Arsenal willing to offer €20m for Marcos Leonardo
Arsenal are hoping to sign Marcos Leonardo, a target for Manchester United, from Santos when the transfer window reopens in January. According to a report from Fichajes , Arsenal are hoping to sign Marcos Leonardo, and it remains to be seen whether they can beat the competition from rivals like Manchester United. The report claims that Arsenal could be willing to offer €20 million for the talented young attacker in January. The Gunners need to add more quality and depth to their attack in the coming months.
Man Utd interested in Bayern Munich centre-back Matthijs de Ligt
Manchester United are interested in Bayern Munich centre-back Matthijs de Ligt, who is unhappy with his playing time at the German champions, according to Fichajes . The Red Devils invested more than €200 million on signings during the summer transfer window, but they failed to bolster their central defence after Harry Maguire refused to leave. The club were planning to offload Maguire to re- invest on another centre-back, but the Englishman’s reluctance to part ways meant that they could not sign an upgrade. This has not ended the speculation over future signings and Fichajes claim that United are keeping tabs on De Ligt, who previously played under Ten Hag at former club Ajax.
Barca’s Lewandowski attracting interest from Saudi clubs
Four Saudi Pro League clubs including Abha FC want to sign Barcelona’s star forward Robert Lewandowski, according to SPORT. The report stated that the Saudi clubs had approached the striker this summer but he had refused to join them as he was happy at Barcelona. Lewandowski’s current contract with the Catalan giants expires in 2025.
Jurgen Klopp keen on Malen
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is reportedly keen to sign Donyell Malen from his former side Borussia Dortmund as he looks to acquire a different option on the right. Mohamed Salah has been heavily linked with a move away from the Reds and Saudi Arabian outfits are expected to arrive with fresh offers to try and lure him away over the next 12 months. According to SportBild , Klopp is also pushing for Liverpool chiefs to sign another right-winger to provide depth for Salah, with the German boss particularly keen on Malen at Dortmund. The forward scored nine in 26 Bundesliga appearances last season and has kickstarted the new campaign in a similar vein of form, scoring three in six.