Sunday’s Transfer Soccer News: Asensio, Torres, Anderson, Martinez, Bellingham, Pochettino

Transfer Soccer News


  • Aston Villa open the race on Real Madrid midfielder Marco Asensio, and Barcelona’s Spain forward Ferran Torres.


  • Arsenal are looking at RB Leipzig defender Mohamed Simakan, with the Londoners keen to improve their defensive options for next season.


  • James Anderson is unlikely to play any further part in Lancashire’s clash with Somerset because of a groin injury sustained when bowling in the match.
  • Lisandro Martinez is in line for a hefty pay rise this summer – as soon as Manchester United‘s ownership saga is finally resolved.


  • Mauricio Pochettino is getting ready to arrive at Chelsea with Lautaro Martinez, Declan Rice, Alexis Mac Allister and Emi Martinez all targets.
  • Manchester City are close to completing a deal to sign England Under-16s goalkeeper Spike Brits, 15, from AFC Wimbledon.


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  • Jude Bellingham reportedly rejected a move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City as he did not want to join a ‘plastic club’.
  • Liverpool are ready to end the race for World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister with a £70m deal for the Brighton and Argentina midfielder.
  • Cristophe Galtier not assured of starting next season as Paris Saint-Germain manager, the Mail suggests that Joe Mourinho could be tempted.


  • Sheikh Jassim remains in the race to buy Manchester United, despite Sir Jim Ratcliffe appearing to be in pole position.
  • Arsenal are set to face significant competition from Manchester United this summer in the race to prise Declan Rice away from West Ham.


  • Ferland Mendy has been told that he can leave Real Madrid in the summer transfer window, with Mikel Arteta‘s Arsenal eyeing a move in a bid to add to their squad depth.
  • Everton would be willing to accept £50m this summer for Belgium midfielder Amadou Onana if they are relegated from the Premier League.

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