Rumour Mill: Chelsea track Man Utd ace, Lallana talks planned

Date published: Tuesday 13th September 2016 12:02

Matteo Darmian

Chelsea could offer Matteo Darmian an exit route from Manchester United, while Liverpool plan Adam Lallana contract talks.

Arsenal

Arsenal could battle Manchester United and Tottenham for the services of Real Madrid star James Rodriguez in January (Diario Gol)

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says they will open talks with Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil and Chile forward Alexis Sanchez, both 27, about extending their contracts at Emirates Stadium (Daily Express)

 

Bournemouth

Bournemouth and Leicester are both interested in Udinese midfielder Jakub Jankto (The Guardian)

 

Diego Costa: Fired Chelsea to victory

Chelsea

Atletico Madrid president says he was desperate to re-sign Diego Costa this summer but Chelsea refused to do business (Cadena COPE)

Lazio will offer Stefan de Vrij a new contract in an effort to stop him joining Chelsea, according to reports (Daily Express)

Juventus star Juan Cuadrado admits he did everything in his power to orchestrate a move away from Chelsea this summer

Chelsea are reportedly interested in ending Matteo Darmian’s struggles for first-team football at Manchester United with a bid for the player in January (Calciomercato)

 

Everton

Ross Barkley is considering his future at Everton, with his new £100,000-a-week deal still unsigned. Tottenham, Man Utd, Man City and Chelsea are all said to be interested (Squawka)

 

Hull

West Brom blocked interest from Newcastle, Sheffield Wednesday and Hull for winger Callum McManaman (The Telegraph)

 

Leicester

Leicester and Bournemouth are both interested in Udinese midfielder Jakub Jankto (The Guardian)

 

Adam Lallana: Midfielder struck superb goal in victory

Liverpool

Liverpool are to battle Tottenham for River Plate star Lucas Alario (Marca)

Axel Witsel will definitely leave Zenit St Petersburg at the end of the season and Liverpool could renew their interest in the Belgian (Daily Mirror)

England midfielder Adam Lallana, 28, could be set for a new Liverpool contract after his impressive start to the season (Daily Express)

 

Manchester City

City and Inter Milan have completed a deal for the permanent transfer of Stevan Jovetic (TuttoMercatoWeb)

 

Manchester United

Manchester United were among the clubs who made enquires to Tottenham over Christian Eriksen (Foot-Sur 7)

Jose Mourinho could reinforce his defence with the addition of Pepe from Real Madrid (Marca)

Christian Eriksen: Midfielder remains in talks with club

 

Middlesbrough

Boro are on the trail of Malaga star Juanpi Anor (Don Balon)

 

Southampton

Tottenham made a lucrative bid for Sofiane Boufal before he joined Southampton for a club-record fee (The Sun)

 

Sunderland

Sunderland failed to push through a deal for Franck Kessie in the summer, and Italy’s biggest clubs are now on the trail of the Atalanta midfielder (Calciomercato)

 

Swansea

Swansea and West Brom have joined Chelsea in the race for free agent Martin Caceres (Daily Star)

Martin Caceres: Defender previously worked with Conte

Tottenham

Liverpool are to battle Tottenham for River Plate star Lucas Alario (Marca)

Manchester United were among the clubs who made enquires to Tottenham over Christian Eriksen (Foot-Sur 7)

Tottenham made a lucrative bid for Sofiane Boufal before he joined Southampton for a club-record fee (The Sun)

 

West Brom

West Brom blocked interest from Newcastle, Sheffield Wednesday and Hull for winger Callum McManaman (The Telegraph)

The Baggies are set to seal a £170m deal with new Chinese owners on Thursday, with Tony Pulis keen for talks to resolve his future (The Telegraph)

West Brom are reportedly set to offer short-term deals to Marouane Chamakh and Momo Sissoko (The Telegraph)

Schalke’s former Chelsea striker Franco Di Santo has confirmed West Brom made a late transfer window move to sign him (Kicker)

 

West Ham

West Ham have launched an investigation into the £6.2m deal that saw Arthur Masuaku move to the club from Greek champions Olympiacos in the summer (Daily Mail)

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