Transfer news LIVE! Aouar to Arsenal; Haaland Chelsea FC deal; Man Utd, Spurs, Liverpool latest gossip today

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Transfer news LIVE!

We are over a week into the summer transfer window and are seeing clubs across Europe are step up their efforts to spend some cash and refresh their squad.

Tottenham’s search for a new manager took another twist with Paulo Fonseca now out of the running and Gennaro Gattuso then in the frame... only for Spurs to then drop their interest in the former AC Milan midfielder following a fierce fan backlash. Baffling, we’re sure you’ll agree.

Elsewhere, Chelsea are targeting a new striker, defender and midfielder. Erling Haaland and Harry Kane are dream signings, though both look out of reach, while Aston Villa talisman Jack Grealish, Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham and Inter Milan wing-back Achraf Hakimi are also on their wishlist.

Manchester City are also expected to sign a striker following Sergio Aguero’s exit, with Kane most likely to fill that void. Jadon Sancho is widely expected to join Manchester United after agreeing personal terms, despite the club seeing an opening offer rejected by Dortmund. Kieran Trippier, Raphael Varane and Saul Niguez are also on the wishlist, while Sergio Ramos - who this week left Real Madrid - is a long-term target.

As for Arsenal, it also promises to be a big summer. After missing out on Emi Buendia to Aston Villa, the Gunners have been linked with Ruben Neves, Yves Bissouma, Tyler Adams, Alexander Isak and Nabil Fekir. Arsenal have had a £40m bid for Ben White rejected by Brighton, and turned down Aston Villa’s £25m offer for Emile Smith Rowe... and look to be back in for French playmaker Houssem Aouar.

Liverpool, meanwhile, are seemingly trying to sign the likes of Lorenzo Pellegrini, Florian Neuhaus or Pascal Gross after already adding Ibrahima Konate to their squad.

Keep up to date with today’s latest transfer news, rumours and gossip!

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