Messi To Man City, Aubameyang To Manchester United, Xhaka To Arsenal – Sunday Transfer Round Up

Messi

Manchester City believe that due to Pep Guardiola taking over the managerial position at the Etihad Stadium, Lionel Messi’s destination once he leaves the Nou Camp will be Etihad itself. Guardiola is a former Barcelona coach and a good friend of Messi’s. City believe they would be clear favourites to sign the 28-year-old Argentina star if he wants a new challenge. (Dailymail)

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

On the other side of Manchester City rivals Manchester United are rumored to be having secret talks with Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang’s representatives regarding the player’s transfer move to Old Trafford. While Borussia Dortmund state that the player is not for sale, United may rock their boat as the club is able and obviously will be more than willing to pay an amount north of £60m for the player. (Daily Mirror)

United are also reportedly looking out for Dutch 16 year old striker Tahith Chong, who is also a versatile winger. After impressing the Red Devil scouts while playing for Feyenoord’s Under 17 side at the Premier Cup held at United’s Carrington training complex last summer, United are prepared to offer the youngster a professional contract. (Manchester Evening News)

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Further Arsenal are reportedly closing a deal worth £33.7m with regards to signing Switzerland player Granit Xhaka. Arsenal will also be paying £120000 a-week as wages to the player. Latest reports reveal that the 23-year-old’s father has reportedly met with Emirates manager Arsene Wenger, who is believed to be ready to pay a fee of around €43m for his services. (Skysports Germany)

Liverpool are looking to sign Roma’s attacking midfielder Leandro Paredes. Reds scouts have watched the midfielder in action on multiple occasions this season. (Daily Express)

 

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Written by Sanjeevani Dhakal

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