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3 clubs interested in Casemiro named; Liverpool make move for £60m midfielder

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Manchester United midfielder Casemiro could leave the club this summer amid interest from Saudi Pro League trio Al Nassr, Al Ahli and Al Qasidiya. (GOAL – Brazil)

Real Madrid have internally discussed the prospect of re-signing Achraf Hakimi from Paris Saint-Germain. The Moroccan is under contract until 2026 but talks have stalled over a new deal. (AS – Spain)

Chelsea are among several Premier League sides who are interested in Leeds United winger Crysencio Summerville. Liverpool have also been linked with the Dutchman. (Daily Telegraph)

Barcelona have reached out to Atalanta over the availability of Ederson, who is also being monitored by Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. (Calciomercato – Italy)

Manchester City could make a move for Wolves winger Pedro Neto, who would push for a transfer to the Etihad Stadium if the opportunity presented itself. (Football Insider)

Pedro Neto

Neto has been tipped to leave Wolves / James Gill – Danehouse/GettyImages

Liverpool have made an enquiry to Porto over the availability of star midfielder Alan Varela, whose contract contains a release clause worth roughly £60m. Bayern Munich and Man City are also interested. (Deportes 24 – Argentina)

Arsenal remain interested in signing Douglas Luiz but recognise that it would be difficult to pry him away from Aston Villa. (Fabrizio Romano)

In terms of outgoings, Arsenal had been hoping to sell Aaron Ramsdale to Newcastle United for £30m, but the Magpies have been put off by this asking price and will pursue a cheaper deal for Burnley’s James Trafford instead. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham will now look to sign a new striker after renewing Timo Werner’s loan from RB Leipzig for the 2024/25 season. (Evening Standard)

However, Richarlison has insisted he does not plan to leave Tottenham this summer after being linked with a move away. (Instagram)

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