Transfer News, June 7: Matheus Nascimento to Real Madrid? Bale to Cardiff? Soler to Atletico?

Hello everyone and welcome in to our MARCA In English transfer market live blog for this Tuesday, June 7, where we’ll have all the latest news on done deals and transfer rumours.

Keep in mind that the 2022 summer transfer window officially opens on June 10, which is this Friday, so we’re just a few days away from that important date.

Even before the official opening of the window, many sides have already closed summer deals and we’ll be reporting on all those that are announced this Tuesday, with all updates following below and, as always, with the most recent ones nearest the top.

Transfer Market: Rumours and Breaking News on Tuesday, June 7

That’s all for Tuesday’s transfer blog. Make sure and join us tomorrow for all the lastest transfer news.

Saul Niguez announces his departure from Chelsea

Saul’s loan move to Chelsea never really worked out, and the midfielder announced his departure from the club on social media. The Spaniard experienced a few injuries during his time in London, but spoke of his gratitude for the experience.Napoli reach agreement with Deulofeu

Radio Kiss Kiss claims that Napoli have reached an agreement with Gerard Deulofeu, who is now awaiting the completion of his transfer to Udinese.

Nice want cut-price Kluivert

Corriere della Sera report that Nice are looking to buy Justin Kluivert for a lower price than the one initially agreed with Roma before the loan deal. Other clubs such as Monaco and Marseille have also reportedly shown interest in the player.

Newcastle ramp up Nathan Ake interest

According to Talksport, Manchester City centre-back Nathan Ake (26) could be set to leave the English champions to join Newcastle United, where he’d be reunited with his former boss at Bournemouth, Eddie Howe.

Bayern appear firm on Lewandowski

Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic hinted that Polish striker Robert Lewandowski will not be allowed to leave the club: “Lewandowski called me. Among other things, we discussed his public statements. I clearly explained to him our position regarding his contractual situation.”

Possible swap between Atletico and Juventus for Morata

Juventus are not willing to pay 35m euros to make Morata’s move permanent, which is why they have offered Moise Kean as part of the deal, according to Gianluca Di Marzio. Diego Simeone himself must decide whether he likes the Italian international, while the ball is also in the court of Morata, who has always been happy in Turin.

Andrea Cambiaso could join Sevilla

Italy U21 international left-back Andrea Cambiaso (22) is reportedly close to Sevilla. The Andalusians are thought to have to pay Genoa around 10 million euros for his services, according to Repubblica.

PSG want Gianluca Scamacca

According to transfer journalist Di Marzio, PSG are interested in 23-year-old Sassuolo striker Gianluca Scamacca. A meeting between the parties took place last Monday. Scamacca is one of the great Italian prospects. Juventus were also interested, but Luis Campos wants PSG to get him.

Liverpool lead the race to sign Calvin Ramsay

Aberdeen‘s Calvin Ramsay has attracted interest from many big clubs across Europe, but it seems Liverpool will win this race and that the full-back will wear red again next season, but for a new club.

Tchouameni will sign for Real Madrid

An agreement has been reached between Real Madrid and Monaco, so Aurelien Tchouameni is set to join the European champions. An announcement is expected soon, as Real Madrid have beaten competition from PSG and Liverpool, even with the Ligue 1 champions trying until the very end.

 

Alexis Sanchez becomes an option for Barcelona

According to Sport, Alexis Sanchez could make a return to Barcelona. He is now 33 years of age and looking for a new club, as he is set to leave Inter.

Asensio’s three options

Marco Asensio has spoken about his Real Madrid future in a press conference, explaining that he can either leave now, renew or stay for the year remaining on his contract and then leave.

