Three Premier League teams start the Kimmich race.

Joshua Kimmich, a wantaway midfield player for Bayern Munich, is attracting interest from Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal.
After spending just under ten years in Bavaria, the 29-year-old German international is looking for a new challenge.

Three English powerhouses appear to be vying for his signature; previously, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain were thought to be the front-runners.
During his tenure as Bayern’s manager, Kimmich worked under Pep Guardiola, who is recognized for having encouraged the player’s transition from defender to an all-action holding midfielder.

Given the struggles of £45 million failure Kalvin Phillips, who was sent to West Ham on loan in January after failing to impress in Manchester, a reunion at the Etihad may now be on the cards.
Liverpool, meanwhile, would adore to have Kimmich’s experience in their engine room as they prepare for a summer of change following the impending departure of manager Jurgen Klopp.

And as he attempts to assemble a team that can consistently win major awards, Gunners manager Mikel Arteta apparently views the 82-cap ace as the last missing piece.

After donning the captain’s armband in five of Bayern’s first eight Bundesliga games this season, Kimmich has not done so in the wake of rumors he had a falling out with manager Thomas Tuchel.

Following a run of underwhelming performances, the 50-year-old former Chelsea manager was revealed last month that he would be leaving the Allianz Arena.
Additionally, according to Football Insider, Marc Cucurella, 25, will be one of many well-known players leaving Chelsea this summer.
Even if they are promoted to the Premier League, championship leaders Leicester might need to sell a number of their best players in order to meet financial obligations.
The 22-year-old midfielder Alan Varela of Porto is wanted by Borussia Dortmund, PSG, and Liverpool, but according to Foot Mercato, none of them want to pay his £60 million release clause.

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