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In the meantime, speculation is showing no signs of slowing down when it comes to Burnley and the upcoming transfer window - or in Newcastle United’s case, a takeover.
And as ever, we’re sharing the latest rumours from around the Premier League – so scroll and click through the pages to see the latest news and gossip:
The Premier League have given the green light for clubs to return to training in small groups from Tuesday after an unanimous vote. (Various) The Premier League are close to signing off the £300m Saudi-led takeover of Newcastle United as they are yet to find sufficient evidence to support blocking the sale. (Football Insider) The Magpies’ offer for Uruguayan youngster Facundo Pellistri remains on the table, however Manchester City are working towards an agreement. (AS via Sports Witness) Club Brugge boss Philippe Clement admits Arsenal, Newcastle, Sheffield United and Wolves target Emmanuel Dennis is likely to depart this summer for around £22m. (La Derniere Heur) Chelsea have enquired about Barcelona goalkeeper Neto, who has been told he is surplus to requirements at the Nou Camp. (Daily Express) Borussia Monchengladbach defender Nico Elvedi is on Arsenal’s radar with the player potentially available on the cheap with just one year remaining on his contract. (Le10Sport) Leicester City remain hopeful of agreeing a new contract with Caglar Soyuncu amid reported interest from Liverpool and Barcelona. (Daily Mail) Wolves striker Raul Jimenez believes it is ‘very cool’ to be linked with Manchester United but insists it is just speculation - says the player’s father. (Medio Tiempo via Sports Witness) Wolves, Burnley, Leeds United, Nottingham Forest, Bristol City and Sunderland are considering offers for Hartlepool United youngster Harrison Webster. (TEAMTalk) Crystal Palace have identified Burnley’s Dwight McNeil as the ideal replacement for Wilfred Zaha as well as holding an interest in James Tarkowski. (Daily Mirror)