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Transfer news LIVE! Chelsea FC eye Fofana; Arsenal in fresh talks; Ronaldo sued; Tottenham desperate for Zaniolo


Barcelona make offer to Frenkie De Jong to leave

Barcelona have made little secret of their desire to see Frenkie De Jong leave the club.

Indeed, a fee has been agreed with Manchester United over a potential move for the Dutchman, who does not seem in much of a rush to move.

Part of the reason is believed to be because of the wages Barca owe hm and the Independent say an offer has now been made.

The Catalan club are thought to be offered to pay the midfielder part of his deferred salary, although that is reportedly £10m short of the real amount.

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Cristiano Ronaldo latest

Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Manchester might look like a positive thing on the face of it.

While not too much can be taken from preseason friendlies, United have looked impressive during the early days of the Erik Ten Hag era and welcoming back last season’s top scorer should be another boost.

Still, according to The Sun, the 37-year-old is merely returning to tell the United boss he wants to leave now.

Finding a club willing to pay his wages, however, may prove difficult.


Tottenham desperate for Nicolo Zaniolo

Richarlison has already arrived at Tottenham to add further options to an attack already boasting Harry Kane, Heung-min Son and Dejan Kulusevski.

Still, Antonio Conte is believed to be keen on another forward this summer, as the Italian continues to push Spurs’ owners for more.

According to Calciomercatoweb, Conte is desperate to bring Roma’s Nicolo Zaniolo to north London this summer and plans to beat Juventus to his signature “at all costs”.

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Youri Tielemans: Update emerges amid Arsenal interest

Leicester City chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has revealed the club are yet to receive any offers for Youri Tielemans.

Into the final year of his contract at the King Power Stadium, the Belgian international has been linked with Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United.

Brendan Rodgers is yet to add to his squad this summer and has recently claimed incomings remain on hold until players move on.

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Jesse Lingard explains Nottingham Forest move

The sight of Jesse Lingard in a Nottingham Forest shirt is a strange one.

Widely tipped to return to West Ham after his successful loan stint there in 2021, the England international instead opted to move to the City Ground on a free transfer.

Speaking to Forest’s official website, Lingard said: “Miltiadis [Marinakis] played a huge role in bringing me to the club.

“The owners showed a lot of love to me from the beginning and every time we spoke, they were really keen to get the deal sorted out and I loved the aggressive approach.

“That’s what you want as a player, an owner to want you at the club and showing the love and intent that made me want to come here.”

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Timo Werner attracting interest from RB Leipzig

Chelsea might be struggling for incomings at the moment, although plenty of their players have eyes on a potential exit.

Marcos Alonso and Cesar Azpilicueta are both believed to want to join Barcelona this summer, while Armando Broja continues to be linked away.

Now, the Daily Mail claim Timo Werner is another up for an exit.

They claim former club RB Leipzig are casting keen eyes over his situation at Stamford Bridge.

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David Moyes pushing hard to bring Filip Kostic to West Ham

After missing out on Jesse Lingard, West Ham looked in a rut.

While David Moyes has been keen on making up to six additions this summer, the club have struggled to get deals over the line and saw one of their top targets join a newly-promoted side for much more money.

According to Football Insider, however, Moyes is not giving up.

They claim the Scotsman is pushing hard to bring Eintracht Frankfurt’s Filip Kostic to the club this summer and held talks with the player on Monday.

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Marseille president meets William Saliba’s agent

Marseille have made little secret of their desire to keep William Saliba long-term.

The defender, hardly seen at Arsenal until this summer, impressed during a loan stint there last season and even played his way into the French national team.

Mikel Arteta has spoken in glowing terms of the 21-year-old and has hinted at a new contract, although Fabrizio Romano claims Marseille president Pablo Longoria was in London to meet up with the player’s agent.


Tottenham latest

While not a new signing in the truest sense of the words, Tottenham fans will be eager to know why Cristian Romero has not been announced as a permanent arrival yet.

The Argentine had a huge impact last season after joining on loan from Atalanta and looks set for another big season under Antonio Conte.’s Alasdair Gold has revealed the reason as to why there has been a hold up.

“Cristian Romero, I’ve had a lot of people asking why it hasn’t been announced yet, really, quite simply it’s because it hasn’t actually happened yet,” he told his YouTube channel.

“I’ve been asking about that. When it was first announced it was really complicated and confusing. Spurs announced it as a permanent, Atalanta announced it as a loan, and we now know it is a loan. Everyone I’ve spoken to about this deal has said it’s a complicated one,” Gold said.

“From what I understand about it, it initially was a season-long loan with an option not an obligation to buy him for £42.5m, but it was pretty much an obligation because the criteria that had to be met for it to become permanent were so likely to happen that it was an obligation in all but name.”


Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United signed in transfer stance

Cristiano Ronaldo will soon return to Manchester in order to discuss his future with United.

It is no secret that the Portugal star wants to leave Old Trafford this summer given the lack of Champions League football but offers have not been forthcoming.

Still, despite the strange situation one of the greatest players of all time finds himself in, the BBC claim nothing has changed from a United perspective.

Simply put, Ronaldo is not for sale.

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