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    Leeds line up Raphinha replacement

    Leeds are hoping to replace Raphinha with FC Zurich forward Willy Gnoto, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

    18-year-old Gnoto could cost as little as €5m (£4.2m/$5.1m).

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    Man Utd make Icardi enquiry (GFFN)

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    Villans eye new defender

    Aston Villa are targeting a new centre-back with new signing Diego Carlos set to be out for the rest of 2022.

    According to the Daily Mail, Villa have told their scouting department to draw up a list of possible replacements.

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    Chelsea's Gordon bid rejected

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    Liverpool starlet set for loan

    Liverpool want to keep hold of Sepp van der Berg for the time being, as reported by the Daily Mail.

    Burnley, Blackburn and Watford are among the Championship sides interested in the Dutchman.

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    Everton eye new forward

    Everton are considering a move for Villarreal forward Nicolas Jackson, according to Football Insider.

    It is thought that the 21-year-old has a £27m release clause active this summmer.

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    Antony focused on Ajax despite Man Utd links

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    Raul De Tomas on Man Utd radar as they try and improve squad

    Reports in Spain are suggesting that Espanyol striker Raul De Tomas is of interest to Manchester United as they look to bolster their squad before the window slams shut.

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    Nottingham Forest announce 15th summer signing

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    Lo Celso returns to Villarreal

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    Man Utd to consider terminating Ronaldo's contract

    Kaveh Solhekol has claimed Manchester United may need to consider terminating Cristiano Ronaldo's contract if his attitude doesn't improve.

    The forward was seen walking off the pitch and not acknowledging the travelling fans or his manager Ten Hag after their humiliation against Brentford.

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    Chelsea eye Everton's Gordon

    As part of a plan to invest in the future, Chelsea's new ownership are interested in Everton's 21-year-old forward Anthony Gordon according to The Times.

    The England Under-21 international has scored four goals and grabbed three assist in 51 Premier League appearances.

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    PSG target Ruiz not in Napoli squad for season opener

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    Tottenham close to signing Udinese full-back (Romano)

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    Man Utd enter race to sign Brighton's Caicedo

    Manchester United are interested in signing Brighton & Hove Albion's defensive midfielder Moises Caicedo, reports The Mirror.

    The talented 20-year-old midfielder has been a subject of interest for several top clubs like Arsenal, West Ham and Serie A giants Juventus. Atletico Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen are also tracking the progress of the Brighton youngster.

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    Brighton eye Villarreal's Pervis Estupinan

    Brighton and Hove Albion are interested in signing in Villarreal left-back Pervis Estupinan, according to the Daily Mail.

    The Ecuador international has been identified as a replacement for Marc Cucurella who joined Chelsea in the ongoing transfer window. Estupinan has also been a target for Nottingham Forest this summer.

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    Marseille set to sign Man City's Kabore on loan

    Marseille are set to sign Manchester City right-back Issa Kabore on loan, according to the Daily Mail.

    The 21-year-old full-back was on Southampton's radar but the Burkina Faso international is now likely to join the Ligue 1 outfit.

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    Houssem Aouar close to joining Forest (Sky Sports)

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    Chelsea in touch with Aubameyang and Fofana (Fabrizio Romano)

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    Nottingham Forest interested in signing Djibril Sow

    Nottingham Forest are keen on roping Djibril Sow from Eintracht Frankfurt, according to Sport1.

    As per reports, the Premier League outfit are ready to splash close to €20 million and add-ons to sign the Swiss forward.

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    Napoli closing in on Ndombele (Romano)

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    Man Utd set to hold new round of talks for Rabiot (Romano)

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    Nottingham Forest set to sign Brighton's Maupay

    Newly promoted Premier League side Nottingham Forest are closing in on signing Brighton forward Neal Maupay, according to the Daily Mail.

    Forest have reportedly offered an initial £10million transfer fee and £5million add-ons to sign the 25-year-old on a four-year deal.

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    Juventus close in on Memphis Depay (Romano)

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    Kouyate joins Nottingham Forest

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    Laporta claims there is still time for more incomings at Barcelona

    A busy summer of transfer business at Barcelona isn't showing any sign of slowing down. The Spanish giants are keen to add to the squad at Camp Nou but departures might be necessary to make space for any incomings.

    Speaking prior to the draw with Rayo Vallecano, club president Joan Laporta discussed the potential for further business.

    He said: “Exits are still being worked on. There is still time for some incorporations into the team."

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    Nice re-open talks to take Edinson Cavani on a free transfer

    Edinson Cavani has been without a club since his contract expired at Manchester United earlier in the summer.

    As per Fabrice Hawkins, Nice are hoping to strike a deal for the 35-year-old but a potential deal would be complicated.

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    Xavi unsure whether De Jong will stay

    Speaking after Barcelona's opening-day draw against Rayo on Saturday evening, Xavi admitted that he doesn't know whether Frenkie De Jong will still be a Barca player when the transfer window closes.

    He told reporters: "I don't know what will happen with the market. I can guarantee that, if he stays, he will be important for us."

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    De Jong prefers Chelsea move to Manchester United (Telegraph)

    The biggest transfer saga of the summer so far continues to rumble on as the future of Frenkie De Jong remains unclear.

    He wasn't selected in the Barcelona starting XI for their season opener against Rayo Vallecano and, according to The Telegraph, he would rather make the switch to Chelsea rather than Manchester United should he leave Camp Nou in the next few weeks.

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    Nottingham Forest confirm Dennis signing