Football – Transferts : Gnabry, Marseille, Kane et Real Madrid : les 5 infos mercatos de ce jeudi 26 mai

Real turn to Gnabry

After seeing Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappé pass them by choosing Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid is logically looking for other alternatives to strengthen offensively. And according to the German daily Bild, the White House would now set its sights on… Serge Gnabry. At the end of the contract in June 2023, the all-purpose winger from Bayern Munich comes out of a new full season with 17 goals and 10 assists in all competitions. But his salary expectations would be above what the Bavarians want to offer him.

Our opinion: Serge Gnabry would be a very good weapon on the right wing of Real.




Serge Gnabry

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Arsenal want Saliba back

Invited to speak on the airwaves of RMC, Pablo Longoria spoke at length about the William Saliba case. And the least we can say is that he was won over by the 21-year-old defender, on loan from Arsenal. But Mikel Arteta is counting on him next season. A choice that the Marseille leader respects: “Everyone knows the value of Saliba. In football, everything is a question of respect and balance. We respect his club, we have to thank Arsenal, a friendly club that has helped us a lot”.

Our opinion: Arsenal are right to recover their young French international.

William Saliba

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A De Jong-Bernardo Silva swap?

According to Mundo Deportivo, a win-win deal could be in the works between FC Barcelona and Manchester City. Wanting to strengthen their offensive lines, the Catalan leaders would lose Frenkie De Jong, but not at any price. The former Ajax, who arrived in 2019 and who seems to be finding good marks under Xavi, could be sent to the Premier League in an exchange with Bernardo Silva (27). Problem: the Portuguese, under contract until 2025, has a much higher market value than the 25-year-old Dutch midfielder.

Our opinion: the shortfall would be too great for Pep Guardiola, who adores Silva.

Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)

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For Kane, Conte would have changed everything

Arrived at the point of embarking on a strike not so long ago to leave Tottenham and join Manchester City, Harry Kane would have completely changed his mind. And, according to the London Evening Standard, this is due to only one man: Antonio Conte. Arrived on the Spurs bench last November, the Italian coach would have seduced the England captain with his management methods.

Our opinion: Haaland’s arrival at City has definitely reshuffled the cards

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Monaco drags out the Tchouaméni file

According to RMC Sport, Aurélien Tchouaméni would have his future sealed with Real Madrid. While a five-year contract for a fixed price of 80 million euros has reportedly been accepted by all parties involved, nothing has been officially signed yet. The reason ? Paul Mitchell, the sporting director of AS Monaco, would take advantage of the offensives of Paris Saint-Germain and Liverpool to try to raise the stakes.

Our opinion: Monaco is in a strong position and has no interest in rushing

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