Arsenal set for Tottenham 'transfer battle' as Newcastle United tipped for '£10m loss'

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All the latest transfer news surrounding some of the Premier League's biggest clubs.

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us, and there is no sign of anyone pulling away in any direction. The title, top four and European races are all hotly contested, while the relegation battle is also picking up nicely.

Liverpool continue to lead the way at the top, but Arsenal and Manchester City are applying plenty of pressure, and we should see plenty of twists and turns over the next few weeks as European football returns. In the meantime, we have rounded up the latest transfer news from around the Premier League.

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Neto race

Arsenal are reportedly set to make a move for a long-term target of theirs in Wolves star Pedro Neto, but they are not alone. The winger has been a sensation this season, standing out in an impressive Wolves side under Gary O'Neill.

According to TalkSPORT, Arsenal will make a move this summer, but they will have to battle it out with North London rivals Tottenham. Wolves will reportedly demand around £60million for their star winger this summer.

Wilson decision

Newcastle are reportedly set to cash in on one of their strikers this summer. Callum Wilson is the man who will reportedly make way, with Alexander Isak now the clear starter up top. Wilson has proved an important player for the Magpies over recent years, but out of contract in 2025, he is set for a departure, according to the Daily Mail.

The report also claims that Newcastle will lose up to £10million on Wilson due to his age - 31 - his injuries and the fact he is out of contract in the near future. Newcastle paid £20million to sign Wilson from Bournemouth in 2020 and it's reported they will as for between £10million and £15million for his signature this summer.

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