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OFFICIAL: Premier League Giants Agree £60M Deal For Arsenal Target & More Transfer News

Premier League giants Newcastle United have agreed a club record deal worth £60 Million plus add-ons with Real Sociedad for 22 years old forward & Arsenal target Alexander Isak and personal terms have been agreed with the deal at final stages. Arsenal hopes of signing Youri Tielemans have been boosted as Leceister City have lowered their asking price to around £38 Million due to contractual situation. Chelsea are still in negotiations with Leceister City for the transfer of Wesley Fofana who is obsessed to joining Stamford Bridge despite Leicester City rejecting Blues latest bid worth £72 Million.

Roma are in advanced talks to sign Andrea Bellotti as their priority summer striker target as Mourinho looks forward to bolster his attack. Chelsea star Callum Hudson Odoi is on the verge of completing a loan switch to Bayer Leverkusen until June 2023. Manchester United are set to make an improved bid close to €100 Million including add-ons for Ajax forward Antony who has already agreed personal terms until June 2027 with Ajax keen to re-sign Antony as his potential replacement.

Manchester United are reportedly considering offering Barcelona €10 Million for Memphis Depay despite the Netherlands star agreeing to terminate hus current deal with Barcelona to join Juventus. West Ham United have made £40 Million offer for Lyon Midfielder Lucas Paqueta and talks are ongoing with his representatives who are at London to discuss personal terms and push through a Premier league move before the summer transfer window shuts. Chelsea are keen to sign Pierre Emerick Aubameyang as attacking priority and willing to offer £20 Million after verbally agreeing personal terms with the Gabonese Captain.


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