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Tuesday’s transfer rumours: Arnautovic, Braithwaite, Fofana, Zaha and more

All the transfer rumours from around Europe in one place

Welcome to 101′s daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Tuesday, August 9th.


Tottenham have agreed a deal to sign Udinese defender Destiny Udogie this summer [Various]

Spurs are keen on adding another forward to their side this summer, but their focus will switch to outgoings for now, with plenty of deadwood to clear [Sky Sports]

Issa Diop is on the verge of joining Fulham from West Ham in a £15m deal [Fabrizio Romano]

Chelsea are preparing a third bid for Leicester City centre-back Wesley Fofana [Caught Offside]

Antyalaspor have approached Arsenal over a loan move for goalkeeper Runar Alex Runarsson [London Evening Standard]

Manchester United have reached an agreement with Marko Arnautovic over personal terms, but still need to convince Bologna to sell the forward [Tancredi Palmeri]

However, Bologna’s president has revealed that the club ‘think he will stay’ with the Serie A side this summer [Fabrizio Romano]

Wilfried Zaha could leave Crystal Palace for £25-£30m amid rumoured Chelsea interest, but so far no bids have been forthcoming this summer [Caught Offside]

Adrien Rabiot wants to move to Manchester United as he believes that it is his best chance of making the 2022 World Cup squad, having missed out on the 2018 tournament [GetFrenchFootballNews]

Barcelona striker Martin Braithwaite is asking the club for his remaining two years salary in order to terminate his contract this summer [Sport]

Fee and transfer details: Tottenham strike ‘full agreement’ for Destiny Udogie

Manchester United sound out possible move for Lazio star Sergej Milinković-Savić


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