Transfer News Latest: Neymar to Barca, Pogba to Madrid, Rodri to City
  • 2019-06-18 12:41:16
  • Football

Transfer News Latest: Neymar to Barca, Pogba to Madrid, Rodri to City

Crystal Palace have rejected a £50m + add ons improved offer from Manchester United for Wan Bissaka. They are said to have rejected the offer due to all the terms and what ifs around the add ons. United have been told if they stump up £60m they will land the Palace and England man.

Palace rejected United's opening offer

Paul Pogba has again hinted at leaving the club. Real Madrid are set to test their resolve with a £90m bid. This is £60m less than United value their talisman however it may further unsettle Pogba to submit a transfer request. They have always stated that no player is bigger than the club and if someone wants to leave they are free to do so. It'll be interesting to see how this unfolds if United reject Madrid's offer. 

Neymar to return to Barcelona now looks very likely to go ahead. The bookies have slashed the odds on the Brazilian completing a return after a very disappointing spell at PSG. Neymar went there to win honours, however after being dumped contraversially out of the Champions League to a below par Man United he has been nearing the exit. 

Manchester City are nearing the completing of Athletico Madrid's Rodri and have confirmed that they'll meet the £70m release clause in his contract. Rodri has asked Athletico not to stand in his way and let him complete this dream move. 

Chelsea have rejected bids thought to be in the region of £35m from Barcelona. They have already lost Eden Hazard and remain on a transfer embargo. It is therefore thought that a player plus cash deal would be best suited for the club. Could a loan deal for Coutinho be ont he the cards?

PSG have confirmed that World Cup Winning wonder-kid Kylian Mbappe will be going nowhere this summer.

Meanwhile Aston Villa are closing in on a deal to bring Jack Butland and Tyrone Mings to the club. They are also said to be pondering a bid for Brentford striker Maupay.