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Transfer news LIVE! Arsenal eye double raid; Chelsea make new £43m bid

Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are all expected to make further key signings before the summer transfer window shuts for business on September 1. Arsenal are on the trail of Villarreal winger Yeremy Pino and also want to sign Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo, with a late swoop for long-term target Youri Tielemans of Leicester still not ruled out. Bayer Leverkusen’s Moussa Diaby is another target for Mikel Arteta, though Houssem Aouar is heading elsewhere.

Chelsea have turned their transfer attentions to Anthony Gordon, submitting a £43million bid for the Everton star. The Blues have also seen an offer for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang rejected and remain in the hunt for his Barcelona team-mate Frenkie de Jong and Leicester defender Wesley Fofana.

Tottenham are set to make Destiny Udogie their seventh summer signing, with the Udinese full-back due for his Spurs medical on Monday after touching down in London. West Ham have made a move for Poland defender Jakub Kiwior, while Manchester United have denied speculation that Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract will be terminated. Follow the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip below!

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Chelsea step up Aubameyang chase

Chelsea are also still battling for the signatures of Barcelona duo Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Frenkie de Jong.

Ex-Arsenal captain Aubameyang has been targeted for a shock return to the Premier League just six months after heading to Barcelona, who wouldn’t mind getting him off the wage bill as they continue to navigate tricky financial waters.

The Daily Mail say Chelsea held more talks with Barca over the weekend, while Mundo Deportivo claim that a £12m bid was rebuffed by the LaLiga giants.

Per Gerard Romero, a £23m fee will be required for the deal to get done, with Thomas Tuchel keen on a reunion with a player with whom he shares a close bond following their time spent together at Borussia Dortmund.

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Chelsea launch £43m Gordon move

Chelsea have made a surprise move for Anthony Gordon.

Standard Sport understands that the Blues have lodged a £43m bid with Everton for their winger-turned-striker.

The cash-strapped Toffees could be content to sell Gordon as they try to raise funds for further incomings this month, with his valuation set at around £45m

Tottenham also tried to sign the England Under-21 international earlier in the window as part of a double raid involving Richarlison.

Read the full story on Chelsea’s swoop for Gordon here

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Arsenal to battle Man United for Caicedo

A new midfielder is also still a priority for Arsenal it would appear, amid their long-standing pursuit of Leicester’s Youri Tielemans.

A newer name on Mikel Arteta’s transfer radar is that of Moises Caicedo.

The Ecuador midfielder has shone of late for Brighton, winning his place in Graham Potter’s side after a loan spell at Belgian outfit Beerschot.

Caicedo has gone from strength to strength, enjoying a starring role in the 2-1 win at Manchester United – who previously scouted him extensively – on the opening weekend in the Premier League.

According to the Daily Mirror, Arsenal, United, West Ham, Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen are all tracking the 20-year-old, for whom Brighton paid just £4.5m to sign from Ecuadorian side Independiente del Valle last January.

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Edu flies to Spain amid Arsenal Pino chase

Arsenal are still being strongly linked with Villarreal star Yeremy Pino.

Mikel Arteta is known to want to further add to his squad before the September 1 transfer deadline, with a new winger foremost in his thoughts.

According to the Daily Mirror, Arsenal technical director Edu has been spotted boarding a flight to Valencia, which many excited fans have taken to mean the Brazilian is set to conduct negotiations with Villarreal over their highly-rated 19-year-old.

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