Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Inter resume pursuit of Lukaku



Posted Tuesday, July 02, 2019 by Goal.com

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Inter resume pursuit of Lukaku

Altidore has $25m offer from China

United States international Jozy Altidore has an $25 million (£20m) offer from Jiangsu Suning FC, according to Steve Goff of the Washington Post.

The Chinese club are offering Toronto FC a transfer fee of $10m, while Altidore would make $25m over the course of a three-year deal.

Altidore signed an extension with Toronto in February through 2022 and makes $6.3 million per season.

Atlanta United sign Hyndman on loan

Atlanta United have secured the signing of United States international Emerson Hyndman on loan for the remainder of the season, the MLS side have announced.

The Bournemouth midfielder will be eligible to feature for the reigning MLS champions when the league's secondary transfer window opens July 9.

Atlanta also has the option to make the move for the 23-year-old permanent at the end of the 2019 season for an undisclosed fee.

Ndombele to have Spurs medical

Tanguay Ndombele is expected to have a medical on Tuesday ahead of a possible £65m record move to Tottenham, according to the Daily Mail.

Ndombele has agreed a five-year contract with Spurs and will move on an initial £56.5m fee, with another £8.5m possible through add ons.

The Lyon midfielder has now arrived in London in order to undergo the final steps to complete the move.

Arsenal plan raid for £12m Bowen

Arsenal are readying a move for 22-year-old Hull striker Jarrod Bowen, who can be had for £12 million ($15m) reports the Sun.

Bowen has been on the Gunnars radar since January, and they have come away impressed with him after the Hull man netted 22 times last season.

Tottenham were also watching Bowen, but have yet to make an official approach.

Jenkinson a possible Wan-Bissaka replacement

Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson is seen at Crystal Palace as a potential replacement for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, according to the Sun.

Jenkinson could be had for a fee of around £5 million ($6m) and Palace manager Roy Hodgson is a fan of the former England international, who he capped in 2012.

Arsenal are hoping to raise funds to sign Wilfried Zaha, who Unai Emery has made his priority this summer.

Man Utd ready Longstaff offer

Manchester United are preparing to make their first approach for Newcastle's Sean Longstaff this week, according to the Telegraph.

United are working on a single transfer at a time this summer, so after securing Aaron Wan-Bissaka's signature, they have turned to the £25 million ($32m) Longstaff.

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to land another signing before the club heads on their pre-season tour in Australia and Asia.

Inter resume pursuit of Lukaku

The Serie A club is hoping for a two-year loan with a €70m purchase option

Inter are ready to resume the chase to sign Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku in hopes of securing loan for the Belgian, according to Gianlucadimarzio.com.

The Serie A club are hoping to secure Lukaku on a two-year loan arrangement, with a forced purchase option of €70 million (£63m/$79m).

Inter want to set up a meeting with United in order to hammer out an agreement.

Arsenal offered Fekir for £30m

The Gunners could secure the services of the playmaker for half the price Liverpool nearly paid last summer

Arsenal have been offered the chance to sign Lyon playmaker Nabil Fekir for £30 million ($38m), according to the Mirror.

The Gunners have made an offer for Wilfried Zaha, but are unlikely to secure his services unless Crystal Palace can be convinced to substantially cut their price.

Fekir nearly moved to Liverpool for twice that price, only for the deal to fall apart due to medicals, and is unhappy over how that move broke down.

Lampard agrees to Chelsea return

Frank Lampard has agreed on a contract at Stamford Bridge and an announcement by Chelsea is thought to be imminent after Derby County allowed him to skip the first day of pre-season to complete the deal.

Chelsea will buy out the last two years of Lampard's Rams contract at the cost of £4m ($5.06m) to replace their former head coach Maurizio Sarri, who joined Juventus a fortnight ago in a deal worth upwards of £5m ($6.32m).

The 41-year-old returns to the club where spent 13 years, scoring 211 goals in 649 games in what is the most successful era in the club's history.



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