Football transfer rumours: Man Utd want Rashford sale; Liverpool ready Colwill bid

Manchester United will look to sell Marcus Rashford this summer, with new co-owners INEOS unhappy with the size of his contract. (FootballTransfers)

Chelsea are ready to rival Napoli for the signature of Lille striker Jonathan David, who has already agreed a move to Naples as a replacement for Blues target Victor Osimhen(Corriere dello Sport – Italy)

Arsenal‘s summer shopping list includes a striker and a winger, with Alexander Isak of Newcastle and Michael Olise of Crystal Palace among the targets. (Guardian)

Also on the radar is Fenerbahce left-back Ferdi Kadioglu, with Arsenal expected to make a bid at the end of the season. (Aksam – Turkey)

Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry, who is expected to be available for transfer this summer. (Football Insider)

Arda Guler wants to leave Real Madrid on loan next season but has made it clear he will only join a side who can offer him regular Champions League football. (Planeta Real Madrid – Spain)

Barcelona are prepared to rebuff all interest in centre-back Mikayil Faye with a view to adding the 19-year-old to their senior squad next season. Man Utd are among the sides interested. (SPORT – Spain)

Chelsea are braced for bids for centre-back Levi Colwill this summer, with both Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain considering making offers. (GIVEMESPORT)

The agents of Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo are negotiating with Bayern Munich. The Bundesliga side are prepared to pay up to €70m to get a deal done. (Onze – Spain)

Ian Maatsen has told Chelsea he wants to leave permanently this summer and hopes to stay with loan side Borussia Dortmund(Sky Sports Germany)

Manchester City have made Bayern Munich midfielder Jamal Musiala their top target for the summer transfer window. Former employers Chelsea are also monitoring the situation. (Guardian)

Musiala is definitely not for sale this summer, with Bayern not even interested in humouring offers. (Sky Sports Germany)

Source: 90mins

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