Paris SG which sees the price of Hakimi swell, Sergio Ramos towards the exit to Real or Dall’Oglio approaching Montpellier: find all the information of the football transfer window of this Monday, May 31, 2021.
Inter will not sell off Hakimi, close to PSG
In search of a large-scale right-back, Paris Saint-Germain has set their sights on Achraf Hakimi. According to RMC Sport, the Moroccan international (22 years old) has already agreed on the basis of a contract with PSG. It remains to negotiate a price with Inter Milan, forced to replenish the funds this summer, which caused the departure of his coach Antonio Conte. The Gazzetta dello Sport claimed that an agreement was close to being reached for 60 M €, which the newspaper The Parisian denied. The Corriere dello Sport goes in the direction of the daily newspaper in Ile-de-France: Inter would claim 80 M € for Hakimi, under contract until 2025 with the champions of Italy. The trump card in the sleeve of the Nerazzurri? Bayern Munich and Chelsea would not have thrown in the towel in this matter, which could lead PSG to a game of one-upmanship. Author of an excellent season, Hakimi was recruited for € 45m from Real Madrid a year ago.
Hakimi’s superb re-entrant bar strike against AS Roma last January (2-2)
Chelsea ready to break the bank for Lukaku (Inter)?
Few of the Inter Milan players do not find their name in the transfer window at the moment. Romelu Lukaku, who has compiled 24 goals and 11 assists in 36 Serie A appearances this season, is no exception either. Manchester City’s interest had already been mentioned for several months. This Monday, the Guardian We learn that Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea coach, has made the name of the Belgian striker (28) a priority. The Blues would have the financial windfall to try to crack Inter, who would prefer to sell Achraf Hakimi or even his offensive partner, the Argentinian Lautaro Martinez. The price of Lukaku, under contract until 2024, would be around € 100 million. He went through Chelsea without imposing there between 2011 and 2014, before exploding at Everton. It was bought for € 84m by Manchester United in 2017, before being sold two years later to Inter for € 74m.
Real Madrid: Ramos is going to leave, pas Vazquez
The arrival of David Alaba, made official last week, seemed to sound the death knell for Sergio Ramos at Real Madrid. According to the radio Cadena Cope, the defender and captain of Merengue (35 years old) failed to agree with his management to extend his contract. He should therefore, unless the situation turns around, leave a club he joined in 2005, from Sevilla FC. On the other hand, Lucas Vazquez should finally sign a new lease at Real. The versatile right-back (29 years old) has rendered proud services this season, and should therefore be rewarded.
Sergio Ramos and the 100 goals mark at Real Madrid
Dall’Oglio and Belhanda arrive in Montpellier
“Imminent”: this is how the newspaper The team qualifies the arrival of Olivier Dall’Oglio on the bench of Montpellier, in his edition of this Monday. The coach passed through Dijon (2012-2018) and Brest (2018-2021) should succeed Michel Der Zakarian, and initial a three-season contract. He should be quickly followed by a first recruit: the return of Younès Belhanda, free after four years spent in Galatasaray, Turkey. The Moroccan attacking midfielder (31 years old), trained at the MHSC, had been dominant in the title of champion of France in 2012. He had left the Hérault in 2013 to go to Dynamo Kiev, before returning to Ligue 1 and the OGC Nice on loan during the 2016-17 season.
Pléa (M’Gladbach) opens the door to Lyon and Lille
He compiled 5 goals and 3 assists in the Champions League, where Borussia Mönchengladbach reached the round of 16. But like his team which finished in 8th place, Alassane Pléa had a difficult season in the Bundesliga. A departure two years from the end of his contract seems to be looming. “My advisor told me a lot about the interests there are in France. Maybe a return, we’ll see, ”said the international tricolor to Canal+ this week-end. Trained in Lyon then revealed in Nice between 2014 and 2018, Pléa (28) does not refrain from returning to OL. “No it’s not crippling, it’s a very big club, they fight every year for the Champions League”, commented Pléa. And playing at LOSC, a club he supported when he was younger? “Yes, that would be good, replied the native of Lille. I never had the chance to play there, it’s 2 minutes from my home, from my parents, it’s true that it would be something special to play in front of all your friends, your family. “
The upward trajectory from Pléa to Mönchengladbach