Lewandowski 'AGREES three-year Barcelona deal, Mbappe Real Madrid transfer news, Haaland '£128m Man City release clause'

ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI has agreed a three-year deal with Barcelona, according to reports from Germany.

The Pole has rejected a new deal with Bayern Munich and is said to believe he can only win the Ballon d'Or by playing outside the Bundesliga.

Meanwhile are reportedly optimistic that Kylian Mbappe will be earning his living at the Santiago Bernabeu next season.

The French talisman is out of contract with Paris Saint-Germain this summer and continues to dwell over his renewal offer which includes a reported £84 MILLION signing on fee.

And there are also reports that Erling Haaland has a release clause in his Man City deal.

It is claimed that the Norwegian will ultimately be able to leave the Etihad should a bid of £128m be made.

Keep up to date with all the latest transfer news across the globe…


  • Justin Lawrence

    Lewandowksi 'agrees deal' with Barca

    Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski has reportedly agreed terms with Barcelona.

    Although not set in stone, the Poland international has reached a verbal agreement to join the Catalan giants, according to Sport1, via Mundo Deportivo.

    And the deal agreed upon will see Lewandowski sign a three-year deal at the Nou Camp.

  • Justin Lawrence

    Insigne's tears following Napoli exit

    Napoli star Lorenzo Insigne has revealed he's been crying for three days after playing his last game for the club.

    He told Napoli fans: "I want to thank you for everything you’ve given me. Napoli will always be my home even if I will no longer be here next season.

    “I won’t deny that I’ve been crying for three days. Every time I am outside the stadium, I get emotional.

    "This has been my home for ten years, I am happy to celebrate with you on Sunday. Napoli will always be in my heart.”

  • Justin Lawrence

    Arsenal receive transfer blow

    Arsenal and Newcastle have received a blow in their pursuit of Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

     Everton manager Frank Lampard has now insisted the England international is in his long-term plans.

    Speaking in his pre-match press conference ahead of the game against Brentford, he said: “He is a fantastic striker, the pedigree of striker that there aren’t many around. It’s been unfortunate for me, I think, that I haven’t had him fit.

    “He’s had little moments but we know that strikers – particularly out of any position – need runs of games and fitness and confidence.

    “We’ve never been able to get that for Dominic to be fair to him. But yeah, he’s a huge player, they are not very common. He is contracted to us, three years left on his contract, and I want to take this club forward and players like Dominic help that.

    “I know he hasn’t been playing at the minute because he’s been getting fit, but now he’s fit, so hopefully he will contribute in the last few games for starters and then he’s our player.

    “He’s a player that would be wanted by clubs because of the level of player he is.

    “There are not many strikers out there, they cost a lot of money. I’m not worried about him at all.”

  • Justin Lawrence

    Fabregas plans Monaco exit

    Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas will quit Monaco in the summer after the "worst year of his life".

    Fabregas has made just two league appearances this campaign but the 35-year-old isn't ready to hang up his boots just yet.

    He told So Foot: "It’s certain that it’s finished between me and Monaco. My contract expires in June and I am looking to depart. My head needs a departure elsewhere."

  • Justin Lawrence

    Prem giants in Ndicka battle

    Man United have reportedly joined the race for Eintracht Frankfurt centre-back Evan Ndicka.

    The 22-year-old has impressed this season, helping the German outfit to reach the Europa League final.

    And his form has caught the attention of Manchester United, according to Sport Bild.

    It’s claimed the Red Devils are ready to rival Newcastle to the signing of the highly rated Frenchman.

  • Justin Lawrence

    Dybala transfer scramble

    Paulo Dybala’s agent is reportedly in London to hold transfer talks with Premier League clubs.

    The 28-year-old forward is set to leave Juventus in the summer upon the expiry of his contract.

    And there’s no shortage of interest in the Argentina international from the Prem.

    Dybala’s agent, Jorge Antun, is currently in the capital to listen to offers from the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United, according to Calciomercato.

  • Anthony Chapman

    Good morning footy transfer fans

    Raheem Sterling is in no rush to make a decision on his Man City future.

    According to the Daily Mail, the England star will wait to June before deciding whether to stay or go.

    His contract is set to expire in the summer of 2023.

    The likes of AC Milan, Arsenal and Spurs are monitoring the situation.

