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Thursday’s transfer rumours- Pogba, Ronaldo, Wijnaldum, Antony and more

All the day’s rumours in one place

Welcome to 101′s round up of the transfer rumours for Thursday, July 28th.

Be sure to check back daily for more updates.

Gossip

Dwight McNeil is in the closing stages of completing a move from Burnley to Everton, for a fee of up to £20m [David Ornstein]

Everton have also approached PSG over a potential move for former player Idrissa Gana Gueye, who is surplus to requirements at the Parc des Princes [Fabrizio Romano]

Paul Pogba’s injury could be worse than first feared, amid fears that he could be out until 2023 and miss the World Cup as a result [Gazzetta Dello Sport]

Despite this, rumours that Juventus could be targeting Saul Niguez as a short term replacement are wide of the mark [Relevo]

Roma are looking to complete a deal for Gini Wijnaldum, 12 months on from his move to PSG [Fabrizio Romano]

Ajax boss Alfred Schreuder has revealed that no one in the club wants to sell Antony this summer, having already banked over 100m euros from player sales [Caught Offside]

Cristiano Ronaldo has told Manchester United that he wants to be freed of his current contract, which runs until next summer. However, the Red Devils are intent on keeping the 37-year-old this summer [Daily Mail]

Fikayo Tomori has confirmed that he is in talks with AC Milan over a new contract at San Siro this summer [Caught Offside]

Thomas Tuchel has blocked Timo Werner’s departure from the club at present, despite interest from RB Leipzig [Metro]

Benfica defender Alex Grimaldo has become an option for Manchester City should they be unable to land Marc Cucurella this summer [Marca]

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