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Monday’s transfer rumours: Vardy, Ronaldo, Gordon, Wan-Bissaka, Silva and more

All the gossip from around World Football.


Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Monday, August 15th.

Gossip

Manchester United are willing to cash in on James Garner this summer, and will listen to offers of £14m+ amid interest from Tottenham and Nottingham Forest [The Athletic]

Barcelona are looking at improving at right back, and could target either Aaron Wan-Bissaka or Diogo Dalot before the end of the summer [Fabrizio Romano]

Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag is now willing to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave, but only if they add another forward to their ranks this summer [The Athletic]

However, Manchester United have denied rumours that Ronaldo may have his contract terminated [Sky Sports]

The Red Devils are considering a move for Jamie Vardy, but Leicester City are reluctant to sell their veteran forward [The Athletic]

Eric Bailly is in talks with several clubs over a loan move, including West Ham and Marseille [The Athletic]

Steven Gerrard has been warned that Diego Carlos could be out for the remainder of the year through injury, potentially forcing Aston Villa back into the transfer market [Mirror]

Chelsea have seen a £43m offer for Everton winger Anthony Gordon turned down, but could yet return with another [Various]

Everton value 21-year-old Gordon at £50m [CBS Sports]

Barcelona are demanding £23m for Aubameyang after turning down Chelsea’s initial £14m bid [Metro]

Aubameyang, meanwhile, wants to stay and fight for his place at the Camp Nou [Mundo Deportivo]

Leicester City are willing to let Youri Tielemans leave on a free next summer if a suitable bid doesn’t arrive this summer, rather than sell him on the cheap [The Times]

Manchester City are continuing to stand firm on any deal for Bernardo Silva amid Barcelona interest [The Athletic]

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