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Latest Transfer News across Europe

By Emmanuel Oladele -
 As the Summer transfer window approaches in Europe, clubs are beginning to seek for potential signings while others have started doing business, nigfooty.com have gathered transfer news from across the Europe, Happy Weekend in advance to all our Readers.

Arsenal: According to Eddie Howe, Bournemouth star Ryan Fraser has played his last game for the club. The Arsenal target has refused to sign a new deal as his current contract has expired. Fraser is expected to join Arsenal in the summer as free agent.

• Juventus: Former Chelsea Manager Maurizio Sarri is currently finding things difficult at Juventus and his job is under threat as the manager and his players are reportedly in disagreement. He seems to have lost the backing of his players and Juventus fans.

Manchester City - Pep Guardiola has confirmed that German forward Leroy Sane will not be signing a new deal at Manchester City. Sane current contract will expire next summer and the player has told the club that he will not be signing a new deal.

• PSG: Bayern Munich will sell David Alaba this summer if he does not sign a new deal. Paris Saint-Germain are said to be interested in signing the defender according to reports.

• Inter Milan: Inter hold talks with Manchester United on extending Alexis Sanchez's loan for another season. The Chilean is expected to sign a short-term contract to finish after COVID-19 fixtures. The forward joined Antonio Conte led side last summer and should return to Old Trafford next month, but a loan extension is imminent.

Arsenal: According to ESPN, Arsenal want to sell German midfielder Mesut Ozil. They want to sell the German to raise funds and that will also get rid of his £350,000-a-week salary.

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