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Exclusive transfer news: Freund Chelsea, Depay, Grealish

Hey guys, welcome to my latest Daily Briefing – enjoy today’s round-up, which features Jack Grealish, Memphis Depay and the situation at Chelsea…

William Saliba on life at Arsenal: “I’m at home here. I like London, I like the club, I like everything. I feel at home here.”

There was interest in Saliba from other clubs this summer, but as I wrote at the time, it would have taken a crazy offer for the Gunners to sell him. More good work by Edu and Mikel Arteta as the young Frenchman is now showing his worth.

Marco Asensio won’t rule out a controversial move to Barcelona: “I don’t know if Barcelona want me. There are rumours on many clubs, it’s normal. I’ve never thought about future at Barca, I have not valued it… so, don’t know! Right now, I can’t answer.”

Memphis Depay: “In the summer, other clubs came and then you just look at your options so I decided to fight for my chance at Barcelona. I love competition and I don’t walk away from it. I enjoy being at Barca.”

But what does the future hold next for Memphis Depay? Click here to find out more.

Memphis Depay in action for Barcelona

Ryan Gravenberch: “I have no regrets with joining Bayern. But to be honest, I’m disappointed as you want to play, it’s normal. I have to accept it but it’s difficult. I have to stay calm. I hope to have more space after the international break.”

How close was Ryan Gravenberch to a move to the Premier League instead?

Former Ballon d’Or winning centre-back Fabio Cannavaro has now reached a full agreement with Italian second division club Benevento on a two year contract. He’ll sign his contract tomorrow for his first managerial experience in Italian football.

Roberto De Zerbi, presented as new Brighton manager: “I spoke to Pep Guardiola on Sunday. He said: I’m very happy you are here. He said if ever there is anything I need, he is there – apart from when we play them!”

Chelsea were very surprised that the Christoph Freund deal fell…


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