Transfer rumours: Lingard among several Manchester United stars who could be sold

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Lingard among several Manchester United stars who could be sold

Arteta: Stars still want to sign for Arsenal

Mikel Arteta says that he believes that big stars still want to join Arsenal.

The manager says that he has faith in the club’s ability to recruit new talent, even if the Gunners miss out on European football for next season.

Osimhen nears Napoli move

Victor Osimhen is very close to sealing his move to Napoli, reports Sky Sports.

The forward is set to sign a deal with the club that will tie him to the Serie A side through 2025.

Napoli are still finalising the last few details with Lille, paving the way for a transfer in the coming days.

Paraguay international joins Nimes

Talleres have announced that the club has sold Andres Cubas to Olympique Nimes.

The midfielder will head to France after playing 38 matches for Talleres, including several in the Copa Libertadores.

Cubas, a once-capped Paraguay international, originally joined Talleres from Boca Juniors.

Independiente’s Dominguez declares himself a free agent due to missed payments

Cecelio Dominguez says that he is now a free agent as the Paraguayan claims that Independiente have missed out on several payments, reports TyC.

Dominguez says he has written to the club to declare himself a free agent due to the club’s current debt and non-compliance with his contract.

He is the second player to announce their frustration with the club recently, with Silvio Romero saying he does not plan on continuing on with the team.

Lingard among Man Utd stars that could be sold

Jesse Lingard is one of several players that Manchester United could sell this summer to raise funds, reports the Telegraph.

Alexis Sanchez, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, Diogo Dalot and Lingard have been deemed available by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who would listen to offers for any of those listed.

Given last summer’s spending spree on Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James, as well as the winter purchase of Bruno Fernandes, Man Utd will be unable to make any big deals unless several players are moved this summer.

Alaba’s future remains uncertain

David Alaba’s future with Bayern Munich remains uncertain as the defender has yet to agree to a new contract.

According to Bild, talks between the two parties have reached an impasse due to the Austrian’s salary demands.

So far, no club has made a serious offer for Alaba, who has been linked to Manchester City and Real Madrid.

Jesus set to return to Benfica

Jorge Jesus is set to complete his return to Benfica this week, reports SportTV.

The manager, who coached Benfica from 2009-15, is set to return to the club, having most recently managed Flamengo in Brazil.

Jesus is also set to bring several Flamengo players with him, with Gerson and Bruno Henrique set to make the move to Portugal.

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