Marseille & Arsenal now very close to William Saliba loan without option to buy deal - player could travel to France as soon as Sunday/Monday. (La Provence)
Manchester United lead Chelsea and neighbours Manchester City in the race sign England striker Harry Kane with Tottenham asking for £100m plus two of the Red Devils' first-team players. (Daily Mirror)
Official, Nuno Tavares has joined Arsenal on a permanent deal from Benfica for €8m + add ons. Next step for Arsenal: Albert Sambi Lokonga from Anderlecht, here we go confirmed. (Fabrizio Romano)
Pep Guardiola has spoken to Antoine Griezmann about a potential move to Manchester City. FC Barcelona are open to selling the Frenchman to help balance the books. (Source: FootMercato)
There’s no chance for FC Bayern to sign Federico Chiesa this summer despite rumours. He’s considered untouchable - Juventus are not selling him. Chiesa will be one of the key players in Massimiliano Allegri’s project at Juventus. (Fabrizio Romano)
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