Football transfer rumours: Alexander-Arnold makes Liverpool contract decision; PSG join James race

  • Arsenal & Tottenham prepared to battle for £100m-rated striker
  • Man Utd make drastic change to transfer strategy
  • Plus updates on Rodrygo, Aaron Ramsdale, Martin Zubimendi, Amadou Onana & more

Alexander-Arnold & James headline the gossip
Alexander-Arnold & James headline the gossip / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA | Robin Jones/Getty Images

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

Trent Alexander-Arnold wants to sign a new Liverpool contract and is set to strike an agreement over a new £9m-a-year deal. (Football Insider)

Even if Kylian Mbappe joins Real Madrid, Rodrygo does not want to leave the Santiago Bernabeu, despite interest from Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain. (El Larguero - Spain)

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are both keen to sign Newcastle United striker Alexander Isak, who is valued at £100m. (Sun)

Also on the radars of both Arsenal and Tottenham are Porto striker Evanilson, 24, and midfielder Alan Varela, 22. (HITC)

Leaving Arsenal could be goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, with Newcastle ready to reignite their interest in the stopper. (Mail)

Aaron Ramsdale
Ramsdale could be on the move / Justin Setterfield/GettyImages

PSG have made contact with Chelsea right-back Reece James over a possible move to France but the Blues captain is expected to stay at Stamford Bridge until at least the summer of 2025. (FootballTransfers)

Arsenal remain keen to sign Real Sociedad midfielder Martin Zubimendi, who was on Bayern Munich's list of targets if they managed to hire Xabi Alonso this summer. (Fabrizio Romano)

Sir Jim Ratcliffe wants to take Man Utd's transfer business in a different direction and is eyeing up moves for Luton Town midfielder Ross Barkley and Fulham centre-back Tosin Adarabioyo. (Express)

Everton are prepared to demand £60m to part ways with midfielder Amadou Onana, who is now a target for West Ham United. (Football Insider)