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Transfer News: Liverpool ‘to trigger £75m release clause for Sevilla’s Jules Kounde, Manchester City ‘table contract offer for Real Madrid’s Luka Modric!



Liverpool ‘to trigger £75m release clause for Sevilla’s Jules Kounde

The Reds are reportedly looking to activate the Sevilla centre-back Jules Kounde’s contract release clause this month.

The France international has been linked with a transfer away from the La Liga club, with Chelsea, Manchester United, and Real Madrid all all interested in signing the France international.

According to El Nacional, Liverpool are ‘prepared to pay’ Kounde’s €90 million (£75 million) release clause in order to sign him in January, with the defender also keen on making the mid-season transfer to Anfield.

Manchester City ‘table contract offer for Real Madrid’s Luka Modric’

Manchester City are said to have made a contract offer to Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric for the summer transfer window. His current contract at the Santiago Bernabeu expires in June, and the 36-year-old is now free to make pre-contract deals with foreign teams.

According to a recent report, the Citizens were keeping a close eye on the Croatia international’s position, with the midfielder reportedly ‘running out of patience’ with Los Blancos over contract negotiations. Now, according to Fichajes, Man City have made an offer to sign Modric this summer, with Pep Guardiola willing to capture the experienced playmaker for at least two seasons.

Dusan Vlahovic signing ‘would cost Arsenal £150m in total’

Arsenal will have to pay £150 million to recruit Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina, according to reports. The Serbia international is one of Europe’s most sought-after attackers, with the Gunners willing to pay a hefty price to get him in January.

Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal’s North London rivals, as well as Manchester City, Real Madrid, and Juventus, are all interested in signing Vlahovic. According to the Daily Mail, teams interested in signing Vlahovic would have to pay a £58 million transfer fee, with the striker demanding a weekly wage of about £300,000 over a five-year deal.

Manchester United preparing to open Marcus Rashford contract talks

Marcus Rashford is expected to sign a new long-term deal with Manchester United before the end of the season, according to reports. The 24-year-old recently reaffirmed his commitment to his boyhood club after making 286 appearances for United in all competitions.

However, after recovering from a shoulder injury in October, the academy graduate has struggled for form, making only 15 appearances and providing only three goals and one assist. United, according to the Daily Mail, are still seeking new terms with the England international, who is effectively committed to Old Trafford until the end of the 2023-24 season.

Barcelona forward Memphis Depay ‘rejects Newcastle United move

Barcelona attacker, Memphis Depay is reportedly still opposed to a move to Newcastle United. Despite only joining Camp Nou during the summer transfer window, there appears to be no certainty that the 27-year-old will remain with the Catalan giants in the long term.

According to El Nacional, Depay “does not trust” newly-appointed head coach Xavi, spurring him to consider leaving for another club.

However, the report claims that the Netherlands international is unwilling to consider a lucrative move to St James’ Park in the middle of the season.

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