    Meanwhile, Italy's La Gazzeta Dello Sport has reported that Liverpool and Tottenham both hold an interest in Roma star Nicolo Zaniolo.

    The 22-year-old attacking midfielder is potentially valued at £60million.

    Jose Mourinho's side want to tie him down to a new deal but the likes of AC Milan and Juventus could also test their resolve.

    In other news, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are rumoured to being considering a swap deal that involves Alvaro Morata and Antoine Griezmann switching teams.

    Morata is currently on loan to Juventus from Atleti.

    A deal would see Griezmann return to the Nou Camp.

    Finally, Liverpool centre-back Nat Phillips is reportedly on the verge of signing for Bournemouth.

    A deal could be worth £8million according to The Express.

    The 25-year-old centre-back has spent the second half of the season on loan at the Cherries helping them clinch promotion back to the Premier League.

  • Anthony Chapman

    Ronaldo hints at United stay

    Cristiano Ronaldo has dropped his biggest hint yet that he will remain at Man Utd under Erik ten Hag.

    Ronaldo said: “I know that he has done a fantastic job at Ajax, and that he is an experienced coach. But we have to give him time.

    “Things must change the way he wants. If he does well, all of Manchester United will be successful, so I wish him well. 

    “We are all happy and excited, not only as players, but as fans as well. We have to believe that next year we can win titles."

  • Anthony Chapman

    Nketiah told to sign contract

    Bacary Sagna believes Eddie Nketiah should stay at Arsenal and commit his future on a new deal.

    He exclusively told SunSport: “Nketiah should stay. It's never been easy for him. 

    “But he's played a few games in a row now and demonstrated his ability and answered his critics perfectly. 

    “He's shown the world he's a top striker that can really help the club.

    “He's a great addition to the team, he's scored some great goals and should think about committing his future to Arsenal.”

  • Anthony Chapman

    Man Utd get Danjuma boost

    Man Utd target Arnaut Danjuma is available for £45million this summer.

    Marca claims the bargain release clause kicks in following his stunning season in Spain.

    Danjuma fired Villarreal to the Champions League semis straight after joining from Championship side Bournemouth.

    But Danjuma could now be set for an immediate Premier League return, with Liverpool also interested.

  • Anthony Chapman

    Exclusive by SunSport's Jake Lambourne

    Bacary Sagna has warned Arsenal off a move for Leicester star Youri Tielemans, urging Mikel Arteta to invest in other areas of his squad.

    Sagna said: "Arsenal already have quality midfield players and [Mohamed] Elneny who's doing really well. 

    "So, I'm not sure whether they should cover more of the midfield position, we've got [Thomas] Partey too and he's important.

    "In my mind they should focus on signing a centre-back and a striker."

  • Anthony Chapman

    Bellingham snubs summer United switch

    Jude Bellingham has shut the door on a summer move to Man Utd by pledging his loyalty to Borussia Dortmund.

    The England midfielder said: "The only future I think about is the next game for Dortmund.

    "I look forward to next season. I look forward to it finally starting.

    "But yes, I will be here next season and I will be ready.”

  • Anthony Chapman

    Chelsea close to Perisic swoop

    Chelsea are reportedly on the verge of signing Inter Milan star Ivan Perisic

    Sport Mediaset claims terms have been agreed over a stunning free transfer this summer.

    Perisic has rejected a new offer from Inter following their Italian Cup win over Juventus.

    And he is set to arrive at Stamford Bridge as a replacement for left wing-back Marcos Alonso, who wants to join Barcelona.

  • Anthony Chapman

    New era at Old Trafford

    Man Utd will oversee a transfer "revolution" under Erik ten Hag this summer.

    Fabrizio Romano said: "It's gonna be a revolution, I'm sure about that. I see a United revolution in the summer.

    "Many players leaving on a free, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic.

    "Also players that are still in the club with a contract, who want to discuss directly with Ten Hag about their future.

    "Marcus Rashford, this is going to be a really interesting one because he's out of contract in one year, with an option to extend for future seasons."

  • Anthony Chapman

    Villa line up Gomez swoop

    Steven Gerrard is reportedly planning an audacious raid on Liverpool for Joe Gomez.

    The Mirror claims the defender's lack of minutes under Jurgen Klopp could see him agree to the shock swoop.

    Gerrard has already completed up a big deal for world-class playmaker Philippe Coutinho.

