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PSG are closing in on a replacement for Kylian Mbappe, according to reports.

The French icon has been told he can leave this summer as the club doesn't want to lose him on a free transfer in 2024 when his current deal expires.

Meanwhile, Bayern chiefs have cancelled their private jet to London just hours before take-off – rescheduling talks for next week.

Elsewhere, Chelsea have agreed terms for a wonderkid dubbed the new Vieira.


Stay up to date with all the latest from the world of transfer news…

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Roma 'agree deal for Scamacca'

    Roma have reportedly agreed a deal to sign West Ham striker Gianluca Scamacca.

    Calciomercato have claimed that the deal will be a loan with an obligation to buy him.

    The Serie A side will pay a loan fee of up to £5million, which will then be followed by a permanent fee of £22m next summer.

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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Atletico still 'in talks for Hojbjerg'

    Tottenham and Atletico Madrid are reportedly still discussing a deal for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.

    CBS reporter Ben Jacobs has claimed that personal terms have been agreed but there is a "gulf" in the club's valuation of the player.

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Where could Maguire go?

    Here are the bookmakers' odds on where Harry Maguire could move to this summer.

    • Not to sign or agree a contract with any other club – 4/7
    • West Ham – 7/4
    • Tottenham – 6/1
    • Aston Villa – 8/1
    • Chelsea – 17/2
    • Newcastle – 10/1
    • Brighton – 25/1
    • PSG  – 50/1

    *Odds by Betfair.

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Crawley pick up Hammer

      Crawley Town have confirmed the loan signing of West Ham youngster Kamarai Swyer.

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      Hojlund out of Atalanta team

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      Hojlund getting closer to United

      Manchester United are reportedly getting close to reaching a deal with Atalanta over a move for Rasmus Hojlund.

      The Dane will not play in the Serie A outfit's pre-season friendly against Bournemouth today, according to Fabrizio Romano.

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Cavani leaves Valencia

      Edison Cavani has left Valencia after his contract was mutually terminated.

      Valencia posted the following statement confirming his exit.

      It read: "Valencia CF and Edinson Cavani have reached an agreement for the contractual separation of the Uruguayan striker.

      "Valencia CF publicly thanks Edinson Cavani for his professionalism and wishes him good luck in the rest of his sports career"

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Sociedad 'interested in Reguilon

      Real Sociedad are reportedly interested in signing Tottenham defender Sergio Reguilon.

      Fabrizio Romano has claimed that the Spaniard is one of the options for the LaLiga side.

      He also suggests that the deal is still at an early stage.

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Chelsea 'agree Ugochukwu deal'

      Chelsea have reportedly agreed a deal with Rennes to sign Lesley Ugochukwu.

      The midfielder has agree personal terms and will move to Stamford Bridge for £23.5million, according to The Athletic.

      The report claims that he will have his medical tomorrow.

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Hojlund boost for United

      Manchester United have been handed a boost in their pursuit of Rasmus Hojlund.

      Atalanta have signed forward El Bilal Toure from Almeria for a fee of £26.5m.

      This could free up Hojlund to leave the club and move to Old Trafford.

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Darlow 'set for Leeds'

      Newcastle goalkeeper Karl Darlow is reportedly close to a move to Leeds.

      Sky Sports claim that the stopper will sign a three-year deal to move to Elland Road.

      He spent the second half of last season on loan at Hull City.

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      De Zerbi hints at star exit

      Roberto De Zerbi has hinted that Denis Undav could be on his way out of Brighton this summer.

      The striker has been linked with a move to the Bundesliga despite only joining Brighton last year.

      When discussing his striker options, De Zerbi said: "João Pedro, Welbeck and Ferguson are enough.

      "We will see about the future of Undav in the next days."

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Hammers target ‘allowed to leave’

      West Ham have had a boost in their hopes of signing a new centre-back this summer after failing with a bid for Manchester United’s Harry Maguire.

      Bayer Leverkusen have reportedly told Jonathan Tah that he will be allowed to leave the club.

      Sky Sports have claimed that the German can switch clubs should interested sides offer at least £17.2million.

      This could mean that the Hammers end their interest in Maguire.

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Duo want 'Rennes youngster'

      Premier League clubs Chelsea and West Ham are both interested in signing Rennes midfielder Lesley Ugochukwu.

      According to L'Equipe, the 19-year-old is being targeted by the English clubs despite struggling for game time last season.

      The Blues are keen to add to their midfield options following the exits of Mateo Kovacic, Mason Mount, N'Golo Kante and Ruben Loftus-Cheek this summer.

      Ugochukwu's contract has two years left to run.

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Arsenal ‘close on Bitello’

      Arsenal are reportedly closing in on a deal to sign Bitello from Gremio.

