Transfer News: 1 OFFICIAL Deal, Osimhen Prefers Chelsea Move, Matić Signs For Lyon

 • OFFICIAL: Nemanja Matić Signs For Lyon in €3m Deal

Lyon has successfully secured the services of experienced midfielder Nemanja Matić from Rennes for €3 million. The Serbian international has committed to the club until 2026 and will don the number 3 shirt.

(Source: Olympique Lyonnais)

• Victor Osimhen Prefers Move to Chelsea

Victor Osimhen is expressing a preference for a summer move to Chelsea. Manager Mauricio Pochettino has identified Osimhen as the top transfer target for the club. The potential transfer could reshape Chelsea's attacking lineup, and fans are buzzing with anticipation about the Nigerian striker's possible arrival at Stamford Bridge.

(Source: Sacha Tavolieri, Team talk)

• Al-Ittihad Stands Firm on Karim Benzema

Al-Ittihad remains steadfast in their decision not to allow Karim Benzema to depart for a European club. The Saudi Arabian club is determined to retain the services of the prolific striker. This news will undoubtedly disappoint European clubs eyeing Benzema's talents for the upcoming transfer windows.

(Source: L'Équipe)

• Lyon's Pursuit of Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg and André

Lyon is actively pursuing Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg, aiming to bolster their squad. The potential acquisition of Höjbjerg is part of Lyon's ambitious transfer plans, which also include considering Fluminense midfielder André. The club is strategically strengthening its midfield options for the upcoming seasons.

(Source: Sebastien Denis)

• Espanyol's Martin Braithwaite Offered to Manchester United and Chelsea

Both Manchester United and Chelsea have been presented with the opportunity to sign Espanyol striker Martin Braithwaite in the current transfer window. The Danish forward's availability has sparked interest from the Premier League giants, potentially adding firepower to their respective attacking units.

(Source: Daily Express)

• Chelsea Sets Asking Price for Romelu Lukaku

Chelsea has established an asking price of £37 million for striker Romelu Lukaku, signaling the club's intent to part ways with the Belgian forward this summer. Despite the financial loss of over £60 million, Chelsea aims to facilitate Lukaku's permanent departure as part of their strategic squad restructuring.

(Source: Mail Sport)

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