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European giants’ eye top talents in transfer window

Manchester United’s 26-year-old England striker Marcus Rashford is on Paris St-Germain’s shortlist to replace 25-year-old France forward Kylian Mbappe, who intends to leave the club at the end of the season. 

Real Madrid have reserved the number 10 shirt for Mbappe should he join from Paris St-Germain this summer.

Club president Florentino Perez has told the Real Madrid players that Mbappe will be joining the Spanish side at the end of the season.

AC Milan will consider offers in excess of 100m euros (£85.5m) for 24-year-old Portugal forward Rafael Leao, who has also been linked with Paris St-Germain as Mbappe’s replacement.

Manchester City hope that Real Madrid’s move for Mbappe will make it easier to persuade 23-year-old Norway striker Erling Haaland to sign a new contract until 2029.

Chelsea are willing to trigger the £111m (130m euro) release clause to sign Napoli’s 25-year-old Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen.

Manchester United are interested in Bayern Munich’s 18-year-old France Under-21s striker Mathys Tel.

Newcastle and Aston Villa are leading the race for Arsenal’s 23-year-old England attacking midfielder Emile Smith Rowe.

Newcastle’s sporting director Dan Ashworth, who has been approached by Manchester United, will attempt to bring in Chelsea chief analyst Kyle Macaulay if he moves to Old Trafford.

Arsenal sent scouts to Red Bull Salzburg on Saturday to watch 19-year-old Israel midfielder Oscar Gloukh, who the Gunners are looking to sign in the summer.

Manager Oliver Glasner will take his first Crystal Palace training session on Tuesday after his appointment as Roy Hodgson’s successor is confirmed.

Bayer Leverkusen have been scouting Luton’s 21-year-old English defender Teden Mengi.

Galatasaray are considering a move for Manchester United’s 25-year-old Turkey goalkeeper Altay Bayindir, who has made just one appearance since joining from Fenerbahce last summer.

West Ham are confident they can keep hold of technical director Tim Steidten despite interest from Liverpool.

Source: BBC Sports

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