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Monday’s transfer rumors – Chelsea line up two Mason Mount replacements

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The latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and much more.

Chelsea line up two Mason Mount replacements

The Blues have shortlisted Villarreal’s Yeremy Pino and AS Roma’s Lorenzo Pellegrini as potential transfer replacements for Mason Mount.

Mount’s contract runs out in less than two years. Chelsea want to extend it. However, if the Blues cannot strike an agreement with the midfielder, they have made contingency plans – namely pursuing Pino and Pellegrini. [Telegraph – subscription required]

Jutgla a target for Arsenal?

The Premier League leaders have reportedly expressed an interest in Club Brugge forward Ferran Jutgla.

Since a €5 million summer transfer from Barcelona, Jutgla has been in a rich vein of form. The 23-year-old Catalan has managed eight goals and five assists in 14 games for Club Brugge. He is under contract at the Belgian club until June 2027. [Totofichajes – in Spanish]

Laurent Blanc replaces Peter Bosz as Lyon’s manager

Neves to become a priority for Barcelona

Barcelona could turn their attention to Ruben Neves as a potential replacement for Sergio Busquets.

The Wolves midfielder is the man on Xavi Hernandez’s transfer list as a potential move for Martin Zubimendi appears to have gone cold, with reports claiming he will sign a new contract at Real Sociedad this month. [Diario Sport – in Spanish]

Dortmund name their price for Reyna

Borussia Dortmund could allow Giovanni Reyna to leave for a transfer fee of around €30 million.

The 19-year-old United States midfielder has struggled for game time at Dortmund this season. He has made just six appearances in all competitions and failed to start a single Bundesliga match. His situation has stirred interest from clubs in the Serie A. [Calciomercato – in Italian]

Chelsea to discuss Denis Zakaria’s situation

Barcelona plot another hurl of free transfers

The Blaugrana plan to dip into the free agency pool once more after a successful summer of free transfers.

The club signed Franck Kessie, Andreas Christensen, and Marcos Alonso for free in the previous transfer window. Barcelona, therefore, plan to monitor potential targets, who will be out of contract soon. [Diario Sport – in Spanish]