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Arsenal To Fulfill Manuel Locatellis Price Tag Plus The Latest Liverpool And Manchester United Rumours Live

The transfer window is alive and well as we shift away from Euro 2020 and international football and back to club football. Manuel Locatelli helped Italy win Euro 2020 (AP).
Some of the notable performances from this summer’s tournament may have been enough to secure a move, such as Manuel Locatelli, who is set to join Sassuolo, with Juventus and Arsenal also interested.
And there have already been some notable additions, including as Crystal Palace’s PS18 million acquisition of Chelsea’s Marc Guehi.
While Lionel Messi has purportedly signed to a new five-year contract with Barcelona, which will reportedly see the captain take a significant wage reduction due to the club’s financial difficulties,
Antoine Griezmann, a Barcelona teammate, appears to be on his way out of the Nou Camp, with the Blaugrana reportedly eager to move him back to Atletico Madrid in exchange for Saul Niguez.
There have also been rumors that the France international could be loaned out to Chelsea, although a return to Atletico looks far more likely at this moment.
Meanwhile, Jadon Sancho’s long-awaited move to Manchester United might be finalised at any time, with the talented England winger having completed his physical just a few days ago, and Three Lions teammate Kieran Trippier’s favoured destination appears to be the Old Trafford club.
The Atletico Madrid defender is apparently eager to return to the Premier League.
In other news, according to The Telegraph, Leicester are hopeful of retaining midfielder Youri Tielemans, while the Daily Mirror claims Tammy Abraham might be used by Chelsea to enhance a trade deal for Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland.
Meanwhile, Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has signed a five-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain as the tournament’s player of the tournament.
From AC Milan, he joins the French side.
Underneath you’ll find the most up-to-date transfer news, rumours, and gossip.

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