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24-Jun-2020, 06:05 am

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Luiz signs new Arsenal contract


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Louis Saha has advised Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang andAtletico Madridmidfielder Thomas Partey to join his former clubManchester United.

The African stars have been recently linked with moves away from their respective clubs and Saha who played for the Red Devils between 2004 and 2008, thinks they will begood additions to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.

Aubameyang is set to enter the final year of his Arsenal contract at the end of this month and he is reportedly attracting interest from several European clubs.

Read the full story on Goal.

Rennespresident Nicolas Holveck says they “have done everything to convince”Real Valladolid’s Mohammed Salisu to join theLigue 1side, but the defender has turned them down while opting for a possible Premier League move.

Manchester United,EvertonandSouthamptonarereportedlytargeting the Ghanaian who has two years left on his Valladolid contract.

Football-Espana, recently reported Salisu was headed for Ligue 1 after Rennes had agreed to meet his €12m release clause, but the defender changed his mind.

Read the full story on Goal.

Manchester United are in the market for Monaco centre-halfBenoit Badiashile.

The 19-year-old has established himself as a regular in Ligue 1 and would be a cut-price option compared to Kalidou Koulibaly, reports RMC Sport via Sport Witness.

Valencia and Bayer Leverkusen are also reportedly interested in the defender.

Arsenal defender David Luiz has signed a new one-year contract at the club, reports talkSPORT.

The Brazil international - whose current deal expired this month -was sent off during the Gunners' 3-0 loss to Manchester City last week.

Luiz joined Arsenal from Chelsea last summer in an £8 million deal.

Arsenal are considering making a play for Aston Villa central defender Tyrone Mings, according to The Athletic.

The 27-year-old is reportedly being hunted by a number of Premier League clubs, with the Gunners heading up the queue.

However, there are doubts Arsenal can afford to buy the England international, who cost Villa£20 million ($25m) last summer.

Premier League and EFL clubs are locked in a dispute about the dates of the upcoming transfer window.

The Daily Mail reports the Premier League wants the window to end in line with UEFA's wishes, while the Football League clubs want it to stay open until January to help cope with the recovery from Covid-19.


Source : goal.com

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