Transfer News: Chelsea to advance efforts to sign Osimhen; Barcelona to offer €15m to keep Cancelo

Transfer News: Chelsea to advance efforts to sign Osimhen; Barcelona to offer €15m to keep Cancelo

Chelsea are reportedly looking to advance in their efforts to sign Victor Osimhen after fresh scouting of the striker, with Arsenal also keen. HITC claimed Chelsea had scouts present to watch Napoli thrashing Sassuolo on Wednesday night, as these observers were there for one player only. Victor Osimhen did not disappoint those club representatives as he notched a hattrick in the game, as he gears up for a vital summer window ahead with Arsenal also keen.View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Barcelona to offer €15m to keep Cancelo

Barcelona are reportedly ready to pay €15 million to keep Joao Cancelo but might miss out on Joao Felix due to Atletico Madrid's demand of €70m. Cancelo, who has impressed with his versatile performances, has seamlessly adapted to various positions on the pitch, including filling in for the injured Alejandro Balde on the left side of defense. They are keen to negotiate a permanent deal with Manchester City and are prepared to offer between €15m (£13m/$16m) and €20 million (£17m/$22m)to secure his services permanently, according to Sport.

Sevilla line up a summer move for Lindelof

Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof has been linked with the move away from the club and Spanish outfit Sevilla are keen on securing his signature. According to a report from Fichajes, the Spanish club are hoping to sign the €35 million Manchester United United defender and it remains to be seen whether the two parties can come to an agreement soon. Lindelof might need to leave Old Trafford to play regularly next season and a move to Sevilla would be ideal for him.

Dier to stay at Bayern as permanent transfer nears

Eric Dier will reportedly stay with Harry Kane at Bayern Munich as the defender is nearing a permanent transfer from Tottenham. The initial deal, inked during the January transfer window, stipulated a loan period until the culmination of the ongoing season, with an option for Bayern to extend it for an additional 12 months. According to The Athletic, the Bavarians have exercised this option, binding Dier to the club until June 2025, demonstrating their confidence in his abilities and potential contributions to the team.

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