Thursday’s Transfer News – Real Madrid’s Top Transfer Target Revealed

Today we bring to you the latest transfer rumors from around the soccer world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and others. In this Thursday’s transfer news, Spanish giants Real Madrid is hoping to land top talent for the summer. Below is the run-down for today’s latest transfer rumors.

Real Madrid Make Mo Salah Their Top Transfer Priority According To Thursday’s Transfer News

The Egyptian has become Real Madrid’s top summer transfer target according to today’s latest transfer rumors. Mohamed Salah although still under contract at Liverpool until 2023 has recently refused to rule out a move to La Liga. Plus the rumors that the forward is no longer happy at Anfield, the La Liga defending champions would be ready to shoot their shot.

It is obvious that the English side won’t sell one of their biggest assets at a cheap rate but that doesn’t seem troubling to the Los Blancos. [talkSPORT]

Mesut Ozil To End His Arsenal Woes In MLS Move

The German’s saga could finally be coming to an end. Ozil’s career with the Cunners is effectively over unless Mikel Arteta makes a dramatic u-turn and recalls him to the squad. As a result of being frozen out of Arsenal’s squad, the 32-year-old playmaker has begun talks with other clubs.

Mesut Ozil will be out of contract by the end of this current season and he is reportedly in talks with MLS side DC United.

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Sergio Ramos Turns Down A New Real Madrid Contract

Could something be cooking up for the Spanish veteran defender as his contract saga has taken a new twist? The Los Blancos skipper has reportedly rejected a one-year contract extension offered to him by the Spanish giants, leaving them in the dark. Meanwhile, Sergio Ramos is pushing to be an exception to the club’s policy that says players over 30 years only get another 12 months extension on their existing deals.

With the way things are now, the 34-year-old experienced defender will become a free agent in the summer and the report suggests a move to Paris Saint-Germain could be on the cards.

Tottenham Hotspur Pends Kane & Son Contract Talks

Harry Kane and Son Heung-min have been an outstanding duo for the London club for some years now as they continue to supply the goods regularly. The attacking duo is the key reason behind Tottenham’s strong display this season. However, the club board intends to put their contract renewal talks pending.

The major reason behind this decision could be that Spur’s revenue has declined recently due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hence, they might not welcome any contract discussions at least until the worst of it is over.

Barcelona Youngster Carles Alena Set For Getafe Move

Carles Alena is about to complete a loan move to Getafe. The midfielder celebrated his 23rd birthday on Tuesday and will stay with the Madrid-based club until the end of the La Liga season.

Since this season, the youngster has failed to see playing opportunities come his way at the Camp Nou and will be hoping to reignite his career with a move to the Spanish capital. According to reports, there is no buy option for Getafe included in the loan deal.

Liverpool FC Joins Race For Bayern Munich Defend David Alaba

After refusing a contract extension offer from Bayern Munich, David Alaba can exit the German club in the summer as a free agent.

Meanwhile, several European giants have reportedly entered the race for the defender, but it seems Real Madrid have apparently won the race. The Austrian defender could sign a four-year contract with the Spanish giants, worth a reported €10m.

However, Liverpool is also believed to be interested in signing Alaba in their move to bolster their defense at Anfield following several injuries to first-team players.

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