Latest Transfer News – 14 June 2019

All the news and rumours including the latest on Gareth Bale, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Paul Pogba, Maurizio Sarri’s future and more. 1
  • Leicester’s £90m valuation of Harry Maguire has put a hold on the England defender’s proposed transfer to Manchester City.
  • Massimiliano Allegri ruled himself out of the running to replace Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea on Thursday night, announcing he is taking a year off.
  • Staff at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium have been sent for extra training on pest control after Sportsmail revealed the venue had been hit by an infestation of mice.
  • Sheffield United are among the clubs who have made an offer to free agent and former Manchester United captain Antonio Valencia.
  • Sheffield United are lining up one of football’s most unlikely transfers of all-time in Franck Ribery.
  • Stoke are lining up Joe Hart to replace Jack Butland this summer.
  • Celtic have opened talks over a deal to land Republic of Ireland midfielder Luca Connell from Bolton.
  • Sought-after Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt will end up costing interested parties around £80m this summer.
  • Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is reportedly closing in on a move to Inter Milan.
  • Tottenham could break their transfer record twice this summer, with Mauricio Pochettino keen on Giovani Lo Celso and Tanguy Ndombele.
  • Arsenal will demand £10.6m for captain Laurent Koscielny as Borussia Dortmund step up their interest.
  • Adrien Rabiot could be set to sensationally stay at Paris Saint-Germain, despite initially appearing to have no future at the club having not appeared since before Christmas.
  • Real Madrid are set to continue their summer transfer spree with the arrival of Japanese starlet Takefusa Kubo.
  • Eden Hazard’s request for the Real Madrid number 10 shirt has been rejected by Luka Modric.
  • Celta Vigo are trying to steal Celtic target Christopher Jullien while the Hoops are busy thrashing out a deal for 18-year-old Bolton midfielder Luca Connell.
  • Lyon are poised to join the race to land Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham.
  • Former Cardiff and Southampton manager Dave Jones has revealed moving to Scotland to become Kilmarnock boss would be an exciting prospect.