Chelsea keen in signing Milan star, Rafael Leao as Manchester United move for Mandela

Chelsea keen in signing Milan star, Rafael Leao as Man United move for Mandela

Manchester United are reportedly interested in acquiring the services of the 21-year-old Belgian sensation Mandela Keita. According to a report by Het Nieuwsblad, Manchester United are keen on having Mandela Keita in their ranks. The 21-year-old defensive midfielder is putting in a great shift at Royal Antwerp in the ongoing season, and his performances have attracted a lot of interest from across Europe.

Chelsea enter race to sign Rafael Leao

Premier League giants Chelsea have entered the race to sign Paris Saint-Germain target and AC Milan star Rafael Leao in the summer, according to Fichajes. The report further claims that PSG have reportedly turned their attention elsewhere as they look to replace Kylian Mbappe who is all set to join Real Madrid next season.

Arsenal stepping up scouting mission for Viktor Gyokeres

Arsenal are set to step up their watch on Viktor Gyokeres as Mikel Arteta’s side could approach one of their striker targets. According to A Bola via Sport Witness, Arsenal are stepping up their scouting on Viktor Gyokeres between now and the end of the season. The Gunners have highlighted the 30-goal attacker as an essential target on their list and could battle rivals for his signature.

Chelsea ‘unwilling to consider Levi Colwill bids amid Liverpool, PSG interest’

Chelsea reportedly have no intention of entertaining summer bids for young defender Levi Colwill amid interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Liverpool. The Blues’ collective struggles this term have led to suggestions that rival parties could try to tempt the one-cap England international away from Stamford Bridge, with Liverpool and PSG prepared to battle one another for his signature. However, the Evening Standard states that Chelsea will reject any approaches for Colwill in the summer transfer window, and the 2003-born centre-back also remains content in West London despite the Blues’ predicament.

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