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Harry Kane DOESN’T show up at Tottenham training, Grealish £100m latest, Chelsea close in on Kounde deal

JACK GREALISH has landed in the UK as he closes in on a £100m move to Man City.

While Chelsea have reportedly agreed a five-year deal for Seville star Jules Kounde.

The Blues look to have moved ahead of Man Utd in the race for the Frenchman, with Kurt Zouma heading the other way.

We’ve also got an update on Romelu Lukaku, with Inter Milan chief Beppe Marotta saying he is staying at the club.

Lionel Messi’s new Barcelona contract is set to be revealed within the next week, while Cristiano Ronaldo is set to stay at Juventus.


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    Real Madrid could sell Martin Odegaard during the summer transfer window.

    That is according to Football London, who report that new Real boss Carlo Ancelotti has some doubts about Odegaard’s role in the team.

    The playmaker wants to stay and fight for a place in Ancelotti’s starting line-up but it seems like the Italian will continue with Toni Kroos, Casemiro and Luka Modric in the middle of the park.

    The Norway international spent the second half of last season on loan at the Gunners, who wish to sign him on a permanent basis this summer


    Manchester City’s hopes of landing Tottenham star Harry Kane this summer will end with the arrival of Jack Grealish.

    City submitted a £100million offer for Grealish and look to finalise their first major signing of the summer.

    According to Manchester Evening News, a move for Kane will no longer be financially viable if the Aston Villa star joins.

    That is unless the Citizens make significant player sales in the summer transfer window.

    The Spurs superstar is valued at more than £100m by the north Londoners, who do not want to sell their talismanic striker.

    However, the 28-year-old didn’t show up for training today and thus a possible transfer saga could get messy


    Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino insists he already has ‘plenty of players’ amid rumours suggesting Manchester United star Paul Pogba may move to Paris.

    Pochettino said: “You see the list of the players that we have at home, we have plenty of players.

    “Half of the squad is at home. A few are on holiday.

    “I think the performance was good, I am happy, and I don’t want to talk about names of players who are in other clubs”


    Leicester ace James Maddison wants to stay at King Power Stadium, according to Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers.

    Rodgers said: “In conversations with the club, we don’t have to sell. That’s something that’s been made clear.

    “The players want to stay. It’s a really exciting time at the club.

    “There’s lots of gossip and speculation around but I’m loving working with the guys here, they love being here, and we certainly have no need to sell. So I would suspect we’re looking to keep our best players”


    Liverpool are set to rival Arsenal for Real Betis ace Guido Rodriguez.

    According to Fichajes, the Reds are keeping tabs on Rodriguez as they are looking for a midfielder to take Georginio Wijnaldum’s place.

    The 27-year-old helped Argentina win this summer’s Copa America.

    And now a bidding war could be on the cards


    Manchester United target Ruben Neves has spoken to Wolves TV on new boss Bruno Lage.

    Neves has been linked with a move to United with Paul Pogba’s future up in the air, but it seems the midfielder is happy to stay at Molineux.

    The Portugal international said: “He’s a very good coach. I am really happy to work with him.

    “I spoke with a few friends when he signed for Wolves – that were players in Benfica and are good friends of mine – and they said a lot of good things about him.

    “I can see it now. He’s a very good coach with lots of good ideas. I think that when things are completely together, we’ll be a really hard team to beat”


    Tottenham are close to signing Atalanta star Cristian Romero in the summer transfer window.

    That is according to Football London, who claim that discussions have taken place between the two sides and an agreement close to £43million is close.

    The deal is in its final stages, with Romero keen to join the north Londoners and the centre-back has already agreed terms with the club.

    With an agreement in principle between the two clubs, the transfer is now just awaiting Atalanta’s chase for a replacement


    Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has told £50million arrival Ben White that he won’t be his last significant transfer this summer, according to the Athletic.

    The Gunners have been linked with a move for Inter Milan centre-forward Lautaro Martinez, while James Maddison and Martin Odegaard have also been mentioned as Arsenal targets.

    Albert Sambi Lokonga and Nuno Tavares have already been brought in by Arteta this summer.

