Live Transfer Updates: Everton target Cheryshev, Woodburn to join Sheffield Utd & More

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Live Transfer Updates August 1: Everton target Cheryshev, Woodburn to join Sheffield Utd & More

Chelsea hope to beat Real Madrid to the signing of 29-year-old Bayern Munich and Poland striker Robert Lewandowski. (Source: Star)

Ben Woodburn is set to join Sheffield United from Liverpool before the start of the season. The Welshman will complete his medical soon. (Source: The Kop Times)

Luke Shaw

Defender Luke Shaw, is happy to see out the final year of his contract at Manchester United, despite interest from Wolfsburg. (Source: Mail)

Everton are interested in signing Russian midfielder Denis Cheryshev from Spanish club Villareal. (Source: Marca, via Talksport)

The Toffees will give goalkeeper Jordan Pickford a new contract to ward off interest from Chelsea. (Source: A Stamford Bridge Too Far)

Max Meyer

Crystal Palace are hoping to sign Germany forward Max Meyer from Schalke. The Eagles are also eager to sign midfielder Josef de Souza from Fenerbahce. (Source: Star)

Tottenham Hotspur have opened talks with French midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, from Valencia. The player has a release clause of £72m. (Source: To The Lane and Back)

Sevilla president Jose Castro has made it clear that he expects midfielder Steven N’Zonzi to remain at the club. The 29-year old was thought to be a target for Arsenal. (Source: Metro)

Fernando Llorente

Tottenham Hotspur striker Fernando Llorente, says he wants to stay at the club,despite being back-up to England captain Harry Kane. (Source: Evening Standard)

Manchester United have thus far failed in an attempt to offload French forward Anthony Martial this summer. They are asking for a price around €80m. (Source: We All Follow United)

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