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Alexander Isak, a 22-year-old striker from Sweden, is up for transfer to Newcastle United from Real Sociedad in a club-record deal. (Telegraph)
Raphinha, a forward for Leeds United and Brazil, will soon fly to Barcelona to finalize his transfer to the Nou Camp. Raphinha is 25 years old. (Athletic)
The La Liga club is ready to make a £49 million offer for Leeds’ skilled attacker, with the possibility of it increasing to £57 million. (Guardian)
Presnel Kimpembe, a 26-year-old French center back for Paris St. Germain, is a player Chelsea is interested in. (Telegraph)
After declaring his desire to quit Manchester United, Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, has offered his services to Paris Saint-Germain in an effort to team up with Argentine forward Lionel Messi, 35. (Le Parisien, via Express)
However, Paris Saint-Germain has decided not to sign Ronaldo because the club does not have enough room on their wage bill to accommodate his salary. (ESPN)
Striker Raul de Tomas, 27, of Espanyol and Spain, has also been added by Newcastle to their list of potential transfers. (Ekrem Konur)
Declan Rice, a midfielder for England, has a gentleman’s agreement with West Ham that allows him to stay for one more season before being free to depart. (Talksport)
An attempt has been made by Chelsea to sabotage Robert Lewandowski’s transfer from Bayern Munich to Barcelona, a 33-year-old striker from Poland. (Mirror)
In their effort to sign Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez, 24, from Argentina, Manchester United has surpassed Arsenal. (Goal)
Jorginho, an Italian midfielder who now has one year left on his Chelsea contract, has responded to rumors surrounding his future by saying he would “want to stay” at the Stamford Bridge club. (Athletic)
Barcelona is reportedly Cesar Azpilicueta’s top choice, but Chelsea has warned the 32-year-old player that they won’t allow him to leave until they have strengthened their defense. (Mail)
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