Sunday’s transfer rumours: De Jong, Gallagher, Aubameyang, Caicedo and more

All the gossip from around World Football.

Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for Sunday, August 14th.


Napoli are confident of adding both Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele and Napoli goalkeeper Keylor Navas to their ranks this week [Fabrizio Romano]

Nottingham Forest have completed the signings of Emmanuel Dennis from Watford and Cheikhou Kouyate on a free transfer [Nottingham Forest]

Nottingham Forest have also agreed a deal to sign Brighton striker Neal Maupay for around £15m [The Athletic]

Forest are also interested in signing Djribl Sow, having submitted a 20m euro bid for the Swiss midfielder to Eintracht Frankfurt [Sport 1]

Arsenal and Manchester United are both interested in signing Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo [The Express]

Manchester United and Rabiot are both confident that a deal for the Frenchman will get completed following productive talks over personal terms [Fabrizio Romano]

Manchester United have warned PSG that Marcus Rashford is not for sale this summer amid interest from the French side [Mail]

But PSG are willing to offer the Englishman a long-term deal to partner Kylian Mbappe at striker [The Times]

Newcastle have made Conor Gallagher their main target for the remainder of the transfer window after missing out on James Maddison [The Sun]

Chelsea are readying a 25m euro offer for Barcelona’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang []

Frenkie de Jong has already admitted to his Barcelona teammates that he could join Manchester United this summer []

However, the Dutchman is still holding out for an ideal move to Chelsea if he is forced to leave [Telegraph]

Giovani Lo Celso has returned to Spain to complete a loan-to-buy move to Villareal from Tottenham this summer [Fabrizio Romano]

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