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Sunday’s transfer rumors – Dortmund to offer Sancho pay-rise

Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund
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All the transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and much more.

Dortmund to offer Sancho pay-rise to reject Premier League move

Borussia Dortmund are not willing to let Sancho go and would try to ward off interest from Premier League sides by offering him a €4m pay-rise. (Bild, via Mirror)

Newcastle enter Arturo Vidal transfer battle

Newcastle could bid for Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal. The 32-year-old is said to be interested in a potential transfer move if the Magpies replace current boss Steve Bruce with Max Allegri who he is familiar with from his time at Juventus.  (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)

Pablo Mari wants permanent Arsenal move

Arsenal defender Pablo Mari, who joined the club on loan from Flamengo in January has made his intentions clear. The Spaniard has revealed he wants to make his transfer permanent in the summer. (Sky Sports)

Liverpool show interest in Inter’s Marcelo Brozovic

Liverpool are in the search for a midfielder and have registered interest in Chile and Inter work-house Marcelo Brozovic. (Libero, via Mirror)

Also, Liverpool are yet to contact RB Leipzig over a move for highly rated forward Timo Werner. The Reds have been strongly linked to the 24-year-old over the past weeks. (General Anzeiger – in German)

Arsenal ‘contact’ Reims over Axel Disasi

Arsenal are still looking to bolster their defensive options and remain in search of a centre-back. The Gunners have now made contact with Reims over the availability of French centre-back Axel Disasi. (Goal)

Barcelona still searching for Philippe Coutinho buyer

Barcelona have made it clear they want to sell Philippe Coutinho this summer. The Brazilian is set to return to Spain after his loan move to Bayern Munich is completed and the Spanish giants are hoping they can convince a Premier League side over a potential transfer. (Goal)