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    Portuguese midfielder confirms Arsenal wanted to sign him

    Al Hilal midfielder Ruben Neves has revealed that he was close to joining Arsenal before his move to Saudi Arabia with Al Hilal.

    Fulham and West Ham in for Dominic Solanke

    Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke is wanted by Premier League rivals Fulham and West Ham, as the former Liverpool forward continues to impress at the Cherries. The 25-year-old has scored 54 goals in 163 games for Bournemouth since his move there in 2019, and the striker continues to improve game by game and has now caught the eye of rival clubs.

    Aleksandar Mitrović moves to Al Hilal

    The contingent of players moving to Saudi Arabia continues to grow, as today Al-Hilal secured the signing of Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrović in a deal worth an estimated £50 million. The Serbian forward wanted to leave West London and will earn around £750,000 a week in the Middle East.

    Chelsea winger agrees personal terms with Fulham

    Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has agreed personal terms with Fulham over a summer transfer, according to Standard Sport.

    Romelu Lukaku has clear stance over Saudi interest

    Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has no plans of moving to Saudi Arabia during the summer transfer window.

    Chelsea suffer setback ahead of Club World Cup

    Chelsea have suffered a setback ahead of their upcoming Club World Cup campaign in Abu Dhabi.

    Arsenal striker won't entertain Saudi move

    Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has no plans of leaving for Saudi Arabia during the ongoing transfer window.

    Atletico Madrid make breakthrough in Diego Costa move

    Spanish giants Atletico Madrid are growing increasingly confident of signing Chelsea outcast Diego Costa. The Spain international has been desperate to seal a return to Madrid after Antonio Conte decided to exclude him from his first-team plans.