Football transfer rumours: Barcelona eye Nunez as Lewandowski replacement; Man Utd await Antony offers

  • Barca eye Nunez in bid to replace 35-year striker Lewandowski
  • Man Utd still waiting on offers for much-maligned winger
  • Further updates on Michael Olise, Jarrad Branthwaite, Joshua Zirkzee and more
Nunez and Antony are in Sunday's rumours
Nunez and Antony are in Sunday's rumours / James Gill - Danehouse / Contributor / Matthew Peters / Contributor

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

Barcelona are considering a shock move for Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez as they look to offload Robert Lewandowski and bring in someone on smaller wages. (The Sun)

Manchester United are yet to receive any concrete enquiries for Brazilian winger Antony, who has scored just one Premier League goal this season, with Crystal Palace star Michael Olise wanted as a new winger at Old Trafford. (Rudy Galetti)

The Red Devils may also attempt to use England defender Harry Maguire as a sweetener in their bid to swoop for Everton star Jarrad Branthwaite. (Daily Star)

Arsenal are prepared to offer Bologna striker Joshua Zirkzee a five-year contract worth £115,000 a week, though Serie A champions Inter as well as Man Utd and Aston Villa are all keen on a potential transfer. (Tuttosport)

Another option for the Gunners in attack is Juventus and Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic, who has two years remaining on his current contract. (Tuttosport)

Chelsea are willing to include Romelu Lukaku in a players-plus-cash deal to sign Victor Osimhen from Napoli, though the Serie A side also want a young player included on top of a £77m transfer fee. (Gianluca Di Marzio)

Jarell Quansah is in line to be rewarded with a new contract after a breakout season inn Liverpool's defence. (Mirror)

David Raya
Raya will become a permanent Arsenal signing / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Arsenal have a verbal agreement with Brentford to complete the permanent signing of goalkeeper David Raya, who has secured the Premier League's Golden Glove in his first season at the Emirates Stadium. (Fabrizio Romano)

Former Chelsea and Brighton manager Graham Potter is in the picture to take over at Ajax, who have given up hope of a return for old head coach Erik ten Hag. (De Telegraaf)

The Dutchman remains a potential candidate to take over from Thomas Tuchel at Bayern Munich. (Christian Falk)