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​Jean Michel Seri looks set for a move to Galatasaray on a loan deal after just one season at Fulham.

Everton boss Marco Silva has insisted the signing of Fabian Delph from Manchester City does not mean Idrissa Gueye is set to leave the club.

Pep Guardiola claimed Manchester City’s desire to keep Leroy Sane was “always there” and expects the midfielder to stay at the club.

Bayern Munich are expected to make a formal offer for one of Spain’s brightest young talents – the Espanyol midfielder Marc Roca.

Charlie Austin is unhappy at Southampton after being told to train with the U23s, Sky Sports News has been told.

Man Utd may have beaten Leeds 4-0 in a friendly yesterday, but Romelu Lukaku’s absence from their pre-season squad to face their arch rivals is the start of a process that will see him leave the club, Sky Sports News understands. 

Arsenal are waiting for Real manager Zinedine Zidane to approve a loan deal for midfielder Dani Ceballos, Sky Sports News understands.

The future of the world’s most expensive player Neymar has taken another twist after PSG head coach Thomas Tuchel revealed he knew he wanted to leave the French champions before Copa America

Anderlecht will complete the signing of Manchester City defender Philippe Sandler on a season-long loan today, Sky Sports News understands.

Left-back Danny Rose is not in the Tottenham squad for the upcoming International Champions Cup. However, another player who has been linked with a move away from the club in recent weeks, Christian Eriksen, has been included.

Arsenal are close to agreeing a deal with Saint-Etienne for defender William Saliba, according to Sky sources.

Serie A side Sassuolo have bid £8.1m (€9 million) for West Ham midfielder Pedro Obiang and a deal is close, according to Sky Italy.

Arsenal manager Unai Emery insists the club are targeting “very big, very expensive” deals in the transfer market.

 

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