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.
Holding could leave Arsenal
Rob Holding could be another big name departure from Arsenal this summer. Gunners defender Holding, 27, is a hugely popular member of the squad and has stepped in to play a part in their title push this season. However, Arsenal are looking to strengthen that area and bring in back-up and competition, especially on the right to step in for William Saliba when needed. That could spark interest in Holding and he could be allowed to move if he wants more game time.
Man United emerge as contender to sign Mane
Manchester United and Newcastle have reportedly emerged as the likeliest clubs to sign Sadio Mane with Bayern Munich keen to offload the winger following a miserable debut season. The Senegalese star only joined Bayern Munich last summer in a £27.4million deal from Liverpool. Mane had been viewed as a marquee summer signing by the German champions having starred in the Premier League for the Reds. Sky Sport Germany have reported that Bayern are expected to sell Mane this summer following a troubled campaign, where he has only scored 12 goals.
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