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Manchester United have been left seething after it emerged the representatives of Cristiano Ronaldo have been speaking to Premier League rivals Chelsea, with reports outlining that a potential move for the 37-year-old icon to Stamford Bridge was discussed.

Meanwhile it’s all systems go at Liverpool, despite the Merseysiders insisting their early summer transfer business has already been concluded.

Jurgen Klopp pulled off a potential club-record deal for striker Darwin Nunez, prior to the depature of club legend Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich. The Reds then brought in Calvin Ramsay from Aberdeen and declared their business done – yet the rumour mill has sparked into life again.

In the last 24 hours reports have emerged that Liverpool would consider a sensational exit of Mohamed Salah this summer, but only for a specific price.

Real Madrid’s forgotten man Marco Asensio has since been linked as a result, with the Spain international rapidly approaching the end of his contract at the Bernabeu.

Elsewhere, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal revolution is in full flow and it has quickly become apparent that the Gunners will be spending relentlessly this summer, with their key focus at the moment being Leeds United’s exciting winger Raphinha, who is also desired by Barcelona.

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Crystal Palace are nearing an agreement to bring Lens midfielder Cheick Doucoure to south London in the not-too-distant future, according to French outlet RMC.

A transfer fee of £18m has reportedly been settled on by the two clubs, with final talks now underway in order to wrap up the proposed move.

Palace were rebuffed on their £14.5m opening bid last week but have since increased their offer to match Lens’ valuation and are now closing in on Doucoure’s services.

Raheem Sterling wants to leave Manchester City in order to join Chelsea this summer.

That’s according to Fabrizio Romano, who claims that personal terms have already been discussed between the England international and the Blues.

As mentioned earlier, Chelsea are expected to submit a formal bid for Sterling in the coming days, with Thomas Tuchel a huge admirer of the City forward.

Fernandinho has been officially unveiled as an Athletico Paranaense player after leaving Manchester City as a free agent at the end of last season.

Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele will make a decision on his immediate future at some point in the next 72 hours, according to The Mirror.

Dembele is yet to sign a new contract with Barcelona despite months of painful negotiations and has been linked with a potential move to Chelsea in recent weeks.

The player’s representatives were said to have held talks with Barcelona on Monday but a resolution could not be found, leaving the 25-year-old’s future hanging in the balance.

Sven Botman has signed his contract at Newcastle United ahead of his move to Tyneside from Lille, according to Fabrizio Romano.

It is claimed that Botman also successfully completed a medical on Monday and will officially be unveiled as a Newcastle player in the near future.

Lille are set to receive a transfer fee in the region of £32m for the defender, who has already posted a farewell message to his Instagram account.

Christian Eriksen is set to wait to make his decision on whether to join Manchester United in order to see how the Red Devils progress in the summer market, according to the Daily Mirror.

Eriksen will be a free agent at the end of this month as things stand and is said to be fielding interest from United, while the likes of Tottenham and Newcastle have also been credited with an interest in securing his signature.

The Dane is prepared to bide his time, though, as he waits to see whether United manage to make any progress in the transfer window over the coming weeks.

Everton are not prepared to include Anthony Gordon in a double deal with Richarlison to join Tottenham this summer, according to the Liverpool Echo.

Recent reports have claimed that Spurs are keen on negotiating moves for both players in order to strengthen their ranks in advance of the upcoming Premier League season.

However, it seems as though a double swoop will be firmly off the table, with Everton unwilling to play ball.

Chelsea’s hopes of landing Neymar appear to have taken a hit as a result of the PSG star’s determination to stay with his current employers, according to journalist Fabien Guyon.

The Blues have been tentatively linked with an ambitious move for Neymar in recent days amid reports that he could leave Paris before the new season gets underway.

However, it is claimed that he is ‘totally concerned’ with the task at hand at PSG and wants to stay in order to form a ‘shock trio’ with Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe.

Andreas Christensen has admitted that recent months have been ‘mentally tough’ after deciding to leave Chelsea in order to join Barcelona, with his expected move to the Nou Camp set to be confirmed in the near future.

“Having spent 10 amazing years at this club, I felt now was the right time for a new beginning for me and my family,” he said.

“Mentally, the last few months have been tough as it’s not been an easy decision to leave this club and the fans. I’m not the most talkative person so sometimes people don’t understand how much the club and the fans mean to me.

“I will miss the players, staff and everyone here. I wish the best for the club and the fans in the future.”

Manchester United will reportedly need to pay around £70m to land Ajax winger Antony before the new Premier League campaign gets underway.

The Red Devils have been linked with the 22-year-old for some time but will have to shell out a mega-money fee in order to secure his services, according to The Mirror.

Antony excelled under Erik ten Hag’s guidance at Ajax last season and is thought to be open to the idea of joining United, but whether a deal can be agreed at club level remains to be seen.

Manchester City are expecting Chelsea to submit an opening bid for Raheem Sterling in the not-too-distant future, according to Sky Sports.

Thomas Tuchel is already said to have reached out to the England international in order to explain how he would fit in at Stamford Bridge.

City are open to allowing the player to leave the club this summer but are not prepared to sell for anything less than £50m at this stage.

Tottenham are looking to complete a package deal for Everton attacking duo Richarlison and Anthony Gordon this summer.

According to Sky Sports, Antonio Conte wants to add both players to his ever-improving squad ahead of the 2022-23 season.

Spurs are eyeing younger players who fit the homegrown quote, which Gordon and right-wing-back target Djed Spence do.