    But with the promise of more to come then Arsenal fans can start to get excited about the 2021/22 season


    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s new contract could put Manchester United in pole position to sign Borussia Dortmund superstar Erling Haaland next year, reports SunSport’s Phil Thomas.

    United narrowly missed out on Haaland when he left Red Bull Salzburg for Dortmund 18 months ago.

    The 21-year-old has a close relationship with his fellow countryman and was unwilling to take the chance on moving to Old Trafford if the manager was about to be sacked.

    Both the star striker and his father, former Manchester City star Alf-Inge, admitted they did not want to risk working under a boss they had no vibe for if Solskjaer was axed.

    The United boss gave the Norway international his debut as a teenager at Molde.

    And now that his own long-term future has been secured after signing a new three-year contract last week, the Red Devils’ top brass hope that will leave them as favourites to sign Haaland next summer


    Tottenham ace Davinson Sanchez is reportedly in talks over a transfer to Sevilla to replace Chelsea target Jules Kounde, according to SunSport’s Dylan Terry.

    The Blues are closing in on a deal for Kounde having already had a bid of £30million plus Kurt Zouma rejected.

    And according to The Mail, if Kounde’s transfer is confirmed, talks could intensify as the LaLiga side search for someone to fill his boots.

    And the France international’s replacement could be Sanchez


    Harry Kane didn’t report for Tottenham training this morning.

    That is according to Sky Sports, who are reporting that Kane has not arrived at Spurs’ training ground.

    The star striker was due to report back following an extended holiday after England’s Euro 2020 campaign.

    The 28-year-old publicly told the north Londoners in May he wanted to leave the club with Manchester City keen on signing the England captain.

    And with Kane failing to show up for training this morning this transfer saga could get messy…


    Manchester City target Jack Grealish has returned to Aston Villa training, according to Sky Sports.

    The 25-year-old has been strongly linked with a £100million move to the Etihad this summer.

    Unlike other City target Harry Kane, Grealish has returned to training with his current club after an extended break following England’s Euro 2020 campaign.


    The Gunners are set to table an opening offer for Lyon midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.

    According to Globoesporte, Arsenal are set to table a bid worth around £25million for the 23-year-old Brazilian.

    However Lyon are set to hold out for closer to £35million.

    It seems as though Mikel Arteta’s side have moved on from Guimaraes’ Lyon teammate Houssem Aouar, as the Gunners look to continue their summer spending after splashing a combined £75million on Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga and Ben White.


    Harry Kane has NOT reported for Tottenham training this morning.

    Sky Sports are reporting that the 28-year-old has not arrived at Spurs’ training ground after being due to report back today following an extended holiday after England’s Euro 2020 campaign.

    Kane publicly told Spurs in May he wanted to leave the club with Manchester City keen on signing the England captain.

    And with Kane failing to show up for training this morning this transfer saga could get messy…


    James Rodriguez has been told he can leave Everton and is not in Rafa Benitez’s plans, SUNNI UPAL reports.

    And the Colombian playmaker admitted his transfer situation is ‘complicated’ and he needs to play at a place he feels ‘wanted’.

    Rodriguez, 30, hit the ground running after signing for Everton from Real Madrid last year.

    But he was plagued by injuries and played just five times after February – scoring only once.

    Everton have just appointed Benitez to take over as manager after Carlo Ancelotti left for Real Madrid.

    And the Liverpool Echo say that Spanish boss Benitez has doesn’t plan to use Rodriguez this season.



    Wolves are interested in bringing Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey back to the Premier League, DYLAN TERRY reports.

    The 30-year-old Welshman has struggled to secure a first team place at the Serie A giants.

    And according to Calcio Mercato, the former Arsenal man is set to be offered a transfer back to the Premier League by Wolves.

    Ramsey has often been used as a substitute since arriving in Italy in 2019.

    He has played 65 times for Juventus but only managed to score six goals, a poor return from the attacking midfielder.


    New Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo is keen for a reunion with Adama Traore.

    According to reports the 25-year-old may be available for £30million, with Liverpool also said to be interested in his signature.

