Transfer roundup: Barcelona offer €100m & Coutinho for Neymar, Arsenal dealt double blow in transfer market
The busy summer transfer window is slowly gathering pace, with teams across Europe moving to secure targets in readiness for the new season.
We take a look at some of the biggest developing stories of the day in the world of football.
Real Madrid have allowed Marcos Llorente to leave and join rivals Atletico Madrid for an undisclosed fee. (Source: Futaa)
Liverpool are open to the idea of bringing Philippe Coutinho back to the club. (Source: Le 10 Sport)
Juventus will look to sell Sami Khedira and Blaise Matuidi in order to free up space in their midfield. (Source: Tuttosport)
Man Utd have rejected a loan offer for Alexis Sanchez from Palmeiras. (Source: Sport Witness)
Arsenal have been dealt a double blow in their attempt to bring in some fresh faces, as moves for both Yannick Carrasco and Ryan Fraser have stalled. (Source: Evening Standard)
Barcelona steps up Neymar chase and are offering €100m & Coutinho for Neymar. (Source: Sport)
AC Milan officials have held talks with their counterparts at Real Madrid over a number of potential targets. (Source: Calciomercato)
Neymar has no desire to return to Paris Saint-Germain as he pushes for a move elsewhere. (Source: Sport)
Real Madrid are refusing to let playmaker James Rodriguez leave the club on loan this season, instead holding out for a permanent deal amid interest from Napoli. (Source: Goal.com)