gamesuperchampion – Transfer news: Manchester United to launch Gareth Bale bid, Arsenal get Ricardo Rodriguez boost, Chelsea on alert for Michy Bitshuayi

Gareth Bale won the Champions League with Real Madrid in 2015/16 (Picture: Getty)

If you thought Euro 2016 would distract the continuous flow of transfer rumours this summer, then you’d be wrong.

It’s all kicking off at the moment as the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are linked with big-name signings to follow up some early done deals.

We’ve got the latest gossip right here, plus a comprehensive update throughout the day on our Rumour Mill…

Manchester United to launch £94.6m Gareth Bale bid – report

Manchester United will reportedly launch a world-record £94.6million transfer bid for Gareth Bale.

The Real Madrid forward, currently at Euro 2016 with Wales, has long been one of the Red Devils’ top targets.

gamesuperchampion - Transfer news: Manchester United to launch Gareth Bale bid, Arsenal get Ricardo Rodriguez boost, Chelsea on alert for Michy Bitshuayi

Rumour Mill: our round-up of football gossip, rumours and speculation

Bale has won two Champions League titles in three seasons at Real, but it is thought he could be keen to return to the Premier League.

Arsenal target Ricardo Rodriguez’s clause revealed – report

Wolfsburg left-back Ricardo Rodriguez has a release clause which has just come into effect, according to his agent Gianluca Di Domenico.

Arsenal have recently been strongly linked with the Switzerland international, and will no doubt be boosted by this news.

Rodriguez himself has previously suggested it is unlikely he’ll still be at Wolfsburg next season.

Michy Batshuayi will be at Euro 2016 with Belgium (Picture: Getty)

Chelsea eye Michy Batshuayi as Spurs deal in doubt – report

Chelsea are reportedly on alert as Michy Batshuayi’s transfer to Tottenham hits a snag.

Spurs may be unable to meet the Belgian’s wage demands, with £100,000 per week a little steep for the north Londoners.

Chelsea have also been in the market for a striker, however, and may be better placed to meet the Marseille man’s demands.

MORE: Bellerin confirms once and for all he’s staying at Arsenal

metro

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *