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Rabiot Man United, Fofana Chelsea

Good morning and welcome to today’s Daily Briefing – read on for exclusive info on Adrien Rabiot, Wesley Fofana, Youri Tielemans and more…

Arsenal fans were serenading opposition player Youri Tielemans at the Emirates Stadium yesterday – the Gunners have had contacts with his agents for months but apart from that, nothing has changed. Could we see a late twist in this saga?

Memphis Depay and Barcelona could agree a contract termination to allow him to move to Juventus on a free transfer. Juve want to be fast as they hope to snap up the Netherlands international.

Xavi insists Frenkie de Jong could have a key role at Barca this season, saying: “No, Frenkie de Jong is not a substitute. I don’t know what will happen with the market. I can guarantee that if he stays, he will be important for us.”

Chelsea plan contacts via intermediaries to discuss the potential transfer of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. They want to learn the conditions of the deal before deciding on an opening bid.

I expect this to be an important week to understand Wesley Fofana’s future, Chelsea have certainly not given up yet and Todd Boehly will return to negotiations with intermediaries.


Manchester United hope to complete *at least* 1-2 signings next week ?

There’ll be new talks over Adrien Rabiot in the next 24-48hrs, then a striker and winger will be considered ?

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Thomas Tuchel has discussed Conor Gallagher’s role: “We are happy with Conor Gallagher. He keeps on fighting – I think he has everything to become a very important player at Chelsea.”

On Callum Hudson-Odoi, Tuchel added: “Hudson-Odoi, same. He has a huge potential – at the moment, he is our player and he needs to fight, fight, fight.”

Chelsea are still chasing Cesare Casadei. Inter Milan have turned down two offers from the Blues so far, but click here for more information on what kind of money the Serie A giants are looking…


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