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Updated European transfer news last week (Part 2)

This is entirely possible when many big clubs in Europe still want Griezmann. Among them, PSG is considered to be very serious with this deal.

The French team wants to bring Griezmann to join Mbappe and Neymar to become the strongest attacking trio in Europe. Not to mention having him also helps PSG better retain the other two stars before the drag of Real Madrdi and Barcelona.

In addition to the liquidation of Griezmann, Barcelona is currently on a contract extension with Clement Lenglet. The former Sevilla star is currently the only name the Catalan upper class can trust in the center of the execution. Because the remaining two names including Pique are old, Samuel Umtiti is injured. Information from the Nou Camp reveals Lenglet’s new contract will help him nearly double his income. In addition, the cost of breaking new contracts will increase to 300 million Euro.

Another Spanish giant is also active on Techmart. According to a source from the Daily Mail, Vulture is keen to get Sadio Mane of Liverpool. This is the name that coach Zinadine Zidane has long admired and many times shared his desire to work with. This season Mane still plays very well in Liverpool with 16 goals and 8 assists. His contract with The Kop is still valid for more than 3 years. So Real Madrid will have to prepare up to 140 million pounds to get him.

To get this number, it is likely that Real Madrid will liquidate some pillars. Luka Jovic, one of the five recruits of Vulture’s last summer will most likely be the one to leave. Since arriving at the Bernabeu, the former Frankfurt star has performed poorly. Up to this point, he played only 770 minutes and only 2 goals and 2 assists for the Royal team. In the last 3 matches, Jovic is not included in Real’s registration list. There are 3 teams that want to rescue him, MU, West Ham and Napoli. In which Napoli is considered the most positive when the attack is quite thin and ineffective. The price of Jovic is currently around 50 million euros.

Since becoming the new coach of The Blues, Frank Lampard has continuously discovered and hit many young stars of the team. Under his direction, Tammy Abraham played explosively and was among the top scoring goals in the Premier League. Mason Mount or Tomori also made clear progress. The most recent is the case of Billy Gilmour. The 18-year-old has consistently performed superb performances in the Blues shirt. The most outstanding is his contribution to their 2-0 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup.

Facing extreme training ability of Lampard, BLD Chelsea is aiming for a new shopping strategy. They focus on potential young players but are unnoticed at low prices. A series of goals have been listed by Chelsea. These include 14-year-old Harvey Gilmour, Billly’s younger brother, Middlesbrough’s Calum Kavanagh (16) and Hartlepool’s younger goalkeeper Brad Young who is just over 17.

In addition to the three young shoots, Leon Bailey is also in the sights of the Blues. This will be Chelsea’s blockbuster deal as sources say they are willing to spend up to £ 85 million to acquire Leverkusen’s player. Bailey will be the perfect replacement for veterans like Willian and Pedro, who are set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.