Sports Mole sums up the latest transfer rumours, including Keylor Navas to West Ham United, James Garner to Everton and Abdul Mumin to Bournemouth.
West Ham United allegedly hope to deflect Naplesmoves for Paris Saint Germain stopper Clelor Navas.
The Costa Rican international has fallen behind Gianluigi Donnarumma in the Parisians’ pecking order after facing the Italian for goalkeeping duties last season.
Navas hasn’t featured in any of PSG’s Ligue 1 wins so far this season, and he’s expected to walk away in search of regular first-team football.
Napoli are expected to agree a deal for the 35-year-old, but according to The Republic – Going through The sun – West Ham have now jumped to the front of the queue.
The Hammers are supposedly ready to offer Navas a higher salary as they prepare to live without Lukasz Fabianskihaving already snatched Alphonse Areole of PSG.
Meanwhile, the race to sign Manchester United Midfielder James Garner is warming up after supposedly being given the green light to leave the Theater of Dreams this summer.
The 21-year-old was a driving force in Nottingham Forest’s successful promotion campaign last season but has so far been an unused substitute in Man United’s two Premier League defeats.
According Football Insider, Everton have made their first approach for the £14million-rated England Under-21 international, which has generated plenty of interest elsewhere.
Tottenham Hotspur and Leeds United have also been linked with a move for Garner, but Forest are unlikely to reignite their interest having already welcomed several new midfielders to the club.
Garner has made just seven senior appearances for Man United since his youth academy, while he registered four goals and 10 assists in 49 appearances for Forest last season.
Down on the south coast, Bournemouth have already made a defensive signing in the form of Marcos Senesibut Scott ParkerThe team could further strengthen their rear guard.
Twenty-four years Abdul Mumin de Vitoria Guimaraes played 33 times for his current club in all competitions last season, starting 26 Primeira Liga games to help Os Conquistadores finish sixth and qualify for the Europa League.
Mumin’s performances last season sparked interest from Bournemouth, say The Teamwho claim the Cherries are close to hijacking his plans to move to Angers.
The Ligue 1 outfit were reportedly ready to offer Vitoria a €4m (£3.4m) total package for the 6ft 2in defender, but he can expect to earn a salary higher at Vitality Stadium.
Mumin represented Nordsjaelland and Hoge in Denmark before moving to Portugal in 2020, and he is under contract with Vitoria Guimaraes until the summer of 2024.
To finish, liverpool are supposedly reluctant to let Sepp Van Denberg leave the club amid their injury crisis, but Championship clubs are still ready and waiting to pounce.
Despite the lack Joel Matip and Ibrahima Konate by injury against Crystal Palace, Liverpool did not give Van den Berg any minutes, because Nat Phillips and Joe Gomez went out on the grass next door Virgil van Dijk In place.
According The sunfirst runners-up Blackburn Rovers are leading the way to sign the 20-year loan, with Jon DahlTomassonfront side Burnley and Bournemouth in the race.
However, the report adds that Liverpool are demanding Van den Berg to play a certain number of matches for Blackburn who could face hefty penalties if the Dutchman is not used enough.
Van den Berg dropped out of the Championship with Preston North End last season and played in all but one of their second-tier games, scoring once and providing an assist.