The coronavirus pandemic has made the summer transfer window uncertain, but here are the rumours floating around Europe’s big leagues and beyond.
Man City move possible for Sancho
Despite being criticised after leaving Pep Guardiola’s side in 2017, the 20-year-old is said to have told friends that he would reconsider joining back up with them rather than remaining in the Bundesliga for another season.
The interest has reportedly sparked a desire for Sancho to return home, and Man City might be best placed of all to convince Dortmund to part with their ace.
PSG prepare move for Haaland
Haaland moved to Germany from Salzburg only in January but, following 14 goals in 15 appearances, the Parisian outfit are already looking to bring him to the Parc des Princes.
Inter front-runners for Semedo despite difficulties
They had previously been looking to strike deals with Juventus and Manchester City, but neither of these now seems viable. That is because the Italians won’t meet his demands and City aren’t interested in swapping Joao Cancelo for him.
PSG identify Kurzawa upgrades
Kurzawa has managed only nine Ligue 1 starts this campaign, and will therefore be allowed to leave for free when his contract comes to an end.
There is a chance that the Parisians could face competition from Chelsea if Frank Lampard’s side miss out on Ben Chilwell, but PSG’s eyes are firmly set on the Porto and Ajax men to fill the void at left-back.
The 25-year-old has also received attention from Marseille, though they have been slow in moving for him, which could impact the move. It is also seen as a possibility that he could be drawn in by a move to Qatar.
– Inter Milan will do all they can to keep hold of 17-year-old forward Sebastiano Esposito, according to Calciomercato. The teenager has made 12 appearances across all competitions for Antonio Conte’s side this season, and is said to be targeted by various clubs, including Parma, Atalanta and Fiorentina.
– Adil Aouchiche could be set to join Saint-Etienne upon the culmination of his contract with PSG, as reported by Foot Mercato. The teenager is highly regarded, but it is understood that the French giants will let him leave, with the side in green set to be his next club.