Paper Talk: Wednesday’s football transfer rumours


Alexis Sanchez’s Arsenal team-mates are convinced that he wants to leave, according to one report in Wednesday’s Paper Talk.


Manchester United have agreed a £27million deal for Paris Saint-Germain defender Serge Aurier – even though the Ivory Coast international is currently banned from entering the UK.

Chelsea are back on the trail of Antonio Candreva after being given a boost to their hopes of landing him from Inter Milan.

Riyad Mahrez is increasingly hopeful of getting his big-money transfer to Roma and is ready to force a move if necessary.

Manchester United have enquired about the availability of Anderlecht midfielder Leander Dendoncker.

Liverpool are eyeing a move for Monaco winger and Arsenal target Thomas Lemar as a potential replacement for Philippe Coutinho.

Manchester United are one of three Premier League clubs trying to sign young Manchester City starlet Jadon Sancho.


Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed he held summer talks with Alvaro Morata, who eventually joined Chelsea from Real Madrid last month.

Alexis Sanchez has left his Arsenal team-mates convinced he wants to leave the club as he returned to training on Tuesday.

John Terry has laid down the challenge for Aston Villa this season in stark terms by insisting that only winning the Sky Bet Championship would be acceptable.


Watford are hoping to take versatile Manchester United youngster Timothy Fosu-Mensah on loan.

Manchester City have loaned three more senior players to Girona for the season as they strengthen their links with the LaLiga new boys.

Republic of Ireland legend Robbie Keane is set to join Indian Super League side Atletico de Kolkata.


Mauricio Pochettino fears Tottenham will not be able to challenge for the Premier League title unless he makes signings this summer.


Manchester City have insisted on a £50million buy-back option for Kelechi Iheanacho ahead of his move to Leicester.


Paulo Sergio wants a second crack at managing Hearts following the sacking of Ian Cathro.


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