Football transfer rumours: Man Utd consider shock move for Chelsea star; Liverpool reignite Chiesa interest

  • Arsenal and Chelsea handed boost in race for Sporting CP's Ousmane Diomande
  • Phil Foden makes admission on Man City stay
  • Plus updates on Xavi Simons, Joshua Kimmich, Johan Bakayoko and more
Two stars in Tuesday's headlines
Two stars in Tuesday's headlines / Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images, Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world...

Manchester United will consider a move for Chelsea's Levi Colwill if they are unable to secure the £60m signing of Everton centre-back Jarrad Branthwaite. Juventus' Gleison Bremer is also on the Red Devils' radar. (Daily Star)

PSG's Xavi Simons would prefer to join Barcelona ahead of other interested clubs, such as Chelsea, Man Utd, Newcastle United, RB Leipzig and Bayern Munich. (Mundo Deportivo - Spain)

Sporting CP are ready to sell Arsenal and Chelsea target Ousmane Diomande for roughly £20m less than his £70m release clause. (Record - Portugal)

Liverpool could make a fresh move for long-term target Federico Chiesa, who may leave Juventus this summer. Bayern, Milan, Napoli and Roma are also interested. (TEAMtalk)

Another forward wanted by Liverpool is Belgium youngster Johan Bakayoko, who helped fire PSV Eindhoven to Dutch Eredivisie glory ahead of Arne Slot's Feyenoord this year. (Football Insider)

Johan Bakayoko
Bakayoko is turning heads / Soccrates Images/GettyImages

Leeds United's Crysencio Summerville is also a target for Liverpool, with Chelsea too monitoring the Dutch winger. (Daily Mirror)

PSG are weighing up whether to sell midfielder Manuel Ugarte and bring in a marquee signing such as Bayern's Joshua Kimmich or Newcastle's Bruno Guimaraes in his place. (Le10Sport - France)

Tottenham Hotspur right-back Emerson Royal is in talks with Milan over a summer move to San Siro. (Gianluca Di Marzio - Italy)

Phil Foden has claimed he never considered leaving Manchester City in search of game time having struggled to break into Pep Guardiola's first XI earlier in his career. (BBC Sport)