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Transfer News: Done Deal, Man United Handed fresh De Jong boost; Fabregas Completes move to Serie B

A Chelsea offer for Fofana is in the works.

After learning about Leicester City's Wesley Fofana, Chelsea is reportedly plotting their next move.

Despite his extended injury absence, the Foxes value their center-half at £85 million.

As long as they keep working with Fofana, they won't have to rush into selling.

A further round of Antony nominations was shot down.

This summer, Man Utd has having problems completing transactions.

Antony was one of them and he worked with Erik ten Hag at Ajax. The bus will take the player to Old Trafford.

According to Goal, the Red Devils rejected a second offer because it was less than the £67 million they were asking for.

Leno is set to officially join Fulham.

According to the Athletic, a deal has been completed between Fulham and Arsenal to sign Bernd Leno for £8 million.

After falling down the Emirates hierarchy, the German is hoping to regain his starting position.

De Jong received a new push from Man U.

Barcelona has given Manchester United another motivation to chase midfielder Frenkie de Jong this summer.

The club is "doing everything," as the president puts it, to raise funds for the registration of its five summer recruits. Barca signed free agents Andreas Christensen and Franck Kessie from Chelsea and Milan, respectively, in March. Both players have been under contract with the club since then. The first two summer acquisitions have been made to Barca's roster.

Fabregas finalizes transfer to Serie B

World Cup-winning midfielder Cesc Fabregas has signed with Serie B club Como and stated his desire to help the team reach the top level of Italian soccer.

The former Arsenal and Chelsea great became a free agent in June after leaving Monaco, and immediately signed a two-year contract that will keep him playing until he is 36 years old.

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