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Monday’s transfer rumours: De Jong, Rabiot, Fofana, Brozovic, Alonso and more

All the gossip from around the world

Welcome to 101′s daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Monday, August 8th.


Manchester United are working on a deal to sign French midfielder Adrien Rabiot, who has one year left on his Juventus contract [David Ornstein]

Marcos Alonso will be a new Barcelona player this week, with a final fee set at less than 10m euros [Fabrizio Romano]

Valencia midfielder Goncalo Guedes is having a medical at Wolves ahead of his move to Molineux this summer [Sky Sports]

Everton are set to announce the double signing of Amadou Onana and Wolves defender Conor Coady this week, with the centre-back joining on a loan deal [The Times]

Paris Saint Germain are on the verge of signing Fabian Ruiz from Napoli, despite brief Manchester United interest [Fabrizio Romano]

Chelsea and Manchester United are the only two clubs looking to fight it out for Frenkie de Jong at present [CBS Sports]

Barcelona president Joan Laporta continues to tell the media that the player is someone that ‘we want to stay’. however. [TV3]

Leicester City defender Wesley Fofana walked straight down the tunnel at full time of Leicester’s Premier League opener amid speculation about a potential move to Chelsea [The Athletic]

Villareal are increasingly confident of landing Tottenham midfielder Giovanni Lo Celso on a permanent deal this summer, with a new round of talks scheduled for this week [Fabrizio Romano]

Liverpool are attempting an audacious move for Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, which would see one of Roberto Firmino or Naby Keita head the other way [CalcioMercato]

Nottingham Forest have agreed a £9m deal to sign Alex Moreno from Real Betis [Telegraph Sport]

Thomas Tuchel hints at Fofana interest with comments on Chelsea’s need for defensive reinforcements

Barcelona chief provides fresh update on Man United target De Jong’s future


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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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