Away from the coronavirus pandemic is the talk of the transfer news, the transfer window is already discussed and Uefa has approved an extension for the transfer deadline. In the transfer news players who their contract should have been terminated by the end of this month has been given an extension because of the impact of coronavirus pandemic on the football calendar.
Barcelona Transfer News
The first person we will be looking at is six times world best player Lionel Messi who is rumored to be in talks with a possible to Italian side Inter Milan. The Barcelona and Argentina captain, 32, has come out on his Intsagram account to deny all reports linking him with a move to Inter Milan.
Manchester City and Portugal full-back Joao Cancelo, 25, is wanted by Barcelona in a deal seeing his defensive compatriot Nelson Semedo, 26, going the other way. Former Barcelona forward Rivaldo, 47, has tipped Paris St-Germain’s21-year-old France forward Kylian Mbappe to join Real Madrid at the end of this season.
Everton Transfer News
Everton believes with the influence of their current coach Carlo Ancelotti, they can persuade Aston Villa’s midfielder Jack Grealish, who is linked with a move to Old Trafford. Everton will do everything to land the 24-year-old before Manchester United signs in the next transfer window.
Chelsea Transfer News
Barcelona flop Philip Coutinho could be returning to the English Premier League, the 27-years-old is linked to a move to Chelsea. Frank Lampard the current manager of Chelsea has indicated interest in the signing the Brazilian. Former Chelsea defender Frank Leboeuf is however on the opinion that Chelsea should not sign the midfielder who is currently on with Bayern Munich.
As Chelsea are looking at landing the Brazilian, Roma have requested they sell midfielder Pedro to them. The 32-year-old Spainard’s contract will be ending this summer at the end of the season, he is given a chance to play with them at the expiration of his contract.
Manchester United Transfer News
Nigerian former point man Odion Ighalo could be possibly make his deal with Manchester United a permanent one, former Nigerian goalkeeper Dosu Joseph says the attacker has done very well since joining the United side. He said the striker has greatly improved and as such Manchester United should be looking at making his deal a permanent one. His former club Shanghai Shenhua has already afforded the Nigerian huge amount of money to come back.