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Monday’s transfer rumours: Bastoni, Richarlison, Perisic, Lo Celso, Leno, Mane, Gnabry and more

Welcome to 101‘s daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Monday 30th May.

Gossip

Tottenham are close to announcing the free signing of Ivan Perisic, after the Croatian arrived in London over the weekend for medical tests [The London Evening Standard]

However, former teammate Andrea Bastoni is ‘reluctant’ to follow Perisic to north London as it stands. [The London Evening Standard]

Meanwhile, Tottenham, Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid are all chasing Everton forward Richarlison [Daily Mail]

And the Lilywhites are demanding £17m to allow Giovanni Lo Celso to leave permanently this summer [The Sun]

Across north London, Arsenal are demanding £8.5m for Bernd Leno [The Sun]

Arsenal plan on signing one more striker this summer in addition to Eddie Nketiah signing a new deal, with Gabriel Jesus the priority. [David Ornstein via The Athletic]

Manchester United are one of 12 clubs interested in Feyenoord defender Tyrell Malacia [Telegraaf (in Dutch)]

Manchester United are keeping tabs on Villareal forward Arnaut Danjuma ahead of the summer transfer window, but a move for the Villarreal star remains unlikely this summer [Manchester Evening News]

The Red Devils are also in talks with Villareal team-mate Pau Torres’ entourage, with his agents having travelled to the UK over the weekend [The Mirror]

Liverpool value Sadio Mane at £42.5m amid interest from Bayern Munich. [The Athletic]

Jurgen Klopp’s side are also willing to listen to offers for Takumi Minamino this summer. [The Athletic]

Luka Modric and Toni Kroos are both set to sign contract extensions with Real Madrid, but Marcelo will leave this summer. [Marca]

Eden Hazard has also confirmed his decision to remain in Madrid next season. [Marca]

Serge Gnabry has not yet accepted a new 10m euro a year offer from Bayern Munich, and while Arsenal and Real Madrid are interested, his future remains unclear [Fabrizio Romano via Caught offside]

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Written by Wynonna Judd

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On This Day: 30 May 2003