What’s better than a cup of coffee and the latest football transfer news? CBS Sports brings you the latest from around the world and find out what it means for your favorite teams. Paris Saint-Germain are working to sign Inter Milan’s Milan Skriniar in the current transfer window after he has already signed for next summer as a free agent, signing Moises Caicedo. Let’s go to the latest:
McKennie receives medical care
mckennie flew to England He will undergo medical treatment at Leeds United on Sunday. The American player will sign a deal with the English club after Leeds United agree to a deal with Juventus, Leeds will pay his €1.2m loan fee, plus €33m plus an additional purchase option. included in the contract. USA coach Jesse Marsh has finally signed a player with more Champions League experience to help his club avoid relegation, McKennie said, along with his fellow American Tyler Adams. and Brenden Aaronson.
Skriniar signs for PSG
Skriniar has already signed a pre-contract with Paris Saint-Germain. The current Inter Milan centre-back will not extend his contract with the Italian side he signed for the summer of 2023 and will join the French side in June. We are in talks with the Nerazzurri to find out. PSG have offered around €10 million, according to Sky’s Italy, but the Italian side wants more to see him leave before the transfer window ends. The next 48 hours will be crucial in understanding what will happen to Skriniar, also considering that Inter Milan need to find a replacement first in case he leaves.
Arsenal looking for Caicedo
Arsenal are discussing internally a new proposal for a £70million package that includes an add-on to sign Moises Caicedo from Brighton. CBS Sports Football Insider Fabrizio RomanoHowever, the English club has now insisted it will not sell him in January, with manager Roberto De Zerbi saying before Sunday’s FA Cup win over Liverpool that “he will be in a position until the end of the season.” I hope he stays with us.We will find the best solution for the club, him and us.I want him to finish the season with us, but we want him Ready to move forward without