Here are some latest transfer news today july-19-2020 from Europe's top 5 League's
1)Arsenal have begun talks over a swap deal for Philippe Coutinho,with hopes of Matteo Guendouzi Join Barcelona as a part of the deal.
A potential swap is seen by the Gunners as a way to get Mikel Arteta's strict budget.(Source:Daily Express)
2) Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood will earn a new deal at Old Trafford worth £40,000-a week-just 9 months after he signed his last(Source: Sun on Sunday)
3)Torino Football Club hitman Andrea Belloti could be on his way to Manchester United this summer.
The Italian striker is also wanted by Inter Milan but both will need a bid of more than the €40million offered by Fiorentina in January(Source: Tuttosports)
4)Former Bayern Munich head coach Niko Kovac is set to be appointed as the new manager of AS Monaco,after the LIGUE 1 side sacked Roberto Moreno(Source:L' Equipe)
5) Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce is planning a summer move for Scotland midfielder John McGinn if Aston Villa FC are relegated.
Along with Danny Rose,who is expected to seal a permanent move to Saint James Park,Bruce has made McGinn his top target(Source:Daily Star)
6) Leicester City Football Club and Newcastle United have joined the list of clubs interested in Norwich's Todd Cantwell which could see the Nodfolk Nedved remain in the Premier League.(Source:Daily Mail)
7)Mikel Arteta is set to seal a deal to keep Dani Ceballos at the Emirates and sign him from Real Madrid (Source:Daily Mirror)
8)Deal Done:Benfica have once again appointed Jorge Jesus as the new head coach (Source:Sport Lisbao e Portugal)
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