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Premier League transfer news

Premier League transfer news for the “Big Six” clubs

The Premier League's biggest clubs Man United, Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Liverpool are lining up their January moves and focusing on recruiting coaching staff with the season well underway. Reportedly Manchester United have approached Chelsea over a move for Willian. Jose Mourinho is keen on bringing the Brazilian to Old Trafford to join his successful side asap. United made a recent inquiry for Chelsea star Willian but have been interested in the winger ever since the Special One took charge of United 18 months ago. Reportedly Willian is open to making the move up north leaving his current boss Antonio Conte. However, Chelsea have no intention of selling such an important player mid-way through the campaign unless they are offered an astronomical fee. Conte plans to keep his squad intact as the Blues look to go past United and Manchester City in the defense of their title to win the EPL trophy a second time in a row. Willian has failed to secure a regular place under Antonio Conte. Superstar Eden Hazard has allegedly been contacted by Zinedine Zidane over a move to Real Madrid. One report claims that the Belgian star was holding out on signing a £300,000-a-week extension at Chelsea as he waits to hear from Real. Apparently, there will be an all-out bid to clinch the deal that almost came off in the summer while Hazard is stalling over signing a new £300,000-a-week Chelsea deal in case Real Madrid come calling. The Belgium star, 26, insists he is happy at Stamford Bridge but is keeping his options open. Real Madrid may make a sensational swoop for Raheem Sterling. City are ready to smash the £300,000-a-week barrier to make him the Premier League’s top-paid player.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly ready to make Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic United’s record signing in a £95million move as a main target in January. United are bracing themselves for Henrikh Mkhitaryan offers. The Armenian has featured just once since the November defeat to Chelsea. Mkhitaryan will not be heading to Inter Milan after a proposed swap deal involving Joao Mario was turned down. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side are 11 points clear at the top of the England Premier League Table. Guardiola is looking to hire a center-back in January to improve his squad even further. Guardiola plans to strengthen City’s defense by signing either Virgil van Dijk or Inigo Martinez.Guardiola has convinced City‘s board to allocate the funds to improve his backline in the January transfer window.

Tottenham Hotspur along with Arsenal are reportedly chasing Real Madrid starlet Dani Ceballos. The 21-year-old midfielder is not getting much game time under Real boss Zinedine Zidane. Reportedly Arsenal have landed Sevilla central midfielder Steven N’Zonzi from Sevilla in a deal that will see the Gunners pay the La Liga side more than £35million in January. Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud is reportedly desperate to seal a loan move to secure a place in France’s World Cup squad with West Ham and Crystal Palace leading the race. Arsene Wenger is set to lose his fellow countryman when the transfer window opens in January. Arsenal are having talks in London with Sevilla star Steven N’Zonzi. The midfielder has turned his career around in Spain after a disappointing three-year spell at Stoke. Everton are also interested. Liverpool are ready to splash the big cash in the January transfer market hoping that Jurgen Klopp may finally get his hands on Southampton central defender Virgil van Dijk. Philippe Coutinho is set to agree a stunning five-year deal with Barcelona worth an astonishing £127million in January, according to reports. The Brazilian netted a Champions League hat-trick in the 7-0 thumping of sorry Spartak. Liverpool and Man City will battle Barcelona for the signature of Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri, according to reports.

Meanwhile, Bournemouth are demanding £15million for striker Benik Afobe who struggled to make an impact for manager Eddie Howe since joining from Wolves for £10m in January 2016. Newcastle are linked to German midfield inspiration Dominick Drexler. Aston Villa and Cardiff City are also keen on the 27-year-old playmaker, who is going great guns with newly-promoted Holstein Kiel in the Bundesliga’s second division. Southampton have been keeping a close eye on Basel winger Mohamed Elyounoussi. The Saints watched the Norwegian international in action last weekend. Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez will demand a £20million transfer war chest to boost his squad in January after watching his side lose five of their last six games. Besiktas told Newcastle and Crystal Palace they must pay £88million for striker Cenk Tosun, the highly-rated Turkish star with Palace also monitoring his situation. Crystal Palace may splash £10 million on Ghana’s Richmond Boakye. Palace are preparing a January bid for the Red Star Belgrade striker. Boakye recently made a bid to Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, who signed him for Juventus while he was boss of the Turin giants. Red Star sporting director Mitar Mrkela said: “We have several offers for Boakye, not only in Europe but also from China and we’ll decide soon what is best option for everyone.”

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