Transfer Rumours 27/09: Real confident on Haaland & Mbappe, Hammers want £90m for Rice, Milan & Juve eye USMNT star

By Amreen
Real Madrid are confident about signing Haaland and Mbappe next summer
Real Madrid are confident about signing Haaland and Mbappe next summer / Catherine Steenkeste/Getty Images

The summer window may have shut, but the air is still thick with transfer rumours as clubs continue to monitor targets, already looking forward to the January window.

Some big names, including Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland could be on the move in the coming few months, and we're here to keep you posted on the latest transfer rumours.

With that, here are the top transfer rumours of the day.

Real confident on Haaland and Mbappe

Real Madrid are reportedly confident about signing both Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe next summer, according to Defensa Central.

Mbappe is yet to agree a new deal with Paris Saint-Germain and could be available for free, while Haaland reportedly has a release clause in his Borussia Dortmund contract that is set to become active next summer.

Hammers want £90m for Rice

West Ham are willing to accept £90m for Declan Rice, according to Football Insider.

Manchester United and Chelsea have been heavily linked with a move for the midfielder, who could be on the move next summer.

Milan and Juve eye USMNT star

Milan and Juventus are reportedly eyeing USMNT forward Ricardo Pepi, according to CalcioMercato.

The FC Dallas star has enjoyed a breakout campaign for both club and country, and the Serie A giants are hoping to tempt him to Europe next summer.

Dortmund CEO dismisses Haaland rumours

Borussia Dortmund won't be forced into selling Erling Haaland next summer, club CEO Hans Joachim Watzke has claimed, as he went on to label the recent rumours about their financial situation as "bullsh*t".

"It has not yet been decided whether it will really leave in the summer," Watzke has told Sport 1. "We'll just have a look. I heard someone say: 'They have to sell Haaland because they are listed on the stock exchange.' This is all bullsh*t."