Barcelona target Salah, Man United eye Bale - transfer talk
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah is reportedly wanted by Barcelona, while Manchester United could move for Real Madrid outcast Gareth Bale.
Mohamed Salah is being tipped for a switch to LaLiga once more.
Salah, who on Saturday scored a hat-trick in Liverpool's 4-3 opening-day win over Leeds United in the Premier League - is reportedly wanted by Barcelona.
TOP STORY – BARCELONA MAKE SALAH TOP TARGET
The Blaugrana have made the Egyptian forward their top transfer target, according to the Express.
Salah and his Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mané have often been linked with moves to Barça's rivals Real Madrid.
Since Ronald Koeman arrived to take charge at Camp Nou, Barça have been said to be interested to numerous forwards, including Lyon star Memphis Depay.
- Frustrated in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, Manchester United may look elsewhere. The Express reports the Premier League giants could make a move for Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale.
- Back at Camp Nou and Luis Suárez is expected to make an exit this close season. Mundo Deportivo reports Juventus – the most strongly linked to the forward – remain hopeful of signing Suarez.
- Could Christian Eriksen leave Inter after less than a year? CalcioMercato reports the Serie A giants are prepared to listen to offers for the midfielder.
- Inter may already have their replacement if the Denmark international leaves. Gianluca Di Marzio reports Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal is "one step away" from joining Inter.
- Emiliano Martínez looks set to leave Arsenal. Goal reports the goalkeeper is close to a £20 million move to Aston Villa with a deal to be finalised in the coming days. Martínez has been at Arsenal since 2010.
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