Tuesday’s transfer gossip: Amrabat rejects Man Utd; Real Madrid and Mbappe strike an agreement

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

  • Florentino Perez, the president of Real Madrid, is willing to spend €180 million for Kylian Mbappe this summer but won’t act until the Frenchman officially declares his intention to leave Paris Saint-Germain. 
  • Jamal Musiala, a midfielder for Bayern Munich, is a big transfer target for the 2024 season, while Real Madrid is also interested in him. 
  • Neymar wants to go back to Barcelona and has asked to leave PSG this summer. Neymar’s rep team have met with Chelsea, whose co-owner Todd Boehly is well-known to be a huge fan of the Brazilian. 
  • Bayern Munich might make a fourth offer to try to persuade Tottenham to split ways with striker Harry Kane, despite claiming that their third offer was the final one.
  • Bernardo Silva has recognised that leaving Manchester City for Barcelona is unlikely and is on the verge of signing a contract extension. 
  • Sofyan Amrabat, a midfielder for Fiorentina, turned down the chance to play for Manchester United in favour of Atletico Madrid. 
  • Liverpool has been advised by Southampton that they won’t lower their £50 million asking price for midfielder Romeo Lavia after a recent £46 million offer was turned down. 
  • Monaco made a bid to Arsenal for striker Folarin Balogun, but Arsenal has rejected it.
  • Brennan Johnson, a Nottingham Forest forward, is the target of a move by Tottenham, and the club may use defenders Joe Rodon and Djed Spence as an influence in the negotiations. 
  • Barcelona is prepared to spend €30 million (£26 million) to get Girona right-back Arnau Martinez despite worries about the cost of acquiring Joao Cancelo
  • Mauricio Pochettino, the manager of Chelsea, anticipates the Blues to bring in Moises Caicedo, Tyler Adams, Dusan Vlahovic, and Michael Olise before the transfer window closes. 

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