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: Can Barça sign Silva but keep De Jong?

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Barcelona set to sign Manchester City midfielder Bernard Silva whether or not Frankie de Jong leaving as he says Daily sports.

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This summer, Barcelona spent more than 150 million euros on Robert Lewandowski, Rafinha as well as Jules Kundea AAndreas Christensen as well as Frank Kessy We arrived with free transfers. Nonetheless blaugranaThe financial problems reported by many have left them in a race against time to be able to register all of their new contracts for La Liga’s start next weekend.

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However, Diario Sport contends that De Jong’s departure is not essential to attracting Silva, although it would require additional fundraising efforts from the club.

Barça have already carried out three operations, which President Joan Laporta described as financial leverage, to raise funds for their new players. They sold 25% of their domestic television rights for 25 years in two separate deals to investment firm Sixth Street for over €500 million. They then sold 24.5% of their own production company Barca Studios to Socios.com for around €100m, which sources at the club told Sportzshala they believe will allow them to register all of their summer activities.

A source confirmed to Sportzshala that Barça’s finance team has known for days that a fourth financial leverage is required. The club hopes to sell another 24.5% of Barca Studios in the coming days.

Barcelona’s ideal scenario for De Jong remains that the former Ajax Amsterdam midfielder will either leave or take a pay cut if he stays. De Jong wants to stay at Barcelona amid interest from Manchester United and Chelsea and has no intention of taking a pay cut.

As for Silva, city manager Josep Guardiola said of Portugal earlier this week: “I want the players to be happy. Of course, I want Bernardo to be here, but I don’t know what will happen, to be honest, I don’t know.” t know.”

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PAPER Gossip

Callum Hudson-Odoi could leave Chelsea in search of more playing time Fabrizio Romanoand the Blues academy graduate didn’t even make it to the bench on the opening day of the club’s Saturday win over Everton. Southampton are pushing to sign him on loan, while Leicester City have also been discussed in recent days, with the final decision on Hudson-Odoi’s future remaining up to the player himself.

– West Ham United are considering signing a free agent. Dan-Axel Zagaduclaims Sun. Roma and Internazionale were also considering offering the centre-back a contract as his time at Borussia Dortmund ended in the summer.

– More than 20 clubs across Europe have made offers for the Manchester United winger. Alexander Garnacho on credit, according to Mirror. The Red Devils are currently undecided whether to allow the 18-year-old to leave temporarily to gain first-team experience or manage his development at the club and make a potential loan request in January.

– Feyenoord centre-back Marcos Senesi will fly to England tomorrow to sign a contract to join AFC Bournemouth, by Fabrizio Romano, who adds that the transfer fee is €15m plus allowances for the Dutch club, and the contract is for four years. It was another boost for Scott Parker after the Cherries marked their return to the Premier League with a 2-0 win over Aston Villa.

— Juventus have problems with unloading Daniele Rugani due to the requirements of the central defender, according to transfer market. He wants 3 million euros a year and wants to stay in Italy, which proves the problem as Galatasaray are the only club to offer such a salary so far. Sampdoria will reportedly offer €1.5 million and ask Juventus to pay the other half.