Transfer the news LIVE! Man United want Mount; exit Pogba; Bowen to Liverpool; Chelsea FC talks; Arsenal, Spurs latest

We are only a few days away from the opening of the transfer window and the clubs are wasting no time preparing the summer offers.

Manchester United appear to have missed out on Frenkie de Jong but turning to a needy Mason Mount now would be a bold move.

Chelsea, meanwhile, are free to re-sign players and could capitalize on Barcelona’s interest in Marcos Alonso and Cesar Azpilicueta by signing Sergino Dest.

Arsenal are also yet to move, but Youri Tielemans remains interesting as the Leicester player enters the final year of his contract with Leicester, while Tottenham – who have announced the arrival of Ivan Perisic – are currently working on other agreements, with Alessandro Bastoni and Djed. Spending targets.

West Ham are closing in on a deal to sign Rennes defender Nayef Aguerd.

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Spurs need to make Kane an offer he can’t refuse

The arrival of Ivan Perisic should kick off a pivotal summer at Tottenham, but the most important signing the club could make this off-season is still Harry Kane.

Unlike this time last year, there is no question of Kane leaving Spurs, a reflection of their impressive progress under Antonio Conte and a new sense of ambition at the club (as well as a lack of suitors obvious).

Kane is entering the final two years of his contract but, as Standard Sport reported last week, he is believed to be open to talks over a new deal – provided Conte is backed and Spurs look set to win the trophies he dreams of.

Read more: Tottenham must make Harry Kane an offer he can’t refuse despite Sadio Mane and Liverpool warning


New deal for Goldson

Fantastic news for Rangers.


Liverpool Bowen’s Monitor

West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen is on a list of possible targets for Liverpool, report The Athletic.

With Sadio Mane likely to leave this summer, England’s latest call-up is of interest to Merseyside.

It is deeply unlikely that West Ham will even enter into talks.


Pogba leaves United

Paul Pogba has officially left Manchester United on a free transfer for the second time.


Lukaku accepts terms of return to Inter

An interesting update from Gazzetta dello Sport as Romelu Lukaku reportedly agreed to personal terms for a return to the club.

Chelsea are keen to offload the striker this summer, and the player is also keen, but it’s up to the two clubs to find an agreement between them.

As previously reported, Chelsea won’t be willing to make a huge loss on the player but a loan-to-buy could be an option if Inter can’t afford a big sum this summer.


De Jong to United last

Manchester United remain locked in talks with Barcelona over a move for Frenkie de Jong, but the player is unconvinced, reports Fabrizio Romano.

The lack of Champions League football on offer at Old Trafford is a real sticking point, but Erik ten Hag is urging United not to give up.

The proposed fee is €85m (£72m).

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The race heats up for Saliba

William Saliba has no desire to return to Arsenal as four clubs line up for his signature, according to reports in France.

The defender has been under contract for three years with the Gunners but has never played a competitive game, being sent on a series of loan spells.

Saliba was recently named Ligue 1 Young Player of the Year after a fine stint with Marseille and now Get French Football News reports that Atletico Madrid, Leicester City, Napoli and Newcastle United have all enquired.


Newcastle for Isco

Newcastle United are preparing a decision to sign Isco on a free transfer, according to reports.

Isco left Madrid after his contract expired after nearly a decade at the club, making 353 appearances and posting 53 goals and 56 assists.

Spanish outlet Fichajes reports that Newcastle are sniffing out a bargain, with La Liga sides Real Betis and Sevilla.


Gallagher focused on England

Conor Gallagher insists he is fully focused on the upcoming Nations League games in England and not his future at Chelsea.

Gallagher spent last season on loan at Crystal Palace and excelled for the Eagles as he also made his senior debut for England.

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has confirmed the club would like to keep the midfielder, most likely on loan for another season, and Gallagher is expected to hold talks with Chelsea over his future.

“I haven’t really had time to think about it to be honest,” Gallagher told BBC Radio 5 Live when asked about his future. “The long season at Palace has just ended and I came here with England.

“That’s all I think about, the next four games here. I want to do well. I haven’t really thought about it.”

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