Newcastle are considering whether to spend big on the ‘ideal’ Alexander Isak – Paper Talk | News about Transfer Center
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Newcastle United’s hierarchy has agreed that Alexander Isak would be an ideal signing to boost their attack but would need to spend almost all of their remaining transfer budget to sign him. Swedish players.
Chelsea have made a move to sign Kalidou Koulibaly and can still try to add Presnel Kimpbembe to Thomas Tuchel’s defensive options.
Some players face being forced into coronavirus quarantine upon arrival at this year’s World Cup for refusing to get vaccinated.
Steve Cooper is close to a seventh signing of the summer with Nottingham Forest with the capture of Lewis O’Brien, the Huddersfield midfielder, worth £10m.
Chelsea star Jorginho has doubts about his future, despite expressing his love for the club.
Antonio Conte hinted Tottenham are willing to spend as they strive to battle on four fronts this season.
Reports suggest Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo was offered a move to Paris Saint-Germain but they turned him down.
Arsenal and Manchester United are said to be interested in the transfer of Kyle Walker-Peters.
Raphinha is close to getting the transfer he wants from Leeds to Barcelona after the Catalan club submitted an offer of €58m (£49m) that could rise to €68m with add-ons.
Raheem Sterling is leaving to join his new Chelsea teammates as Thomas Tuchel raises the price of Kalidou Koulibaly.
Jose Mourinho has admitted he is “a bit frustrated” with Roma’s inactivity during the summer transfer window.
Rangers new signing Rabbi Matondo has revealed Aaron Ramsey and Jermain Defoe were among the big names that sold him upon moving to Ibrox.
Lucas Paqueta is yet to hold any talks with Arsenal but would be open to a move to the Premier League.
Newcastle United are said to have included Espanyol striker Raul de Tomas on their striker shortlist.
Motherwell has offered a new deal to Kevin van Veen to attract interest from the Netherlands.