Transfer News: Done Deals, Man U approve £80m bid to sign Kane, Liverpool eye Arsenal Target, Ndicka

Man Utd approve £80m bid to sign Kane

The Metro has reported that Manchester United is scheduled to submit an offer worth £80m for Tottenham Hotspurs’ star striker Harry Kane. Erik ten Hag is looking to bolster his attacking options next summer and the Red Devils could look to sign Spurs’ record goalscorer in the summer. Previous reports had suggested that Manchester United could also add Dean Henderson to the mix to facilitate the transfer.


Liverpool eye Arsenal Target, Ndicka

Liverpool have entered the race for Eintracht Frankfurt star Evan Ndicka with the centre-back available for free at the end of the season, according to the Daily Mirror. Arsenal have been monitoring the Frenchman in the past who could pose as an alternative to RB Leipzig defender Josko Gvardiol.

Manager Jurgen Klopp is said to be appealed by the player's versatility. Ndicka is available for free this summer, is left-sided and can play both left-back and holding midfield.

Liverpool and Arsenal monitoring Evan Ndicka of Eintracht Frankfurt |  Football News | Sky Sports

Ilkay Gundogan yet to make a decision on his future

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has suggested that Manchester City is waiting for Ilkay Gundogan to make a final decision about his future. The club wants to extend his contract but previous reports has suggested that the German wants a switch to Barcelona with the Catalan giants looking to sign him for free in the summer.

Juventus to sign Gianluca Scamacca if Dušan Vlahović leaves

Juventus are prepared to face the possibility of talisman Dušan Vlahović leaving the club this summer and want to sign Gianluca Scamacca, should that happen, according to Calciomercato. The West Ham forward has struggled since joining the Premier League last summer and is reportedly open to a return to Serie A. Juve were tracking him while he was plying his trade for Sassuolo and would attempt to sign him if they are forced to sell Vlahović in the summer.

Leeds will ask Rodrigo to take paycut

Leeds United have informed forward Rodrigo that he must reduce his wages in order to receive a new contract with the club, writes Football Insider. His current deal runs through next campaign, but he is already thinking ahead to future plans. The striker has scored 11 Premier League goals this term, the best output of his career.


OFFICIAL: Renard resigns as Saudi Arabia coach

Herve Renard has resigned as Saudi Arabia coach, the Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF). The federation agreed to terminate Renard's contract at his request, it said in a statement on Twitter.

"A legal settlement has been reached to end the contract between the two parties. The President and Board of Directors of SAFF wish for Mr. Renard every success in his future career," it added.

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OFFICIAL: Wellington Phoenix men's captain Alex Rufer signs new three years contract

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