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Wednesday’s transfer rumors – Juventus join the race for Sane

Moussa Dembele, Lyon
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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 more.

Juventus are considering rivaling Bayern Munich for Sane.

Leroy Sane was a long time target for Juventus.

They are set to revive that interest and rival Bavaria giants Bayern Munich this summer.

The Manchester City winger’s future is still unclear as he continues to recover from a knee surgery. (Calcio Mercato, via Inside Futbol)

Lampard set to spend big this summer.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard failed to spend this winter. He will however, go all out in the summer.

With an expected transfer war chest of over £150m, his priority will be a new striker.

Lyon’s Moussa Dembele is said to be the top target. (Evening Standard)

Guardiola wants two new center-backs.

Doubt has been cast on the future of England defender John Stones.

Manchester City are set to bring in two new central defenders this summer. With Stones likely to be the odd man out. (Times, subscription required)

United will make Grealish their next #1 target.

James Maddison is set to sign a new contract at Leicester City. Paul Pogba is likely to leave this summer. Manchester United are set to sign another new midfielder.

Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish is apparently the top target for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. (Mirror)

Another teenage sensation from RB Salzburg

The ink is barely dry on Erling Braut Haalands departure from RB Salzburg.

Now the Austrian side has another teenage sensation attracting interest from Europe’s elite.

16-year-old Luka Reischel is attracting interest from Manchester City and Juventus. (Calcio Mercato, via Talksport)

Boga set for Stamford Bridge return.

Chelsea is considering re-signing Jeremie Boga.

The French winger left the Blues for Sassuolo in 2018 and been a first-team regular in decent form for the Italians.

The Serie A sides president Giovanni Carnevali insists that they now want their former player back. (Goal, via Independent)