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Monday transfer roundup: What you missed including Scamacca, Ronaldo, Kounde and more

Everything you may have missed from the day’s news

Welcome to 101′s round-up of all the transfer news you may have missed on Monday 25th July.

What you missed

West Ham are on the verge of completing a deal for Sassuolo striker Gianluca Scamacca, with the Italian forward having flown to London for a medical ahead of his proposed move. It will set the Hammers back 36m euros plus a future sell-on percentage. [Fabrizio Romano]

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is considered to be the backup to Frenkie de Jong by those at Manchester United [Sky Sports Germany]

Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to England on Monday evening to hold crunch talks with Erik ten Hag, though when he will return to training remains unclear [David Ornstein]

Barcelona are now confident that they will beat Chelsea to Sevilla defender Jules Kounde, with the Blues now thought to be targeting other options [Fabrizio Romano]

Chelsea tried to hijack Nordi Mukiele’s move to PSG by offering RB Leipzig Timo Werner, but to no avail [Fabrizio Romano]

Nottingham Forest are on the verge of their twelfth summer signing, having agreed a 15m euro deal for Orel Mangala from Stuttgart [David Ornstein]

Fulham have confirmed the signing of Manor Solomon from Shakhtar Donetsk on a one year loan deal [Fulham FC]

Southampton have confirmed the signing of young striker Sekou Mara from Bordeaux on a four year deal [Southampton FC]

Arsenal are closing in on their first departure of the summer, having agreed to drop their price on goalkeeper Bernd Leno to £8m amid interest from Fulham [Various]

Ben Davies has signed a one-year extension on his Tottenham deal, with his deal now set to expire in 2025 [Tottenham Hotspur FC]

Newcastle have turned their attentions to Julian Draxler as they look to bolster their attack this summer [Le10Sport]

Meanwhile, Emile Krafth has signed a new deal at St James’ Park, keeping him at the club until 2024 [Newcastle United]

Manchester United could be willing to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave on loan this summer, provided that he extends his current deal at the club which runs out in 2023 [The Sun]


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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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