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The summer transfer window is intensifying with Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea all investing heavily in revamping their squads for the new season.

Mikel Arteta’s Gunners in particular are showing plenty of signs of life as they pursue Raphinha, Gabriel Jesus and Youri Tielemans, as they have confirmed the signing of Marquinhos. Gianluca Scamacca and Christopher Nkunku are the latest linked names. Antonio Conte’s Spurs are taking a slightly different route, with defense their priority amid interest in Pau Torres and Djed Spence. Up front, Richarlison is a reported target.

In west London, Chelsea are finally free to do business and kick off the Todd Boehly era, and Raheem Sterling is of interest alongside Milan Skriniar and a bid for Gabriel Slonina. Liverpool are close to signing Darwin Nunez and now want Matheus Nunes as Manchester United and West Ham seek their first deals.

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Arsenal in battle for Scamacca

Arsenal face a fight to sign reported target Gianluca Scamacca.

According to CalcioMercato, the Sassuolo striker is followed by six clubs as Juventus, Inter Milan, Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan have all shown interest in him.

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Chelsea’s dream signing

Chelsea are dreaming of signing Matthijs de Ligt from Juventus this summer, according to Chelsea Chronicle.

But Juventus are ready to resist any offer as they look to build a title-winning defense around the Dutchman.


Liverpool will field their second signing

With Darwin Nunez almost out the door, Liverpool are now reportedly looking to sign Matheus Nunes from Sporting.

The raid on Portugal continues, according to A Bola, for a player who has been linked with Manchester United in recent weeks.

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Man United ‘really’ keen on Antony

Manchester United have a genuine interest in Antony, according to Fabrizio Romano.

New manager Erik ten Hag has been linked with a reunion with his former Ajax player.

One to watch.

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Spurs plot Richarlison offer

Speaking of Tottenham, the club are reportedly ready to offer both Lucas Moura and Harry Winks in partial exchange for Richarlison.

That’s according to the Telegraph, who add that Everton value their frontman at over £50million.

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Spurs boost Spence bid

Nottingham Forest are looking for alternatives to Djed Spence to boost Tottenham’s chances of signing the right-back.

The Nottingham Post claim Liverpool’s Neco William and Manchester City’s Issa Kabore are of interest.

Spurs are believed to be lining up a £20m offer for Spence, who excelled on loan at Forest last season.


West Ham announce the signing of Aguerd

West Ham are finalizing their £30m deal for Rennes defender Nayef Aguerd, reports 90min.

The 26-year-old has been a long-term option for David Moyes and the club have moved quickly to sign a highly rated player across the continent.

Aguerd is in London to undergo a medical and is expected to be touted as West Ham’s first major signing this summer.

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Deal done! Bayern signs Gravenberch

This one has been in the works for a while, and it’s a steal.

Bayern Munich have confirmed the signing of Ryan Gravenberch from Ajax.


Milan take their first step towards Asensio

AC Milan have taken the first step in the race to sign Marco Asensio.

Corriere dello Sport report on Paolo Maldini calling on Carlo Ancelotti to get the green light to broker a deal worth just £30m, before his contract expires next year.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Juventus are all interested, but Milan would now have the advantage.

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RB Leipzig set Nkunku’s valuation

RB Leipzig will demand a £100million fee for Christopher Nkunku this summer amid interest from clubs across Europe.

Manchester United, PSG and Arsenal have all been linked with the 24-year-old Frenchman, who has scored 20 Bundesliga goals this season.

The Independent reports that United are unwilling to spend that much on Nkunku, although Arsenal and PSG are potentially considering doing so.

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