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Premier League Transfer Roundup and News

Welcome to our transfer roundup of the Premier League. This summer transfer window is going to be a massive one for a host of clubs.

Sourav Ghosh
Last updated: 21.04.2019
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Welcome to our transfer roundup of the Premier League!

The season is in its final stage and we are no closer to knowing who will win the title, which teams will take up the 3rd and 4th places and which will be the third and final side to get relegated.

This summer transfer window is going to be a massive one for a host of clubs but we will solely focus on the top sides and the transfer ins and outs related to them.

Manchester City -

1. Danilo -

Inter Milan have opened talks regarding the transfer of right back, Danilo. The Brazilian has barely featured in a string of games for the defending champions ever since his move from Real Madrid in 2017. Acting as deputy for Kyle Walker, he has had to fill in at left back due to Mendy’s constant injuries.

2. Joao Felix -

The Portuguese wonder kid who has taken Europe by storm with his performances for Benfica is said to be a target for Pep Guardiola. ‘Calciomercato’ reports that City’s representatives are willing to trigger the release clause of the starlet which stands at 120 million Euros.

3. Thiago Almada -

City is also reportedly interested in Almada who is impressing for Velez Sarsfield. Guardiola has also sent scouts to keep an eye on the teenager.

Liverpool -

1. Mohamed Salah -

Real Madrid and Juventus are keen on bringing in the Egyptian but Liverpool are in no pressure to sell and have placed an asking price of £156 million.

2. Berke Ozer -

‘Sport Witness’ reports that Liverpool are scouting highly rated Turkish wonder kid, Berke Ozer. He is an under-21 keeper from Fenerbahce.

3. Everton Soares -

Liverpool are willing to fight with AC Milan over the capture of Gremio forward, Everton Soares, reports ‘Calciomercato’.

Tottenham Hotspur -

1. Luiz Felipe -

The Lazio starlet is being eyed at a bargain price by Spurs. He has impressed on his loan at Salernitana and ‘Daily Star’ reports that the London club might move for him.

2. Kieran Trippier -

Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy, will allow Trippier to leave if there is a substantial offer for the right back. He is hoping for around £ 50 million which might be a bit too much given his performances of late.

3. Christian Eriksen -

Real Madrid are trying to get some fresh faces in the squad and the Danish playmaker is on their list. It is being reported by ‘El Confidecial’ that the Los Blancos are in negotiations to bring him to the Spanish capital.

Arsenal -

1. Nicolas Pepe -

A host of clubs in the Premier League are looking at Nicolas Pepe due to his breakthrough performances in France. Arsenal look as front runners but their budget could be a concern.

2. Kerem Demirbay -

Aaron Ramsey’s departure to Juventus means that Unai Emery will have to find a quality replacement. Hoffenheim’s Kerem Demirbay seems to be on the radar of Arsenal as claimed by ‘Bild’.

3. Joan Jordan -

The SD Eibar man is also being viewed as a cut price replacement for Ramsey at £ 12 million.

Chelsea -

1. Emerson Palmieri -

AC Milan are looking at the Blues’ 2nd choice left back according to ‘Calciomercato’. It remains to be seen whether Chelsea want to let go of the player given that he has started getting a run of games in the side.

2. Eden Hazard -

The clubs’ talismanic forward has openly expressed his desire to join Real Madrid and from the looks of it, the deal might just materialize this summer.

Manchester United -

1. Romelu Lukaku -

The biggest news to circulate from Manchester United was that the club is open to hearing offers for the striker. Lukaku has failed to find the net regularly for United and has been shoved down the pecking order by Marcus Rashford. ‘The Daily Telegraph’ reports that Inter Milan and PSG could be possible destinations.

2. Matteo Darmian -

Darmian is pretty sure to leave the club this summer with game time hard to come by at Old Trafford. The club is holding out for £12 million if he is to leave.

3. Marcus Rashford -

Barcelona had a keen interest in the young Englishman who is yet to put pen to paper on a long term deal at the club. However, the steep valuation of £ 150 million seems to have put off the Catalans’ pursuit.

That’s all for now folks! We’ll be back with more transfers and updates in the coming days and until then, keep chasing your sport!

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