Here we go: Arsenal eye Gabriel Jesus;  Sadio Mane leaves Liverpool for FC Bayern;  Chelsea after Gabriel Solina

Here we go: Arsenal eye Gabriel Jesus; Sadio Mane leaves Liverpool for FC Bayern; Chelsea after Gabriel Solina

Here we go: Arsenal eye Gabriel Jesus;  Sadio Mane leaves Liverpool for FC Bayern;  Chelsea after Gabriel Solina

We are approaching extremely important weeks for the transfer market as the club season starts a little early to make way for the winter World Cup in Qatar. Manchester United have yet to finalize hiring for new manager Erik ten Hag, but Frenkie de Jong is still given priority, with an opening bid of €60million, plus €10million add-ons, which were turned down by Barcelona almost two weeks ago. The club is ready to improve on its proposal, so this could be an important week for United. Meanwhile, Liverpool recently completed their third contract with Scottish fullback Calvin Ramsay, who is leaving Aberdeen to sign a five-year deal with a fee of around €7 million.

But what are the next steps to complete? Let’s see:

Gunners look to Jesus after Vieira

Arsenal remain very active with Fabio Vieira as the first addition of the summer† Porto will receive €35 million plus extras for the Portuguese midfielder, while Gabriel Jesus is Arsenal’s priority as a new striker.

The 25-year-old has scored double figures in his last five seasons with City, but last season’s 13 goals were his lowest since scoring seven in his first season. But that amount came in just 11 games after his move from Palmeiras.

Right now, Eddie Nketiah is the man on the attack for Mikel Arteta, having scored 10 goals last season. Alexandre Lacazette left the club on a free transfer and returned to Lyon.

Mane bids farewell to Liverpool

Sadio Mane retires from the Premier League this week. The deal between Liverpool and FC Bayern has been reached for €32 million, plus extras, in a deal that could amount to more than €40 million. Mané signs a three-year contract with medical tests to be completed on Tuesday.

The Reds already have his replacement after signing Benfica’s rising superstar striker Darwin Núñez

Chelsea ready to borrow Lukaku and American . to add

being Chelsea ready to let Romelu Lukaku go back to Inter Milan on a loan agreement, while the final loan agreement is being negotiated with new contacts this week. The Blues also want a goalkeeper for the future and the name is Gabriel Slonina — the American goalkeeper, born in 2004, is close to Chelsea. Chicago Fire is expected to receive an offer shortly and negotiations will take place in the coming days. That said, the plan would be to have Slonina on loan to Chicago at least until December to wrap up the Major League Soccer season.

Cucurella and Phillips on Man City’s radar

While Barcelona continues to work on Robert Lewandowski as a priority signing, Manchester City are negotiating for Brighton & Hove Albion’s Marc Cucurella as the new left-back and Leeds United’s Kalvin Phillips as a top midfield option. Soon there will be offers to open negotiations, as they want to strengthen an already stacked team. The club signed perhaps the best young striker in the world in Erling Haaland this summer

PSG after Vitinha and Sanches

Players come to Paris Saint-Germain after the arrival of Luis Campos as new director† Vitinha is set to sign a five-year deal after a €40m deal with Porto, while Lille’s Renato Sanches is the next big target to rebuild the midfield. There will be no…. Paul Pogba as he is destined for a comeback at Juventus† And who will be the manager? The all-time favorite to replace Mauricio Pochettino remains Nice’s Christophe Galtier, despite the Zinedine Zidane dream that has always been in the back of the club’s mind.

Galtier, 55, won the Coupe de la Ligue with Saint-Etienne in 2013, led Lille to the Ligue 1 crown in 2021 and dragged Nice to the Coupe de France final last season.