According to reports in the press, Arsenal has joined the list of clubs interested in Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham.
According to the Telegraph, Chelsea have already made the 23-year-old available to Inter Milan, Tottenham Hotspur, and Borussia Dortmund, with Arsenal keen to start negotiations over Abrahams’ status.
But, Abraham’s PS40 million price tag could be a stumbling block, with the Gunners likely to have to sell players to even come close.
Tottenham’s pursuit of Danny Ings has hit a snag, according to the Evening Standard, with Southampton reportedly refusing to work with the north London club.
Spurs are thought to see Ings as an ideal partner for Harry Kane, but Southampton are said to be wary of dealing with Tottenham following a terrible experience last summer when negotiating the transfer of Pierre-Emilie Hojbjergs.
According to The Sun, Brentford is preparing a club-record PS13.5 million bid for Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer.
Both teams are said to have agreed on a fee and payment plan, with the Bees hoping that the 23-year-old’s addition will assist bolster their defensive options for their first Premier League season.
Everton are likely to sign Sunderland striker Francis Okoronkwo, 16, in a move of up to PS1 million, according to the Daily Mail.
Once the Premier League approves the agreement, he is anticipated to join the club’s academy.
Players to watch on social media Mohamed Salah: According to Fichajes, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti is pressuring club officials to get the Liverpool attacker if they are unable to sign Kylian Mbappe this summer.
Inter Milan, Roma, and Napoli are all interested in Chelsea defender Emerson Palmieri, according to Calciomercato.