Done deal: Bournemouth sign Hamed Traore permanently from Sassuolo
Bournemouth have confirmed the permanent signing of Ivorian midfielder Hamed Traore from Serie A side Sassuolo. The 23-year-old initially joined the Premier League side on loan during the January transfer window. Traore has made seven appearances in the Premier League for the Cherries since signing on loan, impressing with his technical ability.
Kolo Muani set to reject Man Utd
Eintracht Frankfurt striker Randal Kolo Muani is preparing to reject Manchester United's advances and sign for Bayern Munich. German outlet Sport1 claim that the 24-year-old France international prefers to join Bayern, who are also in need of a new No.9 this summer. Alongside Napoli star Victor Osimhen, Kolo Muani had been earmarked by Erik ten Hag as an alternative to top target Harry Kane.
Arsenal eye Cancelo
The Gunners are reportedly willing to spend big on Manchester City full-back Joao Cancelo, currently on loan with German giants Bayern Munich. According to the Telegraph, Arteta has identified Cancelo as someone who can raise the technical level of Arsenal's defence.
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