Check Out “Arsenal may sign former Man United target Jurrien Timber”. Timber was rumored to be interested in signing with Manchester United in order to reunite with his previous manager Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford. He was even seen in the audience at the FA Cup final that took place a month ago.

According to Fabrizio Romano, the defender has decided that he wants to go with Arsenal, and the Gunners are getting ready to make a new offer for him. However, he currently has his sights set on signing with Arsenal.

Ahead of his move to the Emirates, Timber has already reached an agreement with regard to the personal details of a five-year contract.

Arsenal May Sign Former Man United Target Jurrien Timber
Arsenal May Sign Former Man United Target Jurrien Timber

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Adrien Rabiot is still a target for Manchester United.

Due to the fact that the midfielder’s contract with Juventus is set to expire at the end of June, the player’s future is now unknown.

Because of this, the 28-year-old player is now free to negotiate the terms of a free transfer prior to the start of the new season.

Rabiot has been a long-term target for Manchester United, who are eager to add a central midfielder to their roster after this summer’s transfer window opens.

Although United are continuing their discussions with Mason Mount, talkSPORT has learned that the club is also looking at other players, notably the outstanding player for Brighton, Moises Caicedo.

In the event that a transfer to Old Trafford is completed, Rabiot may be a cost-effective alternative to consider.


Chelsea’s initial transfer window discussions have focused more on departures so far, but the Blues are very close to making their first summer addition.

Nicolas Jackson, a striker for Villarreal, has agreed to personal terms and successfully completed a physical examination in order to become Mauricio Pochettino’s first signing.

The Blues are planning to offer the forward £30 million (35 million Euros) in exchange for his services, and in exchange, he will commit to an eight-year contract with the London giants.