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Real Madrid’s Alexander-Arnold plan; Man Utd rivalled for Araujo

Ivan Toney

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

Real Madrid will try to sign Trent Alexander-Arnold next summer if he does not renew his Liverpool contract. The England international’s current deal expires in 2025. (Fabrizio Romano)

In terms of incomings, Liverpool now have the edge over Juventus in the race to sign midfielder Teun Koopmeiners as they can offer a more lucrative financial package to Atalanta. (Gazzetta dello Sport – Italy)

Sporting CP are preparing for the sale of Arsenal target Ousmane Diomande by moving for Anderlecht defender Zeno Debast. (O Jogo – Portugal)

Arsenal are also considering a summer move for Manchester City right-back Yan Couto, who is currently on loan at Girona. (Football Transfers)

Brentford may sell striker Ivan Toney for £40m this summer, with Chelsea still interested in a move for the Bees vice-captain. (Simon Phillips)

Ivan Toney

Toney is expected to leave Brentford / Catherine Ivill – AMA/GettyImages

Chelsea have joined Manchester United in the race to sign Ronald Araujo from Barcelona. The Uruguay centre-back could be sold for £85m and is also wanted by Bayern Munich. (Fichajes – Spain)

Another defender of interest to Man Utd is Juventus’ Gleison Bremer, and they currently lead the queue to sign the Brazilian. (Gazzetta dello Sport – Italy)

Real Madrid are unlikely to sign defensive target Leny Yoro from Lille this summer despite their increasing interest in him. (Cadena SER – Spain)

Barcelona head coach Xavi has given the green light for the club to wrap up the signing of Real Betis midfielder Guido Rodriguez on a free transfer. (Fabrizio Romano)

Inter have been offered the chance to sign out-of-favour Barcelona forward Vitor Roque, who could leave the club having only joined in January. (Gazzetta dello Sport – Italy)

Elsewhere at San Siro, Milan are plotting a move for Tottenham Hotspur right-back Emerson Royal, who has fallen down the pecking order at Spurs. (Gazzetta dello Sport – Italy)


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