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Transfer Talk: Manchester City to sign Ruben Neves in January?

Written by: Aniket Surve

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It is being alleged that PSG has proposed an offer to Barcelona to sign Ousmane Dembele in a swap with Adrein Rabiot plus cash.

With summer transfer window's deadline fast approaching, the tension in Europe's top-flight leagues is increasing day by day. The clubs and managers have just over 10 days to add little more fire and strengthen their squads for the 2018-19 season. 

In this article, we at Khel Now will take you through the important transfer news of the day:

AC Milan make a move for Lazio star

Lazio's star midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is currently the hot topic at Turin and San Siro. AC Milan has reportedly offered a £38m loan deal for the 23-year-old with an option to buy at the end of 2018-19 season. The San Siro based side is facing some tough competition from their league counterparts Juventus who have set their eyes on the Serbian midfielder lately reports The Guardian. 

Barcelona patient for Paul Pogba

Barcelona is ready to wait till 2019 to secure the services of Manchester United's Paul Pogba. The Red Devils recently rejected Barcelona's offer and are in no mood to let go of their star player this summer reports Sunday Express.



Adrein Rabiot and Ousmane Dembele swap deal offered?

According to Sunday Express, PSG's chief Khelaifi met Barcelona's Josep Bartomeu yesterday in Madrid to discuss a potential deal to sign Ousmane Dembele. PSG are rumoured to have offered midfielder Adrien Rabiot plus cash to land French striker at Parc des Princes.

Dembele was rumoured to be unhappy after Barcelona signed youngster Malcom from Bordeaux which adds more fuel to this rumour. 

Pep Guardiola interested in Ruben Neves

Ruben Neves has emerged as the prime target for Pep Guardiola after Jorginho's snub this summer. According to SUN, Manchester City is ready to offer a £60m deal to Wolves' midfielder in January. The youngster is under contract with Wolves till 2023 but City will do everything to land the youngster at Etihad in January.


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Real Madrid looking to reinforce their backline

According to Spanish newspaper AS, Real Madrid are rumoured of showing interest in signing Chelsea's star left-back, Marcos Alonso. The 27-year-old was part of Real Madrid's youth side from 2008 till 2010 with a one senior team appearance. After Super Cup's loss, Julen Lopetegui is rumoured to be very keen to strengthen their defence and has considered Alonso as his prime target.

Filipe Luis out?

The Spanish paper El Mundo reports that Atletico Madrid's full-back Filipe Luis is keen to consider a move out of Spain and is rumoured to have received a lucrative offer from French giants PSG. The 33-year-old is under contract till June 2019 and has rejected multiple offers to extend it.

David Moyes to the USA?

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes is heavily linked for taking the managerial role of USA national team. Moyes left West Ham this after steering them into another Premier League season by finishing 13th. David Sarachan was appointed as the interim manager of United States national side after sacking of Bruce Arena following his failure in securing a spot in World Cup 2018. 

Moyes's better understanding of game and experience with a number of sides has put him in pole position to take charge of United States national side.

Tianjin Quanjian interested in Rafa Benitez

New Castle boss Rafael Benitez is on the radar of many Chinese League's clubs with Tianjin Quanjian believed to be leading the race. The Spaniard is in the final year of his contract with Newcastle United and has rejected to extend it reports The Mirror. The 58-year-old is unhappy with the transfer policies of Magpies which fuels this rumour more and more.

Published: Sun Aug 19, 2018 04:22 PM IST

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