Some rather sensational rumours are doing the rounds in the market at the moment.

The leagues are about to finish, and the clubs are gearing up for the upcoming transfer season. The likes of Manchester United, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Barcelona are about to go into the squad rebuilding process while teams like Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Ajax would wish to hold on to their superstars.

Khel Now brings to you the top transfer news and rumours of the week.

Manchester United confirm Ander Herrera exit

Plying his trade for five seasons with the Red Devils, Herrera is all set for a move away from the club. The midfielder has been one of the most consistent players for United in the recent years and the news of his exit has resulted in a wave of disappointment amongst the fans. 

Furthermore, many European giants are reportedly interested in the Spaniard’s signature including PSG, Inter Milan, Arsenal and Barcelona.

Harry Maguire has three potential suitors

Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are all battling with each other to have the signature of the English centre-back. While Chelsea’s transfer ban might prevent them from potentially signing any players, United and Arsenal would be asked to spend big if they want the Leicester City star.

The defender would cost anything around 60 million pounds, The Sun reports.

Llorente to Premier League?

Real Madrid’s 24-year-old midfielder Marcus Llorente might be on his way out of the Spanish club for one of the Premier League giants. Zinedine Zidane isn’t counting on the midfielder and has already reportedly informed him that.

As per AS Dario, the midfielder has interested the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal.

Lyon left-back Ferland Mendy is set to join Real Madrid after talks over bringing Achraf Hakimi back from Dortmund didn’t work out, the Marca reports.

Zidane has been impressed with Hakimi and wanted him back. But the two-year loan spell can’t be terminated in between by Los Blancos, and hence they have set their sights now on the Lyon player.

Manchester United to pay the release clause of Coutinho

Philipe Coutinho has had a poor season with Barcelona and can be on his way out of the Catalonian club.

The AS has included Coutinho in the list of the ten players who could possibly leave the club this summer. They also identified Manchester United as one of the potential suitors.

Maurizio Sarri to be the next coach of Juve?

Tuttosport has reported that the Italian champions could possibly make a move for the Chelsea boss given Massimiliano Allegri leaves the club.

The move would force Chelsea to find another coach, with Erik Ten Hag, seemed to be the frontrunner.


Diego Godin set to sign for Inter Milan

Diego Godin is nearing to sign a three-year-long contract with Inter Milan in a deal that would earn him 95 grand per week, Corrella dello Sport reports.

The Uruguayan defender confirmed his exit from the La Liga club earlier this month but is yet to announce his next club.

Antoine Griezmann to Barcelona, again!

Antoine Griezmann is reportedly looking for a move to La Liga rivals Barcelona after having rejected them previously in the past.

The deal is reported by Le Parisien and is said to be beneficial to both the parties as the Blaugrana look to replace Coutinho.

Donny van de Beek to Dortmund?

Real Madrid target and Ajax starlet Donny van de Beek has been identified as a potential target for Borussia Dortmund who look set to miss out on yet another Bundesliga title this week.

The Bild has reported the interests of the German giants after Real Madrid have been not making a move yet.

Toby Alderwiereld is impressed with Ajax and wants a return

Spurs defender Toby is impressed after what he has seen of the Holland club and doesn’t rule out a possible return to the club in the future.

“I don’t want to make too popular statements, but it is certainly 100 per cent in my head,” said the defender Voetball International reports.

Alex Grimaldo is wanted by two clubs

Alex Grimaldo is wanted by Napoli and Borussia Dortmund after an impressive season with the Benfica’s senior side.

The clubs are ready to pay the release clause of the Spanish defender, O Jogo reports.