LIVE transfer news: Man United blunder, Arsenal hoping for James Maddison, Spurs deal approved

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LIVE transfer news: Man United blunder, Arsenal hoping for James Maddison, Spurs deal approved

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With less than three weeks until the start of the 2020-21 Premier League season, the summer transfer window is in full swing. Every day, new deals are announced, with Manchester United’s acquisition of Jadon Sancho being the most recent. And there’s plenty more business to be done around the league, with Manchester City hoping to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane, Spurs willing to make deals, and Chelsea looking for a new striker. Arsenal and Liverpool are also looking into joint ventures. Throughout the day, Express Sport brings you the most up-to-date transfer news.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has given his approval to a move for Cristian Romero, and the club is optimistic in their ability to sign the Argentine.

That’s according to football.london. Romero is on loan from Juventus for another year, although he may sign a permanent deal with the club this summer for roughly £13.8 million.

He may join Atalanta and subsequently be sold to Spurs for roughly £38.5 million. According to the article, the north London club’s belief in their ability to complete a deal is growing.

Negotiations between the two teams are progressing, and Levy has given his approval to the signing.

Romero is reportedly interested in following Gollini to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Raphael Varane is said to be ‘uncomfortable’ about returning to Real Madrid’s pre-season training despite Manchester United’s continued interest.

United are hoping to complete a move for the French World Cup winner, and Spanish source AS reports that the Red Devils believe they can do it for as little as £34.2 million (€40 million).

Real, on the other hand, are demanding up to £59.9 million (€70 million), despite the fact that they might lose the player for nothing in a year.

Varane was reportedly “uncomfortable” when he returned to the club’s training facility earlier this week, according to the source.

The highly-rated centre-back is now waiting to see if United and Los Blancos can agree on a fee.

Ben Parsons says that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must avoid making the same mistakes in the transfer window.

United were defeated 4-0 by Championship side QPR in a pre-season friendly on Saturday afternoon, with a second-string team being torn apart. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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