Football transfer rumours: Man Utd's Fernandes contract decision; Newcastle target Ramsdale

  • Man Utd considering new bumper deal for club captain Fernandes
  • Ramsdale wanted by Newcastle in £15m move
  • Plus updates on Toni Kroos, Luka Modric, Victor Osimhen and more
Fernandes and Ramsdale feature in Saturday's rumours
Fernandes and Ramsdale feature in Saturday's rumours / James Gill - Danehouse / Contributor / Michael Regan / Staff

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

Manchester United may be forced into handing captain Bruno Fernandes a new contract to ensure he doesn't leave the club this summer. (Daily Star)

However, the Red Devils still see the Portuguese midfielder as a key part of their future plans and will turn down any transfer offers they receive this summer. (CaughtOffside)

Newcastle United have made a £15m move for Arsenal understudy goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, who worked under Eddie Howe during their time together at Bournemouth. (Telegraph)

Bayern Munich's search for a new manager has led them to Brighton & Hove Albion boss Roberto De Zerbi, who is now the top candidate to replace Thomas Tuchel. (BILD)

Real Madrid are considering renewing the contracts of veteran midfield duo Toni Kroos and Luka Modric, with manager Carlo Ancelotti keen for both players to stay. (Athletic)

Serie A side Napoli could make a move for Atletico Madrid forward Samu Omorodion, currently on loan at Alaves, as they search for a replacement for Victor Osimhen. (Sky Sports Italia)

Tottenham Hotspur have held initial discussions about signing Nottingham Forest star Morgan Gibbs-White, whose current club could be forced into sales this summer after falling foul of the Premier League profit and sustainability rules. (Football Insider)

Morgan Gibbs-White
Forest could be forced to sell Gibbs-White / George Wood/GettyImages

Spurs are also monitoring Brondby forward Yuito Suzuki but could face competition from the likes of Liverpool, Man Utd, Manchester City, AC Milan and Ajax among others. (bold - Denmark)

Milan remain confident of bringing in Bologna striker Joshua Zirkzee but still need to shake off rival interest from Arsenal. (Calciomercato)

Sofyan Amrabat could end up staying in the Premier League despite his disappointing loan spell at Old Trafford. Both Crystal Palace and Fulham have watched the midfielder, who impressed at the 2022 World Cup. (Sun)