Transfers

Saturday’s transfer rumours: Werner, Hudson-Odoi, Šeško, Bernardo Silva, Maddison & more

Welcome to 101′s daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Saturday, July 30th.


Rumours:

Newcastle United had a £40 million bid rejected by Leicester City for James Maddison on Friday. (The Telegraph)

NUFC are considering making a new offer with the Foxes wanting closer to £60 million. (Sky Sports)

Chelsea are open to letting Timo Werner leave the club on loan this summer and could even allow an option to buy. (Fabrizio Romano)

RB Leipzig are working on a deal to re-sign the German striker. (BILD)

Callum Hudson-Odoi is another player not part of Thomas Tuchel’s plans and he is likely to leave west London this summer. (London World)

Red Bull Salzburg want €60 million for Benjamin Šeško, which is way more than what Manchester United would be prepared to pay. (The Telegraph)

Joan Laporta has informed Bernardo Silva’s agent that Barcelona will make an attempt to sign him.

However, Frenkie de Jong’s departure would be key in any deal for the Manchester City midfielder. (COPE)

Barcelona are also ready to listen to offers for Sergiño Dest. (ESPN)

Marc Cucurella has submitted a transfer request in order to join Man City.

City remain in talks with Brighton, although negotiations are difficult due to the Seagulls’ asking price. (Fabrizio Romano)

Tottenham are in talks with AS Roma over a deal for Nicolò Zaniolo. (Foot Mercato)


Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown

Writer for 101 Great Goals since 2017. Founder of @Daily_Hotspur.



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