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Welcome to 101 Great Goals’ daily round-up of the top transfer news and rumours for Thursday, June 23rd.


Newcastle could be forced to sell Alan Saint-Maximin in order to fund their summer business [Daily Mail]

Chelsea and Tottenham are thought to have shown an interest, but have been put off by his £40m price tag [Daily Mail]

Axel Witsel will join Atletico Madrid this summer, after becoming a free agent [Fabrizio Romano]

Hellas Verona are keen on Arsenal defender Pablo Mari this summer [Gianluca Di Marzio]

Nottingham Forest are in talks with Liverpool over a £15m move for defender Neco Williams [The Telegraph]

Meanwhile, Gareth Bale was spotted at the Cardiff training ground amid speculation he could sign with the Championship club [The Telegraph]

Leeds United are monitoring Club Brugges striker Charles de Ketelaere as a potential replacement for Raphinha [Fabrizio Romano]

Cody Gakpo is another option that they are keeping an eye on should the Brazilian leave [Foot Mercato]

Everton are keen on a move for Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks this summer [BBC Sport]

Brighton are on the verge of signing Nordsjælland forward Simon Adingra in a £6m deal [The Telegraph]

German shot-stopper Stefan Ortega is set to join Manchester City on a free transfer this summer [Kicker]

Arsenal’s young forwards Mika Biereth and Tyreece John-Jules have joined Ipswich Town and RKC Waalwijk respectively on loan for 2022/23 [Arsenal]

Sampdoria winger Mikkel Damsgaard is once again attracting Premier League attention, but is expected to remain in Italy until after the World Cup [BBC Sport]

Neymar has been offered to Barcelona, but Xavi’s focus is on Robert Lewandowski at present [El Chiringuito TV]

Xavi has also turned down a move for free agent Paulo Dybala [Sport]

RB Leipzig and several Premier League clubs are keen on Ajax midfielder Edson Alvarez [VI.NL]

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