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Monday’s transfer rumours: Tielemans, Antony, De Jong, Neto and more

All the rumours from around world football

Welcome to 101 Great Goals’ round up of the transfer stories for Monday 22nd August.


Arsenal are exploring a deal for Wolves forward Pedro Neto this summer, but Wolves are not keen to part ways with the winger [David Ornstein]

The Gunners are also ramping their interest back up in Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans [Sacha Tavolieri]

The midfielder’s transfer stance is ‘open’ after being dropped to the bench in Leicester’s 2-1 defeat to Southampton [Fabrizio Romano]

Ismaila Sarr’s proposed move to Aston Villa has collapsed over personal terms, with Sarr now likely to stay this summer [Sky Sports]

Hakim Ziyech is keen on a potential return to Ajax if Manchester United sign Antony [Gerjan Hamstelaar]

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Lazio are also keen on Reguilon, and could offer a loan with an option to buy the player, though his wages could prove a stumbling block to any deal [La Lazio]

Chelsea are preparing another offer for Leicester City defender Wesley Fofana before the two sides meet next weekend. [The Telegraph]

Leeds United have rejected a second bid from Newcastle for forward Jack Harrison [The Athletic]

Antony will push for a move to Manchester United before the end of the transfer window []

The Red Devils are also readying one final push for Frenkie de Jong despite signing Casemiro [Express]

Jurgen Klopp has warned that midfielder Naby Keita is not for sale this summer, despite having just 12 months left on his Anfield contract [Mirror]

West Ham are looking to complete a deal for Chelsea full-back Emerson Palmieri this week after resuming talks [Fabrizio Romano]

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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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