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African All Stars Transfer News and Rumours: Inter Milan target summer Haller bid

5:19 PM WAT 07/03/2022
Sebastian Haller, Ajax
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Inter target summer Haller bid

According to Football Insider, Inter Milan are have made Ajax star Sebastian Haller their top striker target for the summer.

It's understood the Dutch side will want to make a profit on their £20m signing and so Inter will have to pay up if they want their man.

 

Manchester United Utd tracking Olise

Manchester United are watching Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise ahead of a potential summer move, according to the MEN.

Olise, currently at the centre of an international tussle between England and France, has impressed in the Premier League since his £8 million move from Reading last summer.

His versatility and ability to play in multiple attacking roles could attract Man Utd, who could lose the likes of Marcus Rashford this summer.

 

Spurs want to sign Osimhen 

Antonio Conte wants Tottenham to land Napoli striker Victor Osimhen, according to Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli.

Osimhen has scored 23 goals in 54 appearances for the Serie A side having joined in a €68m (£57m) deal from Lille in the summer of 2020.

With Harry Kane's long term Spurs future in doubt, Conte is reportedly eyeing the Nigerian as a possible replacement.

 

Aubameyang wants Dembele to stay at Barca

Barcelona striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is keen to continue playing with Ousmane Dembele beyond the current season.

"I would like him to stay a year or two longer, I am very happy playing with him," the ex-Arsenal man told reporters when asked about Dembele, who has been linked recently with a free transfer to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer.

 

Aubameyang delighted to have adapted quickly to life at Barcelona

Barcelona star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang already feels at home at Barcelona, but affirmed that he did not expect to have any problems adapting to Camp Nou, GOAL reports.

The Gabon international was allowed to leave on a free by Arsenal in January after being stripped of the captaincy in north London.

He has made a rapid impact at Barca, with his arrival coinciding with an upturn in the club's fortunes over the past two months.