Transfer Live Updates – Kovacic rejects United, Spurs target Lewis Cook & More

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Transfer Live Updates (August 2) – Kovacic rejects United, Spurs target Lewis Cook & More

Everton are not willing to match Barcelona‘s £35m valuation of Yerry Mina, and will instead move for Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo. (Source: Goal)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is keen to offload goalkeepers Loris Karius and Simon Mignolet this summer. (Source: The Kop Times)

Mateo Kovacic

Real Madrid and Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic, will not join Manchester United because he does not want to play under Jose Mourinho. (Source: Marca)

German club Bayer Leverkusen have made contact with Tottenham over signing 19-year-old English midfielder Marcus Edwards. (Source: Sun)

Manchester United want to replace Jose Mourinho with Zinedine Zidane should the current manager leave Old Trafford. (Source: We All Follow United)

Thibaut Courtois

Chelsea will risk losing 26-year-old Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois on a free transfer if they are unable to recruit a replacement before the transfer window closes on 9 August. (Source: Mail)

Stoke City manager Gary Rowett is confident that Jack Butland will remain at the club when the transfer window closes, amidst links with Chelsea. (Source: A Stamford Bridge Too Far)

Tottenham Hotspur are lining up a £30m bid for Bournemouth’s 21-year-old midfielder Lewis Cook, who captained England Under-20s to World Cup success last summer. (Source: Star)

Jack Grealish

Chelsea want Aston Villa’s 22-year-old English midfielder Jack Grealish, who is also a target for Tottenham. (Source: Sun)

West Ham United have had a £27m bid for striker Maxi Gomez rejected by Spanish club Celta Vigo, who are demanding the £35m release clause to be met. (Source: Mirror)

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