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New Signings and Other Transfer Speculations

1. Frank Kessie is getting closer to extend his contract with AC Milan. Scheduled a meeting with his agent (G.Atangana) next week. The ivorian midfielder asks €6M/year as new salary, while Rossoneri are preparing a new bid by €5M/year + bonuses and want to close soon.

2. The only thing currently preventing the finalisation of Brandon Williams’s season-long move to Southampton is the loan fee being stipulated by.

3. Chelsea have announced that defender Marc Guehi will join Crystal Palace on a five-year deal.

4. Man Utd are interesten in Saul Niguez, nothing advanced yet and Atletico are using Man United to boost the price of Saul.

5. A Miralem Pjanic swap for Aaron Ramsey is not happening as of now. Barcelona consider Ramseys wages to be too high.

6. Everton closing in on deals for wingers Demarai Gray (£1.5m from Bayer Leverkusen) and Andros Townsend (free transfer)!

7. Harry Kane has made the decision to leave Tottenham, however the Hotspurs will only sell 160 - 170M. Kane is pushing to join Manchester City as they want a new striker. Kane has agreed personal terms until 2026 with City.

8. Chelsea will make an offer for Declan Rice of West Ham who set his price at £80M.

9. Brahim Diaz will be announced tomorrow as a new signing of AC Milan. Loan with option clause around 23M€.

10. Odisha FC is close to sign last season golden boot winner Igor Angulo on a free transfer from FC Goa. Personal terms have been agreed between Igor Angulo and Odisha FC.

11. Official. Crystal Palace have completed the signing of Marc Guéhi from Chelsea on a five-year deal, agreement confirmed as announced today.

12. Arsenal are expected to close a deal for Houssem Aouar this week from Lyon.

13. Psg still want Lazio's Joachin Correa. Paris wants to include winger Pablo Sarabia in the offer, Lazio still want 18/20M payment as well.

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