European Paper Talk: Lazio target Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey as a replacement for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

Aaron Ramsey
Image: Aaron Ramsey has been linked with a move to Lazio

European football is a wide, open plain of endless transfer tales and rumours. Our friends at Football Whispers have scoured the European media to round up the latest transfer news and big stories.

Italy

Lazio are already preparing a replacement for in-demand Real Madrid transfer target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and could turn to Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsay. (Corriere dello Sport)

Former Brazil and AC Milan midfielder Kaka has confirmed that he is "very interested" in returning to the Serie A giants to take up a non-playing role at the club. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

CSKA Moscow have rejected a £17m offer from Juventus for midfielder Aleksandr Golovin. The Russian club are holding out for £26m but could be tempted by a lower offer if the Italians are willing to offer a percentage of any potential sell-on fee. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Aleksandr Golovin during the UEFA Europa League quarter final leg one match between Arsenal FC and CSKA Moskva at Emirates Stadium on April 5, 2018 in London, United Kingdom.
Image: Aleksandr Golovin has been linked with both Juventus and Arsenal in recent weeks

Chelsea transfer target Kostas Manolas has indicated that he will not take advantage of his £32m release clause and may end up staying at Roma this summer. (Corriere dello Sport)

Spain

Following the failure to sign Atletico forward Antoine Griezmann and an acceptance that they would be priced out of a move for Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus, Barcelona have now turned their attention towards Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic. (AS)

Liverpool transfer target Yerry Mina has restated his intention to stay at Barcelona this season. However, the central defender may be forced out, with Barca targeting the signings of defender Clement Lenglet from Sevilla and the potential non-EU transfer of Arthur from Gremio pushing the club over their quota. (Marca)

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Image: Yerry Mina celebrates scoring Colombia's opener against Poland at the World Cup

Real Madrid may look to soften the blow of a potential Mateo Kovacic departure by signing Porto midfielder Juan Quintero. However, the Colombian international is on loan at River Plate until January 2019, with a release clause of £3.5m. (AS)

Manchester United transfer target Abel Ruiz has signed a new three-year contract at Barcelona, with the option of a further two years on top of that. The 18-year-old La Masia graduate's new minimum fee release clause has been increased to £88m. (Sport)

Germany

Following a provocative celebration towards the opposing dugout during Toni Kroos' last-minute winner over Sweden, the German FA have decided to ban Uli Voigt and Georg Behlau from the stadium for remaining group stage game against South Korea. (Sport Bild)

Borussia Dortmund have snatched up Sebastian Frank, one of Jurgen Klopp's most trusted scouts at Liverpool. Frank is the son of Klopp's former Mainz coach and mentor Wolfgang Frank. (Bild)

Jurgen Klopp
Image: Jurgen Klopp has reportedly lost one of his most trusted scouts at Liverpool

Gladbach hope to complete the signing of Hannover striker Niclas Fullkrug and Swiss defender Michael Lang before the start of the new season. Deals for both players could exceed £22m. (Bild)

France

Gigi Buffon had a better end to the week
Image: Gianluigi Buffon is edging closer to a move to PSG

PSG and Gianluigi Buffon have reached an agreement on a two-year deal. However, the Italian goalkeeper can't join the Parisian club until a number of players are first sold to keep in line with UEFA's Financial Fair Play rules. (RMC)

Guingamp attacking midfielder Clement Grenier could be a possible transfer target for Everton, Newcastle and Fulham this summer following an impressive second half to his Ligue 1 season. (L'Equipe)

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