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Liverpool have reached an agreement with Bayern Munich for the sale of Sadio Mane, The Athletic understands.

It is believed that Mane will sign a three-year contract at Bayern and will undergo a medical next week ahead of the move.

The Senegalese winger, 30, has been at Liverpool since 2016, scoring 120 goals during his six-year spell at Anfield.

Bayern had already seen two bids for Mane rejected, most recently on June 8, when they offered an initial £23.5 million, potentially rising to £30 million.

It is thought that Liverpool wanted a guaranteed fee in excess of £40 million.

Mane has just one year left to run on his contract so Liverpool felt the need to cash in this summer, to avoid losing the forward for free next year.


Calvin Ramsay signs for Liverpool

Liverpool have completed the signing of 18-year-old Scottish right-back Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen on a five-year deal for an initial £4.2m.

The deal for the Scotland Under-21 player also includes £2.5m of potential add-ons and a 17.5% sell-on clause.

There are no plans to send Ramsay on loan and he will join up with Jurgen Klopp’s first team for pre-season.

“I’m just buzzing and it’s a dream come true really to be here,” the defender said.

“It was a dream come true to play for Aberdeen, and now to be at one of the biggest, if not the biggest club in the world, it’s a massive achievement and I’m looking forward to trying to show the fans what I’ve got.”

Ramsay made 33 appearances for Aberdeen last season, scoring one goal and registering nine assists.


Eddie Nketiah has signed a five-year contract believed to be worth 100,000 pounds a week and will now wear the iconic number 14 jersey worn by Thierry Henry and recently worn by Pierre Emerick-Aubayemang.

Nketiah contract a “statement”Eddie Nketiah’s new five-year deal is a “statement” of intent from Mikel Arteta, according to Perry Groves.

The former Arsenal winger has praised the new deal and believes handing the striker the infamous no.14 shirt – once worn by Thierry Henry – is a vote of confidence in the 23-year-old.

Groves told Talksport: “He’s taken the No 14 shirt. No [it’s not added pressure], I like the way that he’s actually taken it and thought ‘yes’.”I would have thought that they would have talked about it and Arteta probably would have offered it to him.

And that’s another statement saying ‘you’re going to be one of my main players’.”It all depends who Arsenal sign because I still feel they need another forward, you need competition in places. Obviously following in Thierry Henry’s footsteps, following in Aubameyang’s footsteps.”But I think it’s testament to Nketiah and his belief in himself that he’s actually been brave enough to take the shirt.”


Arsenal have been in pursuit of Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus and has had a bid rejected for the striker. But there is now a new twist.

Tottenham pipped Arsenal to the post in the race for Champions League football – and now may do the same in order to land Gabriel Jesus.

According to The Mirror, Spurs have emerged as serious competition to sign the Manchester City striker.

And to add insult to injury, the North London club will use their top-four status to lure the forward from under the noses of their bitter rivals.

Jesus scored eight goals for the Premier League champions last season, but anticipates missing out on a first team place following the arrival of Erling Haaland.

Ajax reject Arsenal’s Martinez bid

Ajax have swiftly rejected Arsenal’s opening bid for Lisandro Martinez, and insist that the defender is not for sale.

According to TyC Sports, the Gunners approached the Amsterdam club with an offer of €30m for the Argentine international.

With no release fee in his contract, the Eredivisie champions are under no pressure to sell the 24-year-old centre-back.

However, the North London club remain undeterred, and are expected to return to the negotiation table soon with an improved deal.


Romelu Lukaku is set to return to Inter Milan after his 98 million pounds deal last summer. He was a flop and Chelsea are willing to let him go on loan with an option to buy. What an expensive flop!

The £97.5million Belgian striker is poised to return to the San Siro on loan for next season

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