Transfer news LIVE: Pogba Neymar latest, Man Utd, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Barcelona | Football | Sport

Transfer news LIVE: Pogba Neymar latest, Man Utd, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Barcelona | Football | Sport

TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Man Utd, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal updates plus latest from Europe

Tuesday April 10

Pogba Neymar switch

09.25: Talk is rumbling on about a possible deal involving Paul Pogba and Neymar.

She bookmakers are already drawing up markets for the swap deal, which could also include Anthony Martial.

And now Spanish newspaper Sport are reporting the deal could happen.

Pogba is supposedly open to the move and PSG would be interested in landing the France international.

But the departure of Neymar would likely be the biggest stumbling block, with PSG having paid £200m for the forward just last summer.

Isco to Juventus

09.00: Liverpool could miss out on a deal for Isco this summer as Juventus enter the picture.

are said to be keen on landing the Real Madrid star, who remains on the periphery of Zinedine Zidane’s first team.

A summer transfer could be in the pipeline, especially if he impresses at the World Cup this summer.

But Spanish transfer experts Diario Gol claim Juve and Real chiefs will meet this week during their Champions League showdown to discuss Isco’s future.

Upamecano to Barcelona

08.30: Arsenal’s reported interest in RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano is set to be rivalled by Barcelona.

, Bayern Munich and AC Milan are also said to be keen on the centre-back.

But French TV station Telefoot claim Barca are preparing an £87m (€100m) deal for Upamecano, to beat off competition from the Gunners and their fellow suitors.

Chelsea loanee wanted

08.15: Bayern Munich and PSG and interested in signing Chelsea’s Kenedy.

The Brazilian has spent this term on loan at Newcastle, where he has become a fans’ favourite.

The Toon could make an offer for him in the summer but Sky Sports claim European giants Bayern and PSG are eyeing rival bids.

Kenedy recently spoke highly of his time at Newcastle, telling UOL Esporte: “If it is good for everyone, it would be a pleasure to keep donning the shirt of such a big team.

”[Benitez] insists that I learn how to speak English.

“He acts like a father, and I learn a lot from him.”

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