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Wednesday’s transfer rumors – Gomez is United’s new number 1 target

Maxi Gomez, Valencia
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United want Gomez to lead the front line.

Uruguay striker Maxi Gomez who currently plays for Valencia is Manchester United’s number one summer target.

The Valencia frontman has a £118.5 million release clause.

But after scouts watched him score against Barcelona, they are happy to proceed. (Cadena Ser – in Spanish)

Barcelona deal for Rodrigo collapses.

It appears Barcelona will have to look elsewhere for a new striker.

The Catalonians are walking away from a deal that they feel is not good value.

Valencia knows Barca’s desperate situation and is holding out for their asking price. (Standard)

Arsenal demand £50 million for Aubameyang.

Barcelona’s alternative to Rodrigo is Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

The Gunners are willing to sell to fund other more needy acquisitions.

However, the price is 50 million pounds and not a penny less. (Express)

It’s expected to be a busy final couple of days for Spurs in the transfer window.

Krzysztof Piatek is to hand in a transfer request to push through his move from AC Milan to Tottenham. (Express)

While the official announcement of Steven Bergwijn’s arrival from PSV Eindhoven is imminent. (Sky Sports)

Now it appears that Jose Mourinho has convinced Daniel Levy to try and bring in Olivier Giroud from Chelsea too. (90min)

Bayern still interested in Sane.

Bayern Munich is still interested in signing Leroy Sane in a 100 million Euro deal from Manchester City.

City has recently insisted they want the German winger to stay. The Bavarian giants have made no secret that they harbor an interest in the player.

But for a serious knee injury, Sane may well already have been a Bayern Munich player this past summer. (Mirror)

However, they have an alternative lined up just in case.

However, it is now emerging hat Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is monitoring the Thomas Lemar situation at Atletico Madrid.

The defending Bundesliga Champions may turn their attention to the Frenchman if City decides to hold onto Sane. (France Football)