Transfer market

Jovic, Zaniolo, Aguero, Neymar, Aubameyang... latest transfer talk

Roma star Nicolo Zaniolo is being eyed by Serie A giants Juventus and Inter while Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offload striker Luka Jovic.

Jovic, Zaniolo, Aguero, Neymar, Aubameyang... latest transfer talk
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Juventus and Inter are reportedly ready to do battle for Roma star Nicolo Zaniolo while Real Madrid have reportedly lost patience with Luka Jovic and will offer him up for sale a year after splashing out €60m on the Serbia striker. 

Zaniolo, 21, made his return from a serious knee injury this month and has repeatedly been linked with a move away from Roma.  

Inter and Juventus keen on Zaniolo

Inter are ready to challenge Juventus to re-sign Roma star Zaniolo, according to CalcioMercato.

Zaniolo is considered one of Europe's best young talents, and left Inter for Roma in 2018.

Roma reportedly want at least €50million for the five-time Italy international. 

Agüero could stay at City, no Neymar for Barça

- Contracted at Manchester City until 2021, Sergio Agüero may yet stay at the Etihad Stadium a little longer. The Mirror reports City have not ruled out giving the star forward, 32, a one-year extension.

- With Neymar repeatedly linked with a return to Barcelona, it seems the LaLiga giants are wanting to distance themselves from the Paris Saint-Germain star according to reports in Spain. 

- Staying at Camp Nou and Barcelona apparently have interest in two players from Tottenham. The Daily Star says Barça want Ryan Sessegnon and Tanguy Ndombele. However, it reports Spurs will reject all offers for Sessegnon this close season.

- Philippe Coutinho's future remains unclear. Mundo Deportivo reports the playmaker, who is on loan at Bayern Munich from Barcelona until the end of the season, will not decide his future until after the Champions League next month.

- Plenty of talk continues to surround Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who is coming out of contract at the Premier League club next year. The Daily Star reports the forward will sign a contract extension with Arsenal – if no other club makes an official approach.

- After just two goals in 25 games for Real Madrid, Luka Jovic seems set for an exit. According to Mundo Deportivo, Juventus, Inter, Chelsea, Leicester City, Milan and Napoli are all considering moves for the forward.