We kick off Tuesday with the latest news and rumors from the Premier League transfer market. Go to the end to be aware of everything that happened in the last hours of distribution of 90 minutes:
Contracts over five years were Todd Boely’s strategy to amortize transfer costs, but new UEFA rules have put the Blues’ economy and business at risk. As the Daily Mail puts it: “Contracts over five years were Todd Boely’s strategy to amortize transfer costs, but new UEFA rules have put the Blues’ economy and business at risk.
Chelsea have strengthened significantly in these two months of the summer transfer window and are already looking to increase their lead in the winter transfer window. Despite the arrival of Nico Jackson and Cole Palmer, the Blues are considering signing Brentford striker Ivan Toni, according to the Evening Standard.
Jesse Lingard is close to returning to West Ham. The Englishman has been left without a team, and David Moyes is thinking about betting on his talent again after his last tour as a hammer, where he shone remarkably. The midfielder is expected to sign a contract during the international break.
Newspapers Daily Mail and The Sun agree in their information, noting that on Monday a delegation from the Saudi club flew to London with the intention of finalizing its signing. After seeing Liverpool turn down an offer of between €170m and €190m, the Arab team decided to up the ante and submit an offer worth over €250m (bonuses already included).
According to The Sun, the Egyptian will receive a notable percentage of his shirt sales, a bonus of over €60,000, as well as several promotional deals with three important local companies while his contract with the club is up, which could earn him up to an additional €21m. .
“So the coach can make it public, but the player can’t… Interesting. Ten Hag should have said that he was the one who made the decisions. It would be enough and more reasonable, ”said the ex-footballer.