Paper Talk: Four top English clubs tracking Dutch sensation

Date published: Monday 4th April 2016 11:06

Riechedly Bazoer: Ajax midfielder linked with four Premier League clubs

Riechedly Bazoer: Ajax midfielder linked with four Premier League clubs

Four Premier League clubs are now said to be tracking Ajax and Holland midfielder Riechedly Bazoer, while Diego Costa has apparently been offered to Paris Saint-Germain.

PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS TRACK BAZOER

Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal are keen on Ajax and Holland midfielder Riechedly Bazoer, according to Tutto Juve.

The Italian website claims Juventus have been tracking the 19-year-old but are now looking at alternative targets after learning the four Premier League clubs are also interested, potentially doubling the price tag from 15million euros to 30million euros.

Bazoer, who started in the Netherlands’ 2-1 win over England last week and has made 33 appearances for Ajax this season, has apparently been watched by representatives of Arsenal at every game for several months.

AND THE REST

Antonio Conte was in London yesterday to finalise terms on his Chelsea contract (Daily Mirror/The Sun)

Jose Mourinho has emerged as a top target to be manager of Syria (The Sun)

Jorge Mendes has offered Chelsea striker Diego Costa to Paris Saint-Germain (France Football)

Manchester United hope to complete a deal for Renato Sanches after telling Benfica they’ll pay up to £40m for the midfielder this summer (A Bola)

Sunderland have put a £6.5million price tag on Emanuele Giaccherini, who is on loan at Bologna and also wanted by Juventus and Lazio (Daily Mirror)

Watford could hand Inter Milan’s former Newcastle full-back Davide Santon, 25, a Premier League return this summer (Daily Mirror/The Sun)

Derby will make a £1.5million bid for Bochum striker Simon Terrode, 28, who has scored 17 league goals this season (Daily Mirror)

Huddersfield will sign Kaiserslautern’s German left-back Chris Lowe, 26, on a free transfer this summer (Daily Mirror)

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