Transfers LIVE! Morata to Arsenal, Chelsea and Man United are fighting for Nkunku

The summer transfer window will open soon and, already, agreements are made.

Erling Haaland is revealed by Manchester City later today and his arrival could be forced Gabriel Jesus out. Arsenalin the midst of their search for a striker, intensified his persecution of the Brazilian. Alvaro Morata is also the main target for a surprise loan move from Atletico Madrid.

Harry Kane is open to the idea of ​​a new contract at Tottenhamwhile Erik ten Hag is reportedly close to making his first signing at Manchester United in the form of Ajax defender Jurrien Timber.

Sadio Mane, meanwhile, has refused to discuss his Liverpool future following Mohamed Salah’s revelation that he will remain at Anfield next season despite no developments over a new contract.

Todd Boehly’s takeover at Chelsea is set to pass and RB Leipzig’s Christopher Nkunku is expected to be an early target as Thomas Tuchel tries to reach Manchester City and Liverpool immediately.

With the window open next week, things are sure to warm up.

Follow all the actions LIVE below with the Standard Sport transfer center!

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Eddie Nketiah last

Arsenal have always had several plans up their sleeve coming into this transfer window, writes Simon Collings of Standard Sport …

Different factors affected them, such as whether they played in the Champions League or Europa League next season and whether some players are leaving. Keeping Eddie Nketiah will certainly make Arsenal think about what they will do next.

It’s no secret that Mikel Arteta wanted Nketiah to stay. Several times he spoke publicly urging the striker to stay around, confessing that he had not given him the playing time he deserved.

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Man United to fight Chelsea for Nkunku

Christopher Nkunku is a major target for Manchester United with the forward’s representatives reportedly in talks with the club during a summer shift.

Chelsea and Real Madrid have also been linked with the RB Leizpig star, and the Bundesliga side are reportedly weighing in on a new contract offer as they seek to keep him.

But Sky Germany say Nkunku is not convinced to stay at the club and negotiations are underway to join Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford.

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Could Chelsea attack Neymar?

Kylian Mbappe’s new contract at Paris Saint-Germain has opened up the possibility of Neymar leaving the club.

Target claims that the Ligue 1 champions will consider offers for the Brazilian 30-year-old with Barcelona in the mix, while the newly enriched Newcastle has also been talked about as a prospect and Chelsea’s move is also reportedly on the rise. cards.


Arsenal linked with Alvaro Morata

Juventus’ reluctance to pay £ 29m to keep Alvaro Morata could lead to Arsenal swinging the Spanish striker.

Still under contract at Atletico Madrid, Sport say he is wanted by the Gunners for around £ 25 million.

The ball could still be in Juve’s court as they look to keep the striker, but Morata would be available to leave Atleti if his loan spell at Torino expires, with Arsenal looking for a striker.

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Drinkwater apologizes to Chelsea fans

Danny Drinkwater issued a public apology to Chelsea fans at the end of his tumultuous time at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues paid £ 35 million to sign Leicester midfielder in 2017 and reunite Drinkwater with N’Golo Kante, the pair won the Premier League title together at King Power Stadium.

However he struggled to find form while injuries and off-pitch events affected his playing time, resulting in several loan moves and his contract expiring this summer.

“My time at Chelsea is over … it really feels really weird to write this,” he posted on Instagram.

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Deal done!

Napoli sealed the signing of Frank Zambo Anguissa of Fulham after their loan spell with the Serie A team.

The Cottagers will receive around £ 12.5 million for the midfielder, who cost more than double that fee when he signed from Marseille in August 2018.


Manchester United man goes on

Lee Grant has announced his retirement from football after more than 500 appearances in the English game, and “fulfilling a boy’s dream” of playing for Manchester United.

The Red Devils signed the veteran goalkeeper as a backup in 2018 and he made just two appearances for the club, in the Carabao Cup and Europa League, before hanging up his gloves on Thursday.

“After 511 appearances, I have decided it is the right time to move on to the next stage of my career,” he told the club’s website. “There were so many fun moments mixed with the weird challenge, but thank you all.”

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Deal done!

Leeds have confirmed the signing of Brenden Aaronson from RB Salzburg.

A fee of around £ 25 million will be paid for the attacking midfielder and the deal will take place on 1 July subject to international permission.

The 21-year-old American international worked with Leeds boss Jesse Marsch in Austria after moving through the ranks at the Philadelphia Union.


Tottenham transfer guide

Evening Standard Spurs reporter Dan Kilpatrick handed out his guide to Tottenham’s summer performance …

“Spurs are ready to turn their attention to the central half. Conte admires Alessandro Bastoni of Inter and Spurs are confident of being able to compete with Chelsea for Gleison Bremer.

“Their back goals include Europa League winner Filip Kostic and Inter Milan veteran Ivan Perisic, while Atletico Madrid’s Yannick Carrasco has also been mentioned.

“Conte likes Chelsea’s Jorginho profile and could look for a similar player in midfield while Leicester’s Youri Tielemans has been linked. Gabriel Jesus’ ability to play wide or through the middle makes him a potentially attractive choice, although Spurs would face Arsenal’s competition for the Man City forward.

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Deal done!

Aston Villa have confirmed a deal with Sevilla to sign Diego Carlos for £ 26 million.

The Brazilian defender will fly to England tonight to complete medical and end personal conditions.

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