's attacking midfielder, Otavio Edmilson da Silva Monteiro. The 26 year old Brazilian scored five and assisted twelve times last season and the Reds believe he can give the team a facelift. Liverpool would have to cough up €25m to sanction the move.
Miralem Pjanic wanted by top clubs.
Barcelona outcast, Miralem Pjanic endured a torrid life at the Camp Nou last season, following his limited first team opportunities. The 31 year old doesn't want to stay at the Camp Nou beyond this summer and set for a move. His former club, Juventus are willing to bring back the Bosnian to Italy, meanwhile Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea also have Pjanic on their wishlist and could make a move for the midfielder.
Arsenal aggree terms with Nuno Tavares
The gunners have reached contractual terms with highly rated Benfica prodigy, Nuno Tavares and reports suggest Arsenal are close to completing the transfer for the sensational full back. With Bellerin future at the club uncertain, the signing of Nuno Tavares can provide an option should the Spanish international leave this summer.
Chelsea plotting move for Tchouameni
The blues are interested in AS Monaco dynamo, Aurelian Tchouameni and set to begin talks with his agent in the coming weeks. The blues transfer team believes the defensive midfielder is almost as good as Declan Rice and a cheaper alternative. Reports claim Chelsea technical advisor, Peter Cech is on a mission to speak with the 21year old's entourage in the coming days to ascertain any chance of switching to Stamford Bridge this summer.
Inter Milan wants Onana
Inter Milan are weighing a move for Cameroonian goalkeeper, Andre Onana who is currently serving a doping ban. The 22 year old's contract with Ajax expires on June 2022 if Ajax doesn't offer him a renewal. Inter Milan are ready to bring Onana to San Siro next summer but will face keen competition from Arsenal who are also interested in the 22 year old.
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