 

Getafe’s president dismisses the Jovic rumours

Getafe president Angel Torres was seen at Real Madrid‘s offices today, but had a curt reply of “no” when asked by Gol TV if Luka Jovic was an option that interested Geta.https://platform.twitter.com/embed/Tweet.html?creatorScreenName=MarcainEnglish&dnt=false&embedId=twitter-widget-0&features=eyJ0ZndfZXhwZXJpbWVudHNfY29va2llX2V4cGlyYXRpb24iOnsiYnVja2V0IjoxMjA5NjAwLCJ2ZXJzaW9uIjpudWxsfSwidGZ3X3JlZnNyY19zZXNzaW9uIjp7ImJ1Y2tldCI6Im9mZiIsInZlcnNpb24iOm51bGx9LCJ0Zndfc2Vuc2l0aXZlX21lZGlhX2ludGVyc3RpdGlhbF8xMzk2MyI6eyJidWNrZXQiOiJpbnRlcnN0aXRpYWwiLCJ2ZXJzaW9uIjpudWxsfSwidGZ3X3R3ZWV0X3Jlc3VsdF9taWdyYXRpb25fMTM5NzkiOnsiYnVja2V0IjoidHdlZXRfcmVzdWx0IiwidmVyc2lvbiI6bnVsbH19&frame=false&hideCard=false&hideThread=false&id=1534120354649718784&lang=es&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.marca.com%2Fen%2Ffootball%2Ftransfer-market%2F2022%2F06%2F07%2F629ef997480032001faa04cc-directo.html&sessionId=ebb2af1558034cdde3ae2b0fb794ed16c4f4a634&siteScreenName=MarcainEnglish&theme=light&widgetsVersion=b45a03c79d4c1%3A1654150928467&width=550px 

Lukaku is still pushing to return to Inter

Romelu Lukaku is desperate to return to Inter and is waiting to have a meeting with Thomas Tuchel and the other Chelsea directors who will decide his fate. That’s according to Sky Sports. Di Maria is an option for Barcelona and Atletico

According to El Chiringuito, Angel Di Maria has been offered to both Barcelona and Atletico Madrid. He is keen to return to Spain, but knows Real Madrid won’t take him.

Manchester City could make a move for Saka

There has been a lot of talk about Arsenal trying to sign Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City, but the Sky Blues could turn the tables and go after a player from the London club, Bukayo Saka. That’s according to the Daily Mail.

 

Newcastle join the race for Morata

Alvaro Morata is unlikely to stay on Atletico Madrid‘s books, so could play for JuventusBarcelona or Arsenal next season. Now, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Newcastle have joined the race too.

AC Milan could sign Renato Sanches

Renato Sanches has managed to revive his career with Lille and could earn a move to a bigger club, with Fabrizio Romano reporting that AC Milan are interested

Atletico could sign Soler on the cheap

Valencia have sold several quality players for bargain prices in recent years and Carlos Soler could be the next one. According to El Chiringuito, Soler could join Atletico Madrid on a four-year deal for 15m euros. Bale could play in the Championship

With Wales having qualified for the World Cup, the Gareth Bale retirement rumours have been put to bed for now. So, he needs to find a new club, at least until the end of 2022, and that could be Cardiff City.

Real Madrid want the new Cavani

Matheus Nascimento could be about to join Real Madrid, with Alistair Holmes reporting that the Spanish club are interested in the 18-year-old Botafogo forward, who has been nicknamed the young Cavani.

This is the start of our daily transfer blog, the space where we’ll be covering the latest transfer news throughout the summer months.

We’ll have all the latest news as Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona look to strengthen, but we won’t just be covering the Spanish teams in these daily transfer market live blogs, as we’ll also have news for the Premier League giants like Manchester UnitedManchester CityChelsea and Liverpool, in addition to the teams of Serie A, Ligue 1, the Bundesliga and beyond.

Over the course of the summer, we will use this space to bring you the latest transfer news as and when it happens.

If there is a confirmed deal or a contract renewal, then we’ll bring you the details here and explain who is going where or staying where.

If there is an interesting transfer market rumour, we will bring that to your attention as well and break down how likely or not it is to actually come to fruition.

So, follow along with us this Tuesday and every other day throughout the summer as we take a look at the transfer business that is already taking place or that is being planned in the boardrooms.

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