Juventus are ready to raid Real Madrid for another player, while an Arsenal man is poised for a shock move to the Bundesliga, according to Tuesday’s European press.
JUVENTUS READY TO RAID REAL MADRID AGAIN
Juventus are reportedly planning another raid on Real Madrid with a move for full-back Marcelo.
Tuttosport claims that the Brazilian defender is already missing his good friend Cristiano Ronaldo, who moved to the Serie A champions last month.
However, the report goes on to add that any deal before Friday’s European transfer deadline is unlikely, and that Juve will instead look to bring in Marcelo next summer.
The 30-year-old left-back has another four years to run on his Bernabeu contract, allowing the La Liga giants to dictate a high price for the player.
ARSENAL STARLET CLOSES IN ON BUNDESLIGA SWITCH
Arsenal youngster Reiss Nelson is reportedly set to make a shock departure from North London to join Bundesliga side Hoffenheim, according to Chris Weatley of Goal.
The 18-year-old is out of contract next summer, and has decided against signing a contract extension, insisting on playing regular first-team football instead.
As a result, it appears Arsenal are ready to cash in on the promising player, rather than lose him for a nominal fee 12 months from now.
Germany has become a hotbed for young English players in recent times, and the Bundesliga clubs are continuing to look at the academies of Premier League sides for possible targets.
Nelson made 16 appearances in all competitions for the Gunners last season, but his path to the first-team folk looks blocked at the moment, which has led to desperation from the player to find game time elsewhere.
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AND THE REST
Real Madrid have reignited their interest in Manchester City star Raheem Sterling, and will have club representatives watching him when England face Spain on September 8 (Sky Sports News)
AC Milan could revisit the idea of poaching Manchester United striker Anthony Martial in January, with matching the Red Devils €40m valuation in mind (Calcio Mercato)
Real Sociedad are working on a deal to sign Everton’s Sandro Ramirez this week on either a permanent move or a loan switch (Marca)
Stoke City midfielder Giannelli Imbula is wanted on loan by La Liga outfit Rayo Vallecano (Cadena Sar)
West Ham defender Reece Oxford is wanted on loan by Spanish top-flight side Eibar, who are willing to pay the Hammers a £1.8m loan fee (Marca)
Real Madrid are ‘studying’ the possibility of re-signing Mariano Diaz from Lyon, despite the striker’s agreement with Sevilla (Football Espana)
Former Barcelona and Real Madrid striker Ronaldo Nazario is in advanced talks to buy Real Valladolid for €30m (Cadena Ser)
It appears increasingly like that defender Filipe Luis will remain at Atletico Madrid beyond this summer (Marca)
Napoli are to offer midfield star Piotr Zielinski a new deal to keep Chelsea away (Tuttosport)
Roma and Netherlands midfielder Kevin Strootman is set to end his five year stint in Serie A by moving to France to join Marseille for £22.6m (Football Italia)
Valencia have confirmed they have reached a ‘definitive agreement’ to sign Paris Saint-Germain winger Goncalo Guedes permanently
Forner Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri has dropped his biggest hint yet that he is destined for Sporting Lisbon and not Bordeaux (L’Equipe)
PSG are keen on signing Borussia Dortmund star Raphael Guerreiro (AS)
Former Chelsea and Brazil midfielder Ramires, 31, is close to re-joining Benfica on loan from Chinese club Jiangsu Suning (O Jogo)
Striker Moussa Dembele is keen to leave Celtic and join Marseille (RMC)
Davide Zappacosta has revealed that ‘Inter had been after me’ and will consider a return to Serie A in January ‘if I don’t find much room’ at Chelsea (Corriere dello Sport)
Portuguese giants Benfica have completed the signing of Leganes winger Gabriel Pires in an €8m deal
Leganes have completed the season-long loan signing of Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin