Welcome to the roundup of the latest transfer news for today, Thursday, 2nd, June 2022.
Spanish Midfielder, Mata To Leave Man Utd
Former Chelsea midfielder, Juan Mata is set to leave Manchester United following the expiration of his contract at the club.
Mata who joined the Red Devils from Chelsea in January 2014, joins Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard whose Man United exits have been confirmed.
Leeds ‘Agree Terms’ With Defender
According to The Telegraph, English Premier League side, Leeds has agreed on terms with Red Bull Salzburg right-back, Rasmus Kristensen.
Manager Jesse Marsch worked with the defender, 24, during his time at the Austrian club.
Dybala Hopes To Join Premier League Side
Argentina striker, Paulo Dybala is interested in a move to the Premier League or La Liga.
The 28-year-old will become a free agent later this month when his Juventus deal expires.
The Turin club have informed Dybala his contract will not be renewed, leaving the likes of Arsenal, Roma, Tottenham and Inter Milan to seal a deal with the striker.
Real Madrid Interested In Bellingham
According to German outlet Sport Bild, La Liga champions, Real Madrid will attempt to sign Jude Bellingham in 2023.
The 18-year-old is not expected to leave Borussia Dortmund this summer.
Man Utd Wants De Jong After Pogba Exit
Manchester United have opened talks with Barcelona to sign Frenkie de Jong, according to The Sun.
It’s believed United are plotting a £50million bid for De Jong, who played under new manager Erik ten Hag at Ajax.
Suarez Meets Gerrard Over Possible Move To Aston Villa
Luis Suarez continues to be in contact with Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard regarding a possible move to Aston Villa this summer.
The Athletic understands that the pair have been in discussions since January with the forward a free agent having left Atletico Madrid.
It Reds Eye Pedro As Mane Replacement
Liverpool has identified Watford’s Joao Pedro as a possible replacement for Sadio Mane, who could leave Anfield this summer, as per the Daily Mail.
The Hornets have just been relegated but Pedro was a rare bright spark and is set for a move elsewhere.
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