      The midfielder would become the club’s fourth arrival this summer after Kai Havertz, Jurrien Timber and Declan Rice.

      90min have claimed that a deal is nearing completion as Mikel Arteta continues to add more depth to his squad.

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Sarri not keen on Fred

      Lazio president Claudio Lotito has revealed that manager Maurizio Sarri does not want the club to sign Fred.

      The Brazilian midfielder has been linked with an exit from Old Trafford this summer.

      However he will not be heading to Lazio as Sarri prefers other targets.

      Lotito told Messaggero: “I was prepared to open talks with Man United and bid for Fred, but Maurizio Sarri told me no — he doesn’t want Fred.

      “He did the same with Lo Celso… Sarri wants Zielinski and Ricci.”

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Amrabat price-tag revealed

      Sofyan Amrabat has reportedly been slapped with a huge price tag by Fiorentina.

      The Moroccan midfielder is a target for a number of Premier League sides this summer after impressing at the World Cup in Qatar.

      However, clubs will have to spend big to get him, as the Guardian have claimed it will cost up to £50million to secure his services.

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Al-Hilal after another European star

      Saudi Pro League outfit Al-Hilal are reportedly gunning for another European star.

      The club have already signed Ruben Neves, Kalidou Koulibaly and Sergej Milinković-Savić this summer.

      Now AS are claiming that the club is preparing a £38million offer to Sevilla for Youssef En-Nesyri.

      The report states that he could be set to earn £13m per year should he make the move.

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      More on Van de Beek

      The Daily Express have however claimed that Manchester United could instead use Donny van de Beek as a part of a swap deal for Ajax star Mohammed Kudus.

      The Ghanian midfielder is wanted by a host of Premier League sides this summer with an asking price of £40million.

      However, United could get the price lowered should they offer Van de Beek as part of a deal which would see him return to his former side.

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Spain calls for midfielder

      Manchester United ace Donny Van de Beek has been linked with a move to the LaLiga.

      Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Real Sociedad are "actively working" on a deal to sign the midfielder from the Red Devils.

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Caicedo replacement in mind

      Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi has revealed that he already has a replacement in mind should Moises Caicedo leave the club.

      He said: "If Caicedo leaves, we need another big important midfielder.

      "Yes, [I have a specific player in mind to replace him], but I don’t want to tell you his name."

      Caicedo is being chased by Chelsea with the Blues already seeing two bids rejected.

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Saint-Maximin says farewell

      Allan Saint-Maximin has posted a goodbye message to Newcastle fans as he is now set to join Saudi Arabia outfit Al-Ahli.

      He wrote: "4 years ago, I wore the Newcastle jersey for the first time. At that moment, I hadn’t realized that not only was I about to become a Newcastle player, but I was also about to become a Geordie.

      "You might think « nice Goodbye message » but the sentiment runs deeper than any words I could say.

      "From the very first months that I met the people of this city, I truly understood them and embraced their unwavering passion, which is why it was so important for me to give my all and if this meant to play injured or even not making statistics, I didn’t give a sh** as long as it would help my team."

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    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Howe wants Guimaraes future sorted

      Eddie Howe hopes a solution is found after Bruno Guimaraes revealed there is “doubt” over his contract situation at Newcastle.  

      The Brazilian midfielder, 25, wants an improved deal but insisted on Thursday that nothing has been agreed. 

      He said: “There is no news. I want to stay, but the doubt is ongoing. So, let’s see.” 

      Bruno’s contract expires in 2026 but the Samba star admitted he had a “conversation” with admirers Real Madrid last summer. 

    • By Henry Tomlinson

      Ake urges Walker to follow example

      Nathan Ake signed his new Manchester City contract – and urged fellow defender Kyle Walker to do the same.

      The Dutch international, 28, has committed himself to the Etihad until summer 2027 by penning his four-year deal.

      But there remains uncertainty over the future of veteran Walker who is wanted by Bayern Munich.

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      Ake said: “Kyle is a fantastic character in the group and such an important player for us.

      “Obviously we would like him to stay. We don’t know what’s going to happen but all we can hope for is that he stays and helps us again to win titles.

      “We have to see – but I think it’s clear that all the players and everyone at the club wants him to stay.”

    • By Joshua Jones

      Amrabat the solution at United?

      The injury news means Ten Hag will now step up his search for an extra addition to bolster his options before the transfer window closes.

      Sofyan Amrabat was already a priority on the United transfer wishlist.

      And now the club are reportedly set to step up their pursuit of the Fiorentina and Morocco star.

      Rivals Liverpool were also interested in Amrabat.

      However, reports this week claimed the Red Devils were his preferred option.

      And United are said to have submitted a £21.5million bid for the 26-year-old, who shone at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

      However, Italian side Fiorentina want around £26m for their in-demand star.

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