Tuesday’s Transfer Updates: Olise, Yoro, Maresca, Hojbjerg, Zirkzee

Transfer Updates


Chelsea have reportedly agreed to personal terms with Michael Olise, who has a £60m release clause, and they are now negotiating with Crystal Palace over the payment schedule to meet that clause.


Reports suggest that Manchester United are interested in signing Lille star Leny Yoro, but he prefers a move to Real Madrid.


Leicester have identified Graham Potter, former manager of Brighton and Chelsea, as a potential successor to Enzo Maresca, but they are also considering other candidates such as Steve Cooper.


Manchester United have received a boost in their pursuit of Benfica and Portugal midfielder Joao Neves, 19, who has rejected a contract offer from the Portuguese club.


Bayern Munich are looking to sign Chelsea defender Levi Colwill, with reports indicating that initial talks have taken place and that Bayern has a long-standing interest in the 21-year-old.


Manchester United have not yet decided on Erik ten Hag’s future, with Mauricio Pochettino and Thomas Tuchel no longer in the running as replacements, according to report.


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Atletico Madrid have rekindled their interest in signing Tottenham midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.


Rangers defender Ridvan Yilmaz could be on his way out of Ibrox this summer.


Arsenal and Manchester United are among the clubs interested in signing Joshua Zirkzee from Bologna this summer.


Manchester United and Tottenham are set to battle it out for Crystal Palace and England winger Eberechi Eze.


West Ham are among the clubs who are interested in signing Argentina defender Nehuen Perez, from Udinese.


Wojciech Szczesny, previously linked with a shock return to Arsenal, is now expected to join Al-Nassr on a two-year deal worth nearly €20m annually, a report claim.


Manchester United are confident that Tom Heaton and Jonny Evans will sign new short-term deals, as they are likely to remain at the club next season.

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