Barcelona, ​​Arsenal hover around Ravenha while Leeds hold out for £75m

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Important story: Barcelona, ​​Arsenal is all about Ravenha

There has been a lot of speculation about the future of the Leeds United winger RavenhaAnd the Fabrizio Romano Offer some ideas of how things are going.

The journalist says that Barcelona has agreed to personal terms with the Brazilian international, but so far has not agreed on fees with Leeds.

He adds that Arsenal are in direct negotiations with Leeds after having had an interest in the 25-year-old since March.

You’ve already brought in the artillery Fabio VieiraAnd the Matt Turner And the Marquinhos In a period that has been very busy for them, and this report indicates that they are not about to slow down in the transfer window.

London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are said to have also been in contact with Leeds about a possible move.

Had the Yorkshire club been relegated from the Premier League, they would have been in a poor position to get a big fee for Raven, but they are now asking as much as £75m after beating Brentford on the final day to finish above Burnley and dodge. Droplet.

Ravenha has been instrumental in Leeds’ survival in the Premier League, providing 11 goals and three assists from 35 league games during the season.

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09.18 GMT: Diego Godin He is set to join Argentine club Velez Sarsfield as a free agent following the departure of Brazilian club Atlético Mineiro.

The Uruguay centre-back, who is expected to retire from international service after the 2022 World Cup, has terminated his contract with Mineiro by mutual consent.

The former Atletico Madrid star is scheduled to travel to Buenos Aires in the coming days to sign a contract with Velez.

Godin, 36, Posted in Instagram posR: “I leave feeling satisfied that I have always done my best at all times, with a lot of professionalism, and have respect for all those people I will never forget.”

08.42 GMT: Antonio Rudiger He said, “It’s real [Madrid] Or nothing” when he decided to leave Chelsea to face a new challenge this summer, despite Barcelona’s interest in La Liga.

President Florentino Perez Rudiger, 29, presented at Madrid’s training ground Monday, signing a four-year contract with the club before posing with his new No. 22 shirt and receiving questions from the media.

ESPN reported in March that Rudiger’s agent and brother Sahar Senesi met with Barcelona executives to discuss a potential transfer deal, before the player agreed a deal with Madrid a month later.

“Yes, there was interest from Barcelona,” Rudiger said at a press conference on Monday. “But I told my brother it was real or nothing.”

08.00 GMT: Raheem Sterling Interested in a move to Chelsea after new owner Todd Boley made the striker his favorite summer transfer target, sources have told ESPN’s Rob Dawson.

Sterling has entered the final year of his contract at Manchester City keeping his options open before deciding on his next move. Sources told ESPN that Chelsea have emerged as a serious contender to sign the 27-year-old, who has already been impressed by Boehly’s ambition after their takeover of Stamford Bridge.

City would prefer a £ fee this summer rather than letting him leave for free in 12 months and the former Liverpool winger is estimated to be worth between £50-60m. Sterling, who is keen to test himself in Europe’s top five leagues, is also attracting interest from Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.

According to sources, Sterling is well aware that his next contract will be the most important of his career, and his reluctance to sign a new deal at the Etihad Stadium has focused on doubts over whether he is pivotal in Pep Guardiola’s plans for the future.

Paper Gossip (by Danny Lewis)

Sky Sports Deutschland It was reported that Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic traveled to Mallorca to persuade Robert Lewandowski To remain at the club, although this appears to have done little to change the opinion of the Polish international. The striker still wants to leave Bayern Munich, with Barcelona set to improve on their previous offer of €32m.

Fabrizio Romano He denied reports that Liverpool were working on an agreement Georginio Wijnaldum Return from Paris Saint-Germain. He insists the Reds’ priority is to extend Naby Keita‘s Instead, with conversations coming soon.

foot mercato Provide insight into new sporting director Lucas Campos’ vision for Paris Saint-Germain, starting with Christophe Galtier taking over as coach. He also wants to bring Inter Milan Skriniarnight Renato SanchezBayern Munich Lewandowski And Sassuolo Gianluca Scamaca. Mauro IcardiAnd the Julian DraxlerAnd the Thelo KahrerAnd the Levin KurzawaAnd the Ander HerreraAnd the Danilo Pereira And the Wijnaldum They were all considered “junk”, while Neymar He can also leave.

Manchester United have made initial contact with Christian Eriksen Before a potential move, according to Sky Sports, with the expiration of Dane’s Brentford contract. Erik ten Hag loves the midfielder, and it will ultimately be Eriksen’s decision on E’s move to Old Trafford.

– Borussia Dortmund offers a club-record offer to Ajax Amsterdam for the Ivory Coast international Sebastian Halleras mentioned before Sky Sports Deutschland, who added that it could be worth 35 million euros, taking into account the additions. He is their first choice to replace him Erling Haaland After the Norwegian moved to Manchester City, although they could move to Stuttgart Sasa Calajditch And Bayer Leverkusen Lucas Alario If Ajax can not be tempted to sell.

West Ham United are preparing to make a bid for Chelsea in the region of 30 million pounds Armando Brugawho was loaned to Southampton last season, according to Sky Sports. The Hammers have named the Albanian international as their top scorer this summer and intend to make a move despite doubts over the future of Chelsea manager Marina Granovskaya.