Tuesday’s Soccer Transfer News: Caicedo, Rodgers, Zaha, Kante, Tielemans, Dahoud, Muani

Soccer Transfer News


  • Chelsea have turn their attention to rivalry Arsenal on Brighton’s Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo, 21, after missing out on Ugarte.


  • Brendan Rodgers is expected to take time away from football before planning his next move, putting a potential return to Parkhead in jeopardy.


  • Atletico Madrid are looking to tempt Wilfried Zaha away from Crystal Palace as the forward ponders his options this summer.
  • N’Golo Kante remains open to staying at Chelsea but the France midfielder, 32, is yet to agree on a new deal and Saudi clubs Al Ittihad and Al Nassr are interested in signing him this summer.


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  • Aston Villa have joined the race to sign Youri Tielemans, one of several out-of-contract players leaving Leicester City.
  • Brighton are set to announce the arrival of Germany midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud, 27, from Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer.
  • Newcastle United have been informed that England midfielder Kalvin Phillips, 27, intends to stay at Manchester City.


  • Barca have tried to persuade Gundogan by extending their contract offer to three years with reduced wages, while Arsenal have offered a two-year deal and a lucrative proposal is also expected from a Saudi club.


  • Eintracht Frankfurt’s Randal Kolo Muani and Benfica’s Goncalo Ramos have emerged on the list of centre forward options for Manchester United, who have been told by Spurs that Harry Kane is not for sale.


  • Manchester United are extending their search for a striker beyond Harry Kane with a deal for the Tottenham forward looking increasingly unlikely this summer.
  • Liverpool would be willing to pay Barcelona 35m euros (£30m) to sign Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie, 26.

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