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Friday’s transfer rumours: Martial, Wijnaldum, Kounde, Dennis and more

All of today’s rumours, in one place.

Welcome to 101′s daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Friday, July 22nd.


PSG are preparing to loan out Georginio Wijnaldum this summer, just 12 months after he joined the club on a free transfer [Fabrizio Romano]

Bournemouth are in advanced talks to sign Middlesbrough attacker Marcus Tavernier [Football Insider]

Barcelona have now activated their second lever, which could allow them to sign Jules Kounde from under Chelsea’s noses this summer [FC Barcelona]

This deal means that an additional 400m euros have been injected into the club coffers [Marca]

Kounde U-turned on his decision not to go on tour with current side Sevilla, handing further hope to the Blaugrana as they look to tie up the deal amid significant pressure from Chelsea [The Sun]

David Raum is set to join RB Leipzig from Hoffenheim in the coming days, for a fee of around 35m euros [Sky Sports Germany]

Brighton are look to make an audacious swoop for free agent Florian Grillitsch this summer [Fabrizio Romano]

AC Milan and Tottenham have held discussions over a potential double deal that would see Japhet Tanganga and Pape Sarr join the Italian side this summer [Fabrizio Romano]

Chelsea have enquired about the availbility of Newcastle forward Alan Saint-Maximin this summer, but were put off by the £40m price-tag [The Athletic]

Nottingham Forest are exploring a potential £25m deal for Watford striker Emmanuel Dennis this summer [Daily Mail]

Erik ten Hag has told the media that signing a new forward this summer is vital to his plans going forwards [Daily Mail]

Read more:

How Barcelona have convinced Jules Kounde to stall on Chelsea switch

Mikael Silvestre comments on Arsenal transfer links amid further midfield interest


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Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.

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