Man Utd keep an eye on Benfica’s João Neves

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Rudy Galetti reports Manchester United football shirt, Benfica have identified midfielder Joao Neves as a key target in the upcoming summer transfer window. The Red Devils are reportedly looking to strengthen their midfield options and see Neves as a leading candidate. Manchester United are exploring other options after deciding not to loan Sofyan Amrabat permanently. Amrabat has struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford and could move to AC Milan, who have shown interest in the Morocco international.

The uncertainty over the futures of United’s Scott McTominay and Christian Eriksen has also prompted the club to overhaul their midfield. In addition to Neves, United have also identified Juventus’ Adrien Rabiot and Monaco’s Youssef Fofana as potential targets. However, Neves’ performances in the Portuguese Serie A seem to be prioritised as he is attracting the attention of Europe’s top clubs.

Manchester United kids’ shirts, along with rivals Liverpool and Chelsea, also signed Neves, signalling a potential bidding war for the Portuguese talent.

Barcelona’s interest in Joao Cancelo: Barcelona reportedly want a permanent deal for Manchester City defender Joao Cancelo but are facing competition from clubs in Saudi Arabia. Manchester City hope to sign Cancelo this summer, while Barcelona are also hoping to negotiate a deal. The reported valuation of €50 million could be a stumbling block for Barcelona, but it also opens the door for other potential suitors from Saudi Arabia, such as Al Hilal.

Liverpool are in contract talks with Trent Alexander-Arnold: Liverpool are set to open contract talks with Real Madrid defender Trent Alexander-Arnold amid reports that the Reds are interested in his signature. Negotiations between Alexander-Arnold and Liverpool have reached an impasse, leading to speculation over his future. Liverpool are expected to reach an agreement with the players after the European Championships, with Richard Hughes expected to be appointed sporting director and Michael Edwards chief football officer.

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Man Utd keep an eye on Benfica’s João Neves

Interest in Genoa striker Gudmundsson: Tottenham Hotspur, Inter Milan and Juventus are all interested in Genoa striker Gudmundsson. The Icelandic footballer has impressed the whole of Europe with his performance in Serie A. Genoa are interested. We want a war. According to reports, Gudmundsson’s asking price exceeds 30 million euros.

Atletico Madrid are watching Barcelona’s Inigo Martinez: Atletico Madrid are closely monitoring the situation of Barcelona defender Inigo Martinez. Although Martinez is happy at Barcelona, Atletico are looking for ways to strengthen their defensive options, especially with the possible departure of Mario Hermoso. Atletico Madrid is a team he has admired for a long time. Given the chance, Martinez could stand out.

Inter Milan are chasing Bento Matheus Krepski: Inter Milan want to sign Atletico Paraná goalkeeper Bento Matheus Krepski but face competition from Chelsea. As Jan Sommer ages, Inter are keen to find the goalkeeper’s successor. However, Chelsea, Nottingham Forest and Wolves have also expressed their interest in the Brazilian goalkeeper.

The summer transfer window will be an exciting time for European clubs, with plenty of speculation and potential deals on the horizon.

Cheap Manchester United Shirts, United have identified Benfica’s Joao Neves as a priority target to strengthen their midfield in the upcoming summer transfer window. With uncertainty over current midfielders such as Scott McTominay and Christian Eriksen, United see Neves as a potential solution. In other transfer news involving Liverpool and Chelsea, Barcelona are monitoring Joao Cancelo, Liverpool are starting contract talks with Trent Alexander-Arnold after interest from Real Madrid, while Atletico Madrid are considering Barcelona’s I Nigo Martinez. Milan are racing to reach an agreement with Chelsea for goalkeeper Bento Mathews Krepski.

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