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Man Utd close on De Jong deal


Manchester United are closing in on an agreement with Barcelona for top transfer target Frenkie de JongGOAL understands.

There is growing confidence that a deal will be reached for the Netherlands international, with United convinced the Catalan giants want to sell.

A compromise fee of about £69 million ($85m) with add-ons could prove the breakthrough for Erik ten Hag’s first signing of the summer, which would ease mounting pressure on chief executive Richard Arnold.

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PSG to extend Simons deal


Pumas move for Boca star Salvio


Barcelona won't improve Dembele contract offer


Barcelona will not budge in their negotiations with Ousmane Dembele and have made it clear that he can either accept their current offer or leave the club, GOAL understands.

Dembele is out of contract in five days, with several giant clubs reportedly interested in his services.

But his current employers, who are struggling financially, will not move from the wage package on the table, making a take it or leave it offer for the France international.

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Chelsea consider Ronaldo approach


Minamino on the way to Monaco


Felix says there's no chance of Atletico Madrid exit


Atletico Madrid star Joao Felix insists that he is committed to his La Liga club despite rumours linking him with a move to England.

Premier League duo Arsenal and Tottenham are both reportedly considering a summer move for the Portugal international, who enjoyed an impressive 2021-22 before injury brought an early end to his campaign.

But Felix wants to stay with Diego Simeone at the Wanda Metropolitano and affirms that a departure this summer is not an option.

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Mosquera set for Atlanta United


James wants Europe return


Bale agrees MLS deal with LAFC (David Ornstein)


Spurs still keen on Richarlison


McCarthy lands at Barnsley


Fresh deal for Sunderland's Roberts


PSG to push for Skriniar again


Hibernian bring in Youan


Milan in Ziyech talks


Chelsea make Sterling contact


Chelsea have made contact with Raheem Sterling's representatives over a move for the Manchester City star, claims The Telegraph.

The Blues have long been linked with a move for the England international this summer, as the Citizens continue to reshape their squad.

Now, Thomas Tuchel has opened talks with the winger, in what could be the first step to take him to Stamford Bridge.

Cherries nab Rothwell


Hammers closing in on Areola deal


Betis lead European chase for Isco


Forest sign Awoniyi in club-record £17.5m deal


Liverpool could let Salah leave for £60m


Liverpool could let Mohamed Salah join Real Madrid for £60 million ($74m) this summer, claims The Sun.

The Reds' owners would reportedly consider parting ways with the prolific Egypt international if the price was right, having let Sadio Mane depart earlier this summer.

Madrid are thought to be keen on a move for Salah, one of the Premier League's most successful overseas stars in history.

Strootman to exit Marseille


Arsenal to table improved Raphinha bid (Sky Sports)


Arsenal are set to put an improved bid for Leeds United winger Raphinha on the table, per Sky Sports News.

The Gunners have already seen one official bid knocked back for the Brazil international but are expected to come back with a second offer shortly.

It comes amid reports that they have confirmed a deal for Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus, while rival Barcelona continue to stall over a swoop for Raphinha.

Wijnaldum could cut PSG stay short


Anderlecht close to Esposito


Newcastle, Aston Villa & Everton ready to pounce on Soucek


Newcastle, Aston Villa and Everton are plotting bids for West Ham star Tomas Soucek.

The Sun reports the West Ham star is hesitating over a contract extension with the London side and their Premier League rivals are ready to make offers for him.

Carroll snubbed by Club Brugge


Andy Carroll will not be joining Club Brugge this summer.

The Daily Mail reports the Belgian side have decided not to sign the striker because his physical and mental conditions are not suitable to their project.

Spurs stall in Spence bid


Tottenham could drop their interest in Djed Spence.

The Sun reports the Premier League side do not want to meet Middlesbrough's £15 million asking price for the full-back.

Bayern demand €60m for Lewandowski (Sky Sport)


Bavarians may finally be willing to sell striker, but only at a steep cost

Bayern Munich have told Barcelona that they will have to pay around €60 million (£52m/$63m to sign Robert Lewandowski this summer.

Sky Sport in Germany reports the Bundesliga champions have decided that they are wiling to part ways with the Poland star, but only for the right price.

So far, the Catalan side's latest offers have fallen short of the Bavarian team's demands.

Arsenal agree £45m Gabriel Jesus deal


Arsenal have agreed a £45 million ($55m) deal with Manchester City for Gabriel Jesus.

GOAL can confirm the two teams have come to an agreement that will see the Brazilian attacker make the move to north London.