Arsenal will meet Gabriel Jesus' representatives in the summer, and Liverpool is set to strike their second summer deal

Arsenal will meet Gabriel Jesus' representatives in the summer, and Liverpool is set to strike their ...

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After Benfica sent an 85 million price-tag to the 22-year-old Uruguay international, Liverpool will have to break their transfer record on signing Darwin Nunez this summer. [The Times]

Liverpool are coming up close to signing Calvin Ramsay, and it is reported that the player will sign for Anfield by the end of this week [The Record].

Arsenal is preparing for ongoing discussions with Manchester City''s Gabriel Jesus, with the Gunners set to meet them this week for a definitive answer on their client''s future [Calciomercato].

Matt Targett is one of the players who accompanied Newcastle United to victory this season''s relegation victory, and the Magpies are set to sign the Aston Villa defender in a 12 million permanent contract [The Daily Mail].

Takumi Minamino has been re-described by Liverpool for 17 million, according to Leeds United, who now has a fan in the Wolverhampton Wanderers [BBC Sport].

Despite previous speculation, Alvaro Morata is set to pursue a summer transfer to Barcelona [Tuttomercatoweb].

In the beginning of this week, West Ham United slammed scouts to execute the rule over Joakim Maehle in the Danish Nations League over Austria [The Daily Star].

Alexandre Lacazette is set to re-sign for former Lyon after being relegated this summer by Arsenal, after undergone a treatment with the Ligue 1 outfit [RMC Sport].


After turning to Islam, Thomas Partey will retain the name Yakubu, but the Arsenal midfielder will not be affected by his birth name in football-related situations [The Evening Standard].

Mohamed Salah, who has been voted Standard Chartereds Liverpool Player of the Season for the 2021-22 campaign, continues to win the individual awards [Liverpool official website].

Gary Lineker praises Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane after the player scored his 50th goal for England earlier this week, trailing three behind Wayne Rooney in pursuit of his all-time high [Twitter].

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