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Lille president Gerard Lopez confirms that 24-year-old Ivorian winger Nicolas Pepe will be sold to Arsenal for 80m euros (£73m).
Arsenal have made a bid to loan 25-year-old Juventus and Italy defender Daniele Rugani for two seasons.
Captain Laurent Koscielny, 33, remains determined to leave Arsenal this summer despite ongoing talks between the club and defender.
Rennes have reignited their interest in wantaway Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny, Sky Sports News understands.
Arsenal are prepared to let German defender Shkodran Mustafi leave this summer, but Roma are yet to make a bid for him despite being linked with the 27-year-old.
Manchester United are still considering their options over a move for Paulo Dybala, with the Argentina forward, 25, due back at Juventus to discuss his future this week.
(Manchester Evening News)
Dybala has told United the club need to offer him a contract worth £350,000 per week if he is to join them.
Napoli are set to bid £60m for Crystal Palace's Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha after losing out on Pepe.
Barcelona want to sell Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho, but are concerned they have not received any offers for the 27-year-old.
Everton are working on a deal to bring Mainz and Ivory Coast midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin, 23, to Goodison Park.
Bayern Munich have now submitted a formal bid for Sane and presented personal terms to the player.
Zenit St Petersburg are set to announce the signing of Barcelona winger Malcolm, 22, after the two clubs agreed a fee in the region of £36.5m plus add-ons for the Brazilian.
Manchester United are ready to rival Barcelona for Marseille's 17-year-old French forward Isaac Lihadji this summer.
Manchester United have reached an agreement with Monaco over a potential £9m deal for 16-year-old midfielder Hannibal Mejbri.
Aston Villa's pursuit of Brentford's 22-year-old French striker Neal Maupay has been boosted after Sheffield United looked elsewhere.
Everton are among a number of clubs keen on signing Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori, 21, on loan.
(London Evening Standard)
Sunderland will allow midfielder and captain George Honeyman, 24, to join Hull City instead of losing the academy graduate on a free transfer next summer.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard confirms a move for Liverpool winger Ryan Kent, 22, is dead and they cannot afford a permanent transfer.
Danny Drinkwater looks set to stay at Chelsea this season as the 29-year-old midfielder is yet to receive any concrete offers to move elsewhere.
(London Evening Standard)
England goalkeeper Tom Heaton has completed his move to Aston Villa from Burnley
Leicester City have agreed a deal to sell central defender Elliott Moore, 22, to Oxford United.
Steve Bruce wants to award new contracts to Newcastle quartet Jonjo Shelvey, Matt Ritchie, Isaac Hayden and Martin Dubravka.
Argentina have put Lionel Scaloni in permanent charge of the national team for the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Britain's richest man, has been given the green light to complete his takeover of OGC Nice, according to reports in France.
Liverpool youngster Harvey Elliott has apologised over a video in which he appeared to mock Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Tottenham lifted the Audi Cup after beating Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich on penalties following a 2-2 draw at the Allianz Arena.
Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks has been ruled out for two to three months after suffering an ankle injury.
Three Liverpool players but none from Manchester City have been nominated for the FIFA Best Player of the Year award.
A winding-up petition issued against Bury over an unpaid tax bill has been dismissed by the High Court.
Spanish football is in danger of not being on British TV this season after La Liga failed to sell UK broadcast rights.
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