Transfer News LIVE updates: The latest gossip and rumours from across Europe
- Liverpool have identified a replacement for Daniel Sturridge – and he won’t cost them a penny
- Manchester United are struggling to get David de Gea to sign a new deal – with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stepping in to help out Ed Woodward
- Chelsea identify the two key areas they want to strengthen… if they can get their transfer ban overturned
- Spanish expert Guillem Balague issues an update on Arsenal‘s Lacazette and Aubameyang amid links to Barcelona and Real Madrid
Liverpool deal snub
Julian Brandt will SNUB a move to Liverpool this summer – because he knows he wouldn’t get a game.
The German attacker has been an on-off target for the Reds in recent years.
But a swoop for the Bayer Leverkusen man is yet to come off and it appears it won’t this summer either.
The BBC say he wants to know he’d get a regular game at Anfield and with Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane shoo-ins for starts, Brandt wouldn’t be interested in playing second-fiddle.
Liverpool identify Daniel Sturridge replacement
Liverpool have decided who will replace Daniel Sturridge in attack – and it won’t cost the club a penny.
Sturridge is set to leave after tumbling down the pecking order at Anfield.
But Jurgen Klopp is prepared to promote youngster Rhian Brewster rather than draft in a new player.
Solskjaer steps in to help out De Gea negotiations
Manchester United are struggling to convince David de Gea to stay at the club – and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stepped in to help out.
The Daily Record claim Solskjaer has tried to help along talks after Ed Woodward failed to make any progress.
De Gea has a year left on his contract and could be sold this summer to protect his value.
Arsenal duo set to stay amid Spanish interest
Arsenal fans get rest easy over the futures of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette at the club.
That’s after Guillem Balague talked down potential moves to Real Madrid and Barcelona.
“Neither of them is seriously wanted by either club,” he said on his YouTube channel.
“They are both top players of course, but they aren’t chasing either of them.
“So Arsenal will have their top strikers for another season at least.”
Chelsea eye two key positions
Chelsea have made landing a new winger and striker their top priorities.
The BBC report those are the areas the club are looking to spend in – should they get their transfer ban overturned.