What is the latest transfer news on Luka Jović, Paulo Dybala, Daniel James, Matthijs de Ligt and more? We look at the latest transfer updates from around the world and put them into one video so you can watch and move on with your life! Let us know if you want to see more transfer updates on the Squawka YouTube channel in the comments!
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Luka Jović is strongly considered to be on his way to Real Madrid, Sky Sports News have published that a €60 million move has been agreed. However Marca report that Eintracht Frankfurt are holding out for a €70 million fee for the Serbian. Either way it would seem that personal terms have been agreed and it’s now for the La Liga and Bundesliga clubs to work it out before the move is official.
Swansea winger Daniel James is interesting Manchester United according to reports last week but the Daily Mail have given an update that a transfer is only ‘minor details’ away from happening. Could the Welshman be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first signing of the summer transfer window?
Matthijs de Ligt and Ajax had a disappointing Champions League exit at the hands of Tottenham but could he be set for a move this summer to a giant club? Team-mate Frenkie de Jong has already signed for Barcelona and de Ligt would seem to be the next name heading out of the Dutch clubs doors. Could a Premier League club like Liverpool or Manchester United also be a potential destination?
We also look at rumours involving; Paulo Dybala, Samuel Umtiti, Wilfried Zaha, Gonzalo Higuain, Olivier Giroud, Mateo Kovacic, Antoine Griezmann, Alexandre Lacazette, Andre Gomes, Bobby Adekanye, Alexis Sanchez AND Granit Xhaka(!)
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Matthijs De Ligt:
BOOM! Gustavo Dybala, Paulo’s brother and agent: “Many chances Paulo will leave. Problem is that with Cristiano Ronaldo on the pitch nobody can anything. He felt good in Italy, now no more. Many Juve players are unhappy, won’t be the only one to leave”.
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) May 16, 2019
Higuain, Giroud, Kovacic: