Transfer Speculation on Tuesday: Silva, Rice, Mac Allister, Mount, Osimhen, Neves, Gallagher, and Madison.

Paris Saint-Germain is targeting Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva as a replacement for Lionel Messi, according to Le Parisien. Arsenal is willing to offer Declan Rice a record £90m and could also sell Granit Xhaka. Brighton’s Moises Caicedo is an important target for the Gunners in the summer transfer window. Manchester United have reportedly agreed to pay the €50m release clause for Napoli’s South Korean defender Kim Min-jae. Alexis Mac Allister of Brighton is interested in joining a Champions League club and is rumored to be linked with Liverpool and Manchester United.

Chelsea’s manager Mauricio Pochettino is set to negotiate a contract extension with Mason Mount, while the team wants to sign Napoli’s Victor Osimhen as part of their summer rebuilding. Wolves want at least £45m for Portuguese midfielder Rubén Neves, who is also being pursued by Barcelona. Crystal Palace’s manager Roy Hodgson is close to sealing a one-year contract extension.

Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse has no relegation clause in his contract, and the club is anticipating bids from Aston Villa, West Ham, and Tottenham. Newcastle United is reportedly interested in RB Leipzig’s Dominik Szoboszlai and Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher, as well as Leicester’s James Maddison. Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund both want Mexican midfielder Edson Alvarez, whom Ajax is rumored to be considering selling for £30m.

Manchester United’s Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe are set to be released, while the club is considering a move for Borussia Dortmund’s Gregor Kobel. West Ham is considering appointing a director of football to relieve the pressure on sporting director Mark Noble and limit manager David Moyes’ influence. Valencia’s Yunus Moussa is being monitored by West Ham. Tottenham is looking to sign Brentford’s goalkeeper David Raya, as Hugo Lloris is expected to leave the club in the summer. Brentford might sign Freiburg’s goalkeeper Mark Flecken. Tottenham held talks with Roma’s sporting director Tiago Pinto about the role of football director.

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