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The hottest transfer news and rumors from Wednesday July 20

Among the main information transfer window of the day, Paulo Dybala continues his career in Italy, PSG should sign a French full-back, Frenkie de Jong courted by a Premier League team, Luis Suarez could join Germany, Milan Skriniar could stay at Inter Milan, Caio Henrique interests a Spanish team, AC Milan abandons the track Jordan Veretout…

Paulo Dybala

Paulo Dybala with Argentina. / Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/GettyImages

It’s now official, Paulo Dybala has joined AS Roma after seven seasons at Juventus. The Argentinian has signed a three-year contract with AS Roma. According to the transalpine press, the native of Laguna Larga should receive a salary of six million euros.

Nordi Mukiele

Nordi Mukiele with RB Leipzig. / Martin Rose/GettyImages

Foot Mercato tells us this Wednesday that PSG have reportedly made Nordi Mukiele a priority. He has the perfect profile for Christophe Galtier. As well as being able to play on the right, the 24-year-old can also play in a three-man defence. It will now be necessary to find an agreement with RB Leipzig. His player is however at the end of the contract in June 2023.

Frankie de Jong

Frenkie de Jong in the Catalan tunic. / James Williamson-AMA/GettyImages

Since the start of this summer transfer window, Frenkie de Jong has been at the heart of discussions and his future as a Blaugrana is uncertain. In recent hours, the London club has expressed its interest in Barça. According to information from the Spanish media Report, an offer from Chelsea is in the works and is about to be made. But the latter says he is ready to leave only to join Bayern Munich.

Jason Denayer

Jason Denayer with OL. / Eurasia Sport Images/GettyImages

Free of any contract since July 1, Jason Denayer should probably know the fifth championship of his career. According to Sky Sports, an agreement is about to be reached between the player and the Torino. The former Sunderland would be in the process of signing a current contract until 2026.

Jordan Veretout

Jordan Veretout with AS Roma. / Gualter Fatia/GettyImages

For several weeks, AC Milan has been tracking Jordan Veretout in order to compensate for the departure of Franck Kessié to Barcelona. In direct competition with OM, the transalpine club would have thrown in the towel, according to Calciomercato. The Italian champion would have made a proposal and in view of Roma’s refusal would have disengaged from the project.

Milan Skriniar

Milan Skriniar with Inter Milan. / Marco Luzzani/GettyImages

Everything seemed to be wrapped up with a verbal agreement from the Slovenian international and almost final stage negotiations with Inter Milan. However, everything has fallen apart in recent hours, according to the Gazetta dello Sport. Indeed, the hoped-for replacement of the rock intern, Gleison Bremer, preferred to commit to Juventus Turin rather than to the second in Serie A. In the end, Skriniar would no longer be authorized to leave the club without a worthy successor. of this name.

Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez with the Colchoneros. / Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/GettyImages

Free of any contract since leaving Atlético de Madrid, Luis Suarez still does not know where he will evolve in the coming months. The Uruguayan striker has, however, offered his services to Borussia Dortmund, reveals Sky Sports. For the moment, the German club is considering all the possibilities and therefore remains on the lookout for the former Liverpool and FC Barcelona player.

Caio Henrique Oliveira Silva

Caio Henrique with AS Monaco. / Sylvain Lefevre/GettyImages

AS Monaco could lose one of its soldiers just before the resumption. FC Barcelona have reportedly entered into intensive negotiations for one of Philippe Clement’s executives. AccordingTV3 and Sport, the Brazilian international becomes one of FC Barcelona’s priorities for this summer in the event of failure in the Marcos Alonso case.

Darko Lazovic

Darko Lazovic with Hellas Verona. / Nicolò Campo/GettyImages

After the arrivals of Chancel Mbemba and Luis Suarez, the Marseille club will sign Darko Lazovic. The current Hellas Verona player should soon join Igor Tudor, his coach last season, on the Canebière.

In addition to an amount between 4 and 5 million euros, Gianluca Di Marzio tells us that the Olympian midfielder Kevin Strootman would be included in the operation.

Arnaud Kalimuendo

Arnaud Kalimuendo with PSG. / Masashi Hara/GettyImages

Loaned for two seasons to RC Lens, Arnaud Kalimuendo attracts beautiful teams. However, he could also continue the adventure a little further in the tricolor capital. According to our information Arnaud Kalimuendo would have impressed Christophe Galtier during the pre-season. And the new technician would not be sure he wanted to lose him.


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