Today could be another big move in the transfer market, with deals expected for Arsenal and Chelsea as well as Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester United among others. The Gunners have confirmed the signings of Declan Rice and Julian Timber and are now considering signing Romeo Lavia, which could lead to Thomas Party’s north London departure.
Moisés Caicedo is the number one target in the Chelsea capital, but with Brighton sticking to their £100m price tag, he is expected to travel with Brighton. Liverpool are also keen, but Caicedo’s addition to the Seagulls’ squad to travel to the United States would be a major blow to the hopes of both clubs.
Rayan Cerki has also been a target for Chelsea in their rivalry with Newcastle, with manager Mauricio Pochettino also wanting the striker. Man United could announce the signing of Andre Onana today and Tottenham are looking to secure Harry Kane’s future.Follow all the latest transfer news, updates and deals standard sportslive blog!
Arsenal miss Dutch winger
Arsenal are without Xavi Simmons.
Fabrizio Romano has confirmed his move to Paris Saint-Germain today, following early rumors that the PSV winger would join the Gunners.
PSG have a buyback clause worth just over £5million for Simmons and will activate it before putting him on loan.
But if Kylian Mbappe or Neymar leave, he will stay in Paris.
Gunners eye Romeo Lavia as next target
Romeo Lavia would be ideal as Arsenal’s next addition.
According to CBS sports correspondent Ben Jacobs, Southampton are willing to set aside £50m for the young midfielder.
But neither the Gunners nor fellow fans Chelsea and Liverpool are prepared to pay anywhere near that amount.
Arsenal expected £50m deal for Declan Rice
Reports from the Middle East say Thomas Party have agreed personal terms with the Saudi club.
It has long been suggested that the Ghanaian midfielder could leave if Arsenal find a replacement. And now a deal seems to be on the horizon.
Moises Caicedo joins Brighton tour with Chelsea batting
Brighton will take Moises Caicedo on their pre-season tour of the United States.
Chelsea and Liverpool have failed to meet the £100 million price tag for the Ecuadorian player, with the newspaper reporting they will head to Seagulls for the new season as usual.
Brighton also play Chelsea in Philadelphia on 26 July.
According to the newspaper, Caicedo wants to join the Blues, who are considering Arsenal target Romeo Labia as an alternative.
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PSG in talks over Chelsea target Dusan Vlahovic
Paris Saint-Germain could beat Chelsea in the race for Dusan Vlahovic.
The Blues have been linked with a move for the Juventus striker in recent weeks, with some discussing a possible swap deal involving Romelu Lukaku.
However, transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano reports that PSG are in early talks with Juve over a move for Vlahovic, who is said to be open to a move to the French capital this summer. .
Declan Rice reveals ‘key factor’ behind Arsenal move
Declan Rice has revealed manager Mikel Arteta was a ‘big factor’ behind his decision to move to Arsenal this summer.
After weeks of waiting and days of intense transfer speculation, the England midfielder finally sealed his £105m transfer fee from West Ham to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, setting a new club record for Arsenal. Agree on exact payment structure for gold.
Rice, whose high-profile transfer is also a transfer record between the two English clubs, joins Julian Timber and Kai Havertz as the Gunners spent £200m early in the summer and a new deal could be completed as soon as possible. was eager to do so. In order to maximize time to socialize with his new teammates ahead of the season when he returns to the Champions League for the first time since 2016/17 and hopes to create another Premier League title challenge can be held in
The 24-year-old was finally able to seal a deal after training for the first time at London Colney on Saturday before the Arsenal side departed to the United States for a pre-season tour that included a friendly on Sunday afternoon. I was delighted. Play against MLS All-Star Eleven, Manchester United and Barcelona.
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Thomas Party ‘agrees to leave Arsenal’ over Saudi transfer
There is a good chance that Thomas Party will leave Arsenal.
With the Gunners continuing to revamp their midfield, with the arrivals of Declan Rice and Kai Havertz, and the departure of Granit Xhaka in this slot, the Gunners are willing to listen to offers for a Ghana international this summer. Are known.
Serie A giants Juventus have been most closely associated with Parti alongside the Saudi club in recent weeks.
And reports tonight from the Gulf states that the 30-year-old has agreed personal terms with an unnamed club in the Saudi Pro League.
Wolves plan new £20m bid for Alex Scott
West Ham could miss out on signing championship sensation Alex Scott.
Premier League clubs are reportedly lining up to sign the England Under-20 midfielder, who is expected to leave Bristol City this summer.
Standard Sport broke the news last month that West Ham were interested in Scott, with Tottenham and Bournemouth among other top teams said to be interested in the 19-year-old, who has reportedly signed a deal at Ashton Gate. It is believed to be valued at £25 million.
But the Daily Telegraph reports tonight that Wolves are planning a bid of over £20m for Scott and are pushing to close a deal for a young player that manager Julen Lopetegui holds in high esteem. reported.
Aaron Ramsey completes emotional Cardiff return
Now for the transfer romantic in you.
Aaron Ramsey has made an emotional return to boyhood club Cardiff on a two-year deal.
The former Arsenal stalwart has left French club Nice by mutual consent before returning to his home country of Wales.
Ramsey remains Cardiff’s youngest ever player, making 22 first-team appearances as an acclaimed teenager before earning a coveted signing as Arsenal beat Manchester United in 2008.
“It’s an incredible feeling to finally be back here. I always knew I’d be back one day and now is the perfect time for that,” said Ramsey. His seven-year-old son Sonny has also joined the Cardiff academy.
“I’m so happy to be back here now because it’s really nice to be back with my family and all the familiar faces. It was important.”