Welcome to 101 Great Goals’ daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Wednesday, June 22nd.
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to sell Neymar this summer.
Should a suitable offer arrive for the Brazilian, PSG would allow him to leave and this decision has been approved by Luis Campos. (Foot Mercato)
Arsenal have submitted their opening offer for Raphinha, however, the bid is believed to fall short of Leeds’ valuation and will be rejected. (David Orenstein)
Spurs are also set to make an offer for the winger worth £60 million including add-ons. (Gianluigi Longari)
Meanwhile, the Gunners are also in very advanced negotiations with Manchester City over a deal for Gabriel Jesus. (Fabrizio Romano)
Romelu Lukaku’s torrid spell in England looks set to finally be over with the striker heading back to Inter Milan.
The Italian club have agreed a loan deal worth €8 million plus add-ons for the Belgian international. (Guardian)
In terms of incomings for the Blues, they are in contact with RC Lens over a £10 million deal for right-wing back Jonathan Clauss. (Goal)
Inter’s move for Paulo Dybala looks to have been placed on hold with no further talks planned and there still being an economic gap between the two parties. (Matteo Moretto)
Joao Felix has been offered to several European clubs with Diego Simeone open to selling the forward. (Barca Times)
Liverpool have reached an agreement with Monaco for Takumi Minamino to join the French club for €15 million. (Foot Mercato)
Another player set to leave Anfield this summer is Neco Williams, with Fulham preparing a £10 million bid for the defender. (Daily Mail)
Borussia Dortmund have agreed a €35 million deal with Ajax to sign Sebastien Haller. (Fabrizio Romano)
Due to the departure of Haller, Steven Berwgijn’s transfer to Ajax now seems to be one step closer. (VI)
Tottenham are set for new talks with Middlesbrough over a deal for Djed Spence with the Championship side looking for £15 million plus add-ons. (Daily Mail)