Bayern Munich claims Tottenham striker while Liverpool star has reportedly agreed a three-year deal with the club.

Bayern Munich claims Tottenham striker while Liverpool star has reportedly agreed a three-year deal with the club.

The most recent Premier League transfer news, including Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester United

The multitude of preseason friendly games have only just begun, but that hasn’t deterred social media warriors from dusting off their editing equipment in order to identify the newest ‘flop’ of the summer.

This occurred this week following Manchester United’s 2-0 victory over Leeds United in Norway. Preseason is well underway, with the customary traditions of wholesale substitutions at halftime, with some Premier League teams visiting their lower league rivals only to dispatch their youth team as their senior players jet off to other leagues.

Mount will not be the only target of malicious social media edits this summer, as rival admirers attempt to get in early jabs. And as the rumor mill continues to churn, here are some of the most recent and significant Premier League transfer rumors for this Sunday.

Munich assured as Kane pursuit continues
Bayern Munich executive Uli Hoeness told German media that he believes Tottenham Hotspur sensation Harry Kane will join the Bundesliga club this summer.

In a conversation with Kicker, he stated, “Up to this point, Harry has made his decision abundantly plain in all discussions. And if it persists, we will pursue him. Then Tottenham will be forced to concede.

“He now has a second chance to join an elite club in Europe. What we all appreciate is that he and his advisors, his father and sibling, have consistently kept their word – until now. If things remain the same, that’s fine.”

Clearly, a move to Bayern Munich is an attractive option for Kane. The striker is England’s all-time leading scorer, and only Alan Shearer has scored more goals in the Premier League (213).

However, his trophy count is a source of ridicule and criticism, and Bayern is a location where he is likely to add major accolades to his résumé. In their first complete season under Thomas Tuchel, Munich will look to make a run in the Champions League as well as defend their Bundesliga crown.

Henderson ‘agrees to a three-year pact’
Jordan Henderson has ‘agreed to a three-year contract’ with Saudi Pro League club Al Ettifaq, while transfer fee negotiations are ongoing.

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the lack of agreement between the clubs stems from Al Ettifaq’s belief that they could acquire Henderson for free, despite the fact that the former Sunderland player has two years remaining on his Anfield contract.

Henderson has traveled to Germany for the club’s preseason training camp, unlike his compatriot Fabinho. With Steven Gerrard’s recent appointment as manager of the Saudi side, he appears amenable to a move away, but a deal is contingent on the clubs reaching an agreement.

This prospective transfer has raised a number of eyebrows, as Henderson was considered a part of Liverpool’s plans prior to Saudi Arabia’s interest. Clearly, the contract offer on the table is enticing, but the Reds are unlikely to sanction a low fee after spending £95 million already this summer. With Fabinho linked to a £40 million transfer, Liverpool will need to re-enter the market for a new midfielder, and if Henderson leaves, additional funds will be required.

Al Ettifaq’s willingness to meet Liverpool’s asking price appears crucial to this transaction.

West Ham will pursue Maguire after completing the Rice transaction
West Ham are considering a loan move for Manchester United defender Harry Maguire after confirming Declan Rice’s transfer to Arsenal for £105 million.

The Telegraph reports that the Hammers are willing to test Maguire’s resolve to remain at Old Trafford, with the England international eager to fight for his position under Erik ten Hag despite being behind Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane in United’s pecking order.

The 30-year-old made just eight Premier League appearances last season, as he was not considered Ten Hag’s first-choice option in the middle of United’s defense, with Victor Lindelof also providing competition.

Maguire appears to have a difficult time persuading Erik ten Hag to move him up the pecking order at Old Trafford, and West Ham’s interest in the defender suggests that the Hammers will make him one of their first-choice options.

The former Sheffield United and Hull City player has struggled since his £80 million transfer to Old Trafford, and despite his reported desire to remain and fight for his position, a fresh start away from the pressure of his hefty price tag may be just what he needs to regain confidence.

Bayern Munich claims Tottenham striker while Liverpool star has reportedly agreed a three-year deal with the club.