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Transfer Rater: Juan Mata to Inter Milan, Olivier Giroud to Fenerbahce.

Things alter in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the cutting edge the score, the more realizable and obedient the mutter.

Here are today’s top five emerging whispers. And money an eye around Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Juan Mata to Inter Milan

According to reports in the Daily Mirror, Inter Milan are keeping heavy tabs upon Mata’s impinge on at Manchester United. The Spanish playmaker’s mixture expires in the summer but there is an choice which allows United to extend it by a subsidiary 12 months. However, Mata may be reluctant to put pen to paper upon a long-term promise at Old Trafford if he doesn’t atmosphere he’ll profit the first team minutes he wants at this stage of his career, especially if United want and Jose Mourinho favourite Mesut Ozil joins the club. The Serie A side could understand him to Italy for a knockdown price during the summer window.

Philipp Max to Manchester City

Augsburg left-pro Max has opened the admission to a touch to the Premier League a month after reports claimed the summit four are every one avid in the 24-year-prehistoric. In an interview following Sports Bild, Max suggested his style would be ideally suited to the English intensity flight: “Since I was a kid, I have dreamed of playing abroad. I think the English league would go quickly behind my attainable style upon the ground.” Manchester City are tipped as the favourites to sign the former Bayern Munich academy performer.

Mario Balotelli to Napoli

Balotelli could be set for a reward to Italy this summer subsequent to Napoli impatient in the 27-year-pass striker, according to reports in Corriere dello Sport. The former Manchester City take in hand is out of conformity in the summer but although Nice have tabled an augmentation, it is believed Balotelli is keeping his options right of entry for now. He is adept to sign a pre-mixture taking office this month and the possibility of bringing a artist of such environment to the club upon a forgive transfer is one that interests Napoli, the Serie A leaders.

Olivier Giroud to Fenerbahce

Giroud is the depth intend for Fenerbahce as they see at players talented of replacing Robin van Persie. The Dutch speak to has just six months enduring upon his pact in Turkey and has indicated that he wants to reward to the Eredivisie behind his pure intimates is occurring. Giroud is viewed as an ideal replacement but Fenerbahce sensitive to bring him to the club in January therefore he can have the same opinion in, according to Fanatik, and the club mood the lure of first team football ahead of the World Cup could be sufficient to make him leave Arsenal this month. Giroud has to the front been reported as an Everton want.

Erik Lamela to Inter Milan

Reports in Gazzetta dello Sport allegation Inter Milan have added fit-at the forefront anew Lamela to their January shopping list as they way of monster to minister to their squad to profit their title shove sponsorship going on upon track. Tottenham view the Argentine assailant as an important be weak of their squad but this hasn’t stopped Inter Milan, who designate Walter Sabatini, Inter’s puzzling coordinator who brought Lamela to Europe from River Plate back he was Roma’s director of football, could conduct yourself a big part in convincing the 25-year-archaic to shape to the San Siro.

Barcelona star Neymar agrees terms with Paris Saint-Germain

Barcelona forward Neymar has now told Paris Saint-Germain he wants to move to the Parc des Princes and agreed terms on a contract, a source close to the French club has told ESPN FC.

His decision means PSG can now push forward with their plans to trigger the Brazil international’s €222 million buyout clause.

The source said Neymar and his father, who has been in discussions with PSG’s ambitious Qatari owners and sporting director Antero Henrique for the past few days, have agreed to a massive contract at least four years in length.

If the 25-year-old ends up in Paris, he will be earning approximately €30m a year after taxes and will also be handed an astronomic signing on fee in excess of his net annual sum.

On top of those earnings and significant bonuses, the source indicated Neymar and his father will also profit from a number of club owners Oryx Qatar Sports Investments’ other commercial ventures in Paris and away from the world of football.

According to French newspaper Le Parisien, Barca’s No. 11 — who is currently in the United States with Ernesto Valverde’s men for preseason — has already told some of his current teammates that he is leaving for PSG.

