Transfer news LIVE: Chelsea want trio, Arsenal chase Douglas Luiz, Man United, Liverpool, Spurs latest

‘I hope Ronaldo stays’: United’s Casemiro tells friend to stay at Old Trafford

Manchester United have completed the signing of Antony from Ajax for €100m on their biggest transfer day yet. The Brazil international has signed a contract at Old Trafford until 2027 with an option for a further year and will follow Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez, Christian Eriksen and Casemiro through the door this summer. “This is an incredible moment in my career to join one of the most iconic clubs in the world,” said the 22-year-old.

Elsewhere, Manuel Akanji has completed his move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City on a five-year deal, while Leicester made their first outfield signing with the announcement of the arrival of Belgium international Wout Faes from Reims. He replaces Wesley Fofana who joined Chelsea for £70million on Wednesday.

Liverpool will loan Arthur from Juventus to ease their midfield injury woes, while Arsenal seek their own cover in that area of ​​the pitch, with Aston Villa’s Douglas Luiz the most likely target. Chelsea were the summer’s biggest donors, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang set to become their latest signing, with the former Arsenal captain moving to what is expected to be a two-year deal after just six months at Barcelona.

Follow the latest twists and turns on transfer deadline day below.


Blackburn boss Tomasson on Brereton-Diaz speculation

Blackburn manager Jon Dahl Tomasson told BBC Sport he hopes Ben Brereton-Diaz stays at the club beyond the 11pm deadline.

He said: “Ben (Brereton Diaz) has quality. He’s a great kid and works hard for the team. Hopefully he stays.”

Then he added: “If he doesn’t stay, we’ll need a lot of money.”

Diaz, 23, has entered the final year of his contract and has been linked with Fulham, Everton and West Ham.


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Fulham finalize Dan James deal

Fulham are also believed to be inching an agreement for Leeds winger Dan James to join Marco Silva’s men at Craven Cottage.

Final details are currently being discussed, with Leeds set to announce Marseille man Bamba Dienge as James’ replacement.

These signings are starting to come thick and fast.

James seems ready to swap Yorkshire for west London

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Forest confirms Boly’s signature

Steve Cooper prayed this morning for the transfer window to end, but he has now signed his 17th contract this summer.

Wolves centre-back Willy Boly has joined the club on deadline day, just four days after he failed to register for the Wanderers game against Newcastle.

Another new face arrives at the City Ground.


Vinicius wants to join Fulham

Former Tottenham striker Carlos Vinicius is set to join Fulham for a fee of £5million, according to 90Min.

Marco Silva’s men have been chasing both Dan James and Bamba Dieng but the Vinicius transfer appears to be the first they will get across the line.

He comes from Benfica – where he has barely played in the last three seasons due to loans at Spurs and PSV.

He scored ten goals in 22 games for Tottenham in the 2020/21 season.

Vinicius is preparing to return to the Premier League

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Chelsea agree on Aubameyang

Chelsea have reached an agreement to bring Barcelona striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to the club.

Fabrizio Romano said on Twitter: “Chelsea and Barcelona have now reached an agreement in principle for Pierre Aubameyang!

“14 million euros transfer fee plus Marcos Alonso for Barça included – details are now being finalized. Aubameyang is expected to fly to London in the coming hours once details are settled.”

Just six months after leaving Arsenal, Aubameyang returns to the Premier League.

Aubameyang will seal a return to London with Chelsea

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Balotelli is moving to FC Sion

Lateral thinker striker Mario Balotelli made a somewhat bizarre overnight move from Adana Demirspor to Swiss club FC Sion.

The Italy forward, 32, continues to enjoy one of the most unique careers you will see.


Watford ends Rose’s contract

Watford have mutually confirmed the termination of Danny Rose’s contract.

The Championship side tweeted: “Watford FC and Danny Rose have reached an agreement with both parties to mutually terminate the defender’s contract as their futures will go in different directions.

“We thank Danny for his service and wish him well in his next opportunity.”


Done deal! Leicester sign Belgian defender Wout Faes

Leicester have confirmed the transfer of Wout Faes from French club Reims.

The 24-year-old Belgium international has signed a five-year contract with the Foxes and will fill a gap in the squad left by the departure of Wesley Fofana who has joined Chelsea.

Speaking to LCFC TV, Faes said: “It’s an incredible feeling [to be here]; it has not yet sunk. This is the dream step in my career and I’m very happy to be here. I’m making progress year after year and I hope to continue doing the same here. All facilities and knowledge are here to help me to become even better. I will have to work hard but I will give 100 percent to help the team.”

Wout Faes, left, in action for Reims

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Zaha wants to stay at the Palace

Wilfried Zaha has been linked with both Chelsea and Arsenal over the past 24 hours and is believed to be on the Gunners’ list of potential targets.

However, Patrick Vieira dismissed suggestions Zaha could leave before the deadline after Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Brentford.

When asked if he had thought about Zaha’s departure, Vieira said: “I didn’t even put my mind to it, I didn’t even ask myself that question.

“I work with him every day and it never crosses my mind that something like this is going to happen. The only thing he shows is competitiveness on the pitch, which he does well for this football club he loves very much.

“Nothing comes from any other club. Wilfried plays his football, he enjoys his football and as a manager or chairman there is nothing of anyone.

“We’re in a time where a lot of things are in the papers and there’s no truth to that as far as Wilfried is concerned. That’s all I can tell you.”

Zaha is expected to remain at the Palace despite interest from several clubs

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