Paper talk and transfer rumours, Eriksen to Man Utd, Swedish sensation in Chelsea link

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Christian Eriksen is a close target for Manchester United as they are preparing for a run of summer signings. The Dane is a player that has over the last seasons been a key to Tottenham’s rise in performance.

Chelsea are of course also in the headlines this Sunday, with Swedish forward Alexander Isak mentioned as a top target. The 19 year old Borussia Dortmund player joined the Bundesliga in 2017, coming in from AIK Stockholm.

One of the players mostly linked with a move to Manchester United is Napoli midfielder Kalidou Kouibaly, but the price tag could even scare The Red Devils. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must probably cash out a fee of £110 million to fetch his close target.

Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhake is said to be in line for a move to Inter Milan in the summer. A few would see that as one “in the air”,  with Unai Emery possibly ready to make changes.

Brendan Rodgers will try to bolster his squad to get even closer to the top six teams and the player he is now set to target is Daniel Sturridge. Sturridge is out of contract at Liverpool in the summer and as a free agent Leicester City could be seen as a good place to continue his career.

Michy Batshuayi could leave Chelsea in the summer and seek a permanent move to Borussia Dortmund. Chelsea want a staggering £40million for their striker. The Belgian international is in high demand and currently playing for Crystal Palace. The 25 year old has this season also been loaned out to Valencia before joining up at Selhurst Park.

Toby Alderweireld is a player that could be seeking a move in the summer with Tottenham probably getting bids from Arsenal, Chelsea and Bayern Munich. Alderweireld joined Tottenham in 2015. He has earlier played for Ajax, Atletico Madrid and Southampton.

Celtic left back wonder Kieran Tierney is mentioned as a possible Manchester United target with him being chased by a number of Premier League clubs. Tierney (21) has not been expressing any thoughts about leaving, but in a way to get in more funds to buy players and getting into the Champions League “big league”, he might be seen as a player to “let go”.

Swansea manager Graham Potter is in the “pond” of names to be mentioned as Celtic will find a new manager in the summer. Caretaker boss Neil Lennon will of course also be on that list, but so far nothing is said or done.

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