Leeds has reportedly missed out on a superstar striker, while a recently-relegated Premier League gun is being hunted by HALF of the teams in England’s top flight.
And Arsenal has ramped up their search for another goalkeeper.
It’s all in today’s rumour mill!
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Leeds set to miss out on Cavani
Veteran Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani is heading to Portugal with heavyweights Benfica, according to reports.
After being released by Paris Saint-Germain, the 33-year-old was available for free – and Leeds had been keen to bolster their stocks ahead of their entry into the Premier League.
But BeIN Sports correspondent Tancredi Palmeri claims the deal is all-but-done for Cavani to join Benfica on what is expected to be a two-year deal.
He has notched 353 goals in 586 club appearances and 50 goals in 116 games for his country.
King set for new throne?
PSG is one of a host of clubs reportedly interested in Bournemouth striker Joshua King.
The 28-year-old is likely to leave the Cherries after their relegation from the Premier League, with The Sun reporting the club is seeking £25 million.
With one year left on his contract, Bournemouth will probably cash in on the Norway star rather than lose him for free after next season.
And there’s no shortage of interest, with a full TEN Premier League clubs keen as well as four in Italy, including Rome rivals Lazio and Roma.
King was close to a move to Manchester United in January but a £20 million bid was rejected, before the Red Devils signed Odion Ighalo instead.
Newcastle, Everton and Brighton have all been strongly linked to moves for King.
Gunners need new gloveman
Arsenal are considering signing an additional goalkeeper as cover for injured gloveman Bernd Leno.
Leno suffered a knee ligament strain in an unfortunate clash with Brighton striker Neal Maupay in June – with his return date unknown.
Arsenal will send Leno for further scans and seek a second opinion to get clarification over how long he’ll be ruled out for.
Emiliano Martinez has performed incredibly in Leno’s absence, and looks set to start the new season as first choice keeper.
The 27-year-old Argentine has been loaned out six times by the Gunners, but will likely be handed a contract extension.
— With The Sun