🤑 Transfer gossip: Asensio to Man Utd? Liverpool's Bellingham boost? | OneFootball

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Joel Sanderson-Murray·26 August 2022

🤑 Transfer gossip: Asensio to Man Utd? Liverpool's Bellingham boost?

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It’s time to catch up with all the latest transfer gossip as we head into the weekend.

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Domestic deals

Manchester United have been offered the chance to sign Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio, according to The Telegraph.

However, L’Equipe have reported that the Red Devils have had a bid for Bayern defender Benjamin Pavard turned down.

West Ham have also seen their advances dismissed, with the Evening Standard claiming they have had a £10m bid for Club Brugge midfielder Hans Vanaken rejected.

The Express are reporting that Liverpool’s quest for Jude Bellingham could be aided by Borussia Dortmund’s interest in Naby Keïta, with the Guinean midfielder touted to be used as a makeweight in any potential deal.

The Athletic have stated that Everton have now overtaken Fulham in the race to sign Brighton and Hove Albion striker Neal Maupay.

On the continent

Real Sociedad’s quest to replace Newcastle-bound Alexander Isak will take them to free agent Edinson Cavani, according to COPE.

Arsenal’s Albert Sambi Lokonga has emerged as a target for Roma as they seek to replace the injured Gini Wijnaldum claim ASRomaLive.

The Mail are reporting that Lazio are eyeing up a move for Tottenham left-back Sergio Reguilón.

From the horse’s mouth

“I want to be fair to Andrea [Radrizzani – Leeds’ majority owner] because, for me, he’s committed in every way to every request I’ve had since I’ve been here. We’re just operating within a budget that is defined.”

Leeds head coach Jesse Marsch appears to accept his club’s limitations for the rest of the transfer window.

In case you missed it

OGC Nice signed Nicolas Pépé on loan from Arsenal.

While Dele Alli completed his loan move to Besiktas from Everton.

Total spend this window: €4.14bn