Football Transfer News: Latest on Remy, Szczesny, Sanches, Aurier, and Matic

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VIENNA, AUSTRIA - JULY 16: Loic Remy of Chelsea in action during an friendly match between SK Rapid Vienna and Chelsea F.C. at Allianz Stadion on July 16, 2016 in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

Welcome to Football Transfer News from Last Word On Football. We provide you with the latest ins and outs from around the footballing world.

Loic Remy

Reports from several Chelsea outlets, as well as Metro, claim Loïc Rémy, once a hot commodity, is on his way out this summer. Everton, who seems to be be in for everyone, is apparently interested, as are Marseilles.

Wojciech Szczęsny

That Wojciech Szczęsny is even being transfered is an interested debate amongst Arsenal fans. It’s no secret that Juventus have been looking to bring him in with a reported £8m move imminent.

Renato Sanches

Sky reports that Renato Sanches could be pipped for a move to AC Milan. The Italian side have been busy this summer in an attempt to return to the top of Serie A.

Lucas Leiva

It appears Lucas Leiva has sealed any doubts reamining that he will join Italian side Lazio. The deal has been rumoured to have been completed for days, but the player wearing a club scarf pretty much seals it.

Nemanja Matic

The Sun is claiming that Nemanja Matic has told Chelsea that the club has 48 hours to have his future determined. Whether they call his bluff or not remains to be seen.

Jose Mourinho was able to complete the signings of Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku in time for them to debut during Manchester United’s American tour. This, however, does not mean all is quiet back in Europe. The Red Devils are still searching for a defensive anchor in midfield – Nemanja’s Matic’s exclusion from Chelsea’s pre season tour has sparked more rumours of his availability.

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Serge Aurier

Dani Alves’ arrival at PSG has put Serge Aurier’s future at the club in question. Manchester United could use some depth at right back and the Ivorian could be the perfect long term option.

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