Wednesday’s transfer rumours: Mount, Dest, Nunez, Sterling, Calvert-Lewin and more

1 June 2022 0 By Total Football News

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Barcelona have their sights on Monaco star Wissam Ben Yedder. The attacker is open to a move to Camp Nou, but Robert Lewandowski remains the Catalan team’s top target. [L’Equipe]

Hector Bellerin will leave Arsenal this summer. He is earning €4M per year with his contract expiring in 2023. The player’s priority would be to stay at Real Betis but Fiorentina are also interested. [Relevo]

Arsenal, West Ham & AS Monaco are interested in signing Lille midfielder, Amadou Onana. [Footmercato]

Chelsea’s new owners are preparing to start the club’s new era with a bang by making two marquee signings in the next few weeks. [Sunday World]

Newcastle are ready to make a big bid for Dominic Calvert-Lewin. [Mirror]

Bayern Munich are the latest team to join the battle to sign Raheem Sterling from Manchester City. [Sun]

Benfica striker Darwin Nunez is open to joining Manchester United. [talkSPORT]

Chelsea are interested in signing Barcelona full-back Sergino Dest [Daily Mail]

Manchester United are considering an ambitious move for Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount [Sun]

West Ham are progressing in negotiations with Rennes to sign Nayef Aguerd. [Fabrizio Romano]

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