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Transfer news and football gossip: Latest twist in Neymar saga, Italian giants fight for Sanchez, Tottenham ditch Dybala rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from today’s papers and online…

Alexis Sanchez is refusing to leave Manchester United this summer, despite boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer threatening to drop him to the reserves if he stays. Roma, linked with a late loan move for the 30-year-old, are now reportedly looking at other targets. (The Sun)

However, it is claimed Serie A sides AC Milan, Juventus and Napoli are still interested in signing the Chile forward. (Daily Mail)

Tottenham are no longer interested in Juventus midfielder Paulo Dybala, despite the 25-year-old Argentine being still keen on a move away from the Serie A side. (Di Marzio)

Spurs are planning to sit down again with Christian Eriksen to discuss a new contract before the European transfer window closes on 2 September, amid interest from Real Madrid and Juventus in the Denmark midfielder. (The Independent)

Alexis Sanchez is playing hardball with Manchester United as they look to get the highly-paid flop out the door

Danny Rose is unlikely to leave White Hart Lane until at least January, with the left-back still part of manager Mauricio Pochettino’s plans. (Football.London)

Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge looks set to sign for Turkish side Trabzonspor in a deal worth €3m (£2.8m) per season. (Goal)

Manchester United opted out of a summer move for Sporting Lisbon and Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, because their scouts felt he gives the ball away too often. (Daily Mail)

United centre-back Victor Lindelof is set to sign a new contract with a significant increase on his £75,000-a-week wages, according to sources in his native Sweden. (Aftonbladet)

Borussia Dortmund rejected an approach this summer from a ‘major European club’ for 19-year-old England winger Jadon Sancho, who is a reported target for Manchester United. (Ruhr Nachrichten)

Tottenham are no longer interested in Paulo Dybala

Everton summer signing Alex Iwobi says he left Arsenal on deadline day to prove he is no longer just an emerging talent. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are set to receive 10% of former midfielder Jeff Reine-Adelaide’s €25m (£23.1m) transfer to Lyon from Angers. (Ouest France)

Bayern Munich could still make a move to sign Manchester City forward Leroy Sane despite the 23-year-old suffering a serious knee injury that will keep him out for up to seven months. (Bild)

Mario Balotelli, 29, is set to sign a three-year deal with Serie A side Brescia after rejecting an offer from Brazilian side Flamengo. (The Guardian)

Flamengo are still hoping to change Balotelli’s mind, having agreed to his request to also sign brother Enock to play in one of their subsidiary teams. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Monaco are lining up a move to sign both midfielder Blaise Matuidi – a reported Man United target this summer – and centre-back Daniele Rugani – linked with Arsenal from Juventus before the transfer deadline. (Gazzetta dello Sport)

The Neymar saga looks set to rumble on until the European transfer deadline

Real Madrid instantly rejected a request from Paris Saint-Germain to include 19-year-old starlet Vinicius Junior in a deal for fellow Brazilian forward Neymar(AS)

Aside from Vinicius, PSG are keen for Real to add Croatia midfielder Luka Modric and Brazil midfielder Casemiro to any offer for Neymar(Marca)

Neymar trained by himself in Paris on Wednesday and will continue to do so until he is sold. (Esporte Interactivo)

PSG have already rejected huge offers for the Brazil forward from La Liga outfits Barcelona and Real Madrid. (Daily Mirror)

Former Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho could still join PSG in an outright transfer from Barcelona, even if he is not part of a Neymar deal. (Goal)



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