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Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with Manchester City, while Paul Pogba may be forced to leave Manchester United. Here are eight major transfer rumors that have surfaced in the last 24 hours!

This transfer window has been hectic for many teams and players throughout Europe, but it may get even busier if some of the newest speculations come true before the window closes at the end of August.

According to The Athletic and numerous other English newspapers, Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson may quit the Reds this summer if he does not sign a new contract with the 2019/20 Premier League champions.

The contract discussions for the 31-year-old captain at Liverpool have allegedly stagnated, leading to rumors that clubs such as PSG, Atletico Madrid, Arsenal, and Juventus are keeping an eye on his position at Anfield.

Staying in England, Ronaldo has been linked with a stunning transfer to Manchester City in the Premier League, with the Juventus striker’s future looking uncertain since the end of the previous season.

This was reported by the Italian newspaper CalcioMercato, but according to the Manchester Evening News, Gabriel Jesus may be used as part of a prospective deal to lure the ex-Real Madrid great back to Manchester.

Antoine Griezmann, who is expected to depart Barcelona this summer, is thought to have piqued the interest of Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea, who are also rumoured to be interested in West Ham United and England midfielder Declan Rice.

The 22-year-old was on the Blues’ books before joining the Hammers as a youngster, and has been heavily predicted to return to the club in recent seasons. More interesting transfer speculations may be seen in the gallery above.

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Sibongiseni Ndlazi is the co-founder at Vergeon Media Group, He leads Vergeon’s strategy with his innate sense of the web and technology, which are core to the company’s operations and future growth.

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