Arsenal have submitted a second, improved bid for Ajax centre-back Lisandro Martinez after seeing their opening offer worth £25.9m (€30m) rejected.

According to Mike Verweij, the Gunners have upped their bid to £34m (€40m) including bonuses.

However, Ajax are likely to turn it down again, demanding £43m (€50m) guaranteed.

Manchester United are also interested in Martinez.

Newcastle United have held talks with Leeds United over an exciting swoop for Brazil winger Raphinha this summer.

According to The Northern Echo, a discussion has taken place between the two clubs, with the 25-year-old also linked with Arsenal, Barcelona and Tottenham.

And the Magpies are said to be waiting to see how his situation develops before launching a formal bid.

Manchester United are ‘ready to forcefully enter the scene’ for Juventus centre-back Matthijs de Ligt this summer.

According to Corriere dello Sport, United have joined Chelsea in the race to sign the 22-year-old, with Erik ten Hag spearheading the pursuit.

However, the Blues are said to be in pole position after their initial offer of £38.8m plus Timo Werner was rejected.

Ten Hag’s ‘serious’ interest in De Ligt ‘could open an auction’, with a bid between £69m and £77.6m potentially enough to secure his signature.

Chelsea are considering rivalling Tottenham Hotspur for Everton forward Richarlison this summer.

Sky Sports report Chelsea are interested in the Brazilian replacing Romelu Lukaku, who is set to return to Inter Milan on loan.

The Blues could sign as many as three forwards, with Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling and Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele also on Thomas Tuchel’s radar.

Arsenal have confirmed the signing of USMNT goalkeeper Matt Turner from MLS outfit New England Revolution.

The 28-year-old has signed a long-term contract at the Emirates Stadium and will wear the No 30 shirt.

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag wants to assess Andreas Pereira during the club’s pre-season tour amid an offer from Fulham.

According to ESPN, United have given Fulham boss Marco Silva permission to speak to Pereira after receiving an offer worth around £9m.

But Ten Hag is keen to keep the 26-year-old midfielder around for pre-season before making a final decision on his future.

It’s in the hands of Pereira, who wants regular first-team football after a loan spell at Flamengo.

Barcelona have ‘maximum confidence’ in winning the race to sign Sevilla centre-back Jules Kounde this summer.

According to AS, Barcelona have spoken to the Frenchman and he is interested in a move to Camp Nou this summer.

Chelsea were initial frontrunners after narrowly missing out on his signature last summer, and Thomas Tuchel is expected to sign at least two centre-backs ahead of the 2022-23 season.

But the Blues might have to turn their attention elsewhere, with Barcelona closing in on their long-term target.

Arsenal have no intention to send William Saliba on his fourth loan move since joining the club this season.

Fabrizio Romano reports Mikel Arteta considers the 20-year-old centre-back part of his first-team squad and the Arsenal board are keen to discuss a new contract.

The Gunners will only change their mind on his exit if they receive a ‘crazy bid’, potentially ending Marseille’s hopes of signing him permanently.

Chelsea have confirmed Petr Cech will leave his role as Technical and Performance Advisor on June 30.

Cech joins Bruce Buck, Marina Granovskaia, Guy Laurence and Christophe Lollichon out of the Chelsea exit door since Todd Boehly’s takeover.

The Telegraph claim he made it clear that Thomas Tuchel should’ve given Romelu Lukaku another season at Stamford Bridge, rather than loaning him back to Inter Milan this summer.

And he has now said ‘the time is right’ for him to depart as part of a mass exodus.

Manchester United’s hopes of signing Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia have been handed a boost amid reports of an agreed deal with Lyon.

According to Telegraaf, Malacia’s move to Ligue 1 is not yet complete and claims of an agreed deal are premature.

Feyenoord want around £12.9m guaranteed, while Lyon have only offered that sum with the help of bonuses so far.

Erik ten Hag wants to sign the exciting 22-year-old after securing his priority target Frenkie de Jong, and it still seems to be an open race…

On top of Arsenal potentially announcing Gabriel Jesus’ Emirates Stadium arrival, there is expected to be at least two more transfers made official today.

Fabrizio Romano reports Lille centre-back Sven Botman is in England to undergo a medical and sign his contract with Newcastle United to complete a £31.8m move.

West Ham United are also primed to announce the permanent signing of goalkeeper Alfonse Areola for a £10.3m fee.

Arsenal could officially announce the exciting signing of Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus today after agreeing a £45million deal.

The Gunners are set to complete his arrival after settling personal terms over a five-year deal on Sunday, The Telegraph report.

Incentive clauses could see the fee rise to £55m in a deal that will be seen as a major coup for Mikel Arteta and Edu at the Emirates Stadium.

Manchester United have reportedly rejected a swap deal offer for Harry Maguire from Barcelona, reports claim.

The Sun suggest Barca were keen on taking Maguire as part of a deal for Frenkie de Jong – an idea that has been knocked back by United officials.

Instead, United prefer a straight cash deal for De Jong which is now reportedly agreed.

The Dutchman is expected to move to Old Trafford in a £69m switch.

Manchester United are intersted in signing Nicolas Tagliafico, according to The Mail.

The Red Devils are also in the hunt for Lisandro Martinez and Antony, who were two favourites of Erik ten Hag at Ajax but Tagliafico is also seemingly on their radar.

He is out of contract in 2023 which is why the Amsterdam giants are ready to consider a sale.

United have seemingly missed out on Tyrell Malacia, who is set to join Lyon for around £12m.

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