Arsenal in talks for £27million midfielder, Man United give transfer budget update and Liverpool facing payouts after title win


Amid rumors that Matteo Guendouzi is set to leave the Emirates stadium after just three years in North London, it seems that the Gunners have already identified his replacement.

Arsenal are in advanced negotiations with Red Bull Salzburg to secure the signing of midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, reports Football.London via French journalist Manu Lonjon.

The Gunners have expedited their interest in the 19-year-old after reports claimed that Matteo Guendouzi has asked the club to let him leave this summer.

Guendouzi has been attracting interest from the likes of Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Real Madrid as doubts over his future at the Emirates stadium continue to grow.

While the Gunners might have identified Szoboszlai as his potential replacement, they are facing competition from PSG and AC Milan for the teenager. The French journalist who broke this news claim that both Milan and Arsenal are in advanced negotiations with the player’s entourage.

Arsenal in talks for £27million midfielder
The 19-year-old is also attracting interest from PSG and AC Milan (Image Copyright: imago images / Eibner Europe)

Top News 2: Man United give update on transfer budget

Man United give update on transfer budget
The England international is on the transfer radar of the Red Devils (Image copyright: imago images / Kirchner-Media xKirchner-Mediax)

After seeing their fierce rivals Liverpool end a 30-year Premier League title drought this season, the Red Devils are determined to come stronger next term.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted his Manchester United side will only know how much money they can spend in the next transfer window once the ongoing season ends.

The Red Devils are currently five points behind 4th-placed Chelsea but they could still qualify for next season’s Champions League if they finish fifth and Manchester City’s Champions League ban is upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

United have another path to Europe’s elite club competition in the shape of UEFA Europa League. Winning the 2nd tier European competition could also help the club make it back to the Champions League after a one-year gap.

The Old Trafford outfit haven’t been shielded from the financial fall-out of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the global health crisis already costing the Red devils £28million. It has also partly contributed to the soaring of their debts by £124.4m to £429.1m and has seen their revenues for the 3rd quarter fell by 18.7%.

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Top News 3: Liverpool facing payouts after title win

Two Premier League clubs are set to benefit after Jurgen Klopp’s men clinched the club’s first Premier League title in three decades, as per the Daily Mail.

Southampton are set to receive a massive £3million in fees from the clauses they inserted in the contracts of players that left the South Coast to join Premier League champions Liverpool over the years.

Virgil Van Dijk, Sadio Mane, Adam Lallana, and Dejan Lovren are all former Saints’ stars who Liverpool snapped up on their way to domestic glory.

Arsenal are one of the other clubs due a windfall as part of the deal that saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain move from London to Liverpool in 2017.

Championship outfits Charlton Athletic and Hull City will also receive bonus payments from Liverpool as part of deals that saw the Reds sign Joe Gomez and Andy Robertson, respectively.

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