Gossip: Osimhen to join PSG for ₦75b, Ancelotti to leave Real Madrid

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TRANSFERS Gossip: Osimhen to join PSG for ₦75b, Ancelotti to leave Real Madrid

Joba Ogunwale 09:06 - 22.03.2023
Super Eagles star Victor Osimhen and Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti headline our transfer column today.

Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) will meet Victor Osimhen’s representatives over a potential transfer but they will have to pay €150m for the Nigerian services. (Foot Mercato via Pulse Sports

Portugal full-back Joao Cancelo is willing to stay at Bayern Munich when his loan from Manchester City ends this summer. (Sky Germany via GGFN) 

Carlo Ancelotti is increasingly likely to leave Real Madrid this summer and sign for Brazil's national team, according to Ederson. (Fabrizio Romano) 

Diédry Kouassi is expected to leave Monaco this summer for another Ligue 1 club. (GFFN) 

Simeone Inazghi’s days are numbered at Inter Milan, with the Nerazzurri considering Thiago Motta as a replacement. (Di Marzio via GIFN) 

Marcelo Brozovic and Denzel Dumfries could be part of a summer clearout that will happen at Inter Milan this summer. (La Gazzetta via GIFN) 

Neal Maupay is set to leave Everton this summer, with Salernitana likely to be his next destination. (Fabrizio Romano) 

France midfielder Adrien Rabiot could sign a new contract at Juventus when his current deal expires this summer. (Tuttosport via Fabrizio Romano) 

Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could make a sensational return to Barcelona this summer. (Mundo Deportivo

Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner has turned down a new contract amidst reports he is in line to replace Antonio Conte as Tottenham Hotspur manager. (Sky Germany via GGFN)

Chelsea could terminate Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s contract, allowing the Gabon striker to leave for free. (Mail

PSG are set to go back for Portugal and Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva this summer. (Revelo

Super Eagles star Alex Iwobi is set to sign a new contract at Everton. (Football Insider

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