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The leagues are long over and the business in the transfer market are in full swing for most of the teams. Some of the top teams have already moved ahead of their counterparts in securing services of their desired players.
Real Madrid after the arrival of Eden Hazard and Luka Jovic have announced French left-back Ferland Mendy from Lyon and also secured Japanese sensation, Takefusa Kubo. West Ham United have landed Villareal star midfielder Pablo Fornals, whereas Bayer Leverkusen roped in Paris Saint Germain prospect Moussa Diaby as a replacement for Julian Brandt.
Let’s have a look at the recent transfer talk in the market and the deals that could take place soon-
Mats Hummels back in Yellow and Black?
Bayern Munich centre back and Germany international, Mats Hummels is set to jump the ship again and return to Dortmund. The Black and yellows are eager to welcome their former captain and strengthen their backline. According to Sky Sports journalist Torben Hoffmann, the 30-year old defender will cost Dortmund around €30 million.
It will be interesting to see whether the deal finally materializes or not.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka Manchester United bound?
Manchester United are interested in Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan Bissaka and reports suggest that the Red Devils have submitted around £40m which was turned down by the Eagles as they demand £60m for the 21-year old.
Wan-Bissaka had a breakthrough year for Crystal Palace and since then most of the top clubs in England have enquired about the rights back.
Franck Lampard back in Stamford Bridge?
If reports are to be believed then it is Franck Lampard who will replace Maurizio Sarri. The former Napoli tactician has agreed on terms with Juventus and will be departing West London after winning the Europa League.
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However, the Blues need to serve a £4m compensation to Derby County with whom the 40-year old almost qualified for the English Premier League. Lampard has had an illustrious career at the Bridge and now if this deal goes through he will start his second innings at the West London outfit.
AC Milan keen on roping in Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira
AC Milan after appointing Paola Maldini as technical director, are set to land Arsenal midfield general Lucas Torreira. The Uruguayan midfielder was the engine in midfield for the Gunners and the Rossoneri have shown a keen interest in the 23-year old.
Torreira had a solid debut season in North London as the enforcer became one of the first names in Unai Emery’s team sheet. However, Milan would have to muster a deal worth £40m to at least give Arsenal a thought.
Frankfurt rope in another young Serbian forward as Jovic’s replacement
Bundesliga outfit and Europa League semi-finalists, Eintracht Frankfurt have roped in Serbian forward Dejan Joveljic from Red Star Belgrade on a five-year deal. The 19-year old striker comes as a replacement for Luka Jovic who left for Real Madrid a few days ago.
The Eagles are again looking to buy young talented players and nurture them into top players before selling them at a profit. Frankfurt board member lauded the player’s talent and ability.
He said: “Dejan is a very good centre forward who is versatile and also able to play as a wide attacker.
“Obviously he’s still young and still has things to learn, but we’re very optimistic that he’ll settle quickly here in Frankfurt.
City to battle with Spurs to secure the services of Lyon star
Tottenham are set to agree on a deal with Lyon over midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. The French box-to-box midfielder has had a breakthrough season for the Ligue 1 outfit and is wanted by a horde of European clubs. However, it is believed that the 22-year old is also interested in joining the Lillywhites.
But the only troublesome issue here might be with the transfer fee as Lyon remain rigid with a £70million price tag. Here the things get interesting for Manchester City who are looking at him as a replacement for Fernandinho. Only time will tell where the 22-year old Frenchman end up.