Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Next Spurs boss to be given Bale choice



Posted Tuesday, May 04, 2021 by Goal.com

Kent to benefit from bidding war

Regardless of where he ends up playing next season, Ryan Kent could be in line for a big raise, as the Daily Record writes that Rangers will enter a bidding war on his wages with Leeds United.

Kent, 24, is a Liverpool youth product who has delivered his best season to date in Scotland with nine goals and eight assists for Steven Gerrard's side.

Now, Rangers will try to price Leeds out with a fresh contract offer.

Doekhi gets Newcastle attention

Vitesse centre-back Danilho Doekhi has garnered interest from Newcastle as he enters the final year of his contract, according to De Telegraaf.

The Dutch defender has become an important figure for his Eredivisie team, starting 29 times this season.

With the Magpies now expected to stay up in the Premier League, the 22-year-old could serve as a defensive building block to ensure a more comfortable experience for the club next campaign.

Arsenal move for Kamara

Glen Kamara is drawing interest from Arsenal, says Football Insider, with the Rangers midfielder potentially ready to return to the place he spent time as an academy member.

The Gunners are ready to offer the 25-year-old a five-year contract as they seek help in central areas.

Rangers will try to keep Kamara by offering an improved deal.

Next Tottenham boss will be given Bale choice

Gareth Bale's future will be decided by whomever Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy hires as the club's next permanent manager, claims the Daily Mail.

Interim boss Ryan Mason declined to speculate on Bale when asked this past weekend, and the choice could be outside his control if Levy brings in an outside candidate to Spurs' dugout.

Bale, on loan from Real Madrid, netted a hat-trick this past weekend against Sheffield United and has scored nine league goals for the season.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Next Spurs boss to be given Bale choice

Gladbach transfer choices gain clarity

Borussia Monchengladbach are likely to lose Marcus Thuram and Denis Zakaria this summer, claims Bild, but they are in position to keep key young midfielder Florian Neuhaus and centre-back Matthias Ginter in a boost for their 2021-22 ambitions.

The club has known a difficult window could arrive after head coach Marco Rose left for Dortmund, so preventing an all-out exodus appears the top priority.

Leverkusen in the mix for Jorge

Bayer Leverkusen will try to sign Santos attacker Kaio Jorge this summer, writes Kicker, but they must fight off Juventus and likely several other clubs to make that happen.

Jorge, 19, is one of Brazil's top prospects still stationed in South America and made Goal's 2021 NXGN list.

Iturbe set for free agency

Former Roma forward Juan Iturbe will be a free agent as his contract with Pumas will soon be terminated, according to ESPN Deportes.

The 27-year-old born in Argentina has played in Mexico for the past five seasons after spending his formative football years in Europe.



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