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Liverpool still in Mbappe race; Man Utd lead Kimmich queue

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Liverpool and Real Madrid are the two clubs looking to poach Kylian Mbappe from PSG with his deal up at the end of the season. The France international is now free to talk to other clubs about a pre-contract agreement. (Le Parisien)

Another forward on Liverpool‘s radar is in-form Wolves hitman Hwang Hee-chan, who is also being eyed by Tottenham. (Football Insider)

Chelsea have joined Manchester United and Tottenham in the race to sign Jean-Clair Todibo from Nice, though they have only sounded out a move at this point and talks have not yet opened with the Ligue 1 side. (TeamTALK)

Matthijs de Ligt has also been linked with an exit from Bayern Munich. Arsenal are said to be looking at the centre-back in their pursuit of defensive reinforcements. (Fichajes)

Manchester United and Liverpool are the leading contenders to sign Joshua Kimmich should he be allowed to leave Bayern Munich. (AS)

Barcelona believe they could sign top midfield target Aleix Garcia from Girona for half of the current €20m asking price. (Mundo Deportivo)

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Tottenham would like to wrap up the signing of centre-back Radu Dragusin by the end of this week as Ange Postecoglou looks to add another defender to his injury-hit squad as soon as possible. (Mail)

One centre-back set to leave Tottenham is Eric Dier, whose contract expires in the summer. West Ham have made contact with the versatile England international regarding a move. (Football Transfers)

PSG are in talks with Nottingham Forest about sending goalkeeper Keylor Navas back to the City Ground after the Costa Rica star spent the second half of last season on loan there. (Football Insider)

Heading into PSG could be Kalvin Phillips, with the French champions leading the race to sign the Manchester City midfielder. (Telegraph)


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