Transfer diary: PSG’s third recruit, Bayern bet big on Rennes block, OM sees target move away…

Mukiele signed for PSG, Bayern betting big on young Tel, OM watch Lazovic move away and don’t forget Saliba, new defensive target for Rennes… Here are the top 5 files from today’s big transfer window. miss. Also discover the Tlgramme Foot Transfert, so you don’t miss any news from this 24 hours.

Mokele signed with Paris Saint-Germain for five seasons

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Mercato: Top 5 files of the day not to be missed

1. Mukiele signed for PSG!

Paris Saint-Germain has its third recruit in the summer. Following Vitina midfielder and striker Hugo Eketiki, the capital club has recruited RB Leipzig’s right-hand press, Nordi Mukele (24), for an estimated €15 million (inclusive of bonus). L’international franais s’est engag avec le champion de France pour cinq annes, soit jusqu’en juin 2027. La polyvalence de l’ancien Montpellirain offrira une nouvelle concurrence Achraf Hakimi dans le couloir droit et une solution Christophe’ Galaxe If necessary.

2. Bayern bets on the youth phone!

All that was missing was formalization, now it’s done! Young striker Matisse Tal (17) leaves Rennes and joins Bayern Munich. The Bavarian club confirmed, on Tuesday, the contract with Breton talent for the next five years, in exchange for an estimated transfer of 20 million euros, in addition to 8.5 million euros in bonuses. Relatively high price for a player who has played only 49 minutes in L1 in his career. Proof that Rekordmeister is convinced of his great talent.

3. OM sees Lazovic turn away…

It’s no secret that Olympique de Marseille is targeting Darko Lazovic as a priority for the left-piston position. The problem is, negotiations with Hellas Vrone falter and the file drags on. Besides, the trend is not optimistic for the Olympics. According to information from La Gazzetta dello Sport on Tuesday, the Serbian appears to have left to stay at Vrone. Already because no agreement has been reached with OM regarding the salary distribution of midfielder Kevin Strootman, who should do the opposite. But above all because Hellas would like to avoid the rumble of his own locker room, who has no intention of losing one of her managers and supporters so closely related to Belzovic. Suffice it to say that the issue is getting more and more complicated for Phoenician President Pablo Longoria…

4. …and don’t forget a cross

Olympique de Marseille may not have turned the page on William Saliba yet. While the French centre-back left for Arsenal this summer after a successful loan spell at Marseille, OM president Pablo Longoria dined with his agent in London on Monday evening, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano. It remains to be seen if this interview has given the Spaniard hope in this case, while Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta recently announced that he was counting on ex-Stefanoa for next season.

5. Rennes’ new defensive goal

In search of two central defenders this summer, Stade Rennes faced a major setback in the case of Kim Min Jae (Fenerbahce), who will eventually join Napoli, and were unable to agree with Benfica over the transfer of Moratos. So the Breton Club activated other avenues. In addition to the Belgian international from Bologna, Arthur Thiat, red and black is on the trail of a player from Atalanta Bergamo: Jose Luis Palomino. According to information from Foot Mercato and L’Equipe, discussions have begun between the various parties. The Italian leaders asked for 10 million euros, but this amount is negotiable given the contractual situation of the player, who has only one year left.

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It’s official:

Legia Warsaw central defender, Mateusz VitescaClermont signed until 2026.
Bordeaux striker, Sco Maraagreed with Southampton for 13 million euros.
Le Havre centre-back, Fernand Maimbosigned AC Ajaccio for two years.
– the right side Robin Aguilar Monaco until 2025.
– Gron signed the striker from New York City FC, Valentine Castellanos.
– Shakhtar Donetsk Pavilion, Manor SolomonJoin Fulham.

The noise of the upper entrance not to be missed:

in France

Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel pressured to sign Paris Saint-Germain centre-back Presnel Kimpembe.
Dortmund is studying the attackers’ trajectories Mauro Icardi (Paris Saint-Germain) and Arcadios Melik (ohm).
Monaco demand at least 50 million euros for the sale of the central defender Banut Badiashilwhich was targeted by Sville.
Leicester are ready to give up their goalkeeper Casper Schmeichelwho agrees to join Nice.
– Rennes began discussions about the Paris Saint-Germain striker, Arno Kalimundo.
– Nice thinking in the center of Lokomotiv Moscow, Alexis Bica.
– Auxerre made an offer of 4 million euros for the Amiens striker, Aliou Baji.
– Ajaccio thinks the Bordeaux striker, Mbaye Niangvalued at between 1 and 1.5 million euros.

Abroad

– Sassuolo striker, Gianluca ScamacaHe made his medical visit with West Ham.
– Defender Lucas Hernandez Bayern departure card.
Bayern is considering the Espanyol Barcelona striker, ral de tums.
– Juventus can activate for the Barra striker, Memphis Depay.
Chelsea striker, Timo WernerIt could go back to RB Leipzig.
Leicester claim they have not received an offer for the midfielder Yuri TillmansArsenal targeted.
Arsenal goalkeeper, Bernd LenoHe will join Fulham.

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