The summer transfer window is here and there are a lot of rumors about who is moving where. Transfer Talk will tell you about the latest rumors, comings and goings, and of course the deals that have been made!

MAIN STORY: Are Juventus looking for Neymar and Ronaldo?

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Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri wants his club to consider switching to Neymaraccording to Sport.

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This summer the Serie A side is looking to develop and the planned signings will help get the team back in contention for the title and it is understandable that Bianconeri I believe that Neymar can make a difference if he accepts a lower salary.

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Uncertainty over the 30-year-old’s future at Paris Saint-Germain has increased in recent weeks, though reports of a recent automatic extension to his contract until 2027 could see the Ligue 1 club demand a sizeable fee to part ways with him.

The report states that Juventus have also been offered the opportunity to reunite with Cristiano Ronaldowith agent Jorge Mendes trying to find a way out for the 37-year-old striker from Manchester United amid concerns about how he fits into Erik ten Hag’s high-pressing style.

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08:47 Moscow time: Chelsea have identified outgoing Liverpool transfer leader Michael Edwards as a prime candidate for Stamford Bridge’s sporting director position, sources told Sportzshala’s Mark Ogden after confirming that senior executive Marina Granovskaya will leave the club this summer.

Edwards, who joined Liverpool from Tottenham Hotspur to head performance and analysis at Anfield in November 2011, played a key role in the hiring of Jurgen Klopp as manager in 2015 when he was technical director and then supervised the low-budget recruitment of Mohamed Salah. , Sadio Mane, Andy Robertson and more after his promotion to sporting director in 2016.

But after announcing his intention to leave Anfield last November, Edwards is due to leave Liverpool when his contract expires this summer, with Julian Ward already named as his replacement.

Having earned a reputation as one of the most well-connected transfer negotiators, sources told Sportzshala that Chelsea’s new regime, led by Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner and co-owner Todd Boly, wants Edwards to lead the team. the club’s plans to restructure the technical department following the completion of the takeover of former owner Roman Abramovich earlier this month.

08:00 Moscow time: Let’s start with a recap of yesterday’s biggest transfer story:

Sadio Mane completed his move to Bayern Munich, ending a six-year spell at Liverpool in which he helped end their 30-year wait for a league title and also win the Champions League.

Sources told Sportzshala on Friday that Mane had reached an agreement with Bayern Munich, who won their 10th straight Bundesliga title in May, for a total of €41m.

Mane has signed a contract with Bayern until 2025.

Liverpool said in a statement: “We thank Sadio for all he has done and wish him the best of luck for the rest of his career.”

In a Q&A section on Liverpool’s website, Mane said: “Obviously it’s strange – really, really strange – to no longer be a Liverpool player after six years at Anfield. But of course I had a great time, an incredible time. and from the very first day I really, really enjoyed training, playing, especially at Anfield and in front of these wonderful fans. Now it’s all over, so what can you say?

“From the first day I came to the club I talked to the boss when I was at Southampton and I think we weren’t even in the Champions League at the time. He called me and I said, “Of course.” I just decided in my heart that I was going to Liverpool because that’s where I see myself and it was the right time for me and the right club to achieve everything.

“So, I can say, of course, that we won a lot and I had a great time there. Incredible time at Liverpool, we won a lot. As I always say, my life is always [about a] challenge and when it came I told the club I want to leave, I want to go somewhere else to see the new challenge. It’s nothing but a challenge because I always want to challenge myself to get better and better.”

– Statistics show how much Liverpool will miss Mane

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– Real Madrid are ready to allow Takefusa Kubo are leaving, but would like to include a buyout clause in any deal, writes Sports world. The Japanese spent last season on loan at Mallorca, where he made 28 La Liga appearances, and Real Sociedad are reportedly keen to sign him permanently. Carlo Ancelotti’s team are demanding a fee of 7.5 million euros to part with the 21-year-old footballer.

Anthony determined to reunite with Ten Hag and join Manchester United this summer. Target. It is known that negotiations have already taken place between the Red Devils and the 22-year-old winger, although the official offer to Ajax Amsterdam has not yet been received. Anthony was a key player for the Dutch giants last season, scoring 12 goals in 21 Eredivisie games.

– Marseille not interested in acquiring Miralem Pyanich despite reports that he was targeted by a Ligue 1 side, writes Fabrizio Romano. The 32-year-old midfielder found himself out of Barcelona’s plans last season, having been sent on loan to Besiktas. blaugrana will look for ways to permanently remove him from the books. His contract at the Camp Nou runs until the summer of 2024.

Paul Pogba Representatives of the French national team will meet with Juventus on Thursday to conclude a deal in which the French team will return to Turin. Gianluca DiMarzio. The 29-year-old midfielder has been closely associated with the Serie A club in recent months and Allegri’s side are looking to add a number of signings this summer after failing to challenge for the league title last season. He is reportedly close to signing a three-year contract with an optional extra year.

– Montpellier are interested in signing the former right-back from Tottenham Hotspur and Villarreal. Serge Auriershows pedestrian market. The 29-year-old’s contract has expired as Unai Emery’s team decided not to renew his contract, though Aurier is reportedly expecting to receive offers from more established clubs in the coming weeks. Aurier made 19 appearances in La Liga last season.