Arsenal may get an opportunity to sign Philippe Coutinho, while Mason Greenwood is set to be rewarded by Manchester United.
Coutinho is expected to leave Barcelona permanently this close season after a loan spell at Bayern Munich.
A stunning swap deal could see the playmaker end up at Emirates Stadium.
TOP STORY – BARCELONA OFFER ARSENAL COUTINHO FOR GUENDOUZI
Barcelona are in talks to send Coutinho to Arsenal in exchange for Matteo Guendouzi, according to Foot Mercato.
Coutinho has struggled to have an impact at Barca, while Guendouzi seems set for an Arsenal exit.
Former Liverpool star Coutinho has been heavily linked with a return to the Premier League.
Le Barça et Arsenal négocient un chassé-croisé Guendouzi-Coutinho !https://t.co/t43sdu6ShE
— Foot Mercato (@footmercato) July 18, 2020
– Greenwood is set to be rewarded for his breakthrough season at Old Trafford. The Mirror reports the forward, who has scored 16 goals this campaign, is set to be offered a new deal to double his wages at Manchester United.
– Ajax defender Nicolas Tagliafico has been linked with a move away. Goal reports Atletico Madrid have joined the race for the Argentina international, who is also said to be a target for Chelsea.
Is Nicolas Tagliafico on his way to Atletico Madrid?
Chelsea also have an eye on the Ajax left-back, but he’s not their first choice
— Goal News (@GoalNews) July 18, 2020
– Manchester City could be set to sign a Brazilian teenager. According to the Daily Mail, City are in talks with Gremio over a £4.5million (€5m) deal for midfielder Diego Rosa.
– Compared to Cristiano Ronaldo, Joelson Fernandes is linked with several European heavyweights. A Bola reports Arsenal are leading the race for the Sporting CP forward, with Barcelona and Juventus also said to be interested.
– West Ham are preparing to make changes. The Sun reports they are open to offers for Manuel Lanzini and Fabian Balbuena ahead of next season.
– Amid apparent interest from the Bundesliga, Timothy Fosu-Mensah is set to be given a chance to earn a new contract at Manchester United, according to The Sun.
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