We bring you the latest on Pogba, Manchester United, Morata, Neymar, Paris St. Germain, Arsenal and others.
A lot of possible reunions are on the cards in European football with names like Neymar and Pogba looking to head back to their previous clubs. But the teams that employ the players currently have some very interesting stands on the moves.
Other players such as Morata and Eriksen could well be on the move as Chelsea and Real Madrid look to make progress in their transfer windows.
Khel Now takes a look at all the interesting developments of the transfer window of the past 24 hours.
Aaron Wan Bisaka completes Manchester United move
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Aaron Wan Bisaka has been announced as a Manchester United player after the fullback from Crystal Palace completed the much-awaited move to Old Trafford.
The 21-year-old has moved on a 5-year-deal and is set to receive an option of further extending the contract for a year.
Pepe wants a move to England!
Nicolas Pepe of Lille has kept some of the top teams of Europe interested. The youngster was one of the best players of the French league Ligue 1 for the season 2018-19. Teams like Bayern Munich, Liverpool and Arsenal have been scouting the winger who is destined to leave Lille this summer.
But the winger, as reported by the Daily Mail, is set to move to England after Lille receives a bid of £80million from Liverpool. The player is said to be preferring a move to England.
Chelsea put an asking price of £50million on Alvaro Morata
Chelsea has a transfer ban and is left with an attacking lineup that saw its protagonist leave for a bigger club. Left short on options, Chelsea seeks new ways to get the loanees back at the club.
One such player who might be on his way back to Stamford Bridge is Alvaro Morata. Chelsea has put an asking price of £50million to make Alvaro Morata’s move permanent this summer – or they’ll cancel his loan.
Eriksen’s house-hunting in Madrid already!
Christian Eriksen is said to be on the radar of Real Madrid. The Danish midfielder is one of the possible replacements for Luka Modric as the Ballon d’Or looks going past his best.
The deal is still said to be at a very premature stage, but the family of Eriksen is already said to be looking for houses in Madrid, The Times reports.
PSG ready to make Neymar deal possible for Barcelona
After the Barcelona vice-president publicly accepted that the Neymar deal is on the cards for the Blaugrana, the anticipation has been as high as it would amongst the Cules.
And to make the deal happen, PSG is ready to lower their asking price for the Brazilian international from £270m (€300m) to anything between €130m and €150m, with a couple of players being thrown into the mix.
Arsenal closing on a deal for Saliba
Arsenal look to sign centre-backs as reinforcements after poor performances from Shkodran Mustafi, Nacho Monreal and others. One of the names that have linked with the Gunners is that of the highly-rated Saint-Etienne defender William Saliba.
Arsenal is said to have offered £22.5m for Saliba and is waiting to hear if that will be accepted by the French club.
Arsenal mad to let Aubameyang leave
Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has asked Arsenal not to sell Pierre Emerick Aubameyang after reports of him joining Manchester United has been circulated all over by the media.
Talking to talkSPORT, Parlour pleaded Arsenal not to let the talent like Aubameyang despite whatever money is being offered.
Barcelona open talks for Antoine Griezmann
Barcelona is said to have opened talks with Atletico Madrid for signing the 28-year-old French world cup winner Antoine Griezmann. Griezmann has been officially announced as one of the players set to leave the two-time Champions League finalists in the recent years.
The deal would likely cost Barca €120m (£107m) as reported by MARCA and would make Griezmann join on a five-year-long deal.
United want £150m for Pogba
Manchester United have slapped a £150m asking price on Paul Pogba for the potential seekers of the World Cup winner. The midfielder who is keen to leave the Red Devils is a potential target for Real Madrid and Juventus.
United, not keen on letting the midfielder go so easily, have put an asking price on him that would possibly scare the teams away, the Mirror reports.