Mbappe, Rabiot, Dembele, Skriniar and Milan: Mercato Seven news for Wednesday

Mbappe, Rabiot, Dembele, Skriniar and Milan: Mercato Seven news for Wednesday

Manchester United will consider Mbappe for January

After his resounding statements against Erik ten Hag and the Glazer family, Cristiano Ronaldo should not stay long at Manchester United. Thus, to replace the five-pointed Ballon d’Or, the Red Devils will consider recruiting Kylian Mbappe from January. The Daily Mirror. The current Premier League fifth would be willing to spend no less than €170m to afford the Paris Saint-Germain forward.
  • We saw : Paris Saint-Germain will not let Kylian Mbappe slip away during the season and the player will not go to United.


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Rabiot looks back on the last transfer window

Announced close to Manchester United this summer, Adrien Rabiot finally stayed at Juventus. Without remorse, according to the French international community, which was captured on Wednesday by Gazzetta dello Sport. “That’s right, there were contacts in the Premier League, but fortunately I stayed, that was definitely the best decision… I’m focused on the World Cup. We are in no hurry with the club, there is calmsaid the former Parisian, under contract with the Bianconeri until June 2023.
  • We saw : The 27-year-old has had a good start to the season with Juventus and a contract extension cannot be ruled out.

Skriniar close to extension with Inter?

Paris Saint-Germain’s priority target at the heart of the defense for the winter transfer window has announced that Milan Skriniar will be the subject of a new approach from Inter Milan to extend his contract, Gazzetta dello Sport. The Italian daily reported that the Lombard club will be close to achieving their goals and that they may offer a new four-year lease for the Slovakian international defender with a salary of €6m per year at stake.

  • We saw : The more days go by, the more Milan Skriniar moves away from Paris Saint-Germain.

Imagine the Barcelona of the future with Dembele

whether Brand It was revealed on Tuesday that the release clause for Ousmane Dembele is €50m. FC Barcelona is seeking to offer the former Rennes a new contract, currently linked to the Blaugrana until June 2024.Usman is happy and excited. The time will soon come to discuss a new leaseThis is what Joan Laporta told the Spanish press.
  • We saw A lot of things can still happen between now and the end of the season. Nothing in this file is running.

Bin Nasser is preparing to sign a new contract with AC Milan

Linked to Milan until June 2024, Ismail Bennacer should soon extend his contract for another three seasons. He reveals that the Algerian international midfielder (40 caps) may sign his new lease at the end of the year and triple his annual salary (4 million euros plus bonuses). Gazzetta dello Sport.

  • We saw kisa: It would be a fair reward given his recent performance.

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Milan thinks about Aouar

While his contract with OL expires next June, Houssem Aouar will be in the small press for Milan according to RMC Sport and Foot Mercato. The Italian champions are said to be the most demanding club for the 24-year-old midfielder at the moment.

  • We saw : OL may not have said his last word on the matter, but time is running out.

They were on trial in Le Havre

The daily revealed that Jean Armel Canna Beek has been released since July 1 and his contract at Metz has expired. Paris Normandy. Following the departure of Zakaria Diallo during the season, the current L2 leader is looking to strengthen his defence.

  • We saw : To finish it all off, it would be a great story for the 33-year-old Cameroonian international (6 caps).


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