Wednesday's transfer news: Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs Man City latest, gossip, done deals and more
A round-up of the latest news, gossip, rumours and done deals as attention turns to the summer transfer window
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to be busy as he sets about the biggest revamp at United in years. A new centre-back is high on his priority list with Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly, Inter's Milan Skriniar and Leicester's Harry Maguire all options. It won't just be incomings, however, with Paul Pogba a target for Real Madrid. Liverpool could be active too as they look to go one better after failing to win the Premier League title by just a single point. Champions Manchester City are always big players in the market and could go big with the prospect of a potential transfer ban looming. And departures could be as fascinating in the Premier League, with Alexis Sanchez's nightmare at Old Trafford likely to end with Inter Milan and Juventus fighting it out for his signature - if he drops his wage demands.
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"To tell you I have taken the decision to leave," he said in a social media video. "To see other things, to have other challenges.
"The truth is it has been difficult to take this route, but it is what I feel I need and I would like to thank all of you for the love you have shown me during these five years."
He is Barcelona bound with the La Liga champions set to trigger his £104m release clause on July 1.
A big, big deal to kick off the summer.
Former manager Jose Mourinho had previously insisted the position had to be improved upon, only to clash with the hierarchy over the signings he wanted due to their age and price.
Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly has long been a desired target, but sources say the current asking price of over £90m is far too much.
That could well see them return to previous options like Leicester City's Maguire and Internazionale's Milan Skriniar.
There is some debate about Toby Alderweireld's suitability, given his age, at 30.
Cardiff insist the investigation into bullying claims against youth coach Craig Bellamy is ongoing and dismissed reports that the former Wales international has been sacked.
It was reported on Tuesday night that Bellamy would lose his post with the Bluebirds following allegations of bullying, intimidation and xenophobia by an academy player.
But Cardiff issued a statement on Wednesday morning, saying: "The investigation is ongoing and no formal decisions have been taken.
"There will be no further comment until the investigation process is complete."
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