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Transfer News: Done Deals, Arsenal could be priced out of Rice deal, City to go all-out for Kovacic

Arsenal priced out of Rice deal

Arsenal fear being priced out of a deal for £100m-rated West Ham captain Declan Rice, reports The Sun. The Gunners face stiff competition from rival Premier League clubs, including Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City.

West Ham are resigned to lose captain Rice but will demand £120m for the midfielder before allowing him to join a club playing Champions League football.

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City to go all-out for Kovacic

According to a report from Football Insider, Manchester City have turned their attention towards Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovačić and want to go all-in for the Croatian midfielder.

The Cityzens' primary midfield target for this summer was Jude Bellingham, but he has reached a personal agreement to join Real Madrid, who are set to have another meeting with Borussia Dortmund to discuss the transfer terms.

Man City In Talks To Sign Mateo Kovacic From Chelsea For £30M | Man City  Transfer Update - YouTube

Jagielka, Powell among six to leave Stoke

Stoke have confirmed Phil Jagielka and six other first-teamers will leave the club. The Potters, who finished 16th in the Sky Bet Championship, announced their retained list on Wednesday with Morgan Fox and Nick Powell among some of the other notable names allowed to leave the bet365 Stadium.

Jagielka will turn 41 in August but did feature 30 times in all competitions for Alex Neil's side during a season riddled with inconsistency. Aden Flint, Sam Clucas, Tashan Oakley-Boothe and Demeaco Duhaney, who spent the campaign on loan at Turkish outfit Istanbulspor, have also been released with a "significant reset" being planned by the Potters ahead of the 2023-24 season.

Bayern pushed their 'financial limits' for Haaland

Bayern Munich's attempts for Erling Haaland last summer pushed the club to its "financial limits", says CEO Oliver Kahn.

"We tried everything for Erling Haaland one year ago and went to our financial limits," Kahn told


OFFICIAL: Exeter City goalkeeper Gary Woods signs new contract

 Exeter City have confirmed that goalkeeper Gary Woods has signed a new one-year deal. The contract extension will keep him at the club until the end of the 2023/24 season.

Woods arrived in Devon in January on a short term deal following his departure from Kilmarnock in Scotland, and has featured seven times for the Grecians, keeping two clean sheets.

✍️ Gary Woods joins the Grecians! - News - Exeter City FC

OFFICIAL: Derby County hero signs new contract after impressing Paul Warne

Craig Forsyth has signed a new contract with Derby County after impressing Paul Warne with his performances this season. Forsyth was one of six players whose deals expire this summer but he has put pen to paper on a new 12-month deal at Pride Park.

Derby's Longest Serving Player Forsyth Pens New Deal And Granted  Testimonial - Blog - Derby County

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