THE Premier League transfer window has only SIX days to go and England's biggest clubs are still looking to thrash out some deals.
Nicolas Pepe is about to become Arsenal's record signing, but there could be problems with Paul Dybala's move to Manchester United. He's having showdown talks with Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri TODAY.
Check out ALL of the latest updates from what could be a huge summer in the transfer market below…
ARSENAL signing Nicolas Pepe snubbed Liverpool as Klopp would not offer him regular football.
L'Equipe claimed last week that Liverpool were one of the four clubs to have bids accepted by Lille.
Despite the winger opting not to join the Reds, Get French Football News understands this is because the club refused to offer him regular first team football at Anfield.
WHICH former Arsenal star helped Nicolas Pepe decide to come?
Why, Kolo Toure, of course.
Speaking to the club website, the £72m winger said: “Tourewas with us in the [national] squad as an assistant coach.
“He spoke to me a lot about the very high level, how he got to Arsenal and how you always have to work hard and really graft on a daily basis to try and get right to the very top.”
ANOTHER top talent has left West Brom…
After Louie Barry joined Barcelona last month, young forward Morgan Roberts has today signed for Manchester City.
The 17-year-old was on the Baggies bench for an FA Cup tie last year and has also featured for England's youth teams.
DANI ALVES is reportedly ready to return to Brazil and sign for Sao Paulo – ending Arsenal and Manchester City's interest in him.
Unlike their European counterparts, the South American side offered Alves a three-year contract.
According to Goal, that has won the day in the fight for his signature.
They claim Alves has reached a verbal agreement with the team he supported as a boy.
BAYERN MUNICH will have to pay out up to £145MILLION to land Leroy Sane this month.
The German side's pursuit of the Manchester City winger, 23, has become increasingly fractious in recent days.
Yet if Sane wants to leave and the German champions meet the asking price, there could be a deal done this month.
If he does go, Pep Guardiola would resist the urge to replace Sane by buying another left sided player before the Premier League window shuts next week.
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