Real Madrid eyeing summer deal for PSG defender Thomas Meunier — Transfer Rumour

Real Madrid eyeing summer deal for PSG defender Thomas Meunier — Transfer Rumour

New Chelsea signing Bakayoko.

But Lacazette chose Arsenal over sitting on the Atleti sidelines until January and Everton offered Sandro wages of £120,000 per week to snub a move within La Liga and unveiled their £5.1m signing last week in another blow to Atleti's ambitions of strengthening their squad.

Last summer though, Meunier left his homeland to join PSG. We need more if you want to compete on these two different competitions, Champions League and Premier League, so we are hoping [for] more, we are really hoping [for] more. Rüdiger, to a degree, has helped him make that wish come true.

"He will fit in the system".

Conte has told Costa he is not part of his plans for the coming campaign and the Spaniard has his heart set on a return to Atletico and a reunion with boss Diego Simeone.

In an Instagram live video, the Spaniard is seen wearing his former club's colours, while he wrote in Spanish in the comments section "give a hug to Conte".

There were suggestions, understandable ones, that Conte always preferred Morata and it was Chelsea as a club pushing for Lukaku. But this player is far from the finished article: When he moved from Stuttgart to Roma two years ago, he spent a good while adapting to the league.

Alvaro Morata's future remains in doubt for the Spanish media, and Marca have a look at the situation in their Sunday edition.

Chelsea and Juventus were thought to be leading the way for the Real Madrid defender but City have now made an approach as they seek to meet Pep Guardiola's lavish demands for a full cohort of new full-backs.

At the tail end of last season, the Catalan publicly expressed his frustration with the players he has been using to fill positions of significant importance to his tactics - most notably Gael Clichy, Pablo Zabaleta, Bacary Sagna and Aleksandar Kolarov - stating that "they have no talent in the legs to go up and down".