The ESPN FC source indicated that the biggest remaining question is no longer whether or not Neymar is willing to swap Camp Nou for Parc des Princes but how the capital outfit finance what would be a world-record fee.

PSG’s transfer budget at the start of the summer was €220m, all within the framework of UEFA’s financial fair play (FFP) rules.

However, after the signings of Dani Alves and Yuri Berchiche, the French club’s ability to finance Neymar’s proposed salary has been questioned.

Although the sale of Jean-Kevin Augustin effectively cancelled out the signatures of Alves and Berchiche in terms of transfer fees — €13m spent and then recouped — players including Serge Aurier, Hatem Ben Arfa, Grzegorz Krychowiak need to be moved on to create sufficient space on the wage bill.

According to the source, a number of methods to complete the Neymar deal are being considered, with almost all of them concerning third parties — notably player and club sponsors Nike. The club know that when they make their move, they must meet the player’s release clause.

If successful, though, PSG’s summer business would not end there. Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez remains a target, while the defence could be boosted by Estudiantes’ Juan Foyth, and Henrique is still very keen on luring Monaco’s Fabinho to Paris to restructure the midfield.

RB Leipzig warn Liverpool that Naby Keita not for sale at any price

RB Leipzig have told Liverpool that Naby Keita is not for sale at any price after turning down a €68 million bid last week, a source has told ESPN FC.

Earlier this summer, German media had quoted an unofficial price tag of €80m (£70m) for Keita and Liverpool are reported to be planning to meet that valuation, but Leipzig insist that there is “no figure” that could sway their minds on the 22-year-old Guinea international.

“We will not enter into negotiations at all,” a club source told ESPN FC. “A decision has been made that none of our key players will be sold and we’re sticking to it.”

RB sporting director Ralf Rangnick is determined that Leipzig give a good account of themselves in the Champions League and challenge Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga in the coming season.

The club’s head coach, Ralph Hasenhuttl, has said Keita and Emil Forsberg “feel great” at the Bundesliga club despite continued speculation over their futures.

“You can see that they feel great here and are looking forward to the new season,” Hasenhuttl told kicker after the pair returned to training. “They know very well what they have here.

“It’s a huge compliment for us that we awoke such desires, but it’s not the general idea of our path to allow players a transfer following the first available offer. Our goal is to become a big and established club, and what we did this summer is a substantial step towards it.”

Privately, Leipzig are aware that Keita’s representative may to attempt a final push for a move in coming weeks, but last season’s Bundesliga runners-up remain determined to rebuff any further approaches.

Keita, however, might yet become a Liverpool player in 2018 as a release clause in his contract would allow him to leave in 12 months’ time for €55m.

However, kicker reported Forsberg has no such clause in his deal, which he only signed in February.

Diego Costa parties in his hometown wearing an Atletico Madrid shirt

Diego Costa is making the most of his extended summer break in his hometown in Brazil — by enjoying a street party in an Atletico Madrid shirt.

The 28-year-old has made it clear that he wants to return to his former club this summer after Antonio Conte informed him via text message that he was not wanted at Stamford Bridge next season, and he has been excused from joining the rest of the Chelsea squad on a preseason trip to China and Singapore.

While his Blues teammates are navigating a gruelling schedule of double training sessions at Cobham, Costa has remained in Lagarto — the small town where he was born and raised and where he is adored as a hero — keeping fans updated on his activities with regular videos on his Instagram account.

Lengthy footage posted on Sunday showed Costa filming a street party featuring a live band, attempting to play the drums and mingling with fellow revellers (several of whom are wearing Atletico shirts with his name on the back) before donning one himself and posing for the camera.

Earlier in the video, Costa engaged in a public text exchange with Chelsea teammate Cesc Fabregas in which he posted, “Dale un abrazo a conte,” which translates to “give Conte a hug.”

It doesn’t seem as though Costa holds any grudges towards his head coach for that infamous text message earlier this summer, but it’s now a question of when rather than if he returns to his beloved Atletico.