Champions League winners Real Madrid are prepared to sell highly rated midfilder, according to Spanish newspaper AS.
According to reports, Los Blancos are ready to put Spanish international Isco on the market to generate funds to make other transfer, after the board hierarchy decided that players will have to leave before any new ones will come in.
The news will come as a major boost for Premier League sides including Arsenal, who were interested in signing the 24-year-old last summer.
However, it is believed that Real want a sizeable fee before they will let him leave the club, and that amount will fall anywhere between Manchester City’s new signing Leroy Sane’s fee of €50 million and alleged agreed fee between Manchester United and Juventus for Paul Pogba, which is worth €120 million.
PSG wants Sissoko to replace Matuidi
French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) are interested in signing Newcastle United’s midfielder Moussa Sissoko, the Daily Mirror reported.
With Juventus looking set to lose Paul Pogba to Manchester United, the Turin based club is reportedly eyeing PSG’s Blaise Matuidi to replace the 23-year-old.
Therefore, incase Matuidi ends up leaving PSG, the French champions have identified national team-mate Sissoko as a potential replacement.
But the Paris-based club is not willing to pay £35 million set by Newcastle for the 26-year-old, who is reportedly desperate to leave St James’ Park before August 31.
Wolfsburg fines Arsenal target
German Bundesliga club Wolfsburg handed a fine of around £85,000 to Julian Draxler for his comments earlier this week, according to Bild.
The Germany international earlier gave an explosive interview to the same newspaper a week ago, where he claimed that he informed that club that he wants to leave this season, and that he’d been lied to by the club about being allowed to leave.
The 22-year-old is linked with Premier League giants Arsenal, but it was reported earlier that London-based club will have to pay £50 million to acquire the services of the highly rated winger.
West Ham agree fee for Swansea’s Ayew
Premier League club West Ham United have agreed a fee of about £20 million to sign Ghana striker Andre Ayew from Swansea City, according to BBC Sports.
The 26-year-old, who joined the Welsh club in the summer of 2015 on a free transfer, finished his first season with the club as the top scorer with 12 goals.
It is believed that the former Marseille attacker is now finalising personal terms with the Hammers.
With strikers Alberto Paloschi, Eder and Bafetimbi Gomis having already left the club, Ayew will become the fourth attacking player to leave the Liberty Stadium this season.