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Wednesday transfer rumors – Arsenal keen on Promes move

Ousmane Dembele of FC Barcelona, Quincy Promes of Ajax, Dwight McNeil of Burnley
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Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and much more.

Man United line up Dembele swoop.

Manchester United’s pursuit of Jadon Sancho faced a blow when Borussia Dortmund sporting director earlier asserted on the ‘final’ decision not to sell him. Though United have not given up, they are starting to look for alternatives.

FC Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele is a possible alternative. The Red Devils have already held informal talks over a transfer. The idea of an initial season-long loan with an obligation to buy was discussed. However, they are yet to make any official approach. [ESPN]

Arsenal circling for Promes.

Arsenal are plotting a surprise move for Ajax’s Quincy Promes. Mikel Arteta is ready to put his plan of improving his squad in motion and is keen on bringing in Promes.

The 28-year old winger is also reportedly eager to join the Emirates. The Gunners could sign him for a fee of around €28 million (£25m). [The Sun]

Juve interested in McNeil.

A string of fine performances in the 2019/20 Premier League season has seen Burnley’s Dwight McNeil generate attention from all of Europe. The likes of Wolves, Leicester City, AC Milan, and Juventus, are interested in landing him.
A versatile player, the 20-year old can operate from wide right, wide left, or through the middle. [Sky Sports]

Milan working on signing Bakayoko.

AC Milan are in talks with Chelsea over the transfer of Tiemoue Bakayoko. The Serie A side have put forward an offer of a loan worth €3 million with a €35 million buy option.

The midfielder is also keen on joining Milan, having already played for them on loan in the 2018/29 season. [Fabrizio Romano]

Walker assured of Man City future.

Kyle Walker will continue at Manchester City next season. The defender was hesitant to commit his future at the Etihad over the fear of getting sold as part of a defensive overhaul. However, he has been told he remains a part of the club’s plans after a ‘heart-to-heart’ with Pep Guardiola. [The Sun]