    And top centre-back Gomez is the next on his dream wish list, with a new elite midfielder also a priority.

  • Alex Smith

    Dybala’s agent in London

    According to Italian outlet Calciomercato.com via Football Italia, the agent of Juventus star Paulo Dybala is in London.

    Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea have all be rumoured to be interested in the attacker previously,

    The 28-year-old’s contract is set to expire at the end of this season.

  • Alex Smith

    Haaland has a release clause in his Man City contract

    Erling Haaland apparently has a release clause in his Man City contract according to Sky Sports.

    City announced the official signing of Haaland earlier this week in a deal worth £51.2million.

    It has now come to light that there is a release clause in the deal worth in excess of €150million.

    The blue side of Manchester are rumoured to be not worried by the chance of the striker leaving due to the enormity of the fee required.

  • Alex Smith

    Lukaku has his say

    Romelu Lukaku has now broken his silence on what his agent has said to the media earlier.

    He has put out this statement on Instagram.

    Is this him potentially firing shots at his agent?

  • Alex Smith

    Tuchel on Lukaku and his agent

    The Chelsea manager has spoken once again on the Romelu Lukaku scandal.

    The German has said regarding the rumours his agent wants a meeting with the Chelsea hierarchy: “I think if he plans to talk with the owner, maybe it is not his plan to talk with me. It’s fair enough. Let’s see if he gets a meeting. It is his right. We will talk to anybody.

    “We will evaluate any situation of any player, including Romelu. We will see what is going to happen and what the plans are.”

    When asked about if he has concerns about the media noise regarding Lukaku ahead of such a big game, Tuchel responded: “I was only made aware of it five or ten minutes ago, actually. It’s what sometimes happens in football.

    “The attention is so high that sometimes it attracts situations that you don’t want to have before big matches. It’s the way it is.

    “For me, it is not a distraction and hopefully, for everybody that works on the team and the team itself, it is not.”

  • Alex Smith

    Newcastle favourites to sign Calvert-Lewin

    Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has had a difficult season as he battles with injury.

    However, the Englishman could be on the move this summer with Newcastle favourites to sign him at 7/4.

    Arsenal are also in the mix at 9/4 just in front of West Ham and Manchester United.

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  • Alex Smith

    Chelsea switch attention to Sangare due to Rice fee

    West Ham are demanding a huge bid of £150million for them to consider selling Declan Rice according to the Mirror.

    As a result, Chelsea believe Ibrahim Sangare would be better value for money.

    The Ivorian could be available for just £30million this summer after a standout season for PSV this campaign.

  • Alex Smith

    United trying hard to get rid of Martial

    The career of Man Utd forward Anthony Martial has stagnated after another underwhelming year at Old Trafford followed by a loan spell at Sevilla where he has netted just one goal.

    The Red Devils are looking to offload him this summer potentially as part of a deal that gets them to sign another player.

    Victor Osimhen is wanted by United and they could offer Martial as part of the deal according to Area Napoli.

    It has also been reported that the Frenchman could be used in a deal to bring Inter striker Lautaro Martinez to the club.

  • Alex Smith

    Perisic to Chelsea?

    Croatian international Ivan Perisic could be on his way to Chelsea.

    The Inter Milan player is capable of playing anywhere on the left-hand side, as a winger or wing-back.

    This versatility could tempt Thomas Tuchel into signing him especially with Marcos Alonso potentially departing the club.

  • Alex Smith

    More to come and go at Villa

    Steven Gerrard continued in his press conference about the signing of Phillipe Coutinho.

    He said having a player of his calibre could help attract more top quality player to come and join Aston Villa.

    Gerrard also admitted some players will head for the exit door as part of his re-build.

    He hinted at some of his squad being unhappy about limited game time saying it's better for those players to go elsewhere so they can enjoy first-team football.

  • Alex Smith

    Gerrard delighted as Coutinho stays at Villa

    Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard is buzzing about Phillipe Coutinho making his move to the club permanent.

    He said: "I was aware a little bit before it was announced and I think it's fantastic for everyone connected with the club.

    "You've seen the reaction from the supporters, it's very positive, they've seen him over the last five or six months play ever so well."

    On why he thinks Coutinho swapped Barcelona for Birmingham, Gerrard, 41, joked: "Probably my banter and my company to be honest."

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