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Ladies and gentlemen, brace yourselves for the latest transfer blitz! It’s time to dive into the world of football frenzy, where the rumours are swirling faster than a winger down the touchline. Get ready to strap on your seatbelts, because we’ve got some sizzling scoops coming in from all corners of the beautiful game.

First up, we’ve got the Brazilian sensation Neymar, that’s right, the Neymar Jr., making headlines again. This time, the Paris St-Germain maestro is allegedly swapping his beret for a desert oasis, as he’s reportedly agreed to a two-season escapade with Saudi Pro League giants Al-Hilal. But, hold your horses, folks, there’s a catch – a hefty 160 million euros catch, to be precise. That’s a whole lot of falafel, my friends, and it’s contingent on these two parties striking a transfer fee agreement. Can they seal the deal? Only time will tell. (L’Equipe – in French)

And speaking of Al-Hilal, it seems they’re not done shopping just yet. They’re back in the market, eyeing up Fulham’s Serbian sharpshooter, Aleksandar Mitrovic. Will they nab this goal-getter? Keep your eyes peeled. (Mail)

Now, hold onto your hats, folks, because the Premier League isn’t about to be left in the shadows. Brighton’s Ecuadorian midfield dynamo, Moises Caicedo, could soon be trading his seagull wings for the royal blue of Chelsea. The rumor mill is buzzing with talks of a medical check-up as early as Monday, and if all goes according to plan, we’re talking about a jaw-dropping 115 million pound switcheroo. Strap in, it’s gonna be a wild ride. (Talksport)

And hey, what’s a transfer window without a bit of Newcastle United action? The Magpies are on the hunt for a left-back, and they’ve got their eyes set on Arsenal’s Kieran Tierney or Chelsea’s Marc Cucurella. It’s like a left-back showdown, folks, and Newcastle’s in the ring. Ding ding! (Telegraph – subscription required)

But wait, there’s more! Tottenham’s wheels are turning, and they’re eyeing up Arsenal’s young American ace, Folarin Balogun. With Harry Kane waving goodbye, Spurs are on the prowl for fresh firepower. Will Balogun be the one to step into those giant shoes? Let’s see how this saga unfolds. (Gazzetta dello Sport – in Italian)

Hold your horses, though, because the big dogs are also circling. Liverpool, Bayern Munich, and PSG are all casting their gaze on PSV Eindhoven’s gem, Ibrahim Sangare. The price tag? A cool 32 million pounds. That’s some serious cheddar, and it seems Nottingham Forest’s advances have already been shunned. (ESPN Netherlands – in Dutch). Bayern have seen the Dortmund season preview for 2023/24 and know they need to strengthen with more than just Harry Kane!

And here’s a twist in the tale! Bayern Munich has given Manchester United the cold shoulder, rejecting their offer for French defender Benjamin Pavard. But hold onto your hats, folks, because Pavard’s not giving up that easily. Word on the street is, he’s pushing for that Red Devils move, and an improved bid might just be on the horizon. (Sky Sport Germany – in German, Mail). United have been checking the Bundesliga data and really want Pavard this summer.

And speaking of the Red Devils, they’ve got their sights set on a midfield maestro. Belgium’s Amadou Onana is on their radar, and they’re eagerly waiting to see what Everton’s gonna ask for this young talent. Hold onto your chequebooks, folks, things might get interesting. (Mail)

But the season preview drama doesn’t stop there, my friends. Anthony Martial, the French flair extraordinaire, is set for some heart-to-heart talks with Manchester United. West Ham’s ears are perked up, and they’re not the only ones – a trio of clubs are vying for Martial’s signature. The plot thickens! (Mirror)

Ajax, the Dutch masters, are making moves of their own. They’re swooping in to snatch up former England Under-21 star Chuba Akpom from Middlesbrough for a cool 10 million pounds. It’s a tale of a new chapter for Akpom, and Ajax is writing the script. (Athletic – subscription required)

Now, hold onto your hats, City fans! England’s speedster Kyle Walker isn’t about to trade the blue half of Manchester for lederhosen in Munich. Nope, he’s staying put with the Citizens, signing on the dotted line for a fresh contract. The sky’s the limit, folks! (Fabrizio Romano)

But wait, Manchester City’s shopping spree isn’t over just yet. If they can’t get their hands on West Ham’s samba star Lucas Paqueta, they’re eyeing up Crystal Palace’s French prodigy Michael Olise. It’s a midfield tussle, my friends, and City’s in the ring. (Football Insider)

Hold onto your scarves, Liverpool fans, because the Reds are ready to throw down. They’re set to match Chelsea’s offer for Southampton’s Belgian wonderkid, Romeo Lavia. The price tag? A hefty 55 million pounds. It’s a battle for the brightest young talent, and the Premier League’s heavyweights are going toe-to-toe. (Talksport)

And just across the channel, Juventus is cooking up some transfer magic. They’re in deep discussions with Chelsea over the services of Romelu Lukaku, the Belgian striker with an appetite for goals. Will Turin be his next stop? The plot thickens, my friends. (Corriere Dello Sport – in Italian)

And last but not least, the enigma that is Eric Dier. The English midfielder finds himself in a bit of a pickle as he’s left out of new manager Ange Postecoglou’s squad. Is this the beginning of a new chapter, or the end of an era? The suspense is killing us! (Mail)

And there you have it, folks! The transfer carousel keeps on spinning, the rumors keep on swirling, and the football world keeps on buzzing. Who’s in? Who’s out? Only time will tell in this glorious game of transfer madness. Until next time, keep your eyes on the headlines and your heart in the game! Jeff Stelling, signing off.