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Tuesday’s transfer rumours: Neto, Pino, Gordon, Antony and more

All the rumours from around world football

Welcome to 101 Great Goals’ round up of the transfer stories for Tuesday 23rd August.


Chelsea are willing to offer up to £60m for Everton forward Anthony Gordon [Sky Sports]

PSV have identified AZ Alkmaar’s Jesper Klassen as a potential replacement should Cody Gakpo leave for Manchester United this summer [Voetbal]

Bayern Munich will not be making a late move for Frenkie de Jong despite reported interest [Sky Sports Germany]

Eric Bailly is set to join Marseille on an initial loan move with an option to buy the defender next summer [Fabrizio Romano]

Pedro Neto’s price tag is a major stumbling block for Arsenal, with the Gunners willing to pay £35m but Wolves holding out for £50m [The Sun]

Manchester United have readied a 94m euro offer for Ajax winger Antony [Globo]

They have also begun talks for Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp over a potential summer move [Bild]

Chelsea have enquired about FC Porto winger Pepe but were rebuffed with a warning of 70m euros [Record]

Inter Milan are waiting to see if Chelsea are willing to let Trevoh Chalobah on loan this summer [Gianluca Di Marzio]

Newcastle remain interested in Lucas Paqueta, and view him as a plan B to Leicester City midfielder James Maddison, who they have had two bids turned down for [GetFrenchFootballNews]

There will be further talks between Chelsea and Barcelona over Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the coming days, with confidence that a deal could get done [Fabrizio Romano]

Hakim Ziyech’s return to Ajax is not entirely reliant on Antony’s departure, but any deal depends on Chelsea [Express]

Agent of Ajax star Antony drops Man United hint during Liverpool clash

James Milner makes van Dijk frustrations clear as Liverpool star slated after Man United opener


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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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