Tuesday’s transfer rumours: Saka, Ramsey, Bale, Di Maria, Henderson, Scamacca, Jesus, Morata and more. | 101 Great Goals

Welcome to 101‘s daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Tuesday, June 7th.


There have been no concrete talks over the future of Gianluca Scamacca, according to Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali [Fabrizio Romano]

However, Paris Saint Germain have now joined the queue for the Italian this summer. [Gianluca Di Marzio]

This comes even as Mauro Icardi has confirmed he will remain in Paris next season [Mauro Icardi]

It is ‘expected’ that Ajax and Tottenham will be able to agree a deal for Steven Bergwijn, with a price at 22m euros and a further 3m in add ons. [Mike Verweij]

Chelsea have joined Real Madrid and Arsenal in the race for Gabriel Jesus this summer [Diario AS]

Feyenoord have rejected all current offers for defender Tyrell Malacia, but are open to selling the defender amid interest from Manchester United and Lyon. [VI.nl]

Crystal Palace are set to hold further talks over a potential move for SC Lens midfielder Cheick Doucoure [Daily Mail]

Paul Pogba is one step away from joining Juventus this summer as a free agent [Fabrizio Romano]

But Angel di Maria may be one that slips away, with Barcelona lining up the Argentine as a potential low-cost Raphinha alternative [Relevo]

Juventus also want Alvaro Morata, but are only willing to offer 15m euros for the Spaniard [Gazetta dello Sport]

Liverpool are looking to seal a £4m deal for Aberdeen defender Calvin Ramsay in the coming weeks [The Guardian]

Newcastle United have been priced out of a move for Dean Henderson, while moves for Nathan Ake and Dominic Calvert-Lewin have also been made difficult by price [The Telegraph]

Cardiff City are ramping up their attempts to take Gareth Bale on loan this season, with the Welshman a free agent following his Real Madrid release [BBC Sport]

Manchester City are ramping up their interest in Bukayo Saka, who has two years left to run on his Arsenal contract this summer [Daily Mail]

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