Oddly enough, Arsenal aren’t keen on losing Bukayo Saka midway through a title-contending season, but there’s good news for Man United and Liverpool have another option…
Arsenal “RATHER CHILLY” at Saka Swap
Who would have expected Arsenal to be reluctant to sell Bukayo Saka in the midst of an unlikely title challenge, with the young winger scoring six goals and as many assists in the Premier League?
Carcho Mercato Claims ‘Max Allegri’s dream is called Bukayo Saka’, which is great, but if Arsenal approve Saka’s sale or refuse a new Arsenal deal to Juventus In fact, they are said to be “pretty callous” to the idea.
This all stems from the idea of Juventus selling Dusan Vlahovic just 12 months after signing him ahead of Arsenal.
Six goals in 10 games in Serie A this season is a decent return (a fifth less impressive in the Champions League), but he is currently injured and Juventus won in his absence. , and Moise Kean is finally active in front of the goal.
De Jong’s U-turn makes Barcelona ‘angry’
When Barcelona desperately tried to oust Frenkie de Jong to balance their books this summer, the Dutchman was against a move to Manchester United.
Now Barcelona want to keep him. He has started 10 times in La Liga this season. He reportedly wants to keep him and has told Eric ten Hag that he is ready to join United in the summer. Ironically, we suspect that wouldn’t be the case if United didn’t secure Champions League football.
Barcelona are said to be ‘angry’ over this U-turn as they face the possibility of signing two defensive midfielders this summer.
Liverpool draw line for Fernandes
“If there is something we can do in January which means the right players and the financial situation…we will do it, but if not, we won’t do it,” said Jürgen Klopp, while Fabrizio Romano added: rice field. Enzo Fernandez does not pay his €120 million clause.
Fernandes will go to Chelsea instead. But – as demonstrated on Sunday – Chelsea and Potter have problems far beyond the brilliance of Enzo Fernandes and Mihailo Madrik.
Liverpool could instead turn to Morocco World Cup star Sofiane Amrabat. Jürgen Klopp has, according to Italian reports, “imposed” a transfer worth around £44m on the club, Tottenham, where he joined Hotspur and his La Liga trio Sevilla, Barcelona and Atlético Madrid.