LIVE Transfer Talk: Bernardo Silva desperate for Barcelona move and wants Man City exit

Pep Guardiola confirmed that Manchester City is interested in Harry Kane, if Tottenham are open to negotiations. (0:50).The European Leagues' summer transfer window has closed for the season. This means that the largest clubs will be looking to make a big splash before the new season starts. You can find all the official deals and gossip here.TOP STORY: Bernardo Silva of Man City could be heading to BarcelonaPep Guardiola, Manchester City manager, has admitted Bernardo Silva could be leaving the Etihad in the summer. City is looking to spend big and have signed Jack Grealish from Aston Villa for 100 million. They've also been linked to Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane, former Barcelona star Lionel Messi and now it seems more likely that Bernardo Silva will join Paris Saint-Germain.The Sun has now reported that Silva will be having showdown talks to push through a cheap move from Barcelona. He is keen to play for LaLiga and Jorge Mendes, his agent, is already trying to broker a move to the Catalan titans despite their financial woes. Silva was deemed surplus to Guardiola's requirements.City will not accept offers below 45 million -- a figure that Barcelona won't pay because of their financial problems. Silva is determined to move to Camp Nou and will ask Guardiola for permission to join Barcelona. The report suggests that they may have sufficient funds to make a deal cheaply after Messi's departure.Although Silva's four-year stay in Manchester seems to be over, questions remain about whether Silva will be able move to Monaco.Marcotti: How this Messi-Barca saga will unfoldStream ESPN FC Daily on ESPN+ (U.S. Only)LIVE BLOG10.32 BST: Miralem Pjanic will decide his future this weekend. According to Mundo Deportivo, the Barcelona midfielder is expected to return on loan to Juventus.Barcelona will take on Juventus in Sunday's Joan Gamper trophy. Executives from both clubs are expected sit down to finalise Pjanic’s return to Turin.Barca is desperate to lower their wage bill in order to register their new players for next season. They are willing to assist Pjanic's departure and loan the player to Juve up to two seasons free of charge.31-year-old Pjanic spent four seasons at Juve, before signing for Barca in 2020 in a 60m transfer. Arthur went the opposite way for 72m. Although he made 30 appearances at all competitions for the Catalan giants, he was not a regular starter.10.12 BST: According to Mundo Deportivo, Sergio Aguero is not planning to leave Barcelona after Lionel Messi's departure.After his contract with Manchester City expired, Aguero, 33 years old, signed as a free agent for Barca. Beteve says that Aguero told his representatives to review the clauses of his contract in order to explore the possibility of him leaving Camp Nou this month. He feels let down by Barca.Mundo Deportivo has been denied these reports by Aguero's entourage.After signing a two-year contract, the forward from Argentina signed with Barca. He then teamed up with Messi in winning the Copa America with Argentina earlier in this month.Calciomercato reports at 09.55 BST that Chelsea will offer 50 million to striker Timo Werner in exchange for Matthijs De Ligt, Juventus' defender.De Ligt is 21 and considered the successor of veteran centre-back Thiago Silva, although sources tell ESPN that Chelsea are in negotiations to buy Sevilla defender Jules Kounde for 70m.Juventus may prefer a swap deal with Jorginho as a midfielder, but might not be willing to let De Ligt go just a few years after his move from Ajax for 75m.09.23 BST: Vissel Kobe has announced the signing Yoshinori Muto, a former Japan international striker who was released by Newcastle United.Muto's contract was terminated by mutual consent with the English club during the week. Muto had been with the club for three years, but it is now up to one year.After six seasons in Europe, the 29-year-old signs for Mainz FC Tokyo in Germany.Muto will join a Kobe team that also includes Andres Iniesta, a former Barcelona and Spain midfielder. They are currently third in the standings.09:00 BST: Paris Saint-Germain is ready to offer Lionel Messi, according to sources. The three-year deal will allow him to move to Paris.Earlier, Mauricio Pochettino, the coach at PSG, stated that signing Messi, 34, "was possible." Sources also confirmed that further negotiations are being held with Jorge's agent and father, Jorge.This deal could have an effect on Kylian Mbappe, Manchester United's Kylian Mbappe, and Paul Pogba, Manchester United's Paul Pogba's futures.ESPN was told by sources that PSG reached out directly to Messi after Barca's unexpected announcement that he wouldn't be signing a new contract with them. Leonardo, the PSG sporting director, and Nasser al Khhelaifi, the chairman, are heavily involved in the talks with Messi. They have been in touch with Jorge for some time.Julien Laurens explains how PSG's dream to land Messi after his departure from Barcelona is now a reality.PAPER GOSSIP (By Danny LewisMarca reports that Real Madrid is waiting for a call from Nasser Al Khalaifi, president of PSG, regarding Kylian Mbappe. Los Blancos have a plan in place for when they need to move quickly. This is especially important if Messi leaves Barcelona. They are currently concentrating on players offloading and will only make a 150m move to Mbappe if it is successful.Internazionale is in negotiations with Chelsea to make a deal for Romelu Lukaku. However, they refuse to accept Marcos Alonso or Davide Zappacosta as part of any agreement, according Calciomercato. As they search for a right-wing back and two strikers, the Serie A champions want to spend between 115m-120m. PSV Eindhoven's Denzel Dumfries, their preferred option for the right flank is the champions, while forwards that they are considering are Atalanta’s Duvan Zapata and Joaquin Correa of Lazio, Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamacca and Roma’s Edin Dzeko.West Ham United want to sign Fiorentina's Nikola Mililenkovic. However, L'Equipe reports that the Hammers are interested in Marseille centre-back Duje Car. The initial offer was 14m and could rise to 17m. However, the Ligue 1 outfit wants a total of about 20m.According to Calciomercato, AC Milan is interested in signing River Plate's Julian Alvarez. Scouts have been following the 21-year old forward for some time and seem to like what they see. Negotiations have been opened between the two clubs. Alvarez has a 25m release clause, while Aston Villa is also interested in him.Reports Football Insider that Newcastle United is leading the race for Manchester United centre-back Axel Tuanzebe's loan signing, because they are most likely to give him regular playing time. Villa are also interested according to the report and will pay the multimillion-pound loan fees, though Tyrone Mings or Ezri Konsa may stand in the way of the 23-year old.