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Transfer news LIVE! Chelsea eye Neymar deal; Jesus passes Arsenal medical; Tottenham target £100m double swoop

Transfer news, rumours and gossip throughout the summer window

Transfer news LIVE!

ArsenalChelsea and Tottenham are making this an entertaining start to the summer transfer window as all three London rivals fight for high-profile deals.

Gabriel Jesus will undergo his medical at Arsenal today, with the Gunners also raising their bid for Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez and staying in pursuit of Leeds winger Raphinha having already signed Fabio Vieira and Matt Turner.

Chelsea, meanwhile, have opened talks with Raheem Sterling as they chase Todd Boehly’s first marquee signing and are also attempting to re-sign his Manchester City team-mate Nathan Ake, with Matthijs de Ligt and Ousmane Dembele also firmly on Thomas Tuchel’s radar along with Milan Skriniar and maybe even Neymar.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is said to have had dinner with Everton counterpart Bill Kenwright as Spurs attempt to wrap up an ambitious £100m double deal for Richarlison and Anthony Gordon, while Manchester United are finally closing in on the signing of Frenkie de Jong. Follow all the latest transfer updates throughout the day below.

Malacia set to sign for Man United

Manchester United are closing in on the first signing of Erik ten Hag’s spell as manager with a fee agreed for Tyrell Malacia.

The Feyenoord left-back, 22, broke into the Netherlands national team last year and helped his club reach the Europa Conference League final, which they lost to Jose Mourinho’s Roma.

Reports suggest United will pay an initial £13million for Malacia, with £1.7m in add-ons, should he accept their offer ahead of interest from Lyon.

Feyenoord sporting director Frank Arnesen told 1908.nl: “The agreement is there. We are now waiting for Tyrell. If he says yes, then a transfer to Manchester United is imminent.”

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