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Sport Rumour Has It: Dest turns down Bayern for Barca, Spurs making Skriniar move

10:16  24 september  2020
10:16  24 september  2020 Source:   goal.com

Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman wants to sign Ajax starlet Sergino Dest

  Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman wants to sign Ajax starlet Sergino Dest The 19-year-old is one of the most exciting full backs in world football and Koeman sees him as the long-term replacement for the unwanted Semedo on the right side of the Barcelona defence.The 19-year-old is one of the most exciting full-backs in world football and Ronald Koeman sees him as the long-term replacement for the unwanted Nelson Semedo.

- Manchester United have progressed talks with Barca regarding forward Ousmane Dembele, Record Sport reports. - Esport3 claims Barca are set to sign Ajax right-back Sergino Dest , who was also wanted by Bayern Munich. - Milan have offered €20million for Nikola Milenkovic but Fiorentina have

Wolves sign Semedo from Barca for £28m. Barca set to sign €20m Dest . It adds that head coach Hansi Flick has been in contact with the World Cup winner and that a deal could be reached over a one-year contract with the option Talks on with Inter to sign Skriniar but Spurs will not bid for €60m.

a close up of a man in a baseball game: Ajax full-back Sergino Dest © Getty Images Ajax full-back Sergino Dest

Bayern Munich or Barcelona?

Two of the world's biggest clubs are going head-to-head for Ajax sensation Sergino Dest.

And the club from LaLiga are reportedly favourites to land the teenager.

TOP STORY – DEST WANTS BARCA

Ajax full-back Sergino Dest has pushed aside an offer from Bundesliga and Champions League holders Bayern Munich as he looks to join Barcelona, according to Sport.

Bayern and LaLiga giants Barca are both interested in the 19-year-old United States international.

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– Manchester United have progressed talks with Barca regarding forward Ousmane Dembele, Record Sport reports. – Esport3 claims Barca are set to sign Ajax right-back Sergino Dest , who was also wanted by – Sky Sport Italia says Tottenham have opened talks for Inter defender Milan Skriniar

It is one of the most fascinating sagas currently ongoing on the international transfer market. European heavy weights Bayern Munich and Barcelona are currently in the final The only thing all sides can agree on is the price, Dest is expected to move in a deal worth €20 million plus €5 million in add-ons.

But Dest has his heart set on Barca, where a principle agreement is reportedly in place between the player and Ajax.

ROUND-UP

- Tottenham and Inter are in talks regarding centre-back Milan Skriniar, reports Sky Sport Italia. Skriniar is wanted by Jose Mourinho's Spurs but the Premier League club are unwilling to match Inter's £55million (€60m) valuation. Benfica's Ruben Dias remains a serious alternative.

- Diario AS claims Real Madrid defender Nacho Fernandez is wanted by Serie A trio Napoli, Roma and Milan.

- The same outlet also reports that Manchester United and Arsenal are two possible destinations for out-of-favour Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti. Former club Lyon, Rennes and Inter have also been linked.

- Aston Villa are eyeing Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley on loan, according to the Telegraph. Barkley is down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.

Bundesliga: Dest transfer apparently close to completion

 Bundesliga: Dest transfer apparently close to completion FC Bayern Munich is apparently about to reach an agreement with Ajax Amsterdam regarding a transfer of right-back Sergino Dest (19). This is reported by the Dutch magazine ADSportwereld. © Provided by SPOX Sergino Dest has long been the focus of FC Bayern. Accordingly, FC Bayern contacted Ajax last week. At first, the financial ideas were far apart. In a round of negotiations on Monday, the two parties are said to have come closer together. There is a transfer fee of 20 million euros.

Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked, while Barca will only target the Spaniard if they are The Englishman has previously been linked to Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich. - Inter are ready to sell defender Milan Skriniar as they eye Hellas Verona's Marash Kumbulla, according to Calciomercato.

Meanwhile, Wolves have smashed their transfer record again this summer, signing Portuguese right back Tottenham 'quoted £55m by Inter Milan for defender Milan Skriniar '. Barca have announced on Twitter on Wednesday morning that the defender has left the Nou Camp for the Premier League.

- Kicker says Barca and Roma have joined Paris Saint-Germain in looking at Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger, who looks set to leave London.

- Manchester City are still pursuing Atletico Madrid's Jose Gimenez, says the Daily Star. An alternative to Napoli star Kalidou Koulibaly, City's interest in Gimenez could be scuppered as the Uruguay international isolates and recovers from coronavirus.

- Despite already signing Gonzalo Higuain and Blaise Matuidi, Le10 Sport claims David Beckham's Inter Miami remain keen on free agent Edinson Cavani. However, the former PSG forward is still hoping to remain in Europe.


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Koeman confirms Dest medical and insists he has faith in Man Utd-linked Dembele .
Sergino Dest looks set to become Barcelona's new right-back after Ronald Koeman confirmed he is having a medical.The 19-year-old United States international has been strongly linked with a €25million move to either Barca or Bayern Munich, but it appears the Catalan club have won the race.

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