Transfer news LIVE: Deadline set for Frenkie de Jong as Chelsea and Brighton agree Marc Cucurella transfer


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The new Premier League season begins tonight when Arsenal travel to Crystal Palace – but the transfer deal is far from over, with several clubs hoping to finalize deals ahead of the weekend games. Chief among them is Chelsea, who are currently in the running for at least three players, while their deals with Barcelona could shape much of the rest of the window in England and across Europe.

Frenkie de Jong has set a deadline by which he must decide whether or not to accept a Camp Nou exit. Chelsea and Manchester United are both hoping he will sign for them, while Bernardo Silva could be the replacement for him should a deal be struck with Man City. Marcos Alonso could join Catalunya from Stamford Bridge but Cesar Azpilicueta won’t do so after signing a new contract with the Blues. They are also chasing Wesley Fofana from Leicester and have agreed the transfer of Marc Cucurella.

Foxes have already lost goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and midfielder James Maddison is wanted by Newcastle so they could also be busy signing in the next few weeks while Wolves look to sign Hwang Ui-jo to strengthen their forward line and Leeds wants to be there at least one attacker, with Cody Gakpo and Martin Terrier, both linked.

Follow the latest transfer news, rumors and updates below.


Pep Guardiola is unsure if Bernardo Silva will stay at Manchester City

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola wants Bernardo Silva to stay at the club but admits he doesn’t know what will happen.

The Portugal international has been linked with a move to Barcelona this summer despite there being no official offer from the Spanish side.

Guardiola has allowed Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko to go over the closed period but he doesn’t want Silva to join the exodus.

However, the Spaniard knows it’s not just his fault.

“I’ve often said I was hugely satisfied with the boys’ training, it was really good. I felt comfortable working with Oleks, Raheem, Gabriel, incredible characters who have helped us achieve what we have achieved,” Guardiola said at his press conference ahead of the Premier League’s opening weekend.


Thomas Tuchel responds to Gary Neville’s criticism of Chelsea’s ‘panic’ transfer window

Thomas Tuchel has defended Chelsea owner Todd Boehly after Gary Neville accused him of “panicking” in the summer transfer window.

The Blues have been big players in the market so far, with the American, who has taken on the role of sporting director at the club, keen on reshaping the squad at Stamford Bridge.

Marc Cucurella has become the latest new face through the door, joining from Brighton in a deal said to be worth £62million.

He follows the likes of Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly and Carney Chukwuemeka in his move to west London in a busy off-season.

Sky Sports pundit Neville slammed some of the recent decisions, claiming Boehly was “wandering around a bit” and “panic a bit”.


Roy Keane insists Cristiano Ronaldo’s situation offers Erik ten Hag an opportunity to send a message

Roy Keane insists Cristiano Ronaldo’s desire to leave Manchester United is an opportunity for Erik ten Hag to send a message to his squad.

“We don’t know anything about Ronaldo’s behavior,” Keane said. “If he shuts down the tools, that’s unacceptable. I don’t think it’s a big deal if you’re a manager you get in trouble.

“He has to deal with it, he can send a signal, say to Ronaldo that if he has customers, United want money back. If you want to go to Lisbon, then go.

“Other players will think we’ll miss him in the short term but we’re trying to rebuild the bigger picture, United won’t be fighting for league titles for two or three years.”


Is the Premier League too big to fail or could it fall?

A few months ago some of the top figures in European football were in England for a meeting and the talks naturally revolved around the Premier League ‘product’. There was admiration, but also anger.

A sentiment shared that night, and increasingly resonating across the continent, is that England’s elite competition is now “so arrogant” that it would “be great if it fell”.

In a way, one could not have a greater indication of the power of the Premier League than such resentment. The Camp Nou were happy with how Barcelona have beaten Chelsea against both Raphinha and Jules Kounde this summer because that’s the way it should be.

rewrite The cable, but it’s really the other way around. And it’s only going in that direction.

As the competition congratulates itself on three decades at the top, contemplating what might come next has never been more important, writes Miguel Delaney.


Former Arsenal and Chelsea winger Willian is linked with a surprise Premier League return

Brazil winger Willian could be set for a surprise Premier League return. report Fulham’s interest in signing him from Corinthians as they want to give Marco Silva the quality and depth he needs in the squad to survive.

The report claims Willian has a clause in his deal allowing him to return to Europe.

Justin Kluivert is another big target but Harry Wilson will miss the first few months of the season injured.


Brendan Rodgers says Leicester will not sell Fofana or Maddison

Leicester City duo James Maddison and Wesley Fofana have been linked with big moves to Newcastle and Chelsea respectively this week but Brendan Rodgers insists they will not leave.

The defender in particular is subject to intense interest and a potential £80m deal but the Foxes want to keep both.

“These players are not for sale,” he told reporters at a news conference.

“These are very important players for us. We’re in a situation where we need to take some players off, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to get rid of anyone and certainly not our best assets.”


Wolves reject Nottingham Forest’s third offer for ‘essential’ Morgan Gibbs-White

Wolves boss Bruno Lage expects Morgan Gibbs-White to play a key role this season after the club turned down another offer from Nottingham Forest for the midfielder.

Newly promoted Forest have reportedly made a third offer worth up to £35million for Gibbs-White, who was on loan at Sheffield United last season.

Lage, whose side start their Premier League campaign in Leeds on Saturday, said: “We decline. He’s an important player for me and for the dynamic. We build for the future of wolves.

“We refuse because he is an important player for us. He also feels important, he is happy. That showed me how he played and how he worked every day in training.”


Premier League 2022/23 Predictions: Champions, Top 4, Relegation, Best Signing, Top Scorer and more

The Premier League is back ahead of an unprecedented season with the expected break for the 2022 World Cup.

But there is a lot of intrigue surrounding Manchester City and in particular the arrival of Erling Haaland and how he is influencing Pep Guardiola’s side.

Liverpool will hope to be back in contention to the end despite the loss of Sadio Mane, with Darwin Nunez adding another element for Jurgen Klopp.

While there is much uncertainty at the end, Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest are hoping to survive after last season’s promotion.

Here, our writers make their predictions for a season like no other before:


Newcastle don’t have ‘free reign’ in the transfer window, claims Eddie Howe

Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe has insisted the club will operate with spending restrictions for “years” despite the wealth of its Saudi-backed owners.

“We don’t have a free hand, which may have been perceived in the media, that we can go and sign whoever we want and pay extortionate fees and wages.

“We are not in that position and I don’t think we will be for any time. We have to be creative and smart and try to make the right additions with the financial constraints we have.”


Guardiola wants Bernardo Silva to stay at Man City

Bernardo Silva is currently widely linked with Barcelona as a replacement they want if Frenkie de Jong leaves – but Pep Guardiola is still hoping his Portuguese playmaker stays. And currently he says there are no offers for him anyway.

“I want Bernardo to stay 100%. But at the same time, if he wants to leave, has an offer and the clubs have an agreement, that’s common sense,” he said in a press conference.

“That’s the reality. He’s an important player for me, he’s very special, but I don’t know what’s going to happen. As far as I know, Man City haven’t received an offer.” Transfer news LIVE: Deadline set for Frenkie de Jong as Chelsea and Brighton agree Marc Cucurella transfer

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