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Transfer news LIVE: Real Madrid will dig heels in over Manchester United target Raphael Varane while Arsenal launch bid for Aaron Ramsdale

  • Real Madrid want to ‘make Raphael Varane talks difficult’ for Manchester United
  • Sportsmail provides all the latest updates as clubs look to get deals over the line
  • READ: Comprehensive Premier League club-by-club list of 2021 summer moves
  • Catch all the latest transfer news and done deals from around the world here

The summer transfer window is alive and kicking as clubs throughout Europe look to cement their squads ahead of next season.

It’s the future of Tottenham striker Harry Kane that will dominate much of the headlines until the close of the window at 11pm BST on August 31.

Manchester City are the favourites to land the England captain, and Sportsmail also understands they are confident of securing a £100million move for Jack Grealish after Euro 2020 comes to an end.

Meanwhile, Manchester United have confirmed the imminent arrival of Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho in a £73m deal, while Arsenal are trying to lure Ben White to the Emirates in a big-money move.

Sportsmail’s WILL GRIFFEE will keep you up-to-date with the latest negotiations, rumours and done deals below. 

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Mikel Arteta’s side will attempt to secure the stopper for well below the fee above and must hope the Blades’ relegation makes them more amenable to a sale. 

Manchester United are desperate for a long-term partner for Harry Maguire at the back and see Varane as the perfect fit but according to reports in Spain, talks will be fraught with Florentino Perez. 

The business end of the Euros, a transfer window hotting up – this is shaping up to be a cracking summer. Manchester United have already confirmed Jadon Sancho but might find it harder to secure another main target – Raphael Varane – more on that shortly. 

Keep it here for all the latest deals, rumours, incomings and outgoings throughout the day. 

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