Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man Utd in talks to sign Espanyol's De Tomas

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    Man Utd interested in Cunha

    Manchester United are closing in on a deal for Matheus Cunha, reports talkSPORT.

    The Red Devils will pay around €50 million to bring in the Brazilian, who currently stars at Atletico Madrid.

    Cunha previously played for Hertha Berlin and RB Leipzig.

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    Leeds tracking American striker

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    Everton set Gordon transfer stance

    Everton are adamant that they will not sell Antony Gordon this summer, amid strong interest from Chelsea.

    As reported by the Independent, the Toffees have already rejected one bid for the wonderkid and they are determined to keep him at Goodison Park.

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    West Ham make Emerson approach

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    Fofana 'frustrated' by Leicester's transfer stance

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    Watford reject Newcaste's Joao Pedro offer

    Newcastle have seen a bid for Joao Pedro turned down by Watford, according to 90min.

    The offer is said to have been worth £20m and the Hornets have indicated that the Brazilian is not for sale this summer.

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    Chelsea prepare third Casadei offer

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    Newcastle keen on Gallagher

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    Simeone still keen to bring in Ronaldo

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    Milan turn down Ronaldo due to hefty wages

    AC Milan have rejected the opportunity to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United due to the €24m net per season salary, according to Corriere dello Sport (via MilanLive).

    Inter were also offered the player by his agent Jorge Mendes, but both the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri turned him down.

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    Palace have Bristol City’s Antoine Semenyo in sight

    Crystal Palace are eager to get onboard Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo, as reported by The Guardian.

    However, City are reluctant to sell the striker would only soften their stance if a bid of around £20m is made, inclusive of add-ons.

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    United keen to offload Bailly on permanent transfer

    Manchester United are eager to sell off Eric Bailly on a permanent transfer, according to The Athletic.

    West Ham, Marseille, and Monaco are interested in the services of the defender.

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    Barcelona want €30m for Aubameyang

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    City value Silva at €100m

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    Mejbri set to join Birmingham on loan

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    Ronaldo to stay at Manchester United

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    Forest in talks to sign Tiemoue Bakayoko

    Nottingham Forest have reopened negotiations with AC Milan regarding Chelsea loanee Tiemoue Bakayoko, according to Calciomercato.

    The 27-year-old is currently on a two-year loan spell in Italy with a conditional option to buy. Milan are reluctant to keep the midfielder and could well offload him given the opportunity.

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    Barcelona's Alex Collado joins ELX CF on loan

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    Ethan Laird joins QPR on loan

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    Man Utd in talks to sign Espanyol's De Tomas (COPE)

    Manchester United are in talks to sign Espanyol striker Raul de Tomas - according to COPE.

    The Red Devils are working on a deal for the 27-year-old as they line up a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo, who is pushing for a move away from Old Trafford.

    Should negotiations advance quickly, United are set to pay around €30 million (£25m/$31m) for De Tomas, who scored 17 La Liga goals for Espanyol last season.

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    Roma have Marco Asensio in sight

    Roma are interested in signing Marco Asensio from Real Madrid, according to CalcioMercatoWeb.

    If Tottenham or Chelsea lure Nicolo Zaniolo away from Roma, they will bid for Asensio who is not a regular starter in the Spanish capital.

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    Barcelona yet to approach United for Dalot

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    Tottenham submit fresh bid for Zaniolo

    Tottenham are preparing a fresh bid for Roma's Nicolo Zaniolo, according to CalcioMercatoWeb.

    The Italian outfit remains firm on their demands of  €50 million (£42.29 million) and if the Lilly-whites can match that price they can get his services. Meanwhile, Chelsea also remain interested in the player.

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    Hudson-Odoi may leave Chelsea

    Callum Hudson-Odoi may be on his way out of Chelsea. Thomas Tuchel mentioned that if the price is right and the player is willing to leave he will not block the exit.

    "In general, nobody is for sale and everybody is for sale. It depends on what the player wants, how bad the players wants it, what we think, who is ready to pay a certain amount of money.

    "But for Callum, it’s the same. He competes. He had a long-term injury and long-term problems to overcome from which he suffered. He has still a way to go to live up to his potential, because the potential is huge," he stated.

    Newcastle United and Borussia Dortmund are interested in him.

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    Leeds in pole position to sign Wilfried Gnonto

    Leeds United are leading the race to sign Wilfried Gnonto according to Di Marzio.

    FC Zurich and Leeds are working on the deal which could be worth up to £4.2million.

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    Aouar on the verge of completing move to Forest

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    Man City starlet Delap set for loan

    Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Liam Delap, son of Stoke City cult hero Rory, will be loaned out this season. The young striker has a solid scoring record at youth level and made several appearances off the bench for the first team last season.

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    Spurs close in on Udogie signing

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    Barca slammed for 'mafia treatment' of De Jong

    Former Real Madrid midfielder Rafael van der Vaart has criticised Barcelona for their handling of Frenkie de Jong's contract. The Dutchman - who is a target for Chelsea and Manchester United - is currently owed €17m (£14m/$17m) in deferred wages by La Blaugrana.

    "You can't treat people like this. Frenkie earns too much? You sign a contract and then you fulfil the contract or leave on good terms, but not like this. This is mafia and they have to get punished," Van der Vaart said, as reported by the Mirror.

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    Galtier confirms Paredes interest

    PSG manager Christophe Galtier has confirmed that Leandro Paredes is being chased by several clubs this summer.

    "Leandro has many offers and I don’t know what will happen between now and the end of the transfer market," said the Frenchman. "I know he wants to play, but he has a calm state of mind."

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    Chelsea planning second Gordon bid (Fabrizio Romano)

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    De Bruyne unfazed by Bernardo rumours