Transfer news LIVE! Chelsea eye Martinez; Tielemans to Arsenal latest; Estupinan to Tottenham gossip; rumours

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea, as ever, are all major players in this summer’s transfer window. Indeed, the two north London clubs have been among the busiest in Europe with Antonio Conte still keen to add Djed Spence to Spurs’ list of summer recruits and the Italian is also now reportedly eyeing a move for Villarreal’s Pervis Estupinan.

At Arsenal, meanwhile, Mikel Arteta wants more additions to his squad following the signing of Gabriel Jesus. Leicester City’s Youri Tielemans is a target, although the Belgian has now linked up with Brendan Rodgers’ side ahead of their pre-season training camp in France.

Over at Chelsea, manager Thomas Tuchel is not keen on the idea of ​​a move for Cristiano Ronaldo despite being offered both him and Neymar. Instead, the Blues are said to have ramped up their interest in a certain Lisandro Martinez, a player who has been linked with Arsenal too. Follow all of the latest gossip and rumors in our LIVE blog below!

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ICYMI – Chelsea to focus on fresh targets after Raphinha blow

Chelsea are ready to focus on new attacking targets with Leeds forward Raphinha closing in on a move to Barcelona, ​​writes Nizaar Kinsella.

The 26-year-old has finally seen the Spanish giants match the £55 million offer that was made by Blues co-owner Todd Boehly. Barcelona needed to raise money outside of the transfer market and cover their historic financial losses.

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ICYMI – Bernd Leno close to Arsenal exit

Fulham are growing in confidence that they can wrap up a £10million deal for Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno, writes Simon Collings.

Marco Silva wants to add a new keeper to his squad this summer and Fulham have settled on Leno as their preferred target.

Talks are advancing well over a deal and there is a growing belief that Leno will move to west London for a fee of around £10m.

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ICYMI – West Ham plan Chelsea transfer talks

West Ham are set to step up their striker search this week, with Chelsea forward Armando Broja the club’s leading target. writes Malik Ouzia.

The Hammers made their third major signing of the summer last Thursday when midfielder Flynn Downes arrived from Swansea, but a centre-forward has been a key priority for David Moyes since the transfer window opened.

The Irons boss has tried and failed to bring in competition for Michail Antonio in each of the past two windows, including having a club record bid for now Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez knocked back by Benfica on deadline day in January.

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Gareth Bale: MLS move is not a retirement tour

Gareth Bale wants to prolong his career potentially beyond the upcoming World Cup to possibly even make the Euros in 2024 after being unveiled by LAFC, writes Nizaar Kinsella.

The 32-year-old signed a year-long contract with various options to extend the deal for an extra 12 months, with a further 18 also in the arrangement.

With the former Tottenham and Real Madrid forward planning to compete for Wales at the upcoming World Cup in Qatar, he spoke about why he has opted to prolong his career despite rumors that he was previously bound for retirement.

Read Bale’s comments in full here!

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Jack Wilshere returns to Arsenal

One of the club’s most highly-rated young talents at one point in his career, Jack Wilshere will now guide the next generation of Hale End academy graduates.

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De Ligt close to Juventus move


Frenkie De Jong: Manchester United transfer update

More bad news, Chelsea fans!

While Barcelona are keen for the Blues to bid for Frenkie De Jong, presumably to drive up the price, Manchester United officials have been spotted in the Catalan city to discuss a deal, according to The Sun.


Ousmane Dembele: Barcelona deal closed

Here we go!


Done deal!

Aston Villa continue their busy summer…


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