Man City’s Bernardo Silva rejects Tottenham transfer in Harry Kane swap and more rumors
A rush on the transfer market could be triggered as early as January as Erling Haaland’s release clause is expected to be moved.
This is according to Marca via the Daily Mail, who says the £ 64million release clause was due to become active next summer, but it could be brought forward.
The 21-year-old is on the agenda of a multitude of top clubs across Europe and, with City yet to sign a replacement for Sergio Aguero, could be exactly what they are looking for.
Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona are all among the clubs with an interest in Borussia.
Elsewhere, Football Insider reports that Vincent Kompany’s Anderlecht side are working on a deal to sign Liam Delap’s loan.
The 18-year-old signed a five-year contract earlier this week and could now be on loan for the season to gain senior experience. Delap is highly rated within City’s setup and Anderlecht will face competition for his services, with Bournemouth and Stoke City also being awarded interest.
Manchester City are aiming big this summer when it comes to transfers as they aim to defend their league crown – and it could be a very exciting summer.
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Finally, The Daily Star says the Portugal international wants to leave the Etihad stadium but has refused to move to Tottenham as part of a partial swap deal to bring Harry Kane alongside Pep Guardiola.
Silva has been heavily linked with a move to Atletico Madrid, but that door appears to have been closed, leaving Milan ready to move.
However, a deal would not be straightforward as the Serie A side want to borrow the Portuguese star for two years at a cost of £ 15million – before paying a fee of £ 30million to make the move permanent.