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Football Transfer Talk: Salah, De Bruyne, Cancelo, Silva, Mbappe, Caicedo, Solanke

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Saudi Arabian team Al-Ittihad is gearing up to bid a whopping 60m euros (£51.8m) for Liverpool’s Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah. They are also ready to shell out 180m euros (£155m) for a two-year contract with the 31-year-old player. (Al Riyadiah – in Arabic)

In a bid to attract big names from the Premier League, the Saudi Pro League is eyeing Manchester City’s Belgian maestro Kevin de Bruyne, aged 32, for significant signings next year. (Mirror)

Barcelona have put forth a combined loan offer to Manchester City for Portuguese duo Joao Cancelo, 29, and Bernardo Silva, 28, with a plan to buy Silva on a permanent basis in the next summer. (Sport – in Spanish)

Arsenal is approaching the “final stage” of signing 27-year-old Brentford and Spain goalkeeper David Raya, with the Gunners’ American reserve goalkeeper Matt Turner, 29, expected to transfer to Nottingham Forest. (Fabrizio Romano)

Meanwhile, Nottingham Forest is negotiating to bring in former Leicester City and Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, 36, from Nice. (Eurosport Denmark)

French forward of Paris St-Germain, Kylian Mbappe, 24, would be willing to play in the Premier League on loan for a season before transitioning to his ideal destination, Real Madrid. (Mirror)

Chelsea is prepared to raise their offer for Brighton’s Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo, 21, who was left out of Brighton’s friendly match against Rayo Vallecano. (Telegraph – subscription required)

25-year-old Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo has turned down a potential move to Tottenham, showing a preference to join Monaco. (Sun)

Crystal Palace is discussing a loan agreement, with a compulsory £24m purchase, for 22-year-old Bayer Leverkusen and Ivory Coast defender Odilon Kossounou. The Eagles also have their eyes set on Chelsea and England Under-21 left-back Lewis Hall, 18. (Mail)

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Turkish club Fenerbahce is showing interest in Arsenal midfielder Jorginho, 31, amid rumors that the Italian player is not content in North London. (TRT – in Turkish)

Bournemouth have rebuffed an approach from Premier League competitor West Ham for their English striker Dominic Solanke, 25. (Daily Echo)

Burnley have raised their bid to £12m for Aston Villa’s 20-year-old midfielder Aaron Ramsey, and they’re also pursuing a loan deal for 20-year-old Manchester United’s Spanish left-back Alvaro Fernandez. (Mail)

West Ham’s £25.9m offer for Ajax’s Mexican midfielder Edson Alvarez, 25, doesn’t match the Dutch club’s valuation. (90min)

Bournemouth’s £12m deal for Fiorentina’s Italian midfielder Gaetano Castrovilli, 26, has fallen through due to his failure in the medical exam. (Mail)

Following unsuccessful attempts to sign 24-year-old Brazilian central defender Roger Ibanez from Roma, Nottingham Forest is now focusing on Corinthians’ £11m-rated Brazilian central defender Murillo, 21. (Nottingham Post)

Leicester City is intensifying its efforts to get 20-year-old Chelsea midfielder and Italy Under-20 World Cup Golden Boot winner Cesare Casadei on loan. (Leicester Mercury)

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Football Transfers

What football transfers are being rumored?

Various football transfers are being rumored, including Saudi Arabian side Al-Ittihad’s interest in Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, Barcelona’s joint loan offer for Manchester City’s Joao Cancelo and Bernardo Silva, and Paris St-Germain’s Kylian Mbappe considering a Premier League loan before moving to Real Madrid.

Which Premier League players are involved in potential transfers?

Premier League players like Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City), Moises Caicedo (Brighton), Tosin Adarabioyo (Fulham), Dominic Solanke (Bournemouth), Aaron Ramsey (Aston Villa), and Lewis Hall (Chelsea) are reportedly involved in potential transfer moves.

Are there any notable offers and bids in the transfer market?

Yes, there are notable offers and bids, such as Arsenal’s bid for David Raya (Brentford), West Ham’s bid for Edson Alvarez (Ajax), and Bournemouth’s move for Gaetano Castrovilli (Fiorentina), which was later canceled due to medical reasons.

Which clubs are actively engaged in the transfer discussions?

Clubs like Barcelona, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Tottenham, Leicester City, West Ham, Burnley, Bournemouth, and Nottingham Forest are actively engaged in transfer discussions for various players.

Is there any interest from foreign clubs in Premier League players?

Yes, there is foreign interest, as Turkish side Fenerbahce is interested in Arsenal’s Jorginho, and French club Monaco is keen on signing Fulham’s Tosin Adarabioyo.

Is there a player quiz related to Premier League players?

Yes, there is a Premier League player quiz included in the text. Readers can test their knowledge and try to identify current or former players.

Where can I find more gossip and transfer news?

Readers can find more gossip and transfer news in the Sunday’s gossip column section of the text. Additionally, they can follow their favorite Premier League clubs on the Sport News Center app for the latest updates and fan views.

More about Football Transfers

  • Al Riyadiah (in Arabic) – Link
  • Mirror – Link
  • Sport (in Spanish) – Link
  • Fabrizio Romano – Link
  • Eurosport Denmark – Link
  • Telegraph – Link
  • Sun – Link
  • Mail – Link
  • TRT (in Turkish) – Link
  • Daily Echo – Link
  • 90min – Link
  • Nottingham Post – Link
  • Leicester Mercury – Link
  • Football GossipLink (Note: For the overall source of the text)

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