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Latest transfer rumours, Arsenal, Man Utd, Real Madrid and more

DATE: 02.03.2018 - SOCCERVOICE - BLOG - SEASON 2017-18

Real Madrid star Marco Asensio is the player in the headlines this week, ragarding a possible move to Man Utd

Arsene Wenger is still the manager at Arsenal, but rumours are that Antonio Conte could be the one filling his boots in the summer. Strangely a manager still competing for a Champions League spot, reaching the EFL Cup final and winning the FA Cup last season, is a dead man walking, it shows how strange this world is.

Chelsea are in talks with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois over a new contract, but so far things looks a bit in the air, and things will be slowed down until the end of the season. Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are two clubs waiting with excitement.

Frank Lampard could be on his way back to Chelsea, not as a player but as a future manager at Stamford Bridge. The Blues legend is supposed to soon be part of a backroom staff at the club.


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Roma goalkeeper Alisson is a target for Liverpool. The Brazilian has this season impressed in Serie A and Champions League and could be tempted to get a chance at Anfiled.

Scott McTominay has yet to decide which country he will play for. The Manchester United midfielder, currently impressing in the first team, can play for either Scotland or England, and he is now reported to be close to a decission after speaking to Southgate and McLeish.

Tottenham are tracking Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus. The player has earlier been linked with both Manchester United and Arsenal, but now it is Spurs who are the one mentioned as a keen admirer.

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Mario Balotelli can be back in the Premier League next season. He can return on a free transfer and don't be surprised if clubs such as West Ham, Newcastle and Everton all will be tempted by the current news.

Arsenal are reported to be looking for players in all departments. But everything has to be on a budget. Gunners are not prepared to pay inflated fees to get the players they are looking for..

Former England boss
Steve McClaren could return to his former club Oxford United and become their next manager. McClaren played for the U's from 1989 to 1992. McClaren was also involved in coaching at Oxford, working under Jim Smith and Denis Smith.

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