Victor Osimhen and Declan Rice arguably Arsenal’s top transfer targets

The winter transfer window is closed. But even in the transfer-free period, the rumor mill is churning. The transfer rumors on March 8th.

Alphonso Davies and Lucas Hernandez

Loud sports picture Bayern’s sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has been in talks for a few weeks about an early contract extension with the two key players.

Davies’ advisor Nick Huoseh is said to have been at the Bayern training ground three weeks ago for negotiations. The Canadian’s contract runs until 2025, but the German record champions want to keep the left-back longer. There is probably no agreement yet, but there is said to be optimism on both sides.

Things are also looking good for Hernández, whose contract ends a year earlier. Here, too, execution could be reported in the coming weeks.

Leroy Sane

The situation is probably different for the national player. Sané was recently only a reservist and is no longer undisputed on Säbener Straße.

The national player is not averse to extending his contract beyond 2025, but there have been no talks yet. These should be loud sports picture be recorded in the summer at the earliest.

Darko Churlinov

The former Schalke is from the Picture and the WAZ brought up for discussion at S04. The 22-year-old has a contract with FC Burnley until 2026, but rarely plays there (6 appearances).

A loan is therefore being considered. Churlinov rose to the Bundesliga with Schalke and played 23 competitive games for the miners.

Finn Dammen

The Mainz keeper is said to be on the list of many clubs because his contract expires in the summer. The 24-year-old could be loud Picture replace Alexander Schwolow at Schalke, who is on loan from Hertha BSC and probably has no future in Gelsenkirchen.

But Dahmen wants to be number 1 at a new club. However, if Schalke manages to stay up in the league with Ralf Fährmann in the box, this would not be guaranteed with the miners.

Ron Schallenberg and Braydon Manu

Two other candidates who loudly Picture should be on Schalke’s list. Schallenberg is a midfielder at SC Paderborn 07 and still has a contract there until 2024. The 24-year-old is a Schalke fan and can therefore well imagine the next step in his career at S04. But the competition is great.

Manu plays as a striker at SV Darmstadt 98, his contract also ends in 2024. However, the 25-year-old would only be considered if he stayed up in the league. Otherwise, S04 would probably try to sign Michael Frey, on loan from Antwerp, whose purchase option is two million euros.

Eden Hazard

The Belgian is keen to fulfill his contract at Real Madrid. That reports The Athletic.

Until 2024, Hazard is still employed by the Royals, but hardly plays. His weekly salary is said to be 450,000 euros.

Mason Mount

Loud Daily Mail should Newcastle United compete with Liverpool FC for the Chelsea midfielder.

The last one reported telegraph, the talks about a contract extension were unsuccessful. The 24-year-old tends to say goodbye to London, where he is still under contract until 2024.

Victor Osimhen and Declan Rice

A report in the English tabloid the Sun According to reports, the Napoli striker and West Ham’s defensive midfielder are Arsenal FC’s two main transfer targets next summer.

Osimhen, who leads Serie A goalscorers with 19 goals in 21 games, is in hot demand but is eyeing an England move. “I’m working so hard to one day fulfill my dream of playing in the Premier League,” said the 24-year-old The Athletic.

Rice, who is still under contract with the Hammers until 2024, go loud The Athletic all parties assume that there will be a separation in the summer. He already rejected an offer to extend the contract a year ago. The England international is therefore aiming for a change.

Josko Gvardiol

When it comes to courting RB Leipzig’s central defender, Manchester City is currently ahead of Chelsea and Liverpool, who are also interested. That reports the Daily Mail. They say they want to make Gvardiol one of City’s main transfer targets for next summer, while Liverpool might not be willing to pay Gvardiol’s transfer fee, which is likely to be in excess of €100m.

Chelsea was on the 21-year-old Croatian last summer, as Gvardiol himself recently confirmed. However, since the Blues have since signed three other central defenders in Kalidou Koulibaly, Benoit Badiashile and Wesley Fofana for a lot of money, Gvardiol should have better prospects at City anyway.

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