Transfer news LIVE: Cristiano Ronaldo last eyed as Chelsea Fofana, Aubameyang and Gordon

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

The transfer window is drawing on the last few days and hours as Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United is still unclear. His agent Jorge Mendes is reportedly working around the clock to find a suitor, with Napoli and Sporting CP the last options if the Portuguese seeks a Champions League return this season.

West Ham United continue to invest generously in 24-year-old Brazilian midfielder Lucas Paqueta, who comes from Lyon, while Chelsea will be hectic in the last few days as Wesley Fofana is set to join from Leicester and has ties to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Anthony Gordon. Manchester United aren’t done signing players either, with Ajax winger Antony set to join for £85m. PSV’s Cody Gakpo was also a target.

And Arsenal appear active to capitalize on their good start with Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans and Wolves striker Pedro Neto. Follow the latest news, rumors and closed deals below.


Antony: Manchester United have agreed a £85m transfer fee for the Brazilian striker with Ajax

Manchester United are on the verge of signing Brazilian striker Antony after agreeing a transfer fee for the 22-year-old with Ajax.

The PA news agency understand United have agreed to pay a fixed fee of €95m (£80.6m) with a further €5m (£4.2m) in potential surcharges.

Antony is the second player to follow Dutch champions manager Erik ten Hag to Old Trafford, after defender Lisandro Martinez.


BREAKING: Scott Parker has been sacked by Bournemouth after just four games in the Premier League season

Scott Parker has been sacked by Bournemouth after just four games into the new Premier League season.

Parker guided Bournemouth to automatic promotion from the Championship last season but will become the first management casualty of the new campaign.

After opening the new top season with a home win over Aston Villa, Parker’s side were badly beaten by Manchester City and Arsenal.


Willian faces Fulham move

Brazil midfielder Willian looks set to return to the Premier League with Fulham, BBC Sport reports.

The former Chelsea and Arsenal has left Corinthians in Brazil after the 34-year-old’s contract was terminated.

The Whites will now have Willian undergo a medical without time constraints before the deadline as the player is untied.


Graham Potter not surprised by transfer interest in Brighton’s Moises Caicedo

Brighton manager Graham Potter said it was no surprise that Moises Caicedo was attracting interest from the Premier League’s top clubs.

Ecuador midfielder Caicedo has been linked with Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal but Potter is confident he will remain at the south coast beyond Thursday’s transfer deadline.

Potter, whose side are looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season at Fulham on Tuesday night, told a press conference: “Well I’m not surprised people are looking at him because he’s playing at a fantastic level.


Callum Hudson-Odoi has signed a loan deal from Bayer Leverkusen

Callum Hudson-Odoi has traveled to Germany to complete a year-long loan move to Bayer Leverkusen.

The 21-year-old has agreed to a move to the Bundesliga and Chelsea are delighted to see the England striker make a temporary move.

Chelsea were determined to keep Hudson-Odoi for the long term and the Blues bosses were hoping the talented attacker can find his full edge and form at Leverkusen.


Chelsea are negotiating the loan of Hakim Ziyech to Ajax and considering a move for Wilfried Zaha

Chelsea are negotiating a loan for Hakim Ziyech with Ajax, with the London club set to pay a significant part of his salary.

The Dutch champions are set to confirm Antony’s €100m departure to Manchester United after a summer of significant spending, so they need to step up their attack. Ziyech’s return to Ajax is an obvious choice as the Moroccan star has fallen out of favor with Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea.

Despite appearing ready for a permanent move to AC Milan, the Italian champions didn’t match Chelsea’s rating or the playmaker’s salary. It’s an issue that could be solved by a move on loan, with the London club set to continue paying part of Ziyech’s salary when he returns to Ajax.


West Ham break transfer record after signing Brazilian midfielder Lucas Paqueta

West Ham have broken their transfer record after signing Brazil international Lucas Paqueta from Lyon.

The 25-year-old will become the Hammers’ eighth signing this summer, signing a contract until 2027 with a one-year option.

Boss David Moyes is hoping the ex-AC Milan midfielder can help his side find the net more consistently after West Ham have only scored once in their first four Premier League games.


Cristiano Ronaldo is pushing for a loan to Napoli or Sporting

Jorge Mendes is making a last-ditch effort to bring Cristiano Ronaldo to regular Champions League football, with a loan option to Napoli or Sporting now among the few options left.

The Portuguese ‘super agent’ was in talks with Manchester United’s hierarchy at the weekend to try and ‘unlock’ the situation, although a key issue remains how few takers there are for the 37-year-old.

Mendes has been in touch with both Napoli and Ronaldo’s first club, Sporting, in recent days as both appear amenable to a deal. Any move would likely be a loan to see the remainder of Ronaldo’s two-year contract at Old Trafford, with United paying part of the salary. The Portuguese’s salary level – reportedly in excess of £500,000 a week – has been one of the biggest obstacles to a move this summer, with most top clubs feeling his influence is no longer worth the money. Transfer news LIVE: Cristiano Ronaldo last eyed as Chelsea Fofana, Aubameyang and Gordon

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