Saturday’s transfer gossip: Osimhen, Saka, Mount, Aubameyang, Garnacho

Manchester United and Paris St-Germain will be expected to pay a transfer fee of at least £90m if they are to sign prolific Napoli and Nigeria forward Victor Osimhen, 24, in the summer. (ESPN)external-link

Arsenal have made agreeing new contracts with Bukayo Saka, 21, and France defender William Saliba, 21, a priority, with Manchester City interested in the England winger. (Talksport)external-link

After a hectic transfer window Chelsea have turned their attention to extending the contract of Mason Mount, 24. The England midfielder is out of contract in the summer of 2024. (90 minutes)external-link

Manchester City want Brighton’s Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, 24, to replace Ilkay Gundogan when the 32-year-old Germany international’s contract expires at the end of the season. (Signings)external-link

Sources close to Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang say the 33-year-old is shocked and disappointed to be left out of Chelsea’s Champions League squad and is convinced the club want to get rid of him. (Telegraph – subscription required) external-link

Manchester United have agreed a four-year contract extension with 18-year-old winger Alejandro Garnacho, who has been in senior Argentina squads. (AS in Spanish)external-link

Staff at Old Trafford are split over whether 21-year-old England forward Mason Greenwood should be allowed to resume his career at the club. (Guardian) external-link

Greenwood is eyeing a move to China to restart his career if United decide to sack him once they complete their own internal process. (Sun)external-link

Manchester United are considering a summer move for Barcelona’s 20-year-old Spanish forward Ansu Fati. (AS – in Spanish)external-link

West Ham United and Everton will have to wait until the summer to move for Suriname winger Sheraldo Becker after Union Berlin were reluctant to let the 27-year-old leave in January because of their Champions League ambitions. (Caught Offside) external-link

LA Galaxy right-back Julian Araujo’s move to Barcelona has fallen through after Fifa ruled the paperwork to finalise the 21-year-old’s transfer was submitted too late. (ESPN)external-link

Utrecht’s former United States Under-19 midfielder Taylor Booth, 21, is being monitored by Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag. (Mail)external-link

Marseille tried to sign Sekou Mara on loan from Southampton in January but the Saints had no intention of letting the 20-year-old France U21 striker leave. (Footmercato – in French)external-link

Chelsea are set to ask for exemptions from the Premier League’s spending rules when they submit their latest accounts, arguing they were unable to receive income for three months last year after the previous owner, Roman Abramovich, was sanctioned by the UK Government. (Mail)external-link

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