Transfer Latest: Real Madrid Signs Bellingham, Kante to Al-Ittihad, Mac Allister, Thuram, Kessie, Osimhen & More

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As the football season is coming to an end across Europe, all the football clubs have kick-started their preparation to build their squad ahead of the next season which is coming up in August.

It is understood that some big names like Real Madrid legend, Karim Benzema, Legendary striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and so on, have said goodbye to their club while big clubs are beginning to eye some outstanding players who performed well in the outgoing season.

Therefore, HotNewsInNaija is bringing you the latest transfer speculations, gist and some done deals that have happened today. Here we go!!

Real Madrid signs Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund for €103m Fee Plus Bonuses

OFFICIAL: Borussia Dortmund has confirmed Jude Bellingham’s deal has been done with Real Madrid for €103m fee plus bonuses.

Fabrizio Romano reported that add-ons on Bellingham deal can amount to 30% of the fixed amount.

It is also understood that agreements have been signed between the clubs, same for Jude who signed until June 2029.

Real Madrid set to finalize Bellingham €100m deal

Borussia Dortmund midfielder, Jude Bellingham is to join Real Madrid on a €100m fee plus add-ons.

According to Fabrizio Romano, agreement in place with Borussia Dortmund and it’s a done deal.

The English midfielder will sign six year deal valid until June 2029 agreed in April.

Medical tests already booked as Madrid wanted to get it done this week.

N’Golo Kante set to join al-Ittihad on 2 years deal

Chelsea Football Club midfielder, N’Golo Kante has completed medical tests in London ahead of his move to Saudi Arabia Professional League, Al-Ittihad Football Club.

According to Italia Sports Journalist, Fabrizio Romano, the French midfielder will join Al-Ittihad on two years deal with an option for further seasons.

The World Cup winner will earn €100m per season salary, a figure which includes image rights, commercial deals, as well as, ‘creative’ portfolio.

Liverpool signs Mac Allister

Liverpool have just signed Alexis Mac Allister for £35m from Brighton and Hove Football Club.

Fabrizio Romano reported that the Reds have triggered the £35m clause to sign the midfielder after medical testswere ompleted with Brighton’s permission. Documents are now being signed.

Thuram to Paris Saint Germain

Paris Saint Germain have scheduled a new round of talks this week to discuss Marcus Thuram as a concrete target. He’s on the list of Luis Campos.

Marcus Thuram could be the Parisians’ could be the 3rd free agent signing after Marco Asensio already completed and Milan’s Škriniar who signed a pre-contract in January.

Kessie Insists on staying in Barcelona

Franck Kessie’s agent publicly describes as ‘fake news’ the info about his client giving the green light to leave Barça.

Player’s camp position has not changed as of today.

Arsenal on verge of losing Reiss Nelson to another European Club

Reiss Nelson was approached by Italian, French and English clubs but his priority has always been Arsenal: the agreement is imminent.

New long term deal, almost agreed two weeks ago — it’s about final details then Nelson will sign until June 2027 plus option included.

Manchester United set to table of offer for Napoli’s Kin Min-Jae

Manchester United have Kim Min-jae on their list since October and remains the main target. Release clause, only valid in July as United are in contact with agents; Newcastle are informed too.

Understand United are also monitoring the French market for plan B options.

Aouar Confirms He’s Leaving Lyon, set to join AS Roma

Houssem Aouar confirms he’s leaving OL as a free agent. The Algerian has already signed a contract as a new AS Roma player on a five-year deal.

Toulouse set to 2003-born winger

According Fabrizio Romano, it is understand that French Ligue 1 club, Toulouse are set to sign 2003-born winger Ibrahim Cissoko from Eredivisie side NEC.

The agreement has been reached and it will be signed this week. Cissoko picked Toulouse despite interest from Italy and England.

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