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Transfer Update: Done And Possible Deals For Barca, Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd, Liverpool And More

Here are the latest news from the transfer window.

Manchester United

- Paul Pogba is close to agreeing a new five year contract at Old Trafford.

- Manchester United face losing £25m of their £75m-a-year Adidas sponsorship if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.

- Manchester United are only expected to make an offer to sign England winger Jadon Sancho if they qualify for the Champions League. Borussia Dortmund anticipate an offer of €120m for their star if United make the top four.


- Liverpool will lift the Premier League trophy at Anfield Next week after the Game against Chelsea.

- Adam Lallana is in talks with Former boss Brendan Rodgers about a possible move to Leicester City in the summer.


- Barcelona remain intent on offloading Philippe Coutinho this summer and have offered the Brazilian to Arsenal and Newcastle.

- Barcelona will not pursue a move for Neymar in the summer and have made Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez their top priority.


- Arsenal target Thomas Partey is on the verge of signing a new contract at Atlético Madrid. The La Liga side are prepared to double the midfielder's wages and his new release clause will be €100m.


- Chelsea remain interested in signing Leicester City Defender Ben Chilwell in the summer and are confident an agreement can be reached in the coming months.

- Frank Lampard is considering the option of giving Willan a new contract but no decision has been made.

Rest Of Europe

- The Premier League transfer window will open from 27th July and close on the 5th October.

- Borussia Dortmund have released André Schurrle after the club and player came to an agreement. The forward’s deal was due to expire at the end of next season.

- Juventus, Manchester City and Bayern Munich are interested in signing Wolves Foward Raul Jimenez in the summer.

- Paulo Dybala has agreed a new five year contract with Juventus.

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