Football transfer rumours: Man Utd learn Olmo price; Barcelona behind in Silva race

  • Luis Diaz considers Liverpool exit amid interest from European giants
  • Joshua Zirkzee wanted by three major clubs
  • Plus news on Aaron Ramsdale, Cole Palmer, Frenkie de Jong and more
Olmo and Silva lead Sunday's gossip
Olmo and Silva lead Sunday's gossip / Mateo Villalba/Getty Images, Michael Regan/Getty Images

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

Manchester United will have to pay the full €60m (£51.7m) release clause in Spanish playmaker Dani Olmo's contract if they are to sign him from RB Leipzig this summer. (CaughtOffside)

Barcelona are also intent on signing Olmo having lost him to Dinamo Zagreb during his days as a youth player. (Mundo Deportivo - Spain)

Arsenal face competition from Atletico Madrid and Juventus for Feyenoord striker Santiago Gimenez, who has scored 24 goals in 39 games so far this season. (Record - Mexico)

Another striker Arsenal have been linked with is Bologna's Joshua Zirkzee, who is attracting interest from Manchester United and Milan. (Gazzetta dello Sport - Italy)

Joshua Zirkzee
Zirkzee is turning heads / Alessandro Sabattini/GettyImages

PSG have withdrawn their interest in Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong due to concerns over their compliancy with UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules. (SPORT - Spain)

In terms of midfielders Barcelona want to bring in, Bernardo Silva remains on their radar, but Real Madrid currently lead the race to sign him from Manchester City. (Daily Star)

Barcelona are eyeing Liverpool's Luis Diaz as their new left winger, with the Colombia international keen on a move to Catalonia. (SPORT - Spain)

Chelsea will offer a bumper new contract to Cole Palmer following his outstanding breakout season, with plans in place to make him one of the club's top earners. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham Hotspur are weighing up a move for Luton Town defender Gabriel Osho, whose contract expires at the end of the season. (GIVEMESPORT)

Wolves have identified Arsenal's Aaron Ramsdale as a potential successor to Jose Sa, who could depart for the Saudi Pro League. (The Sun)