GOSSIP COLUMN: Brighton confident Chelsea target Moises Caicedo is going nowhere as Tottenham take Micky van de Ven hit and Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui could walk away
- Brighton are bullish Caicedo’s £105m price tag means he’ll stay there
- Brentford are expected to reject Arsenal’s initial £23m offer for David Raya
- Premier League transfer window: club-by-club list of all summer moves
With just a week to go before the new Premier League season kicks off, with reigning champions Manchester City making the trip to promoted Burnley on August 11.
But the clubs will have until September 1 to reinforce their squads in the summer transfer market.
Most top-tier clubs still need reinforcements, Manchester United are preparing to introduce new £72m striker Rasmus Hojlund ahead of Saturday’s friendly with Lens and James Maddison is optimistic Harry Kane will remain. at Tottenham.
With several offerings this summer depending on one another, it’s shaping up to be a very intriguing window-closing.
Below, mail sport Check out the latest Friday news and gossip.
Manchester United hope to introduce new £72m striker Rasmus Hojlund this weekend
Brighton expect Moises Caicedo to stick around as they place an asking price of £105m on the Chelsea target (sky sports).
Wolfsburg await their £43m valuation of Tottenham target Micky Van de Ven as talks continue over the Netherlands Under 21 star (Mail Sport).
Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui could retire just days before the new season over transfer concerns (daily mirror).
Aston Villa’s Lucas Digne is the latest player to attract interest from Saudi Arabia and Al-Hilal is going ahead with plans to sign him (Mail Sport).
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is considering an offer from Besiktas after his contract with Liverpool ran out (bbc sport).
Arsenal are set to offer £20m plus £3m in add-ons for Brentford goalkeeper David Raya and will be turned down out of hand (Mail Sport).
Juventus have identified Álvaro Morata as an alternative to Romelu Lukaku with the striker potentially set for a third spell there (calciomercato).
Brighton confident Moises Caicedo’s £105m price tag will deter Chelsea and others
Wolfsburg stick to their £43m asking price for Tottenham target Micky van de Ven
Galatasaray have turned their attention to Tottenham’s Tanguy Ndombele after failing to agree a deal with Manchester United for Fred (Mail Sport).
Joao Cancelo has agreed personal terms with Barcelona ahead of a potential move from Manchester City (Fabrizio Romano).
West Ham and Nottingham Forest are interested in PSG striker Hugo Ekitike as the Parisians close in on a £69m deal Goncalo Ramos (RMC Sport).