Transfer rumours: Rice, Soler, Asensio, Pogba, Van de Beek, Ramsey, Foden, Adeyemi

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Manchester United are still keen on Declan Rice, West Ham and England's midfielder, even though they have decided not to sell the 22-year old this summer. (ESPN) External-link

Liverpool are considering a move for Carlos Soler (Valencia and Spain midfielder), who has a release clause of 125m in his contract. Jurgen Klopp, Reds boss, views Soler as a potential replacement for Georginio Wijldum (30), who moved free to join Paris St-Germain this summer. (Fichajes in Spanish) external link

Liverpool are also interested Marco Asensio (25-year-old Spain attacker) who is willing to leave Real Madrid to start a new career. (Todofichajes, in Spanish) external-link

Red Bull Salzburg forward Karim Aeyemi, aged 19, is being sought by Liverpool, Barcelona, and Bayern Munich. Adeyemi scored his first goal for Germany on Sunday. (Bild) External-link

Donny van de Beek, the agent for Manchester United midfielder, said that he had talks with Everton about a possible summer move for his 24-year-old Dutchman. (Express) external link

Van de Beek claims that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanted him to stay at Old Trafford, after he had spoken with United bosses about his future. (Vibe With Five) External-link

PSG has turned its attention to AC Milan and Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kssie, 24 because they believe Paul Pogba (Manchester United and France) would prefer a move from Real Madrid next summer. (Defensa Central – in Spanish) external link

Tottenham may also be interested in Kessie. They might even be willing to sell Tanguy Ndombele, a 24-year-old French midfielder, as a makeweight. (Express) External-link

A clause in Neymar's PSG contract that is unusual allows him to earn a 465,000-per month 'ethical bonus. The Brazilian forward, now 29, has cost the French club more 419m than his 2017 world-record transfer to Barcelona. (Mundo Deportivo via Express) external-link

Inter Milan is working to extend the contracts of Lautaro Martinez (Argentina striker), and Nicolo Barella (Italien midfielder), both 24. (Fabrizio Romano) external-link

Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny has been denied a move to Besiktas due to his wage demands. Elneny spent the 2019-20 season on loan at Besiktas and also saw a switch from Galatasaray canceled for the same reasons. (talkSPORT). External-link

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Aaron Ramsey, a Wales midfielder, turned down numerous offers to leave Juventus this summer because he wanted to keep his place in the starting line-up under Massimiliano Allgri. (Calciomercato - in Italian) external-link

Phil Foden, 21 years old, will be offered a new 6-year contract by Manchester City despite him having only three years remaining on his current contract. (Manchester Evening News). external-link

Atletico Madrid may sign Emiliano Martinez, a 29-year-old Argentina goalkeeper from Aston Villa, if Slovenian international Jan Oblak (28), leaves La Liga champions next season. (La Razon, in Spanish) external link

France forward Antoine Griezmann (30) took a 40% pay cut to join Atletico Barcelona from this summer. (Goal) External-link

Manchester City and PSG keep an eye on France left-back Theo Hernandez (23), and AC Milan. (Calciomercato - in Italian) external-link

Inter Milan is interested in signing Corentin Tolisso (27), France's midfielder, on a free transfer after his Bayern Munich contract expires next season. (Tuttosport via Sempre Inter) external-link

Daniel Sturridge scored in an behind-closed-doors friendly against Mallorca. The former England striker, now 32, is still looking for a new club after being a free agent since March 2020. (Mirror). external-link

After being released by Manchester United this season, Aliou Traore (20 years old) will be joining Parma as a free agent. (Fabrizio Romano) external-link

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