Transfer Buzz: Man United pursue young talents, Tottenham eye Postecoglou reunion, Chelsea face competition for Kvaratskhelia

In the latest transfer gossip, English giants Manchester United are making waves by joining the race for Palmeiras’ rising star, Estevao Willian, at just 16 years old. 

The Red Devils are not stopping there, as they express interest in Stuttgart’s forward Serhou Guirassy, competing with Newcastle, Roma, and AC Milan for the 27-year-old’s signature. 

Manchester United’s investor, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, emphasizes a focus on homegrown talent in the club’s recruitment strategy.

Meanwhile, former Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou is uncertain about bringing Al-Ittihad’s Jota to Tottenham, despite the winger’s eagerness to reunite with his former manager.

Arsenal is in talks to extend the contract of Japanese defender Takehiro Tomiyasu, whose current deal expires in 2025. 

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Juventus’ Samuel Iling-Junior becomes an attractive prospect with a reduced price of 18 million euros (£15.5m), drawing interest from Tottenham. 

Manchester United is also in negotiations to sign 21-year-old Romanian defender Radu Dragusin from Genoa.

Crystal Palace’s Marc Guehi aims to stay with the club until the summer transfer window to boost his chances of securing a spot in England’s squad for Euro 2024, amid interest from Manchester United and Newcastle.

In a twist, Chelsea’s target Khvicha Kvaratskhelia may lean towards Real Madrid, according to the Napoli winger’s father. Meanwhile, Manchester City is considering dropping interest in West Ham’s Lucas Paqueta due to an unresolved gambling investigation hanging over the 26-year-old Brazilian midfielder. 

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The transfer market is buzzing with intrigue as clubs vie for talent in this dynamic and competitive landscape.

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