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Arsenal will have to decide how to proceed on the Ivan Fresneda deal. He’s yet to decide his future, with Borussia Dortmund also in the race and Real Valladolid keen to keep him on loan until the summer.

Real Betis want Hector Bellerin back, this is something they wanted since last summer but at the moment there’s no green light from Barcelona. We will see if that changes in the final days of the window.

Franck Kessie won’t leave Barcelona, Xavi confirms: “I’ve never considered Kessie’s departure. Kessie is a player I like, he gives us many variants in a game and he can be really important.”

Bournemouth are now set to sign Nico Jackson, here we go! Full agreement on personal terms and between clubs with Villarreal for €23m fee plus €2.5m add ons, he will be in UK for medical tests today. One more big signing for Bournemouth after Ouattara.

Brighton have made an opening bid for Mykola Matvienko — it’s close to €11m but it’s still far from Shakhtar Donetsk expectation. Shakhtar want €30m fee to sell the Ukrainian centre back in January.

Moises Caicedo: “I’m focused on Brighton. I’m here, I’m focused on this club so things from outside don’t trouble me, nor does it take that focus away because I’m focused only on here. I only try to be focused on club which opened the doors for me to be playing every week.”

Chelsea will push again for Malo Gusto this week. Talks are ongoing after they saw an opening bid rejected by Lyon. Chelsea are not giving up, despite Lyon fighting to keep the player. Personal terms have been agreed as revealed yesterday, as Malo Gusto dreams of Premier League football.

Chelsea have approached Benfica for Enzo Fernandez again one week ago, but there is no change. Benfica president Rui Costa has been very clear again: €120m or nothing. No fresh proposal has been made, as things stand — and no new contacts with Benfica.

Enzo Fernandez celebrates a goal for Benfica

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