News reaching our desk on today's transfer speculations have confirmed that Arsenal have let Pierre Emerick Aubameyang leave the club.
The Gabon international has been linked with a move to Barcelona. The Gunners would reportedly sign him out with the "right price."
After Harry Kane made his ultimate decision to stay at Tottenham Hotspurs, Manchester City have turn their attention to Juventus skipper Cristiano Rinaldo. Pep Guardiola has made a bold statement that he would be delighted to work with the Portuguese goal machine despite their rivalry back in Spain.
In what is expected to be the most expensive transfer of the season, Paris Saint Germain are willing to sell Kylian Mbappe at a fee of £180m. Spanish giants Real Madrid are on the move for the France goal machine.
Lastly, Southampton have landed Lyanco from the Italian side, Torino at a fee of €7.5 m on a four year contract. The Brazil defender is set to reinforce the Premier League side defense department.
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