Paper Talk: Chelsea to press ahead with move for £30m man

Date published: Friday 27th April 2018 8:09

Tottenham are prepared to sell four players this summer to raise £170million, while Arsenal boss contender Luis Enrique wants £200million to spend, all in the papers.


Tottenham are ready to raise £170million this summer by selling four players, according to the Daily Mail.

England left-back Danny Rose, 27, Belgium centre-back Toby Alderweireld, 29,  Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama, 26, and Belgium midfielder Mousa Dembele, 30, will all be offloaded this summer, claims the report.

Rose, Alderweireld and Wanyama are all rated in the £50million bracket, while the club are hoping to get £20million for Dembele, who has just one year remaining on his contract.

Mauricio Pochettino is looking to strengthen his squad for next season and he wants proven “winners” as he looks to turn his squad from nearly men into a successful side.

The Spurs boss wants to change his squad’s mentality and he is willing to sacrifice four key players from his time at the club.



Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says he deserves the credit for bringing Mohamed Salah to Chelsea when he was in charge at Stamford Bridge – not the blame for selling the Liverpool forward to Roma in 2016. (Various)

Leicester City manager Claude Puel is fighting to save his job as the club plans a big-money squad overhaul this summer. (Telegraph)

Liverpool were handed a Sadio Mane injury scare – but a thigh injury should not keep the star out of the Champions League semi-final in Rome. (Daily Mirror)

Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has insisted lightning can strike twice for the club in the Champions League – this time against Liverpool. (Daily Mirror)

Jamie Vardy’s captaincy skills have been hailed by Leicester boss Claude Puel. (Daily Mirror)

Wales forward Gareth Bale is frustrated at his lack of playing time at Real Madrid, but there are doubts whether a Premier League club would be able to afford the 28-year-old. (Guardian)

Arsenal will rival Atletico Madrid and Napoli for Bayer Leverkusen’s 26-year-old Germany goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who is available for a fee of about £17.5m. (Bild)

West Ham have joined the race to sign 30-year-old Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans for £3m as Premier League sides prepare for West Brom’s relegation. (Mirror)

Everton manager Sam Allardyce’s failure to receive public support from club owner Farhad Moshiri has left the former England boss’ Goodison Park future uncertain. (Mail)

Brazilian midfielder Andreas Pereira will leave Manchester United this summer if the 22-year-old is not given reassurances about first-team chances. (Telegraph)

Steven Gerrard is poised to make Gary McAllister his right-hand man in a new Rangers management team. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool have been urged to sign Jack Butland from Stoke this summer by former Reds goalkeeper Ray Clemence. (Daily Star)

Barcelona are ready to offer Ousmane Dembele to Arsenal in a swap deal to secure the signing of Hector Bellerin this summer. (Daily Star)

Alexis Sanchez will have added incentive to beat Arsenal when Manchester United face them on Sunday, says Phil Jones. (Daily Express)

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has told staff to press on with transfer plans despite uncertainty over the future of manager Antonio Conte, including a move for Nice’s £30m-rated Ivory Coast midfielder Jean-Michael Seri, 26. (Mirror)

Former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique, the favourite to take over from Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, wants £200m to revamp the Gunners squad next season. (Sun)

A more pragmatic manager, such as Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone, should replace Wenger at Emirates Stadium, says former Republic of Ireland midfielder Andy Townsend. (BBC Radio 5 live)

Manchester United have beaten Liverpool and Chelsea to signing of 15-year-old midfielder Martin Svidersky. The Slovakian, who has been playing youth football for FC Tatran Presov, was also interesting Manchester City and West Ham. (Mail)

Former England, Tottenham and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell is set to be interviewed by Ipswich Town as they look for a replacement for Mick McCarthy. (Telegraph)


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