Wednesday’s big transfer rumours: Chelsea likely to offload central midfielder on loan

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What the papers say Tottenham are worried about losing defender Toby Alderweireld on a free transfer next summer, with the club reportedly open to offers in the January transfer window according to the Daily Mirror. The Belgian has caught the attention of Roma but the Serie A side failed to meet the £25 million release clause in his contract. Paris Saint-Germain have rejected Barcelona’s opening bid to sign Neymar, reports the Daily Mail. The La Liga side offered £74 million and Philippe Coutinho for the Brazilian, but the French side have reportedly said they want more money and more players.         View this post on Instagram                   3 points @manchesterunited @marcusrashford #mufc #daretocreate A post shared by Paul Labile Pogba (@paulpogba) on Apr 13, 2019 at 12: 52pm PDT Another on-off move over the summer has been Paul Pogba, with the Telegraph reporting that Manchester United will not listen to any offers for the French midfielder during the current European transfer window. A host of Italian sides are interested in landing former Tottenham striker Fernando Llorente, with Lazio keen to offer a deal and outmuscle Napoli, Roma and Fiorentina, according to the Daily Mail.  #PreSeason @ChelseaFC pic.twitter.com/LkPqITKuLM — T.Bakayoko14 (@TimoeB08) July 5, 2019 Tiemoue Bakayoko could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge, with Monaco looking to bring in the defensive midfielder on loan according to the Daily Mail. Bakayoko made 29 appearances for the Blues in his first season, but went out on loan to Milan in the last campaign. Social media round-up #Napoli, agreement reached with PSV for #Lozano: Friday decisive https://t.co/MByixR80yg pic.twitter.com/E6erNd5BkR — CalcioMercato (En) (@CmdotCom_En) August 13, 2019 “There is a good chance I’ll stay at @AFCAjax.” Van de Beek spoke after tonight’s match… … and @RealMadridEN fans will be worried by what he had to say. QUOTES: https://t.co/2hpTcMdOua pic.twitter.com/hx27ixVZ1R — MARCA in English (@MARCAinENGLISH) August 13, 2019 Players to watch Sean Longstaff: Manchester United may end up disappointed in their attempts to sign the midfielder as current club Newcastle are in talks over a new contract, reports the Times. Mario Balotelli during his time at Liverpool (Nick Potts/PA) Mario Balotelli: The former Manchester City man could be heading to Flamengo in Brazil, with officials flying out to Marseille to discuss a deal, according to Corriere dello Sport. Daniel Sturridge: DC United are among those interested in the former Liverpool man, AS says. NOW READ… TRANSFERS 7 players who were persistently linked with Premier League moves… but never came QUIZ! Can you name Wesley Sneijder’s 25 most frequent Netherlands team-mates? LIST 6 successful managerial stints that started with defeats New features you’d love on FourFourTwo.com Topics Transfer news, Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona, PSG, Manchester United, Chelsea, Newcastle United, Liverpool, Manchester City Friday’s big transfer rumours: Tottenham want part-exchange swap with Everton The 20 most powerful agents in football Summer transfer rumours: the 10 big moves to watch this week Summer transfer rumours: the 10 big moves to watch Tottenham concerned about losing Toby Alderweireld for nothing – so will welcome offers Tottenham do not need trophies to be deemed successful, says Ledley King What Celtic’s Champions League exit means for the club Manchester United demonstrate how desperate they are to loan out Alexis Sanchez Mo Salah plays keepy-uppy with young amputee footballers Neymar has chosen his preferred destination between Barcelona and Real Madrid – but it’s not that simple Jurgen Klopp decided to take a massive gamble in the transfer window – here’s why Juventus have made contact with Christian Eriksen – but there’s some good news for Tottenham 7 players who were persistently linked with Premier League moves… but never came The real ‘anti-Guardiola’? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reaping the rewards of Manchester United’s counter-attack

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