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LaLiga files COMPLAINT over Mbappe’s new PSG deal, Xavi releases Dembele UPDATE, Newcastle REVIVE Ekitike deal

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Kylian Mbappe agreeing to a new £0.5billion PSG deal eclipses all other transfer news – but Arsenal have played their part with a ‘mega offer’ for Victor Osimhen.

French striker Mbappe turned around after joining Real Madrid on a stunning three-year deal to remain in Paris.

However, Napoli have reportedly turned down a £75million offer from the Gunners for Nigeria striker Osimhen.

Fulham will try to convince Manchester United presenter Nemanja Matic to join them ahead of Juventus and Roma.

Speaking of United, the Red Devils could be on pole for West Brom keeper Sam Johnstone as Tottenham are reportedly eyeing Southampton’s Fraser Forster instead.

And RB Leipzig’s Croatian ace Josko Gvardiol is the latest name to be linked with replacing Chelsea’s contractless centre-back Antonio Rudiger.

Gvardiol’s father Timohir was reportedly holding talks with Blues boss Thomas Tuchel in London.

Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin is said to be keen on turning his loan spell at Real Betis into a permanent move.

Finally, Everton boss Frank Lampard wants Chelsea’s 19-year-old youngster Levi Colwill.

Lampard is hoping his old club will agree to a loan move next season after Colwill’s brilliant form helped Huddersfield progress to the play-off final.

https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5295517/mbappe-psg-real-madrid-dembele-barcelona-ekitike-newcastle-transfer-news-live/ LaLiga files COMPLAINT over Mbappe’s new PSG deal, Xavi releases Dembele UPDATE, Newcastle REVIVE Ekitike deal

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