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Latest Football News and Transfer Gossips Across Europe Today (26/07/2019)

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Latest Football News and Transfer Gossips Across Europe Today (26/07/2019)

  • Liverpool are reportedly plotting a shock summer swoop for Burnley keeper Tom Heaton.
  • Willian has agreed a new one-year extension at Chelsea.
  • Lyon forward Moussa Dembele has emerged as a possible Manchester United target if Romelu Lukaku leaves the club.
  • Arsenal have paid around £15m in loan fees and wages to secure Dani Ceballos’ one-year loan from Real Madrid.
  • Newcastle manager Steve Bruce is preparing a £20m bid for Nice star Allan Saint-Maximin.
  • Aston Villa are on the verge of signing £12m Club Brugge midfielder Marvelous Nakamba as they close in on their 11th summer transfer.
  • Arsenal are set to lose academy star Xavier Amaechi on a permanent transfer to Germany with Bayern Munich eyeing up the youngster.
  • Southampton full-back Cedric Soares is wanted by Monaco.
  • Carlo Ancelotti believes Napoli are closing in on signing Manchester United target Nicolas Pepe.
  • Newcastle United are set to sign Chelsea academy youngster Kyle Scott.
  • The FA will send staff to watch Ademola Lookman at RB Leipzig on a regular basis to make sure England manager Gareth Southgate is kept updated on his progress.
  • Barcelona fear Juventus could beat them to PSG star Neymar and pair the Brazilian alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.
  • Everton want Wilfried Zaha and are willing to pay £60m plus Cenk Tosun but fear missing out to Chelsea.
  • Arsenal have reopened talks with Celtic over a £25m deal for Kieran Tierney.
  • Steven Gerrard has revealed Eros Grezda is close to leaving Rangers.

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