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Amid Cristiano Ronaldo drama, Manchester United could face Man City to sign Bayern’s Serge Gnarby

The summer transfer window is here and there’s a lot of gossip about who’s going where. Transfer Talk brings you the latest rumours, comings and goings and of course deals done!

TOP STORY: ManUnited’s Gnabry, Man City eyed

Amid the blockbuster development that Cristiano Ronaldo can leave Manchester United, the Red Devils are looking at the winger from Bayern Munich Serge Gnabry to strengthen their ranks.

Sources confirmed to ESPN on Saturday that Ronaldo could leave Old Trafford in search of Champions League opportunities, with The Sun reporting the club could switch gears and look at Gnabry.

But Manchester City should also be interested in the German international. With Raham Sterling Linked to a Chelsea transfer, Gnabry could likely jump to the top of Pep Guardiola’s priority list.

Gnabry has already turned down a new contract with the Bundesliga champions that would have been worth over £200,000 a week. Bayern are keen to keep Gnabry but will accept €35m if they cannot agree with the winger and his agents as his contract expires in a year.

Man United are monitoring the situation closely and Erik ten Hag is still awaiting his rebuilding mission at Old Trafford to get the kickstart they need.

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PAPER GOSSIP

– Arsenal are expected to meet with Ajax Amsterdam next week to discuss this Lisandro Martinez The battle for the defender’s signing is heating up amid interest from Manchester United, The Athletic report. Both Premier League sides believe the Argentine wants to join them and that personal terms shouldn’t be an issue, while Ajax reportedly want a €50m guarantee. If they get that, it will be up to Martinez to decide who to join.

– A renewal is on the cards for Barcelona Ousmane Dembele, Diario Sport report, although the Frenchman is now technically a free agent after his contract expired. Small disagreements over the financial details of a potential deal remain between the two sides but they could be ironed out and the winger will sign a two-year contract if an agreement is reached.

Paulo Dybala is a sought-after man after leaving Juventus when his contract expired and Serie A newcomers Monza are making a shock attempt to sign him. While AS insist Internazionale remain the favourites, AS have hinted that Napoli are also hoping to land the Argentine star and have been in touch with their representatives.

Andrea Bellotti According to Calciomercato, a move to AS Monaco will be his next step as the striker is now a free agent after his contract with Torino peaked. There were options to remain in Italy as AC Milan, Atalanta, AS Roma and Fiorentina have all expressed interest in the 28-year-old but he has opted to move abroad instead.

– Lazio want at least 25 million euros Luis Alberto amid Seville interest, as reported by Sky Sports Italia. The LaLiga side have already offered just over €15m but that was turned down as Lazio have to pay 30% of the transfer fee to Liverpool.

– According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Atletico Madrid want to sign a free agent Federico Bernardeschi after his contract with Juventus expired. Napoli have also shown interest in the attacking midfielder but negotiations have not been finalized yet, allowing Diego Simeone and his team to make their move.

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Emma Bowman

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