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Manchester United and City enter Neymar race, Salah to replace Bale, PSG want De Gea and more: Transfer round-up, 12th March 2018

Sumedh Pande
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Hello folks! Welcome to Sportskeeda's latest transfer news and rumours roundup. Despite the season now entering its business end, top clubs are also keeping their eyes open on potential transfer targets. 

And as always, there are stories which make headlines irrespective of the transfer window being open or shut. Though the transfer world has been slow today to churn out news, we have managed to get a bunch of stories that made headlines on March 12th, 2018: 

Premier League

Benitez wants to sign Kennedy for good

City and United enter Neymar race 

In a sensational report by Diario Gol, it has been revealed that the Manchester giants have staked their claim to sign Neymar in the summer. The Brazilian is reportedly looking for a way out of Paris Saint Germain at the end of the season and is linked with a €400 million away from France. 

FC Barcelona and Real Madrid have already made their interest known whereas the two Premier League giants are the latest to enter the ring. Jose Mourinho is seeing Neymar as the final piece to revolve his team around whereas Pep Guardiola reportedly wants the Brazilian as a Sergio Aguero replacement.

Rafa Benitez desperate to sign Kennedy on a permanent deal 

The Chelsea loanee scored a fine brace at the weekend against Southampton. The Northern Echo has now claimed that Benitez will do all it takes in the summer to make Kennedy's move to Tyneside a permanent one. Since his loan move in January, the Brazilian has been an integral part of Newcastle's revival.

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Sumedh Pande
An avid Premier League watcher with specialization in transfer news and post match analysis. Follow European and Indian football with minute attention with one eye on the world of cricket.
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