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Thursday’s transfer rumours: Ramos, Ziyech, Nunes, Aubameyang and more

All the rumours from around World Football

Welcome to 101GreatGoal’s daily transfer round-up for August 11th.


Newcastle are preparing a move for Benfica striker Goncalo Ramos [Fabrizio Romano]

Liverpool have pulled out of the race to sign Matheus Nunes from Sporting, leaving Wolves with a free run at the midfielder [Daily Mail]

Christopher Nkunku could become an option for Bayern Munich next summer. The Frenchman opted to stay at RB Leipzign this summer so as to better assure his world cup spot for November. [Get German Football News]

Thomas Tuchel is pushing for new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer []

Everton are targeting RB Salzburg Mohamed Camara after failing to agree personal terms with Idrissa Gueye this summer [Daily Mail]

Chelsea forward Hakim Ziyech is growing frustrated with AC Milan as they continue to stall over a move for the Moroccan, and will now consider other options this summer [CalcioMercato]

Chelsea are also preparing a new bid for Inter Milan teenager Cesare Casadei [Fabrizio Romano]

Despite interest from Manchester United and Arsenal, only Nottingham Forest have submitted a bid for PSV forward Cody Gakpo this summer [Voetbal]

Gakpo will not be allowed to leave the club until at least August 25th, after his side’s Champions League qualifiers against Rangers [Daily Record]

Arsenal are interested in Villareal winger Jeremey Pino, and the Spanish side could accept an offer as low as £38m as they face financial issues []

Florentino Perez has confirmed that Real Madrid will make no more signings this summer after their super cup win [Fabrizio Romano]

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