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Football gossip: Lukaku, Calvert-Lewin, Solanke, Olise, Gallagher

Written by on June 6, 2024

Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is open to a move amid interest from multiple clubs, Dominic Calvert-Lewin could leave Everton on a free transfer and Manchester United have bid for a young defender.

Chelsea and Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 31, has opened the door to a Saudi Pro League move but also has interest from AC Milan, Napoli and from Jose Mourinho for a reunion with his former manager at Fenerbahce. (Telegraph, subscription required), external

Any Napoli move for Lukaku would only happen if they managed to sell Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 25, first. (Times, subscription required), external

Everton risk losing England striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin on a free transfer in 2025 after a halt in contract talks with the 27-year-old. (Football Insider), external

Six Premier League clubs – Chelsea, Aston Villa, Newcastle, Everton, Nottingham Forest and Leicester – face having to sell players before the end of June in order to comply with the division’s Profit and Sustainability Rules. (Sky Sports), external

England and Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke, 27, has a release clause of £65m in his contract, but it can only be activated by certain clubs. (Athletic, subscription required), external

Manchester United have made a 60m euro bid for Lille defender Leny Yoro, 18, but face a fight for the French teenager’s signature with Real Madrid. (Marca, in Spanish), external

Chelsea have made Crystal Palace and France Under-21 winger Michael Olise, 22, one of their top summer transfer targets, with the Blues ready to rival Manchester United to land the £60m-rated player. (Standard), external

Barcelona and Spain forward Mariona Caldentey, 28, has agreed to join Women’s Super League side Arsenal when her current contract expires at the end of June. (Sky Sports), external

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