    The Spain international struggled with a shoulder injury last season, but showed glimpses of his ability at Molineux.

    And Nuno Espirito Santo is eager to link up with a man he spent a lot of time working with at Wolves.


    Talks between Manchester United and Atletico Madrid for Kieran Trippier have reportedly stalled.

    The Red Devils are not keen to pay the £30million Atletico are holding out for.

    United believe the asking price is too high for the 30-year-old who has just one year remaining on his contract.

    Atletico do have the option to extend his contract by a year though, which is why they’re asking for such a high fee.

    But with United on a spending spree this summer and Kieran Trippier desperate to return to the Manchester area near where he grew up there could be developments in this one in the coming days.


    Newly promoted Norwich are in talks with United over a loan move for Brandon Williams, according to the Mirror.

    Southampton were favourites for a loan move, but with talks stalling between United and the Saints it’s Norwich who are now favourites to sign the 20-year-old.

    The Canaries have one Premier league loan slot left after taking Billy Gilmour on loan from Chelsea, and with cover needed at full-back for Max Aarons on the right and Dimitris Giannoulis on the left the versatile Brandon Williams could be a welcome addition.


    Schalke are considering terminating the contract of former Liverpool defender Ozan Kabak having so far failed to find the player a transfer, MARC MAYO reports.

    The Reds paid £1million to loan the Turkey international in January but opted against a £17m purchase option.

    The centre-back failed to impress in just 13 appearances and Liverpool instead turned their attention to Ibrahima Konate, who signed from RB Leipzig earlier this summer.

    A wealth of clubs have been linked with Kabak, 21, since but a move has failed to get off the ground.

    Therefore, Schalke could be forced into terminating his contract as they struggle to pay his wages.



    West Ham are leading the way in their pursuit of West Brom playmaker Matheus Pereira, DYLAN TERRY reports.

    The 25-year-old was one of the few bright sparks for the Baggies during a 2020-21 campaign which saw them relegated from the Premier League.

    But unlike his current club, Pereira could make an instant return to the top flight in time for the new season.

    According to journalist Ekrem Konur, the Brazilian playmaker is ‘very close’ to sealing a move to West Ham.



    Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale wants to join Arsenal, according to talkSPORT.

    The 23-year-old shotstopper has already been the subject of two rejected bids by the Blades from Arsenal, but the Gunners are expected to return with a third.

    Relegated Sheffield United want around £30million for Ramsdale, with Arsenal keen to add a goalkeeper to provide competition for Bernd Leno in between the sticks.

    Burnley and Watford are also said to be fans, but Ramsdale is only interested in joining Arsenal.


    Southampton are set to win the race for Chelsea youngster Tino Livramento, according to reports.

    The 18-year-old is entering the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge but talks over an extension are said to have collapsed.

    Thomas Tuchel called the defender up to two Premier League matchday squads last season but he is yet to make a senior debut for the club.

    Interest heightened in Livramento earlier in the summer and Brighton were linked amid talk that he wanted first-team football next season.

    But, according to the Mail, negotiations have advanced over a £5million transfer to Southampton.



    The Gunners have reportedly put SIX players up for sale, according to football london.

    Hector Bellerin, Sead Kolasinac, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Willian, Reiss Nelson and Eddie Nketiah are all reportedly available for transfer as the Gunners target a squad rebuild.

    A combined £75million has already been spent this summer on Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga and Ben White, but the Gunners are keen to continue the spending.

    And having been linked with a £70million move for Lautaro Martinez, six outgoings would go some way to funding that move.


    Tottenham defender Davinson Sanchez is reportedly in talks over a transfer to Sevilla to replace Chelsea target Jules Kounde, DYLAN TERRY reports.

    Sanchez, 25, joined Spurs in 2017 for what was at the time a club record fee of £42million.

    But he could now be on his way out of North London as Sevilla prepare for life without Frenchman Kounde.

    Chelsea are closing in on a deal for the 22-year-old centre-back having already had a bid of £30million plus Kurt Zouma rejected.

    And according to The Mail, if Kounde’s transfer is confirmed, talks could intensify as the LaLiga side search for someone to fill his boots.


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