Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Real Madrid to offer €350 million for Neymar

Real Madrid are hoping to pry Neymar away from Paris Saint-Germain and are willing to offer €350 million (£307m/$411m) in order to land him this summer, reports the Sun.
The paper says Neymar has a stipulation in his contract that allows him to leave for €300m after September 1, but as that is after the transfer window, Madrid would have to wait until January for him to play.
Therefore the La Liga giants are willing to kick in the extra money in order to land him sooner.
However, there is uncertainty whether both Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo could co-exist with their massive wages.

Man Utd want Oblak if De Gea leaves

Manchester United are only willing to let David de Gea depart for Real Madrid if the club can secure the signing of Jan Oblak from Atletico Madrid, according to Diario Gol
De Gea wants a move to Madrid and hopes to have a good World Cup so that the Spanish side will be willing to meet United's asking price.

Alli & Eriksen to follow Kane's lead 

Dele Alli and Christian ­Eriksen are set to follow Harry Kane's lead in committing their futures to Tottenham, according to the Mirror
Kane signed a six-year deal with the club on Friday, with two of his key creators next in line for new deals with Spurs.

Fekir move stalls

Liverpool's move for Lyon star Nabil Fekir has stalled and may not be done before the World Cup, the Daily Mail reports
Lyon on Friday denied reports that a deal was done, casting doubts over the move, with reports also raising questions over the player's physical with the Reds.

West Ham in Toure talks

West Ham have opened talks with former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure regarding a move to the London Stadium as a free agent, claims the Daily Mail.
With the Ivorian now without a club, the Hammers have tabled a £220,000-a-week offer to the 35-year-old Premier League title winner.

Eintracht Frankfurt target Juventus striker 

Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt have made Alberto Cerri one of their top targets and are in negotiations with Juventus over the forward, Football Italia claims. 
The 22-year-old spent last season on loan in Serie B where he scored 19 goals with 12 assists in 37 competitive games for Perugia.

Perez turns to Dybala for Madrid

Harry Kane signing a new contract with Tottenham has forced Florentino Perez to turn his attention to Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, Don Balon claims. 
The Argentine was always a secondary option, but with Spurs having locked up their English star the Spanish giants are now scrambling to sign another forward.

Napoli closing in on Lainer

Napoli are nearing a deal for RB Salzburg winger Stefan Lainer, Football Italia reports. 
The versatile wide player can play from front to back down the right side and had 11 assists last season.

Crystal Palace eye Celtic's Armstrong

Crystal Palace are looking at a move for Celtic star Stuart Armstrong, according to the Express
The midfielder is going into the last year of his contract with the Scottish club and is stalling over a new deal.
Palace director of football Dougie Freedman is a fan of the 26-year-old and has him on a list of summer targets.

Abramovich rejects offer for Chelsea

Roman Abramovich has rejected an approach to buy Chelsea from Jim Ratcliffe, the Daily Mail reports. 
Despite the billionaire Ineos boss making an approach, Abramovich made it clear that he has no intention of selling the club. 

Inter looking to offload players for FFP

Inter Milan are looking to offload players in an attempt to meet their Financial Fair Play restrictions, according to Gianluca Di Marzio
Youngster Nicolo Zaniolo could be the next player sold, with Sassuolo close to landing the 18-year-old.

Messi gives ok to Alcacer departure

Lionel Messi has given the all clear for Barcelona to let Paco Alcacer leave the club this summer, Don Balon reports. 
The Argentine was consulted about letting the 24-year-old leave, but knows the move is best for both club and player.

Madrid to offer Ronaldo plus cash for Neymar

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is fed up with the situation around Cristiano Ronaldo and his apparent desire to leave the club, and is ready to cash in on the Portuguese in a deal for Neymar.
Don Balon reports that Perez is prepared to offer Ronaldo to Paris Saint-Germain in exchange for Neymar, plus a cash sum.
The Liga club reportedly see the Brazilian as the cornerstone of their new project, with Ronaldo apparently happy to sign for the Ligue 1 champions, despite his reported desire to re-sign for Manchester United.

Kane signs new Tottenham deal

Harry Kane has committed his long-term future to Tottenham by signing a new deal until 2024.
The Spurs striker had been linked with Real Madrid although now appears to have ended any speculation that he could leave the club by penning the new six-year contract.
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Juventus sign goalkeeper Perin

Juventus have announced the signing of Italy international Mattia Perin from Genoa for a fee of €12 million, rising to a possible €15m (£13.2m).
The 25-year-old goalkeeper, who started for Italy in Monday's 1-1 draw with the Netherlands, has signed a four-year contract at Juventus Stadium, where veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon departed at the end of the 2017-18 season.
The deal will see Juventus pay €12m over a three-year period, with an additional €3m payable if certain contractual conditions are met during that time.
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Man Utd target signs in China

Chinese Super League club Guangzhou Evergrande have confirmed the loan signing of Anderson Talisca from Benfica.
After spending the last two seasons on loan at Besiktas, he is set for another temporary move, this time to the CSL for the next six months.
Reports had linked the Brazilian with a permanent move to Manchester United this summer, with Jose Mourinho an admirer of his talents.
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Liverpool confirm Emre Can departure

Liverpool have announced Emre Can will not return to the club after they did not include him on their retained list on Friday.
Can’s contract runs out at the end of the month while Goal has confirmed he will join Juventus on a four-year deal.
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Fuchs wants MLS move

Leicester City defender Christian Fuchs has declared he would like to move to Major League Soccer when his contract expires.
In an exclusive interview with Goal, Fuchs said he wishes to be closer to his family, who live in New York, and that he wants to come to the United States before he gets too old.
Fuchs is not limiting himself to the New York teams, though he does not want to join a West Coast side due to travel concerns.
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Dybala wants Pogba reunion

Paulo Dybala is hoping reports linking Paul Pogba to a return to Serie A champion Juventus are true.
Pogba has endured an up and down season with Manchester United with some taking his clashes with Jose Mourinho as signs of a possible exit.
And Dybala would be thrilled if a Juventus return happened, telling TyC Sports: "Hearing that he is maybe coming back, I'm very happy, even more with the relationship I have with him. Now we could stop making video calls and we would go back to training together.”
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Conte rejects Real Madrid job

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has rejected an approach from Real Madrid, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
Though the Blues boss is unhappy with the Stamford Bridge outfit's pursuit of someone to replace him without sacking him first, he is reluctant to resign with a year left on his contract.
Taking over from Zinedine Zidane at the Santiago Bernabeu offered him a route out of west London, but Conte is unsure as to whether the current Madrid squad would be open to his intense coaching methods.

Lyon deny Fekir to Liverpool done

Lyon have moved to reject claims that Nabil Fekir is close to completing his long-protracted move to Liverpool.
Goal understands the Reds are confident of getting the deal done ahead of the World Cup in Russia as Jurgen Klopp looks to bolster his squad.
But the Ligue 1 outfit have moved to rebuff such reports, claiming no agreement between the two clubs has been reached.

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