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Posted Wednesday, November 04, 2020 by Goal.com

Wright: Arsenal trying to sign Aouar

Former Arsenal star Ian Wright claims that the Gunners are now looking to add Lyon's Houssem Aouar to their midfield ranks.

"It’s all changed, it’s a new Arsenal in what they’re trying to do going forward," Wright told Premier League Productions of his old club (via the Mirror).

"If [Mikel Arteta] can continue to improve, like players improve with his coaching, and then he’s then able to add to that with Aouar, who they’re trying to get in the midfield alongside Partey, then you’ve got someone who can create for the forwards."

PSG & Man City watching Bennacer

PSG and Manchester City are watching AC Milan midfielder Ismael Bennacer, reports Calciomercato.

The Algeria international has proved a great signing for the Serie A leaders after he joined from Empoli in 2019.

Milan could find it hard to keep the 22-year-old, who has been key to the club's fine start in 2020-21.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Neymar set to sign new deal at PSG

Barca finances put Depay and Wijnaldum deals in doubt

Barcelona's difficult financial situation means they will have to sell players in January in order to be able to afford any new signings.

The Catalans have been linked with moves for Lyon star Memphis Depay, as well as Manchester City defender Eric Garcia and Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum.

But if Barca are to sign in January, they must first raise funds by selling at least one player and possibly more.

Maupay dropped after altercation with team-mate

Brighton star Neal Maupay was dropped at the weekend due to a locker-room altercation with a team-mate, according to The Athletic.

Maupay was not involved on Sunday as Brighton fell 2-1 to Tottenham after he was involved in the row six days earlier after his side's match against West Brom.

After a disappointing 1-1 draw at home, Maupay and another Seagulls player had an altercation in the dressing room.

Wolves sign Neto to extension through 2025

Barca slap €400m release clause on Pedri

Barcelona are determined to tie 17-year-old wonderkid Pedri to Camp Nou on a long-term basis, setting the ex-Las Palmas teen's release clause at a whopping €400 million (£360m/$470m).

Pedri completed a move from the Canarian side to Camp Nou over the summer, with Barca beating out reported interest from the likes of Manchester City and Bayern Munich for the youngster.

And he has quickly made an impact in the first team, joining fellow teen Ansu Fati as a regular feature in the starting XI alongside the likes of Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann and making eight appearances to date across La Liga and the Champions League.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Neymar set to sign new deal at PSG

Barca candidate Laporta lines up Alaba bid

Potential Barcelona presidential candidate Joan Laporta is seeking to sign David Alaba should he win elections, reports RAC1 (via Sport).

Laporta is also keen to add ex-Valencia sporting director Matheu Alemany to his backroom staff, after he left Mestalla due to differences with Peter Lim.

Neymar set to sign new deal at PSG

Neymar is poised to pen a new contract at Paris Saint-Germain, reports Marca.

Fresh terms for the Brazilian forward in France will bring a long-running saga regarding a possible return to Barcelona to a close.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Neymar set to sign new deal at PSG

Newcastle keen on Boro starlet Spence

Newcastle are considering a January raid on north east rivals Middlesbrough for Djed Spence, claims The Northern Echo.

The 20-year-old defender is held in high regard and is seen as one for the present and future at St James’ Park.

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