Transfer news LIVE: Man United set their sights on Ismaila Sarr while Arsenal set their sights on AC Milan’s Sandro Tonali

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The new Premier League season is underway but the transfer window seems to be the main attraction for many as Manchester United are likely to dominate the headlines in recent weeks after losing to Brighton and Erik ten Hag is desperate for reinforcements. Realistic targets include Adrien Rabiot and Marko Arnautovic, while Guido Rodriguez, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Cody Gakpo continue to be linked with a move to Old Trafford.

Then there’s the saga of Frenkie de Jong and his future at the Camp Nou that continues, and Manchester United and Chelsea remain heavily linked with the Barcelona midfielder. The Spaniards want Bernardo Silva to replace him if a deal with Man City goes through, while Marcos Alonso could join Catalonia from Stamford Bridge.

Elsewhere, Thomas Tuchel has hinted at the need for more players despite a win at Everton, with Wesley Fofana linked with the Blues. Fofana’s departure could give Leicester ammunition for signing players as the Foxes are the only club in Europe’s top five leagues without a new player to have already lost goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and midfielder James Maddison is wanted from Newcastle, meaning Brendan Rodgers could be busy after watching his side go 2-0 up against Brentford to open the season. Follow the latest transfer news, rumors and updates below.


Arsenal are in talks to sign AC Milan midfielder Sandro Tonali

Arsenal and AC Milan have discussed a move to send Sandro Tonali to the Emirates.

The Mail reports that the Gunners are keen on the Italy midfielder.

The 22-year-old would cost £46million and Mikel Arteta is keen to improve his midfield after a productive summer.


Manchester United draw attention to Ismaila Sarr

Manchester United have turned their attention to Watford’s Ismaila Sarr after ending interest in Marko Arnautovic.

The Sun claim the Senegalese forward is a target now as Erik ten Hag looks to bolster his forward options.

With Cristiano Ronaldo’s future uncertain and Anthony Martial’s form and health uncertain, the Red Devils desperately need more options to lead the line.


City are approaching the Anderlecht full-back but are considering other options

Manchester City are close to signing Anderlecht left-back Sergio Gomez but could still be moving towards signing a first-team reinforcement in his position, reports The Independent’s Mark Critchley.

The 21-year-old is expected to become Pep Guardiola’s fifth summer signing after Erling Haaland, Kalvin Phillips, Julian Alvarez and Stefan Ortega.

However, Gomez is seen as a development player by City and while there’s no ruling out that he’ll stay if signed, the expectation would be on loan.

It’s understood City are still looking at new signings at full-back to accommodate the departure of Oleksandr Zinchenko, who joined Arsenal in a £30m deal last month.


Manchester United are pursuing Sergei Milinkovic-Savic after Adrien Rabiot deal

Juventus have reportedly agreed to a sale Adrian Rabiot to Manchester United for an initial £15m. According to The Guardian, talks over personal terms for the 27-year-old France midfielder are still at an early stage as they still need the approval of his agent and mother. The paper notes he has been successful with five Ligue 1 titles at Paris St Germain plus another in Serie A, but he also has a mixed disciplinary record, including fines for delays.

The Red Devils are also said to be interested in the Lazio Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, with whom they have been associated for a number of years. But the Telegraph reports that agents believe a deal can actually be struck for the 27-year-old.


Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey has been on the sidelines for a long time

Newcastle United midfielder Jonjo Shelvey will be on the sidelines for up to three months after undergoing surgery for a hamstring injury.

Shelvey, 30, is understood to be out of action for around 12 weeks following the weekend’s procedure.

That means he could be unavailable to head coach Eddie Howe until Boxing Day at the earliest, as the Premier League kicks off for the World Cup finals in mid-November.


Marko Arnautovic: Manchester United end controversial pursuit of Bologna striker

Manchester United have ended their controversial pursuit of Bologna striker Marko Arnautovic amid backlash from fans.

Arnautovic had emerged as a surprise target for Erik ten Hag amid uncertainty over Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Old Trafford and a lack of options following Anthony Martial’s hamstring injury.

The 33-year-old forward previously worked under Ten Hag at FC Twente and was seen as a more physical alternative to United’s other attacking options that could provide short-term cover.


Erling Haaland’s early influence at Manchester City is already looking threatening for the Premier League

While Erling Haaland cursed on live TV and Pep Guardiola went a little passive-aggressive, David Moyes got defensive.

The West Ham manager had spoken about how his side had been preparing for the Norwegian’s runs throughout the week. They had watched his game against Liverpool and tried to apply lessons learned from previous games against Manchester City.

However, it didn’t matter. There was little they could do about it.

However, Moyes was a little unwilling to address all the lavish praise for Haaland.

He started out by saying his team should have cut out Kevin De Bruyne’s pass which led to the new signing’s superb second goal. He then refused to admit that the main difference was Haaland.


Frenkie de Jong’s deferred wages explained: Why Barcelona’s standoff is part of growing trend

If Frenkie de Jong’s long and drawn-out transfer saga wasn’t messy enough already, there’s a way to make it that much messier.

“De Jong should consider legal action against Barcelona and all players should stand behind him,” Gary Neville tweeted last week. “A club that spends fortunes on new players while not paying full money to those they have under contract is immoral and a breach. @FIFPRO should be done with bullying like this and stop it.”

Predictably, Neville’s tweet did not go down well with Barcelona supporters – some even going so far as to pretend his infamous tenure as Valencia manager was about to expire even worse than it actually was – but you don’t have to be a former Manchester United right-back to sympathize with the sentiment behind it.

For a financially strapped club like Barça, kicking a player out so he can fund a summer of extravagant spending is one thing. To do so while refusing to pay him the wages owed to him is quite another.


Nick Pope had ‘a good laugh’ at not having to wait for Newcastle’s first win

Newcastle newcomer Nick Pope has admitted his delight that he won’t have to wait until the end of October to see the Premier League win.

The 30-year-old England international was part of the Burnley side that clinched all three points for the first time in last season’s 3-1 win over Brentford at Turf Moor on October 30 on 10 attempts and was on the receiving side in the process The Magpies finally ended their losing streak with a 1-0 win over the Clarets on December 4, their 15th game of the league campaign.

Pope, who joined Newcastle in a £10m summer move, made his competitive debut on Saturday and helped Eddie Howe’s men brush aside newly promoted Nottingham Forest in a 2-0 win on the opening day.


Manchester United are interested in PSV Eindhoven winger Cody Gakpo

Manchester United are interested in signing winger Cody Gakpo from PSV Eindhoven as Erik ten Hag looks to bolster his attacking options. that of the independent Mark Critchley reports.

United are yet to hold talks with Gakpo or PSV officials but their interest in the player is known.

The 23-year-old becomes the latest name to be linked with Old Trafford as Ten Hag look to strengthen their squad in the final weeks of the summer transfer window.

Gakpo is a right-footed player who has played mostly on the left for PSV, who are coached by former United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy. Transfer news LIVE: Man United set their sights on Ismaila Sarr while Arsenal set their sights on AC Milan’s Sandro Tonali

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