Football Transfer News September 15:
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ended speculation over his Arsenal future on Tuesday as the Gunners captain signed a new three-year contract with the FA Cup holders. Luis Suarez's move to Italians champions Juventus is likely over according to Goal
. According to them, the
club have begun to grow pessimistic over a move because a protracted process to secure an Italian passport for the forward could put a stop to his transfer. So, the Turin club will likely turn their attention toward a move for Edin Dzeko
. On the other hand, Mohamed Salah wants to leave Liverpool and Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman wants to bring him at Camp Nou, Dutch agent Sjaak Swart told DAZN
. Jamshedpur FC retain defender Karan Amin. India defender Sandesh Jhingan is close to completed a move for ATK Mohun Bagan FC and is in the stages of final discussion, Goal.com
reports. Jack Grealish has signed a new five-year contract with Aston Villa. Barcelona are expected to sign Memphis Depay this week, however Fabrizio Romano
says that the Catalan giants will have to sell Luis Suarez before signing Depay. Same for midfielders according to La Liga rules. Sky Sports
reports that Tottenham have entered the race to sign Bayer Leverkusen's Leon Bailey. Everton too have been linked with the pacy Jamaican winger. According to The Express,
Manchester United will not make use of the buy-back option they had in the deal when they sold Memphis Depay to Lyon, giving Barcelona a
clear run at Dutch attacker. Meanwhile, former Chelsea midfielder Oscar has told Fox Sports
that his former Chelsea teammates Willian and David Luiz tried to convince him to join them at Arsenal.
Borussia Dortmund's sporting director has said that Jadon Sancho will play for the Bundesliga club this season. Manchester United are set to submit a bid for Real Madrid's Sergio Reguilon but are not keen to pay 30 million euros while Madrid ask for a buyback clause in the contract, utdreport
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