Today’s Transfer News Making headlines Across Europe.
Top transfer news making headlines Across Europe.
Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, 32, is ready to leave Manchester City and join Barcelona on a free transfer at the end of the season. (Football Insider)
Barcelona will press ahead with a deal for Gundogan after reaching a verbal agreement to sign Athletic Bilbao’s Spain centre-back Inigo Martinez, 31. (ESPN)
Newcastle want to sign Denmark centre-back Andreas Christensen, 26, from Barcelona. (Sport – in Spanish)
Newcastle manager Eddie Howe is pushing the club to sign 26-year-old Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay from Manchester United. (Football Insider)
Barcelona will face competition from Arsenal and Chelsea for Athletico Paranaense’s 18-year-old Brazil forward Vitor Roque. (Sport – in Spanish)
Manchester City and Paris St-Germain have made opening bids for Hajduk Split’s 16-year-old Croatian defender Luka Vuskovic. (90min)
Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea, 32, has turned down Manchester United’s first offer of a new contract. (Athletic – subscription required)
England forward Marcus Rashford, 25, has dismissed reports he wants a new deal, worth £500,000 per week to stay at Manchester United, as “complete nonsense”. (Independent)
United are planning to step up contract talks with Rashford before the end of the season. (ESPN)
Georgia’s 22-year-old winger Khvicha Kvaratskhelia is set to sign a new five-year deal to stay at Napoli. (Footmercato – in French)
Brighton want to sign Japan midfielder Reo Hatate, 25, from Celtic. (Football Insider)
The Seagulls are set to offer Republic of Ireland striker Evan Ferguson, 18, a new contract amid interest from other Premier League clubs. (Football Insider)
The father of 20-year-old Spain forward Ansu Fati wants his son to leave Barcelona due to a lack of minutes this season. (Athletic – subscription required)
Manchester City are to invest £300m in redeveloping Etihad Stadium, including increasing the capacity to about 61,000. (Mail)