Confirmed news from Stamford Bridge as Chelsea complete official transfer deal

It’s official and confirmed aa Stamford Bridge outfit, Chelsea have completed the sale of Rudiger to Real Madrid according to reports from Fabrizio Romano, who has said everything is done about the deal.

Romano: “Everything is now done between Real Madrid and Toni Rüdiger. The deal has been completed, club sources confirm: he will play for Real. Contract until 2026, there’s no option for a further season.”

Man United Working To Bring In Van Der Gaag

Manchester United is working on the details of the contract to bring Mitchell van der Gaag to the club from Ajax, as part of Erik ten Hag’s coaching staff.

 

Van der Gaag has been considered an important addition for months – agree element getting closer. Talks ongoing.

Spurs leading race for Johnstone

Tottenham is set to beat Manchester United to the signature of goalkeeper Sam Johnstone, according to the Standard.

The 29-year-old will be available on a free transfer when his West Brom contract expires this summer and did not play for the club in the final month of the season after making his intention to move on clear.

Liverpool set to re-open Mane contract talks

Liverpool plans to re-open talks with Sadio Mane over his future at the end of the season, amid reports of interest in the Senegal star from both Bayern Munich and Barcelona.Mane is due to enter the final year of his Reds contract this summer, and negotiations over an extension have so far yet to reach a successful conclusion.

Chelsea makes striker decision

Chelsea youngster Mason Burstow is not set to be loaned out next season, according to The Athletic. The 18-year-old striker signed for the Blues earlier in the season from Charlton Athletic, though was immediately loaned back out until the end of the season.

He made his debut for the west Londoners in the Development Squad’s final game of the season, steering Chelsea clear of relegation from the Premier League 2. Burstow scored six goals for the Addicks this season.

Pep Guardiola on Erling Haaland deal done: “Everybody knows the situation [on Haaland]. Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City have told me that I am not allowed to say something until it is done”.

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