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After agreeing a deal for Thiago, Liverpool may not be done yet as the Daily Mail report that they have opened talks with Watford for Ismaïla Sarr, although they have not tabled a bid yet as the Hornets are seeking a fee of €40 million.

However, they may have a fight on their hands to get him as the Independent report that Manchester United have identified him as an option as they aim to add a winger before the transfer window closes.

A three-way striker deal is on the verge of completion in Serie A, Sky Sport Italia report, as Edin Džeko is set to leave Roma for Juventus in a €15m deal and the Giallorossi will then replace him with Arkadiusz Milik of Napoli.

The Bosnian will be a direct replacement for Gonzalo Higuaín, who the club announced has left (for Inter Miami) after having his contract terminated last night in a move that will cost them a hefty €18.3m.

Tottenham, who are soon set to seal deals for Real Madrid duo Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilón, still want a striker but the Guardian say that Southampton instantly rebuffed their approach on Thursday evening for top scorer Danny Ings.

Crediting Italian reporter Nicolo Schira, the Daily Star are going even further on the Houssem Aouar to Arsenal speculation – claiming that he actually agreed terms on a five-year deal with the Gunners two weeks ago.

Despite the long-term injury to left-back Juan Bernat against Metz, Le10Sport report that he will not be replaced by Tottenham outcast Danny Rose, who now looks likely to complete a move to Genoa.

Speaking of Spurs, what a week it is for them on the transfer front. But Dele Alli’s being left out of their Europa League squad doesn’t necessarily mean he’ll be offloaded, although the Mail make the claim that both PSG and Inter are interested in him.

Say what you will about Manchester United but their midfield is very strong.

Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes, Donny van de Beek, Fred, Scott McTominay, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matić. One thing they don’t need is another one.

Especially one as aged and injury prone as Sami Khedira, who the Sun credit them with an interest in as Juventus aim to offload him.

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