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Lewis Ambrose

🤑 Transfer gossip: Coutinho return? Man Utd told to pay £50m?


The end of the week is here!

But that’s no reason not to take another dive into the latest transfer gossip.


Real talk 👏

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Manchester United and Inter have held official talks over Romelu Lukaku, Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio has confirmed.

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to relaunch their approach for Idrissa Gueye. According to L’Équipe, PSG are ready to open with a £27m bid for the Everton midfielder, who they had previously chased in January.

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After refusing to join the club’s pre-season tour, Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny is fielding offers from Ligue 1. Get French Football News claim Rennes have put forward the most attractive proposal.

RB Leipzig are hoping to strike a permanent deal for Ademola Lookman, report Sky Sports. The Everton winger spent the first half of 2018 on loan with the German outfit.


Fake news 😡

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The Sun – yeah, we know – claim Liverpool are keeping a keen eye on Philippe Coutinho‘s situation at Barcelona.

Time will tell.


Fantasy football 🌟

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Widespread reports say Manchester United have been put off a deal for Sean Longstaff. Why? Well, Newcastle are said to have asked for £50m for the midfielder.

Dani Alves is being linked with a Pep Guardiola reunion, with the Daily Mail suggesting an offer is on the table.


What you missed yesterday 👇

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Widespread reports claimed Barcelona have now deposited the €120m required to activate the release clause in Antoine Griezmann‘s Atlético Madrid contract..

Ezri Konsa joined Aston Villa in a £12m switch from Brentford.

Defender Jeremy Toljan left Borussia Dortmund to join Sassuolo on loan.


Total spend this summer: €3.03bn