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Leicester City defender Harry Maguire has been chased by Man Utd since the early days of may last year, and now reports are that the England defender can be on his move to Old Trafford for a fee of £65million.
Liverpool will not recall Loris Karius from his loan spell at Besiktas. Stephane Lichtsteiner is close to getting a new deal extension at Arsenal.
Benfica wonderkid Joao Felix is closer to a £105million move to Man City. Pep Guardiola will be the lucky one in this chase that also included big names such as Athletico Madrid and Arsenal.
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Tottenham are favorites in the chase for Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon. The England U.21 international is most likely to stay on in the Premier League when The Cottagers return to Championship football next season.
Maurizio Sarri is under pressure and names are mentioned as his possible successor with Frank Lampard higher and higher in the list of rumors of people who can come in and take over the “boss” job at Stamford Bridge.
Bayern Munich defender David Alaba says he would look with interest if a Premier League club comes in with an offer in the summer. The Austrian international can operate in a number of areas and is a player for many clubs to consider. Leicester, Everton, Arsenal and West Ham might be knocking on the door.
Frank Lampard heavily linked with his former club Chelsea, could be looking for options in the summer with rumours about a possible sale of Derby County, with Mel Morris interested to “sell” as his investments are now close to £200million.
Callum Hudson-Odoi is a player in demand and the coming England U.21 international will most certainly consider offers coming from Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund, to stay at Chelsea could be stagnation as his first team chances will be limited.
Real Madrid is planning a raid in England under “comeback” manager Zinedine Zidane. Felipe Anderson (West Ham) and Eden Hazard (Chelsea) are two top priority targets. To hold back here will probably be difficult as both players are prepared and ready to jump at the chance to play for this giant of a club.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not yet been offered the job at Old Trafford permanently, but rumors are that he will be, but he needs to “freshen” up his squad in the summer, brining in new players and getting some out. One of those new players could be Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho, with the former Liverpool player more adaptable in the Premier League.
Christian Eriksen is also on the radar of Real Madrid, with the Tottenham and Denmark midfielder one of the most wanted players in Europe. Gareth Bale could be considered as a sensational “swop” if the deal becoming reality. Another player that could be heading to Spurs is Bayern Munich midfielder James Rodrigues who also could be a grand target for Wolverhampton Wanderers.