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TRANSFER RUMOURS: Chelsea to offer Pulisic for Osimhen, as PSG eye Olise

May 9, 2023

Sporting Tribune rounds up the latest transfer rumours and gossip around world football

  • Lionel Messi is set to decide his future club once Paris Saint-Germain’s season concludes on June 3. Barcelona and Al Hilal have shown interest in acquiring the Argentine’s services. (Source: Mundo Deportivo)
  • Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise is being monitored by PSG as a potential replacement for Messi, while Arsenal is also keeping a close eye on the young French winger. (Source: Daily Mail)
  • Liverpool is in ongoing negotiations with Brighton for the signing of Alexis Mac Allister, and they also have their sights set on West Ham captain Declan Rice. (Source: Rudy Galetti)
  • Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham, who was a midfield target for Liverpool, is expected to reject a lucrative contract extension as rumors of a move to Real Madrid circulate. (Source: BILD)

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  • Manchester United has not provided assurances to David de Gea regarding his position as the starting goalkeeper for the upcoming season, as contract talks reach a conclusion. The club has been linked with several other goalkeepers. (Source: Daily Telegraph)
  • Barcelona is willing to sell Raphinha this summer but will demand €80 million from interested clubs. Chelsea and Newcastle have shown interest in the Brazilian star. (Source: Sport)
  • Chelsea may consider using Christian Pulisic in a potential deal to sign Napoli’s star striker, Victor Osimhen. (Source: Daily Mail)
  • Liverpool is unlikely to secure the signing of Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka on a free transfer, as he is expected to join the newly crowned Italian champions, Napoli. (Source: GiveMeSport)
  • Tottenham has expressed interest in acquiring Sheffield United forward Iliman Ndiaye, the Senegalese international who notably scored the goal that eliminated Spurs from this season’s FA Cup. (Source: Daily Mail).
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