Arsenal beat Manchester United and are willing to agree a £80m package to sign the LaLiga forward, while transfer gossip on Sunday suggested that Tottenham are in a long-term deal with error-prone stopper Hugo Lloris. claims to have bolstered bits to sign a successful successor.
Arsenal ready for Atlético star
Arsenal are reportedly ready to agree a £80million package to beat Manchester United with the signing of Atletico Madrid forward Joao Felix.
The two Premier League giants are likely to sign the Portuguese attacker in January, with Felix falling out of favor with Diego Simeone in Madrid.
Both have their own needs for striker help, with the Gunners eyeing the title as summer signing Gabriel Jesus continues to be absent. United meanwhile need to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, A shocking link with Burnley No. 9 also appeared this weekend.
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Arsenal have tried, unsuccessfully, to sign Madrid and are now losing the patience to sign him.
Gunner ready to go all-in on Felix
The Mirror claims that while United are still keen to sign Felix on loan, Arsenal are ready to go one step further.
The North London side will also be happy to complete the first temporary switchover. But they are also ready to agree a £80m package, including a £9.5m loan fee and a £70m summer switch, to make his transfer permanent.
Felix was a key member of the Atlético squad that won the La Liga title in 2020-21. This season, however, he has mostly warmed the bench as his relationship with Simeone soured.
Despite his struggles at home, the former Benfica player has a strong World Cup and was able to take part in the big La Liga match against Barcelona on Sunday night.
Spurs Step Up Pickford Bid
Tottenham have reportedly stepped up their bid to sign Everton and England keeper Jordan Pickford to replace Hugo Lloris.
North London clubs believe they can seduce pickfordamid the ongoing standoff of his contract with Everton.
The Three Lions star has 18 months left on his current deal and the 28-year-old could be open to a summer approach from Spurs if he continues to ignore improved terms.
Loris spent 10 years at the club, helping France to a World Cup runner-up finish. But there is a growing sense that his best days are behind him, and the 36-year-old often struggles with the rations modern goalkeepers are familiar with.
The Frenchman has also committed three direct errors that have led to goals this season. Most recently, in a 2-0 home defeat to Aston Villa, he scored Villa’s opening goal with a subdued long shot that was eventually beaten by Emiliano Buendia.
And speaking after the game, Conte seemed to have dug his number one by effectively sacrificing his team to the game.
The Italian player said: What we conceded definitely killed us in confidence and in many situations. ”
Pickford is eight years younger than Lloris and is about to enter his prime as a goalkeeper. His ability and composure in possession will be a definite upgrade over Loris, who could well return to France this summer.
Rovers throws big bucks into PREM target
Blackburn are asking top scorer Ben Bretton Diaz for a staggering £15million despite the striker’s contract expiring in the summer.
Newcastle, Everton, West Ham and Leeds are chasing the Chilean national team. But the quartet isn’t ready to pay the hefty asking price. Sun.
At 23, he has already received inquiries from domestic and foreign clubs and can sign pre-contracts with foreign clubs.
Bretton Diaz enjoyed a breakout season last year scoring 22 goals in 37 championship games.
Although that form has not been transferred to the current campaign, the forward still has scored 10 goals in 29 appearances in all competitions.
Everton, West Ham and Leeds all want extra firepower to push them out of the relegation zone.
Meanwhile, Newcastle want more coverage for the injury-ridden Callum Wilson. Especially since substitute Chris Wood’s goal record is not good.
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