Rumour Mill: Chelsea star wants exit; Aubameyang update

Date published: Thursday 9th March 2017 11:40

A Chelsea star wants a move to Portugal to try and lift the Champions League, while Man City are preparing for an Aguero exit, according to Thursday’s rumours.

ARSENAL

Arsenal will lose Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer – in addition to Alexis Sanchez (various)

Monaco want £52m for 22-year-old midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, who is a reported target for Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United (France Football)

West Ham are to reportedly challenge Arsenal for £30million-rated Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson (London Evening Standard)

Paris Saint-Germain have joined Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham in the race to sign Real Madrid’s out-of-favour midfielder Isco (talkSPORT)

BOURNEMOUTH

West Brom are interested in signing Bournemouth defender Steve Cook in the summer (Daily Mail)

CHELSEA

Monaco want £52m for 22-year-old midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, who is a reported target for Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United (France Football)

Antonio Conte has received a boost in his bid to sign Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly with the player’s agent admitting a move away is possible (Daily Star)

David Luiz wants to return to Benfica and lift the Champions League (Daily Star)

Barcelona scouted Cesar Azpilicueta, Nemanja Matic and Marcos Alonso during Chelsea’s 2-1 to West Ham on Monday (Calciomercato, via Marca)

Roma midfielder and Chelsea target Radja Nainggolan has admitted a move is possible in the future but insists he is happy at the club (Daily Mail)

Chelsea are in talks to sign MLS starlet Kelechi Onyewuenyi (Daily Star)

LIVERPOOL

Liverpool have joined Juventus in the race to sign Real Madrid defender Danilo (Daily Express)

Juventus are looking into the signing of Athletic Bilbao striker and Liverpool target Inaki Williams (deia)

MANCHESTER CITY

Leonardo Bonucci spent 24 hours discussing a move to Manchester City – his wife has revealed (MEN)

Monaco want £52m for 22-year-old midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, who is a reported target for Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United (France Football)

Manchester City will target Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 27, if Sergio Aguero leaves the Etihad at the end of the season (The Sun)

Paris Saint-Germain have joined Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham in the race to sign Real Madrid’s out-of-favour midfielder Isco (talkSPORT)

 

MANCHESTER UNITED

Monaco want £52m for 22-year-old midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, who is a reported target for Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United (France Football)

Marouane Fellaini has ruled out a move to China after being linked with a move to the Chinese Super League in February

MIDDLESBROUGH

West Ham are to reportedly challenge Arsenal for £30million-rated Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson (London Evening Standard)

NEWCASTLE

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez is ready to return for young Nottingham Forest winger Ben Osborn if his side clinch promotion to the Premier League (Daily Mirror)

Aleksandar Mitrovic looks set to leave Newcastle in the summer, with Italian clubs interested (The Sun)

TOTTENHAM

Gareth Bale has begged Real Madrid to sign Dele Alli if they sell Cristiano Ronaldo, according to reports in Spain (The Sun)

Paris Saint-Germain have joined Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham in the race to sign Real Madrid’s out-of-favour midfielder Isco (talkSPORT)

WEST BROM

West Brom are interested in signing Bournemouth defender Steve Cook in the summer (Daily Mail)

WEST HAM

West Ham are to reportedly challenge Arsenal for £30million-rated Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson (London Evening Standard)

West Ham are bracing themselves for fresh bids for Andy Carroll in the summer (Daily Mirror)

West Ham hope to solve their right-back problem with the £5m signing of St-Etienne’s Kevin Malcuit this summer (Daily Mirror)

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