Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the transfer market developed differently during the summer than all previous ones, but there were many more shops, and the most important ones can be seen here. The window may be closed in the major European competitions, but here are the best rumours from around the world.
Barcelona Eye Neimar
Lionel Messi’s future still hangs in the air and it seems that Barcelona is already thinking about what could have been done if the Argentine star had finally left.
The 33-year-old looked tired after Thursday’s 1-1 draw with Paraguay, and Sport suggested that a solution to revitalize Barca could include signing a contract with former winger Neimar, often associated with a return to the Camp Nou since moving to St Germain’s Paris for €222m in 2017.
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Another factor that will help this potential movement is the upcoming presidential elections in Barca.
There was a lot of time when it seemed that Neimar could return to Catalonia, but so far it seemed to be the best conditions.
Fault! The file name is not specified. Reports from Spain have linked Neimar to Barcelona again – this time as a direct replacement for Leo Messi. Catherine Steenkeste/Getty Pictures
Roma and Inter want Izzo
According to Calciomercato, both the Roma and the International are interested in the Turin center behind Armando Izzo.
The central defender only played once, but that didn’t stop the two Italian law enforcers from signing the contract.
Turin asked at the previous desk between 20 and 25 million euros for a 28-year-old girl, and again they will not compromise.
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Maine City wants Grealish and Louis
Jack Grilish has made such an impression on England and Aston Villa that Daley Star suspects Manchester City will sign the deal.
They are reported to be willing to pay £100 million next summer for an international agreement Britain made to persuade Will to lend a helping hand.
They also want Douglas Louis, which they have sold to the villa in 2019 for £15 million, provided they buy back £25 million.
Dean Smith’s campaign got off to an excellent start, which shows that the city wants to draw with its two protagonists.
– This summer Valencia lost Ferran Torres in Manchester, and they may be about to sell another of their exciting talents. According to AS, Can-in Lee refuses to sign the contract extension with the club, which means he can be added to the transfer list in the winter window.
– Arcadiusz Milic and Federico Bernardes, from Naples and Juventus respectively, have long been closely linked to the movements of their clubs. Well, Stadio Sport suggested that the two Series A parties could find the perfect solution by agreeing to an exchange agreement. Both actors are desperately looking for a new landscape, so that this step can work for everyone.