Arsenal are ready to revive their interest in Kieran Trippier - but need Atletico Madrid to slash their asking price. (The Sun)
Contacts initiated by Sevilla with Boubacar Kamara's entourage in the event of a Jules Koundé departure, but no formal negotiations on presently. (GFFN)
Sergio Busquets and Sergi Roberto hope to complete their contract extensions this week with Barcelona. Both deals will include a big pay-cut to help the club through financial difficulty. (Mundo Deportivo)
OFFICIAL: FC Zurich have signed midfielder Ante Coric on a season-long loan from AS Roma.
Antonio Conte is a contender to become Arsenal manager if the club decide to sack Mikel Arteta. (Source: Telegraph)
Tottenham have reached a total agreement with FC Metz for the transfer of Pape Matar Sarr. The Senegalese player will sign a 6-year deal with Spurs and will remain at Metz on loan this season. The transfer fee will come to €30M, including bonuses. (Source: @Santi_J_FM)
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