The flurry of transfer rumours and potential moves has already begun and we have to sort through the fact from the fiction. Arsenal fans will be hoping their club is busy in the transfer market after a poor start to the Premier League campaign this season but will Unai Emery still be in charge by that point?
Chelsea is hoping their FIFA-imposed transfer ban is lifted so they can add to their squad but how much will they have to spend if they are allowed to bring in new stars? Spurs, meanwhile, will be wondering what moves Daniel Levy will be working on for new manager Jose Mourinho after Mauricio Pochettino’s shock sacking. Football fanatics from all over the world can buy Premier League Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
Many of the players who were linked with moves to the Premier League in the summer will once again be making headlines; for sure while there will be plenty of other names cropping up too. For all the latest transfer news as it happens, stay with us on our live blog below.
Zidane sends message to Mbappe
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane says he is in love with Kylian Mbappe, ahead of his side’s Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain. I’ve known him for a long time I’ve been in love with him for a long time, but as a person first.
He came here for a trial a long time ago. Tomorrow he comes here as an opponent. What’s important to me is what we are going to do. We know the player he is and his importance to his team. We have to be ready.
Wilder a contender for West Ham job
According to The Mirror, West Ham is considering Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder as their next manager, should they decide to sack current boss Manuel Pellegrini.
Mourinho keeps tabs on duo
According to 90min, Jose Mourinho has asked agent Jorge Mendes to keep him informed on Benfica defender Ruben Dias and Sporting midfielder Bruno Fernandes.
Sterling waiting on Guardiola
According to FourFourTwo, Raheem Sterling is waiting to see if Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola commits his long term future to the club before signing a new contract.
Mourinho eyes former Chelsea player
Spurs boss Jose Mourinho is reportedly eyeing former Chelsea defender Nathan Ake as they step up the chase for a long-term Jan Vertonghen replacement.
Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld are both out of contract at the end of the season, and Mourinho is said to be hoping to sign at least one new center-back in the next two transfer windows. According to Football Insider, Spurs believe Bournemouth star Ake could be the choice for the left-sided center-back, who could also fill in at left-back.
Arsenal eye Wolves youngster
Arsenal, Liverpool, and PSG are all said to be tracking Wolves youngster Owen Otasowie. The 18-year-old center-back has reportedly caught the eye of the three clubs after impressing for the club’s academy, with German club Schalke also taking an interest.
Otasowie is out of contract in the summer, but should he move abroad the signing club will have to pay compensation. The youngster can also play in midfield, according to the Sun, and is available for England, Nigeria and the USA but has not made a decision on his international future.
West Ham tracking Bundesliga star
West Ham is reportedly eyeing Paderborn striker Streli Mamba. The 25-year-old scored twice in the weekend’s 3-3 draw against Borussia Dortmund, taking his tally to four goals and an assist in eight Bundesliga games this season.
And Calciomercato state that West Ham is one of the clubs keen on the striker. He was signed by the German side for just €500,000 in the summer and could represent something of a bargain if Paderborn decides to move him on.
West Ham is described as in the front row for the player, with competition from the Eredivisie, Bundesliga, and Atalanta from Serie A
Mourinho on Zlatan
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has predictable been linked with Spurs since Jose Mourinho’s arrival, and the manager was asked about him in yesterday’s press conference.
Crystal Palace linked to Gabigol
Crystal Palace has been linked with a €40million for Inter striker Gabriel Barbosa (aka Gabigol), who has been on loan at Flamengo. The 23-year-old moved from Brazil to Milan in 2016 but has since been on three loan spells.
And following a starring role in the Copa Libertadores final, in which he scored both of his side’s goals in a 2-1 win, Gabigol has been linked with a permanent move away from Serie A.
Corriere della Sera says Palace is on the track to sign the Brazil international, with Tuttosport claiming that he is now valued at around €40m, whereas before late goals for Flamengo it was closer to €25m.
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