Manchester United sur la piste Moussa Dembele … La Juventus négocie avec le PSG pour Paredes … Suivez le live avec nous

Manchester United sur la piste Moussa Dembele … La Juventus négocie avec le PSG pour Paredes … Suivez le live avec nous


1:30 p.m .: Notice to all Barcelona fans, little stat sheet produced by our partner SofaScore on Bernardo Silva’s last season to whet your appetite.

Bernardo Silva SofaScore Profile

1:05 p.m .: Sergio Gomez announced this Tuesday by Manchester City.

The former Anderlecht defender arrives for an amount of around 10 million euros according to the English media, the Spaniard arrives as a back-up for Joao Cancelo as the right-back.

12:50 p.m .: PSG have reached an agreement with West Ham for the transfer of Kehrer.

An agreement between PSG and the Hammers for the transfer of the German international was reached on Tuesday, he should undergo his medical examination this week. Not in Christophe Galtier’s plans, the central defender has been on the sidelines since returning from the tour in Japan, a departure seems to be the only hope of getting playing time ahead of the 2022 World Cup for the German international .

12:25 p.m .: We were all waiting for it, the famous Manchester United panic buy in attack and the lucky winner is none other than Moussa Dembele.

With Ronaldo likely to leave, Ten Hag is desperate to sign a new striker and Manchester United bosses are still in contact with Dembele’s agent. The Red Devils already had their eye on the Les Gones striker before the start of the summer transfer window, a reinforcement that does not look like much but could do good when you see the state of the Mancunian attack.

12 p.m.: “Manchester United has become a cemetery for players” draws a chilling observation on the last ten years of the Red Devils, in particular the repeated failures of the transfer window.

“75% of the players who arrived did not give anything. 20% are orange. Only 4 or 5% gave something”

11:37 a.m .: Some additional information on the PenaltyGate which divides the ranks of PSG.

We understand through this tweet quoting the team’s journalist, Saber Desfarges, that Kylian Mbappe is not satisfied with the current PSG transfer window. Could a small departure from Neymar appease King Kylian?

11:28 a.m .: PSG player Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe will join Frankfurt in the next few hours.

11:16 am: One more setback for Samuel Umtiti.

On the list of undesirables, threatened by his club, Samuel Umtiti has still not found a way out just two weeks from the end of the transfer window. His physical condition being the big black spot in the file, several clubs asked the former Lyonnais to do a test to check his physical condition, a request refused by Barça who took it as a lack of respect. It is recalled that if Samuel Umtiti does not leave Barça before the end of the transfer window, his contract will be terminated.

11:05 am: Leicester is very greedy (too much perhaps?) for Wesley Fofana.

The Foxes want to break a record for the transfer of the very promising 21-year-old French defender. Under contract until 2027, Fofana wants to leave the club and join Chelsea, who have been courting the player for more than a month. The only downside is that the Foxes are awaiting an offer of more than 95 million for the central defender, an amount which would exceed the record transfer of Harry Maguire to Manchester United. We obviously wish him more success than the English giant in his future club.

10:45 am: Tanguy Ndombele finds a way out at Napoli.

After an average half-season with OL, the Spurs midfielder will go on loan with Napoli, which will cover the majority of his salary. The purchase option amounts to 30 million, Ndombele replaces Fabian Ruiz leaving for PSG.

10:37 am: Sevilla FC is looking for a replacement in Koundé.

Tanguy Kouassi is coveted by the Andalusians to replace Jules Koundé, who left for FC Barcelona this summer. Discussions with Bayern Munich are already well advanced and a deal could be concluded within the week according to Fabrizio Romano. The former Parisian is looking for playing time after a complicated season at Bayern, only 17 league appearances including 6 starts.

10:28 a.m .: As announced last week, Manchester City right-back Issa Kaboré will join OM in the form of a loan with an option to buy.

With an experience in Ligue 1 with Troyes, the Burkinabe international arrives as the understudy of Jonathan Clauss.

10:20 am: Barcelona will have to take out the checkbook (again) for Bernardo Silva.

Bernardo Silva will not be sold off by Manchester City. It is indeed 100 million euros that the Blaugranas will have to pay to secure the services of the 28-year-old Portuguese midfielder. It is hard to imagine Barça taking out such a sum after having had so much trouble registering its recruits for the first La Liga match, perhaps a new financial pirouette of which they have had the secret since the start of the transfer window, who knows?

10:10 am: According to Foot Mercato, Gaëtan Laborde is very courted abroad.

The Rennais striker is popular in France and abroad, courted by Newcastle, Sevilla and more recently by LOSC, the Frenchman, author of a good season with 17 goals and 8 assists, could be seduced by a departure this summer.

10:05 a.m .: We start this day with the little open war between the players and the Mancunian management. Led by general Cristiano Ronaldo, the Red Devils players are asking management for more recruits after a harmless transfer window from Manchester United. The Glazers are also put under pressure by the supporters who were already asking for their departure, after the humiliation suffered against Brentford, we imagine that the supporters will demonstrate even more vehemently against the two owners.

Hello France, and not just any France (and also the Minutos and Minutas who read us all over the globe), we left for a great transfer day. We will try to tell you everything, and not miss anything. Well, of course, the supporters of the AS Saint Junien club in New Aquitaine forgive us, for example, but there are certain clubs that we will forget a little.

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