Welcome to Concise News round-up of top transfer market stories as many European football clubs start to boost their squads ahead of next season.
Manchester United have indicated interest in luring Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko to the Old Trafford this summer. United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs the defender as he looks to rebuild the team. Solskjaer has already signed Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka this transfer but is keen on adding Bakayoko, a loanee at AC Milan last campaign, to his side. According to RMC Sport, the former European champions have contacted Chelsea for the 24-year-old.
Real Madrid have revealed that goalkeeper Luca, son to manager Zinedine Zidane, has parted the club to join second-division Racing Santander on a year loan. Concise News learned that manager Zidane had coached the 21-year-old alongside his brother, Enzo, which the duo are a product of the club’s youth system.
Arsenal have confirmed the signing of teenage defender Jason Sraha from their Premier League rivals Chelsea, Concise News understands. Sraha is part of the 12 first-year scholars unveiled by the Gunners on Monday. “Jason recently joined us from Chelsea. He is a left-footed centre back with a calm and composed attitude in and out of possession,” the club disclosed this in a statement.
Tottenham star Christian Eriksen is warming up to rejoin his teammates by the end of the week for pre-season training despite making known his intention to leave the club more than a month ago. Eriksen announced in early June that he wanted a new challenge elsewhere this summer. The midfielder has been linked with Real Madrid and Juventus. However, Spurs are yet to receive any official offers for Eriksen and he must re-focus on getting fit for the new season with the club.
And that is our compilation of top transfer market stories. Be assured that you can get updates on Concise News. See you again soon.