Premier League Transfers: Man United want Goretzka, Neves; Arsenal keen on Maddison; Everton join Lingard chase

Jesse Lingard and Ole Gunnar Solskaer of Manchester United
Jesse Lingard and Ole Gunnar Solskaer of Manchester United

Manchester United table offer for Goretzka

Manchester United are looking to sign the German international Leon Goretzka this summer.

The 26-year-old midfielder is in the final twelve months of his contract with the German club, and Bayern Munich have not been able to agree on an extension with him so far.

According to Daily Mail, the Premier League side have now tabled a concrete £200,000 a week offer to sign the player.

Real Madrid and Barcelona are keen on signing the 26-year-old as well.

Manchester United could use some quality reinforcements in the midfield, and Goretzka is one of the best around.

Manchester United interest in Ruben Neves

The Red Devils are also looking at the Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Ruben Neves.

According to talksport, the Red Devils are currently in pole position to sign the player.

Manchester United want to bring in a quality midfielder regardless of the future of Paul Pogba, and they are hoping to unite Neves with his compatriot Bruno Fernandes at the club level.

Neves is a target for Arsenal and Liverpool as well. The midfielder is likely to cost around £35 million this summer.

Arsenal plot player plus cash deal for Maddison

Arsenal are looking to add more creativity to their midfield, and they have identified the Leicester City star James Maddison as a summer target.

According to Daily Mirror, the Gunners are now willing to offer Reiss Nelson and Ainsley Maitland Niles to Leicester as a part of a £50 million-plus bid to land the attacking midfielder.

Maddison has been outstanding since his move to the King Power Stadium, and he could prove to be a quality long term acquisition for the Londoners.

Everton join Lingard race

Everton have joined the race to sign the 28-year-old Manchester United attacker Jesse Lingard.

The forward was on loan at West Ham United during the second half of last season and he managed to showcase his quality with regular football at the London club.

Rafa Benitez is looking to add more depth to his attack, and Lingard could prove to be a quality addition for them in the short term.

The player is unlikely to get regular opportunities at Old Trafford next year, and perhaps another loan spell or a permanent move away from the Red Devils would be ideal for him this summer.