Transfer Rumours: Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan

Transfer Rumours: Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan  -
PARIS, FRANCE – MAY 18: Neymar Jr celebrates winning the ‘French Championship 2019’ during the trophy ceremony following the French Ligue 1 match between Paris Saint-Germain and Dijon FCO at Parc des Princes stadium on May 18, 2019 in Paris, France. (Photo by Jean Catuffe/Getty Images)

Footy News’s Football Transfer News focuses on the latest transfer rumours from world football. In today’s edition, Barcelona takes the next step towards Neymar and AC Milan met with Real Madrid to discuss multiple players.

European Transfer Rumours

Neymar Transfer Rumours

Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain have taken the first steps in negotiating the return of Neymar, according to SPORT journalist Albert Masnou. The club has offered €100 million plus their own Brazilian Philippe Coutinho. However, there is still plenty of negotiating to do.

According to the report, PSG value Neymar at roughly €300 million, but that’s not how Barcelona view him. After two injury and scandal-ridden seasons at PSG, Barcelona feel that Neymar’s value has dropped rather than increased.

But the most interesting detail of this report is that Barcelona have decided to make Philippe Coutinho a part of these negotiations. MARCA’s Ramiro Aldunate had reported earlier this week that they were deciding between him or Ousmane Dembele to offer for Neymar. Based on this report they seem to have made a decision.

AC Milan in Madrid

Yesterday, AC Milan brass Paulo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban were in Madrid discussing a number of transfers with Real Madrid. Among the players discussed were Dani Ceballos and Borja Mayoral, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Ceballos wants to leave Madrid. The 21-year-old is looking for regular playing time to take the next step as a player. Furthermore, his relationship with Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is pretty bad. So a move out of Madrid is not only possible but highly likely.  However, Ceballos and Mayoral were not the only players discussed.

According to CorSera writer Enrico Ferrazzi, left-backs Theo Hernandez and Sergio Reguilon were also discussed at this meeting. Hernandez and Reguilon are both looking for new homes after Real Madrid completed their deal for Ferland Mendy.