Chelsea receive Osimhen UPDATE, Arsenal dealt Frimpong BLOW: FootballTransfers recap

Cameron Smith
Cameron Smith
  • 14 May 2024 17:00 CDT
  • 5 min read
Victor Osimhen, Chelsea, 2023/24

Tuesday 14 May was another massive day in the football world as Manchester City beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 to close in on a fourth consecutive Premier League title.

It was also a busy day on the transfer front, with Chelsea receiving an update in their pursuit of Victor Osimhen and Arsenal handed a blow in the race to sign Jeremie Frimpong.

Article continues under the video

Below, FootballTransfers runs through the biggest transfer news stories from the day.

EXCLUSIVE Transfer News

Tottenham Hotspur are eyeing a move for Villarreal midfielder Alex Baena during the upcoming summer transfer window, FootballTransfers can reveal.

Naby Keita has endured a horrid few seasons, but there is still an outstanding player in there, according to Bundesliga and Guinea legend Pablo Thiam.

Man Utd Transfer News

Bruno Fernandes is being targeted by Bayern Munich, but he is expected to remain at Old Trafford, according to The Athletic's David Ornstein.

Raphael Varane has confirmed that he will leave Man Utd when the 2023-24 season ends.

Gary Neville is not convinced that Rasmus Hojlund can become a Premier League great.

Rasmus Hojlund, Man Utd
© IMAGO - Rasmus Hojlund, Man Utd

Meanwhile, Erik ten Hag's side are reportedly interested in signing Real Madrid legend Keylor Navas as competition for Andre Onana.

Thomas Frank is a strong contender for the Man Utd job amid the uncertainty over the future of Ten Hag.

Other Transfer News

Chelsea are attempting to hijack Man Utd’s move for Ronald Araujo and have joined the race to sign the Barcelona defender.

Real Madrid are reportedly unlikely to sign Lille defender Leny Yoro this summer, boosting the chances of Chelsea or Man Utd landing him.

Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram could be available for as little as €15 million this summer, according to French media.

Napoli superstar Victor Osimhen is currently more likely to seal a move to the Premier League than to Paris Saint-Germain this summer, according to reports in France.

Victor Osimhen, Napoli
© IMAGO - Victor Osimhen, Napoli

Bayer Leverkusen wing-back Jeremie Frimpong is leaning towards a summer exit, according to reports in Germany, but long-term admirers Arsenal are unlikely to sign the Netherlands international.

Barcelona want to sign Joshua Kimmich and Nico Williams this summer, but they must generate around €100 million through player sales first.

Emmanuel Petit has pleaded with Trent Alexander-Arnold to reject the advances of Real Madrid and stay at Liverpool.

Brentford have reduced their asking price for star man Ivan Toney massively this summer to under €50 million.

Don’t miss the next big transfer!

Get the latest transfer insights and analyses directly in your mailbox.