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Liverpool could offer Firmino for Paredes
In an attempt to strengthen their midfield, Liverpool are keen to sign PSG midfielder Leandro Paredes and in exchange, are ready to offer Roberto Firmino to the Ligue 1 giants, according to Calciomercato.
Both Paredes and Firmino are valued between €25m-€30m (£21m-£25).
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City rule out Bernardo’s exit
The head of Manchester City, Pep Guardiola, insisted that Bernardo Silva will not leave the club this summer.
Both Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain have been circling the Portuguese midfielder, who enjoyed a stunning campaign for the Premier League champions last term.
West Ham have held talks with former Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj about a return to the Premier League
Januzaj played under David Moyes at Old Trafford and is available on a free transfer after leaving Real Sociedad.
The Hammers still hope to reach an agreement with Lyon for midfielder Lucas Paqueta.
THE CITY REJECTS THE PSG SILVA OFFER
Paris Saint-Germain have hardly thrown their financial weight around this year but not without trying.
The Times is reporting that the Ligue Un outfit have had a €70m bid rejected for City’s Bernardo Silva.
De Jong is ready to renegotiate his Barcelona contract
Frenkie de Jong has dominated much of the transfer column in inches this summer after both Manchester United and Chelsea made it clear they wanted to sign the Dutch midfielder.
Although, he has always remained happy to stay at Barcelona despite his wage issues. According to SPORT, he is now open to renegotiating his deal at Camp Nou which would likely see him accept a substantial pay cut.
Newcastle sign Alexander Isak
Newcastle United have announced the signing of Alexander Isak from Real Sociedad in a club record deal.
The fee is reportedly around £60 million, eclipsing those paid for Bruno Guimaraes and Joelinton.
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