Big name Premier League transfers have emerged on Tuesday which will get tongues wagging.
The Spanish giants have accrued financial difficulty in the pandemic and so need extra money to be able to keep their star forward at the club.
Griezmann is looking to be the casualty in the arrangement with many reports suggesting he was going to return to his former club Atletico Madrid on a season-long loan.
But new information arose on Tuesday that suggested the French international could be on his way to the Premier League.
Mirror Football has rounded-up all the latest transfer action so you don’t miss out on anything.
Arsenal put in bid for Locatelli
Mikel Arteta’s side have put in a £34m bid for Sassuolo and Italy star Manuel Locatelli, an Italian source has said.
Multiple clubs are interested in signing the 23-year-old after he impressed for his national side at Euro 2020.
Along with the Gunners, Juventus have reportedly made a £25m bid plus young midfielder Nicolo Fagioli.
Fagiolo’s agent Andrea D’Amico told Sky Sports Italia: “Juventus would like to sign Locatelli and Arsenal have already offered €40m.”
Man Utd offered Griezmann
Manchester United have been given an offer for France and Barcelona star Antoine Griezmann.
The original plan for Griezmann was to be switched with Atletico Madrid’s Saul Niguez on a season-long loan but it is understood that has fallen through as both parties couldn’t agree a fee.
This has led to a report by Sport suggesting Barca are now looking at Premier League clubs with United at the top of the list.
The deal will go ahead if “conditions are right” for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side but those conditions have not been made clear.
United are thought to not want to pay a huge fee after shelling out £72.9m for Jadon Sancho.
Marko Grujic leaves Liverpool
Marko Grujic has officially left Liverpool for Portuguese side Porto.
The midfielder was on loan to Porto last season and impressed by making 39 appearances and scoring two goals.
Grujic had been present at the Reds’ pre-season camp in Austria but will now take his leave to his new club.
The star was manager Jurgen Klopp’s first signing when he joined the club back in 2016.
The club said: “Everyone at Liverpool FC thanks Marko for his contributions to the club and wishes him the best in his future career.”
Do you want an exclusive pre-season preview of YOUR club – both in your inbox and through your letterbox? Head over here to find out more and secure your copy.