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Sunday’s transfer rumors – Zaha can leave Palace for the right price

Wilfried Zaha
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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.

Zaha can leave for the right price

Crystak Palace have told Wilfried Zaha he can leave the club this summer if a respectable offer comes in. The Ivorian was heavily linked to Arsenal last summer with the Gunners eventually opting for his compatriot, Nicolas Pepe. It was reported at the time that the Eagles wanted at least £80m for the 27-year-old winger. As it stands, it appears the South London side now have a change of heart with respect to Zaha’s valuation. Palace will consider listening to offers of around £40m in the very least.  (Times – subscription required)

Salah still undecided about his Liverpool future

Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah is keeping his cards open and has chosen to remain coy. The Egyptian is only focused on the present and has said “no-one knows the future and what will happen” when asked about his future at the club. Salah’s current contract with the Reds will run out in the summer of 2023. (La FM Colombia – video)

United consider Oblak as De Gea replacement

Manchester United are monitoring Jan Oblak’s contract situation at Atletico Madrid. The 29-year-old has been heavily linked with Chelsea over the past few weeks as clubs continue their search for a reliable shot-stopper. United goalkeeper David De Gea has seen a number of high-profile mistakes over the past 18 months. The Red Devils are already considering moving on from him with a deal for £109m-rated Oblak potentially on the cards. (Sun)

Three-way battle for Samuel Umtiti

Arsenal, West Ham and Everton are among the sides set to battle it out for Barcelona’s Umtiti. The Catalan side are open to sending the Frenchman out on loan next season. They would also consider inserting an option to sign the defender in any deal at all. French sides Marseille and Rennes are also said to be monitoring his situation. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)

All to play for on the Premier League final day

Manchester United face losing £70m and Chelsea £50m should either side fail to finish in the top four and qualify for the Champions League next season. Both sides have their fates in their hands ahead of a crunch final-day fixture later on Sunday. (Sun)