While United and Liverpool are keen, it is two different Premier League sides who have now surged to the head of the queue for the attacker
Tottenham plot move for World Cup star available for incredibly low fee, but West Ham and Euro giants lurking
Tottenham have begun targeting a World Cup player who holds a shockingly low transfer fee, although West Ham also want him
The Frenchman was forced off during the first half of the 2-0 home defeat by Leicester in the final game before the World Cup break
Liverpool, Chelsea primed to capture England ace as Prem club admit defeat and ready themselves for £100m sale
Liverpool and Chelsea have taken a big step closer to signing a top-class England star after his current club came to the realisation he will be leaving
Chelsea are prepared to go big next summer and are eyeing up a double deal worth £280million in order to solve their midfield problem.