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Chelsea Transfer Latest News On De Jong, Fofana Deals, Pulisic, Arsenal



The Frenkie de Jong transfer saga could be set to run until the deadline passes next Thursday and the updates keep on coming.

Chelsea still have hope of signing the Barcelona ace after a meeting was reportedly set up between the Catalan giants and the player’s agents in an attempt to force a move.

De Jong played 85 minutes as his side thrashed Real Sociedad 4-1 on Sunday night but could still be heading for the Nou Camp exit.

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Palace interested in Soumare

Crystal Palace are interested in a deal for Leicester City midfielder Boubakary Soumare.

Leicester are open to offers for the 23-year-old, who they bought for £17m from French champions Lille a year ago.

Patrick Viera, who won more than 100 caps for France, is a keen admirer of his young countryman, despite Soumare’s struggles since moving to the Premier League.

Pulisic transfer call coming ‘soon’

Chelsea will, according to CaughtOffside, be making a decision on Christian Pulisic’s future very “soon”.

The United States international forward has been linked with Manchester United as he struggles for starts at Stamford Bridge.

Arsenal working on move for Pedro Neto

Arsenal are trying to add Wolverhampton Wanderers attacker Pedro Neto to their offensive options according to various sources in the media.

The Gunners need more backup if Nicolas Pepe gets his move to Nice having fallen out of favour under Mikel Arteta.

Wolves are in talks with Stuttgart over signing striker Sasa Kalajdzic

The two clubs are not close in terms of their valuation of the player and are working to come to a compromise.

Kaladjzic, who has a year left to run on his current Stuttgart contract, is keen on a move to the Premier League.

Done Deal

David Brooks has signed a new deal with Bournemouth valid until June 2026, club statement confirms.

“Of course, the last year has been extremely difficult for myself, my family and friends but I’m now in a position to resume my career”, Brooks says.