Rumour Mill: Arsenal, Chelsea eye Italian; Bayern want Belotti

Date published: Friday 17th February 2017 11:06

Chelsea and Arsenal are set to do battle over a Serie A star, while Bayern Munich have entered the race to sign in-demand Bologna striker Andrea Belotti, according to Friday’s transfer rumours.

ARSENAL

Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez plans to quit the club after a row with his team-mates following Wednesday’s humbling 5-1 Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich (The Sun)

Arsene Wenger is preparing to leave Arsenal at the end of the season – and make a complete break from the club in the process (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal fear Alexis Sanchez has decided to leave the club, with Juventus and PSG ready to do battle for his signature (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal have begun actively working on the succession plan to Arsene Wenger ahead of his likely exit this summer (Daily Telegraph)

Lucas Perez, 28, is prepared to leave the Gunners this summer in order to fulfil his dream of playing for Spain at the 2018 World Cup (Goal)

Fiorentina ace Federico Bernardeschi is interesting some of Europe’s top clubs including Arsenal – who are understood to be particularly interested – and Chelsea (Calciomercato)

Arsenal and Chelsea target Sead Kolasinac could now sign a new deal at Bundesliga side Schalke with his future still up in the air (Tuttosport)

CHELSEA

Chelsea have reportedly joined a clutch of high-class teams from across Europe in the race to sign Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud (Guardian)

Chelsea starlet Dominic Solanke is ready to join Liverpool in a surprise summer switch (The Sun)

Manchester United and Chelsea target James Rodriguez insists that he wants to extend his stay at Real Madrid (Metro)

Forward Pedro has changed his mind and is looking to stay with Chelsea after all (The Sun)

Chelsea are also keen on Torino forward Andrea Belotti, but Bayern Munich have made a bid for the talented 23-year-old (La Stampa, via Daily Express)

Barcelona star Arda Turan has dropped a huge transfer hint by purchasing a house in Chelsea, while he was also spotted with Blues striker Diego Costa earlier this month. (Turkish-Football)

Croatian midfielder Mario Pasalic, who is on loan at AC Milan, is unsure whether he will return to Chelsea in the summer (Corriere dello Sport)

Fiorentina ace Federico Bernardeschi is interesting some of Europe’s top clubs including Arsenal – who are understood to be particularly interested – and Chelsea (Calciomercato)

Arsenal and Chelsea target Sead Kolasinac could now sign a new deal at Bundesliga side Schalke with his future still up in the air (Tuttosport)

EVERTON

Premier League duo Everton and Leicester are eyeing up a summer move for Hamburg midfielder Walace (Daily Mirror)

LEICESTER

Premier League duo Everton and Leicester are eyeing up a summer move for Hamburg midfielder Walace (Daily Mirror)

LIVERPOOL

Chelsea starlet Dominic Solanke is ready to join Liverpool in a surprise summer switch (The Sun)

Liverpool midfielder Emre Can is a summer target for Serie A giants Juventus (Tutto Mercato Web, via Daily Star)

While Juventus want to beat Liverpool to the signing of Borussia Moenchengladbach midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud (Liverpool Echo)

MANCHESTER UNITED

Jose Mourinho has been urged to buy Atalanta star Franck Kessie by international colleague Eric Bailly (The Sun)

Manchester United and Chelsea target James Rodriguez insists that he wants to extend his stay at Real Madrid (Metro)

Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic should join Manchester United, according to former Croatia star Dario Simic (Vercernji, via IB Times)

Manchester United have secured a pre-contract agreement with Benfica defender Victor Lindelof (Calciomercato)

Saint-Etienne winger Romain Hamouma says he dreams of signing for a club like Manchester United (L’Equipe)

TOTTENHAM

Tottenham sent scouts to watch Anderlecht midfielder Youri Tielemans on Thursday night (Daily Mail)

AC Milan are working on a deal to bring Tottenham midfielder Moussa Sissoko to the San Siro (TalkSport)

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