Barca's ultimate offer for Lewandowski, De Ligt wants to leave Juventus

Barca’s ultimate offer for Lewandowski, De Ligt wants to leave Juventus

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Last straight line for Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski would love to be managed by Xavi. According to Sport, Barça will launch the final offensive to recruit the Pole. The Blaugranas will submit an offer of around 40 million euros for the striker to Bayern Munich next week. Despite the inflexibility shown so far by the German club, Barca hope to reach an agreement with Bayern before mid-July. The culés don’t want Lewandowski to start the pre-season with Julian Nagelsmann.

De Ligt aims for the Premier League

This Friday, the Corriere Dello Sport opens its edition of the day with Matthijs de Ligt who would like to leave Juventus Turin for the Premier League. The 22-year-old defender has two years left on his contract, and according to the Italian media, Juve and the player’s clan have not agreed on an extension. As a result, the Old Lady would now agree to let him go if a substantial offer arrives on the table. Obviously the English clubs are on the spot. Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are said to be on the case. The Dutchman has a departure clause set at 120 million euros, but 80 million could satisfy the Bianconeri leaders.

Jesus at the Gunners

Gabriel Jesus has been courted by Arsenal and Tottenham for several weeks. The Brazilian is not against a departure, because with the arrivals of Haaland and Alvarez, his starting place seems compromised. He wants to make sure he has playing time to convince the Brazilian coach to take him on to play in the next World Cup. According to the DailyMirror, Jesus decided between his two courtiers. It is Arsenal who will be able to carry out the heist of the summer like the title of the tabloid. It must be said that Tottenham withdrew from the race. According to Daily Star and the Daily Express, the Gunners are close to signing Gabriel Jesus for almost 60 million euros. A sum that we can consider substantial, but that the English newspapers consider reasonable when you think that Mikel Arteta absolutely needs an excellent scorer since the departure of Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.

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