Monday’s transfer gossip: Bernardo Silva, Mbappe, Salah, Caicedo, Solanke, De Bruyne, Cancelo

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5Times brings you the latest gossip on football transfers today from around the globe…

  • Al-Ittihad, a Saudi Arabian Pro League team, is willing to pay Mohamed Salah, 31, 180 million euros (£155 million) over two years and will make Liverpool an offer of 60 million euros (£51.8 million) for him. 
  • More well-known Premier League players are being sought after by the Saudi Pro League, including 32-year-old Belgian playmaker Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne.
  • Joao Cancelo, 29, and Bernardo Silva, 28, have both been offered a combined loan by Barcelona to Manchester City, with the duo possibly being bought by the Spanish giants next summer. 
  • As the Gunners’ backup American goalkeeper Matt Turner, 29, is about to sign with Nottingham Forest, Arsenal’s efforts to sign Brentford and Spain goalkeeper David Raya, 27, are in their “final stage.” 
  • Kasper Schmeichel, a 36-year-old goalkeeper from Nice, is being courted by Nottingham Forest.
  • Kylian Mbappe would be willing to spend a season on loan in the Premier League before completing his dream transfer to Real Madrid. 
  • Following the 21-year-old Ecuadorian’s exclusion from the Brighton squad for their friendly match against Rayo Vallecano, Chelsea are prepared to increase their offer for Moises Caicedo of Brighton. 
  • Jorginho, a 31-year-old midfielder for Arsenal, is reportedly troubled in north London and is attracting interest from Fenerbahce in Turkey.
  • West Ham has made a proposal to Bournemouth over their 25-year-old English forward Dominic Solanke
  • Burnley has raised their bid for 20-year-old Spanish left-back Alvaro Fernandez of Manchester United to £12 million and is also interested in signing Aston Villa midfielder Aaron Ramseyon loan.
  • Gaetano Castrovilli, a midfielder for Fiorentina, failed a physical checkup, ending Bournemouth’s £12 million pursuit of the 26-year-old Italian.

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