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Transfer news LIVE! Arsenal in Zinchenko breakthrough; Chelsea make official Kounde bid; Spurs in Depay offer

Transfer news LIVE! Arsenal in Zinchenko breakthrough; Chelsea make official Kounde bid; Spurs in Depay offer

The new Premier League season is less than three weeks away and Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham remain the busiest teams in the summer window. The Gunners are working on their fifth new arrival, as they agree a contract with versatile defender Oleksandr Zinchenko. They have also been linked with moves for Youri Tielemans and Leroy Sane.

Chelsea were slow starters by comparison but have added both Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly and are now in talks over deals to sign both Presnel Kimpembe, from Paris Saint-Germain, and Jules Kounde, from Sevilla. A third defensive target, Matthijs de Ligt, is set to sign for Bayern Munich, while Armando Broja has asked to leave amid interest from West Ham.

Tottenham are set to announce their sixth summer signing, with Djed Spence completing a medical so official word is imminent. Memphis Depay is a potential target further up the pitch. Follow all of the latest transfer news and rumours below!

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ICYMI: Arteta on Arsenal signings

Mikel Arteta insists there is no update on Arsenal’s pursuit of Oleksandr Zinchenko as talks over a £30million transfer continue.

Personal terms are being discussed between the club and the Manchester City defender, who could be set for a reunion with Pep Guardiola’s former assistant.

On Monday, Arteta told reporters: “There is no update with anybody and when there are updates we will let you know. We’re looking at different options in different positions and we’ll give you an update when we have it.”

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Lewandowski: Barcelona are back

Robert Lewandowski declared Barcelona are “back” after completing his medical for a £42million move from Bayern Munich.

The LaLiga giants will officially unveil the Polish striker on Tuesday in Miami as part of their tour of the United States.

Lewandowski, 33, pushed hard to complete the move despite Barcelona’s financial problems and he insisted the club is ready to return to the elite after his arrival.

“It was very easy to decide to come to Barca,” the player said after joining his teammates in Florida. “Barca is back. I think I can help to put the team back at the top of European football.”

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Lo Celso talks struggling to progress

Talks between Fiorentina and Tottenham over a loan move for Giovani Lo Celso are not going swimmingly.

La Nazione report on Spurs’ refusal to step down on their terms of the deal has knocked the Viola back.

However, it is thought that the Premier League side are willing to dispense with the Argentine this summer.

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Juventus consider Gabriel push

With Matthijs de Ligt on his way to Bayern Munich, Juventus are turning their attention to his replacement.

Tuttosport detail interest in Arsenal’s Gabriel but the Old Lady have been put off by the Gunners’ price tag for the Brazilian.

Villarreal are also asking for a big fee for Pau Torres, leading to interest in Nikola Milenkovic of Fiorentina worth around £12m.

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Chelsea man wanted for fresh Italian job

Ethan Ampadu could be heading for a return to Serie A.

After a loan stint with Venezia last campaign, this time it is Spezia chasing his services according to Tuttosport.

The Welsh defender featured in Chelsea’s pre-season win over Club America on the weekend.

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The full story on Arsenal’s Zinchenko breakthrough

Arsenal are closing in on the signing of Oleksandr Zinchenko after agreeing a deal with Manchester City that could eventually be worth £32million, writes Standard Sport’s Simon Collings…

The Gunners are due to pay £30m up front for the 25-year-old, with a further £2m due in what are understood to be achievable add-ons.

Zinchenko has also agreed personal terms in principle with Arsenal and he will sign a four-year contract with Mikel Arteta’s side.

Read on!

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Colwill set to stay at Chelsea

Levi Colwill wants to stay at Chelsea and fight for his place in the first-team.

After a successful loan spell at Huddersfield, the young defender is tipped for another stint away or even a permanent move if not brought into the senior squad.

However, Colwill’s uncle, former footballer Barry Mason, insists he will stick it out under Thomas Tuchel.

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Reguilon loan exit hits hurdles

Sergio Reguilon’s high wages are obstructing a return to Sevilla.

The Spanish club’s transfer chief, Monchi, is hard at work securing a loan deal for the Spaniard, so say TMW.

However, talks have struggled to get off the ground despite Tottenham’s reported willingness to do a deal.

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Barcelona keen on Azpilicueta resolution

Barcelona want to seal a deal for Cesar Azpilicueta by the weekend.

Chelsea have been holding out for £7m for the Spanish defender, who is with the squad in the United States.

It is claimed a bid of only around £2.5m has landed so far, with Barcelona able to raise that offer.

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Arteta on Zinchenko talks

Mikel Arteta insists there is no update on Arsenal’s pursuit of Oleksandr Zinchenko as talks over a £30million transfer continue.

Personal terms are being discussed between the club and the Manchester City defender, who could be set for a reunion with Pep Guardiola’s former assistant.

Earlier on Monday, Arteta told reporters: “There is no update with anybody and when there are updates we will let you know.

“We’re looking at different options in different positions and we’ll give you an update when we have it.”

Read the full story.

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