Manchester City have made an offer for Tottenham striker Harry Kane that is worth at least £100 million ($139m), reports The Guardian.
Spurs have no interest in doing business at that price, but the Premier League champions are exploring the option of putting a part-exchange deal in place. In the other transfer news,
Benfica have contacted Arsenal over Matteo Guendouzi’s availability – according to A Bola.
The Portuguese club have asked the Gunners how much the Frenchman would cost in a permanent deal as Jorge Jesus seeks to reinforce his team in the middle of the park.
Guendouzi spent the 2020-21 campaign on loan at Hertha Berlin, but still has one year left on his contract at Arsenal.
West Ham and Southampton are both eying a potential loan deal for Manchester United full-back Brandon Williams – according to The Mirror.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given the green light for the 20-year-old to secure a temporary move away from Old Trafford for the 2021-22 season.
Williams barely played for United last season, but West Ham and Southampton could offer him regular minutes as he continues his development.