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Arsenal make opening Sesko bid; Chelsea book in medical

Tosin Adarabioyo

90min rounds up the latest transfer news, rumours and gossip circulating around the world…

Manchester City want Erling Haaland to sign a new contract and have made agreeing a fresh deal a priority. (Mirror)

Arsenal have submitted an opening bid for RB Leipzig striker Benjamin Sesko, though it is a fair sum below his £55.4m release clause and will likely be rebuffed by the German side. (Football Transfers)

The Gunners have also made contact with Barcelona to explore a move for teenage prospect Mikayil Faye, though they will face competition for the £17m-rated left-back from Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen and Liverpool. (Daily Mail)

Pep Guardiola could break his golden rule of not signing players from his former clubs by urging Man City to move for Bayern utility man Joshua Kimmich. (HITC)

Chelsea will soon book in a medical for defender Tosin Adarabioyo after seeing off competition for his signature from Newcastle United. (Evening Standard)

Tosin Adarabioyo

Adarabioyo is close to joining Chelsea / Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/GettyImages

Liverpool remain keen on Leeds United winger Crysencio Summerville, who is expected to move on this summer after missing out on promotion, though neither the Reds or Chelsea are in advanced talks yet. (Fabrizio Romano)

Manchester United are admirers of Wolves star Matheus Cunha and scouted the Brazilian extensively this past season as they look to bring in another striker to rival Rasmus Hojlund. (Mirror)

Tottenham Hotspur have set their sights on Sporting CP star Viktor Gyokeres as they search for a long-term successor to Harry Kane. (Correio da Manha)

Spurs have also been alerted to the £17.5m release clause in Stuttgart forward Serhou Guirassy‘s contract. (Football Insider)

Bayern have shown ‘significant interest’ in Man Utd captain Bruno Fernandes as they map out potential signings under new boss Vincent Kompany. (Stretty News)

Graham Potter is not in a rush to return to management because he is holding out to succeed Gareth Southgate as the England boss. (Sun)


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