Premier League

Man Utd plot Theo Hernandez bid; Chelsea to trigger Olmo release clause

Martin Zubimendi

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Manchester United are preparing a bid worth £51m to sign AC Milan left-back Theo Hernandez, who is also a target for Bayern Munich if they lose Alphonso Davies. (Fichajes – Spain)

Also on Man Utd‘s radar is Everton centre-back Jarrad Branthwaite and the Red Devils are ready to go “all in” to beat Newcastle United and Manchester City to his signature. (Football Transfers)

Barcelona have added Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram to their list of summer targets, believing he could be cheaper than Everton’s Amadou Onana. The Frenchman could be available for around £30m. (SPORT – Spain)

Onana is also not expected to join Arsenal this summer, with the Gunners instead keen on Real Sociedad’s Martin Zubimendi. (The Athletic)

Barcelona and Atletico Madrid could discuss a swap deal for Joao Felix which would see centre-back Inigo Martinez move in the opposite direction. (Relevo – Spain)

Martin Zubimendi

Zubimendi could be on the move / Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/GettyImages

Chelsea are ready to trigger the £51m release clause in the contract of RB Leipzig midfielder Dani Olmo. (24 Sata – Croatia)

Should Mohamed Salah leave Liverpool this summer, the Reds could explore a move for another Egypt international, 25-year-old Omar Marmoush of Eintracht Frankfurt. (Mundo Deportivo – Spain)

Manchester City want to sell full-back Joao Cancelo to Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal this summer, but Barcelona are hoping to secure another loan deal for the Portugal international. (SPORT – Spain)

Real Madrid are tracking Nice goalkeeper Marcin Bulka ahead of the summer transfer window but may have to fend off competition from Man Utd, who are not yet convinced about sticking with Andre Onana. (Fichajes – Spain)

Tottenham plan to part ways with midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg once the summer transfer window opens. (Football Insider)


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