Newcastle United takeover 'close' as PIF 'reveal' investment plans, Manchester United and Liverpool chase big money deals for La Liga pair - gossip

Speculation keeps on mounting in regards to if or when the 2019/20 Premier League season will resume - and in the transfer market.

Tuesday, 31st March 2020, 8:52 am
Latest Premier League rumours.

While the Premier League plan ways to conclude the current campaign, Newcastle United and their top-flight rivals continue to be linked with a host of new signings this summer.

We’re sharing the latest rumours from around the England’s top tier – so scroll and click through the pages to see the latest news and gossip:

Ex-Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has urged the club to stick with David De Gea and loan out Dean Henderson - which may come as a boost for Sheffield United. (Goal)

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Liverpool, Tottenham and Leeds target Ben White will not be allowed to leave Brighton next term - with the latter eyeing Middlesbrough’s Daniel Ayala instead. (Daily Star)
Freiburg defender Robin Koch, linked with Tottenham and Leeds, has admitted he is open to leaving the German club this summer. (Sport Bild)
Everton and Manchester United are closely tracking Lille midfielder Jonathan Ikone, who is valued at £62m. (LeFoot)
Arsenal and Leeds United are ready to battle it out for Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Carnesecchi after impressing on loan at Trapani. (TuttoB)
Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham and Crystal Palace are ready to make an offer for out-of-favour Liverpool defender Dejan Lovern. (TEAMTalk)
Liverpool are set to test Real Madrid’s resolve this summer by bidding for Brazilian winger Vinicius having tried to sign him last summer. (Diario Madridista)
Manchester United are confident of landing Atletico Madrid star Saul Niguez in a club-record £135m deal. Paul Pogba is expected to join Real Madrid. (Daily Star)
A consortium led by the PIF of Saudi Arabia is close to completing a takeover of Newcastle United after Magpies officials sent paperwork to the Premier League to notify of a proposed takeover. (The Times)
The Athletic also report that a takeover, which could be finalised for less than the reported £340m, is close and that PIF plan to ‘invest and grow’ the Magpies. (The Athletic)