Real Madrid set to ANNOUNCE Jude Bellingham, Chelsea begin REBUILD
Transfer News Roundup: Though teams are already beginning to restructure their rosters, the summer transfer market for clubs does not open until…
Transfer News Roundup: Though teams are already beginning to restructure their rosters, the summer transfer market for clubs does not open until June. Chelsea has begun to recover from the terrible season by talking up Manuel Ugarte. James Maddison has emerged as a major target for Premier League clubs following Leicester City’s relegation. While La Liga champion Barcelona searches for Bruno Guimares, bitter rival Real Madrid has already signed Jude Bellingham and is prepared to make the announcement. Follow All Football LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN
Real Madrid expected to announce arrival Jude Bellingham from Dortmund
With Real Madrid very expected to finalise the deal for the England international next week, Jude Bellingham’s career is about to take a tremendous leap forward in the coming days. The 19-year-old midfielder is expected to depart BVB at the end of the current campaign in order to join Europe’s most successful club this summer, much like the past Dortmund players who came before him.
The 19-year-old Bellingham has also been offered a six-year contract by Real Madrid, which would make him one of the club’s biggest earners whenever he signs it. According to the report, the initial cost for the England international will be £86.2 million, but this will rise if further terms and bonuses are added to the contract.
Champions of La Liga Barcelona is interested in signing Newcastle midfielder Bruno Guimares
Bruno Guimaraes, a standout for Newcastle United, is a target for Barcelona in the summer. As part of their ambitions to restock their lineup, the Catalan giants are allegedly eager to recruit the Brazilian midfielder. According to reports, they are prepared to pay about €100 million (£87 million) for Guimaraes.
Due to Sergio Busquets’ impending departure as a free agency in the summer, Xavi will be searching for a top-tier centre midfielder to replace their outgoing captain. Paris Saint-Germain, who also wants the Brazil star, will probably present Barcelona with competition.
Chelsea begin talks with Sporting over a £60 million transfer for midfielder Manuel Ugarte.
Chelsea has begun negotiations to bring Sporting CP midfielder Manuel Ugarte to Chelsea. Even before the hiring of new manager Mauricio Pochettino, whose transfer to Stamford Bridge was ultimately made public on Monday, a new midfielder had been on Chelsea’s wish list for this summer.
The 22-year-old Sporting midfielder Ugarte has reportedly been added to Chelsea scouts’ long list of prospective targets, and the Blues have contacted him to explore a potential transfer.
Following Leicester’s relegation, James Maddison is expected to be the first player to leave the team
With a long list of Premier League teams eager to sign him, James Maddison will lead the exodus from Leicester this summer. The England midfielder has just one year remaining on his contract, so he could sell for roughly £40 million, and teams like Tottenham, Newcastle, and Arsenal are among those keeping an eye on him.
As they attempt to offload some of its top talents after being relegated to the Championship, Leicester is expected to value him at more than £50 million and will need to hope that there is a bidding war for his signing to increase his worth.
Crystal Palace wish to bring in Graham Potter as new manager
Crystal Palace want Graham Potter to take over as manager next season, as Roy Hodgson’s brief tenure at the club comes to an end. The 75-year-old was brought in to assist steer the Eagles to Premier League safety after a poor run of play under his predecessor, Patrick Vieira, had left them in trouble.
The former Arsenal great was fired in March, and Palace hoped to find a new permanent manager in the summer. Graham Potter, according to Santi Aouna, is the guy the Eagles seek and will likely make a bid for the former Chelsea manager shortly.
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