Barcelona have reached an agreement with Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, whose contract expires in 2023. The Pole is seen as a more practical and less expensive option than Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.
It is highly doubtful that Barça will pursue the action of Real Madrid Kylian Mbappe, with President Joan Laporta suggesting that the club will be vigilant in the transfer window amid ongoing financial difficulties.
Meanwhile, Leeds have told Blaugrana they will need to close Raphinha’s £ 62m release clause if they want to sign the Brazilian midfielder. Paris Saint-Germain is also said to have entered the attacker’s race.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has emerged as a target for Premier League rivals Arsenal, who are still searching for a new striker. Dominic Calvert-Lewin is another option, Everton are set to sell him in the summer.
Another big name coming out of Old Trafford could be Paul Pogba, where PSG is prioritizing a free agent move that will be out soon in the summer. The Frenchman recently admitted that he could still be open to playing for his home team.
Leicester City are facing a battle to keep midfielder Youri Tielemans after the Belgian midfielder admitted he wanted to play Champions League football. The 24-year-old’s current contract expires in 2023 with both Arsenal and Man Utd previously linked with him, as well as Chelsea.
There is a Premier League interest in Harry Winks, with Crystal Palace and Southampton both monitoring his situation at Tottenham.
In Italy, Inter will be looking for Paulo Dybala, who will leave Juventus in the summer. He is seen as a potential replacement for outgoing Lautaro Martinez.
Elsewhere, Napoli have hit 100 million euros for key player Victor Osimhen amid interest from top clubs across Europe, including Arsenal, Man Utd and Liverpool.