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Thursday’s transfer rumours: Fofana, Onana, Neves, De Jong and more

All the gossip from around the world in one place.

Welcome to 101′s daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Thursday, August 4th.


Chelsea have seen a £60m offer for Wesley Fofana turned down, with Leicester City maintaining that the French defender is not for sale [Fabrizio Romano]

Everton have gazumped West Ham’s bid for Lille midfielder Amadou Onana, with the player preferring a move to Goodison Park this summer. The Toffes have offered 40 euros. [Sacha Tavolieri]

Chelsea have opened talks about a shock move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer, with Tuchel having worked with the player at Borussia Dortmund [Fabrizio Romano]

Bournemouth have agreed a deal with Barcelona for second-choice goalkeeper Norberto Neto [Fabrizio Romano]

The agent of new AC Milan signing Charles de Ketelaere has revealed that Barcelona had been tracked his client, but that ‘it was not the right step’ to head to Spain [Voetball]

Chelsea have opened talks with Barcelona about a potential move for Frenkie de Jong [The Athletic]

Ruben Neves is primed to stay at Wolves this summer, and could even sign a new contract at Molineux [The Daily Mail]

Cesar Azpilicueta is now likely to stay at Chelsea after the Blues told him that they do not want to lose his experience. He has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona this summer [The Times]

Several Championship and League One sides are interested in taking Manchester United starlet Charlie Savage on loan this summer [The Daily Mail]

Wolves have turned down another bid from Nottingham Forest for midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White [The Athletic]

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