Transfer news LIVE: Jack Grealish sacrifice, Harry Kane to Man City, Man Utd and Arsenal


    The transfer window is really hotting up with many top stars potentially on the move. Manchester City have identified the player they’re willing to sacrifice to sign Jack Grealish, while they have also reportedly made a £160m offer for Harry Kane. Manchester United and Arsenal are battling for Ruben Neves. Chelsea are also looking to bring in a world-class forward. Express Sport will bring you all the latest news throughout the day.

    Jack Grealish sacrafice

    8.30am: Manchester City are reportedly preparing to let Bernardo Silva leave the club to facilitate a move for Jack Grealish.

    The Blues have also made an offer of £160m for Harry Kane.

    There is not expected to be a mass clear-out at the Etihad Stadium but Silva will be moved to pay part of Grealish’s transfer fee, according to the Sun.

    Villa are expected to demand around £100m for their club captain.

    And their transfer kitty will be boosted by around £11m when their former academy player Jadon Sancho joins Manchester United.

    Man Utd and Arsenal battle

    8am: Manchester United and Arsenal are the two leading candidates to sign Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves this summer, according to talkSPORT.

    The Midlanders have slapped a £35million asking price on the 24-year-old – which is £19m more than they paid Porto in 2017.

    United feel Neves could be the ideal replacement for Paul Pogba, should Paris Saint-Germain follow up on their interest.

    Arsenal are looking for somebody to fill Granit Xhaka’s boots as he is set to join Roma.

    Harry Kane bid

    7.30am: Manchester City have made a blockbuster £160million offer for Harry Kane, according to the Sun.

    Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy was defiant in his stance that he did not want to sell his prized asset.

    However, the Spurs chief has apparently done a U-turn and informed the England international of his decision over a phone call last week.

    Kane is rumoured to become the highest-paid player in the Premier League on £400,000 a week.


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