Transfer Update On Wesley Fofana, Cristiano Ronaldo, Antony, Roberto Firmino, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Others

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Transfer Update On Wesley Fofana, Cristiano Ronaldo, Antony, Roberto Firmino, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, And Others
Transfer Update On Wesley Fofana.

Wesley Fofana, a French center-back for Leicester City who is 21 years old, will join Chelsea; the reported transfer fee is £70 million. (The Athletic )

In place of Chelsea target Fofana, Leicester is eyeing a loan transfer for defender Manuel Akanji, 27, of Borussia Dortmund and Switzerland. (Mail)

Jorge Mendes, Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent, has spoken with Napoli about the 37-year-old forward for Manchester United and Portugal. (Sky Sports)

After Ajax rejected their third offer of £76 million for the uneasy 22-year-old Brazilian forward, Manchester United is considering ending their long-running chase of Antony. (Telegraph)

Brazilian attacker Roberto Firmino, 30, of Liverpool may be available in exchange for Leandro Paredes, 28, of Argentina and Paris St. Germain. (Calciomercato – in Italian)

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Arsen Zakharyan, a 19-year-old midfielder for Dynamo Moscow, is about to join Chelsea. (Mail)

English defender Michael Keane, 29, has been approached by Nottingham Forest to join them on loan. (Football Insider)

After having their first two offers for the 24-year-old Brazil international turned down by Lyon, West Ham and the French club have reached an agreement to sign midfielder Lucas Paqueta. (Sky Sports)

Chilean forward Ben Brereton Diaz, who is a target for Everton, has received a bid from Celta Vigo. (Football Insider)

Transfer Update On Wesley Fofana, Cristiano Ronaldo, Antony, Roberto Firmino, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, And Others

Denmark and the Celts Matt O’Riley, a 21-year-old under-21 midfielder, is being watched by Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester United. (ESPN)

All of these players need new jobs and a new salary very soon. These are all the news and Transfer Updates brought to you by FUTBALLNEWS.

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