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Arsenal in 60 million transfer chase,
Man Utd closing in on new targets


DATE: 11.01.2016 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2016-17
 

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Arsenal is eager to make the moves that can give them a chance to win the Premier League. Torino forward Andrea Belotti is a close target and Arsene Wenger will have to splash the cash in the region of 60 million
 

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Stoke manager Mark Hughes have, according to several English tabloids, tabled a bid of 12 million for West Bromwich forward Saido Berahino. This could be the money needed for Tony Pulis to make a new attempt to try to win the battle for Jeffrey Schlupp from Leicester.

Rangers are in the chase for Berahino also, as they will try to win more "ground" in the race for the SPL title. If a move to Stoke is blocked, then it could be that the England U.23 international can head north.

Manchester United will be in the chase for PSG duo Jese Rodriguez and Grzegorz Krychowiak. A joint fee of 55 million will be what it takes to get the two players on board. Arsenal and West Ham are two other clubs reported to be interested.

Porto midfielder Sergio Oliveira (24) is a target for Southampton. A fee of 4 million will be what it takes to get the player to St Mary's.

Manchester United is linked with Le Havre youth star Yasser Larouci. The player is a talent that many clubs have eyes on, but it could be that Jose Mourinho is the front runner in the chase.

Sheffield Wednesday looks close to sign Barnsley forward Sam Winnall. A fee of only 500 000 could make the move to Hillsborough.

Chelsea are lining up a bid for Fenerbahce defender Simon Kjaer. Derby winger Tom Ince is a 8 million target for Newcastle. Max Gradel could soon be leaving Bournemouth, and looks certain to hand in a transfer request, a return to Leeds could be an option.

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri could be in with a new transfer problem in the summer. Riyad Mahrez is according to reports a target for Manchester United, Barcelona, Paris and Arsenal.

Atletico Madrid is eager to get their hands on "want away" Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. There is no secret that the Chile international is dreaming of a return to Spain, and of course a certainty to play first team football on a regular basis.

Borussia Dortmund defender Neven Subotic is eager to leave the Bundesliga and try his luck in the Premier League. Everton, West Bromwich Albion and Watford are all clubs mentioned as possible destination, with Liverpool and his former boss Jurgen Klopp also monitoring.

China could be next for Crystal Palace forward Christian Benteke. Another Belgian, Manchester United midfielder Mouroane Fellaini is also wanted in China, with big money moves probably happening in the summer.

Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp can spend up to 40 million in the January transfer market. Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is one target another is Milan forward Gabriel Barbosa.

 

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Mesut Ozil has not yet signed a new contract at Arsenal, and manager Arsene Wenger is said to be a bit stressed about the situation. Manchester City and Bayern Munich are two clubs that could be in the chase for Ozil.

Everton must increase their offer for Franck Kessie. The Ivory Coast international is currently with Atalanta, but a move will not happen with the type of bid received from Goodison Park.


Gerard Deulofeu is a target for AC Milan. The Everton winger looks close to a move that can be completed this week or early next week. West Ham and Leicester has also been mentioned, but the Italians looks front runners in the chase.

John Terry is a target for Bournemouth. Brentford forward Scott Hogan is chased by West Ham.

Aston Villa are among the clubs chasing Jeffrey Schlupp. Arsenal youngster Gedion Zelalem is close to a move to Borussia Dortmund.

Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho is a target for Southampton.

A number of clubs are impressed with the form of Hull midfielder Robert Snodgrass. Middlesbrough are among the chasing teams, so are Everton, West Ham and Watford according to reports.

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