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Transfer Talk: Liverpool and Man Utd to battle it out for Guehi
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Marc Guehi could join Liverpool or Manchester United this summer
Marc Guehi could join Liverpool or Manchester United this summer

Liverpool have added Marc Guehi to their list of summer transfer targets.

But the Premier League leaders expect to face competition from Manchester United, with proposed new sporting director Dan Ashworth said to have targeted the Crystal Palace defender for Newcastle in the past.

The Telegraph report that whether either club follows up on their interest will depend on how quickly both can make crucial appointments as Liverpool are in need of a sporting director and a replacement for Jurgen Klopp.

Chelsea are likely to also target a centre-back and could enter the frame to re-sign the player they sold in 2021.

The Blues are said not to have a straight buy-back agreement but do have the option to match rivals' bids should they want to buy him.

They would also profit from any deal that took Guehi elsewhere.

The report states that the England international is not the only player Palace will be battling to keep hold of in the off-season.

Michael Olise is said to be a target of United and Juventus, while he was also approached by Chelsea in 2023.

Eberechi Eze will also be on the radar of several clubs.

In other news

Joao Palhinha could leave Fulham this summer
Joao Palhinha could leave Fulham this summer

Fulham vice-chairman Tony Khan has told talkSPORT the club will listen to offers that "make sense" for midfielder Joao Palhinha.

Manchester United are keen on Juventus centre-back Bremer, who is valued at £59.8million, according to reports in Italy.

TEAMtalk state EFL clubs Sheffield Wednesday, Bolton and Peterborough are exploring a move for former United attacking midfielder Ravel Morrison, who has left DC United.


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