The news is rich this Tuesday with movements of big players announced all across Europe. Monaco has great ambitions in particular with its new coach Nico Kovac. And Edinson Cavani is said to be close to signing for a big club.
The top scorer in the history of PSG, Edinson Cavani, has found an agreement with Benfica according to A Bola. In addition to cashing a check for around 8 million euros, the Uruguayan would receive 2.5 million euros per year in the Portuguese capital. A last financially advantageous challenge then. But also interesting sportingly with a Champions League campaign to come from the Luz stadium.
On the Barça side, Ousmane Dembélé represents a strong bargaining chip given its price set at around 90 million euros. He would not be the only one to be pushed towards the exit by the Catalan leaders. Jean-Clair Todibo, Martin Braithwaite, Nelson Semedo, Rafinha or Coutinho will not be selected in the event of an offer. For the moment, the most likely departure remains that of Ivan Rakitic. His former club, Sevilla, intends to recover him for the sum of 10 million euros.
Kovac sees things big for Monaco
The big blow of the summer transfer window could however come from Dortmund. According to Sky, the German club are close to finalizing the transfer of Jadon Sancho in the coming days, leaving for Manchester United with a five-year contract. The cost of the transaction: 100 million euros.
On the Monaco side, the new coach Nico Kovac has great ambitions to restore the image of ASM. According to France Football, he is eyeing very interesting rookies such as Luka Jovic of Real Madrid, German world champion Mario Götze, or even perhaps Sébastien Haller.
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