The coronavirus pandemic has made the summer transfer window uncertain, but here are the new rumours floating around Europe’s big leagues and beyond.
De Ligt open to Barcelona switch
De Ligt has long since been viewed as a target for the kings of Spanish football, but now, he’s more open to the idea of a switch to the Nou Camp than he has been in the past.
Alas, with Juve paying around €85 million to acquire his services last summer, the Old Lady will not be giving up on him that easily.
If Barca want to make this deal happen, they need to make it worth Juventus’ time.
Barcelona go after Onana
The former Barca star will not be playing out the remainder of the season with the Dutch giants after it was revealed that the Eredivisie will be voided following the coronavirus pandemic.
The belief is that Barcelona’s ideal candidate when it comes to bringing in a new keeper is their former Cameroonian youth prospect.
Now, it’s said that Onana will wait until the next transfer window before officially committing to Barca.
Donnarumma to stay at AC Milan?
The 21-year-old, who has been with Milan since the age of 14 back in 2013, has been weighing up his options over the course of the last few weeks.
The main target in the race to secure his signature has been Chelsea, but now that they’re set to stay with what they’ve got, Donnarumma has reconsidered what he wants to do.
With his contract being set to expire next summer, his primary wish is that he doesn’t have to take a pay cut.
– Newcastle United have made contact with Napoli regarding a sensational move for Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly, Foot Mercato reports. The Magpies, who are on the verge of a huge takeover, are willing to make a substantial offer in order to get a deal over the finish line — with Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis being willing to sell for around £70m.
– According to a report from Calciomercato, Franck Kessie looks set to stay with AC Milan. The midfielder’s future has been up in the air for quite some time now, but at this moment in time, his agent has stated that his tenure at the club is being viewed as a project under development — and therefore, it seems likely that he’ll remain at the San Siro.