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Transfer News LIVE: Fiorentina rejects Manchester United’s bid for Amrabat

Transfer News LIVE: Fiorentina rejects Manchester United’s bid for Amrabat

Summer transfer window closes on September 1 for top European leagues while for Saudi Arabaia, they have more time than others.

Transfer News LIVE: The Transfer Deadline Day is inching closer. Manchester United’s approach for Sofyan Amrabat hit a wall after Fiorentina rejected the bid made by the Red Devils. Barcelona’s Ansu Fati has also been offered a loan deal to Tottenham while Aston Villa inches closer to securing a loan deal for Clement Lenglet.

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Al-Ittihad is willing to pay a total of £129 million for Mohamed Salah. Despite Jurgen Klopp’s insistence that the Egyptian will not leave Anfield this summer. The Saudi club remains interested in signing the Liverpool forward. Al-Ittihad is said to be planning an initial bid of £85 million, with a further £44 million in add-ons.

With Transfer News LIVE , Al Ittihad aim for Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, Barcelona Sign Joao Cancelo as Transfer Deadline Day approaches

Joao Cancelo’s move to Barcelona appears to be on the cards after Manchester City and Barcelona reached an agreement on Monday. Both teams have finished the procedures, and the full-back will sign the contract in the coming hours.

Cancelo was speculated to be leaving for Barcelona in January. However, the Catalan club was unable to fund the player’s salaries, so the deal fell through.
Instead, the Portuguese transferred to Bayern Munich, where he won the Bundesliga title. However, the Bavarians chose not to use his buy-out clause.

With Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia out, Manchester United are still looking for a left-back. According to Marca, United have offered Marcos Alonso a two-year contract. It’s also been reported that they’re close to finalising a loan deal for Chelsea’s Marc Cucurella.

Transfer Deadlines:

  • Premier League (England): 01-Sep-2023, 23:00:00
  • La Liga (Spain): 01-Sep-2023, 23:00:00
  • Ligue 1 (France): 01-Sep-2023, 23:00:00
  • Bundesliga (Germany): 01-Sep-2023, 17:00:00
  • Serie A (Italy): 01-Sep-2023, 19:00:00
  • Saudi Pro League (Saudi Arabia): 7-Sep-2023, 23:59:59
  • Qatar: 18-Sep-2023, 23:59:59
  • United Arab Emirates: 21-Sep-2023, 23:59:59
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