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Transfer News Live: Bunedia to Arsenal, Declan Rice Agree Chelsea, Sancho to Man United, Ramos to Man City And More



Borussia Dortmund hunting for Jadon Sancho replacement, with Manchester United transfer a possibility

The rumour is likely to grow again ahead of the next summer window, and France Football give it a little encouragement in their magazine this week. They have a section each week in which they give little snippets of transfer information, and as part of that in the current edition they say Tanguy Coulibaly is on Dortmund’s list to ‘replace’ Sancho.

When it comes to the Englishman, France Football believe he could be heading back to the Premier League, with Manchester United the only possibility edged in.

Coulibaly plays for Stuttgart, and has scored twice in 14 Bundesliga appearances so far this season. The 19-year-old is French, hence the interest from his home country, and his contract runs until June 2023.

Source: Sportwitness

Arsenal transfer news: Emi Buendia stance on Gunners move revealed as Norwich set price

Arsenal transfer target Emi Buendia is ‘open’ to a move to the Emirates Stadium, according to reports. The Argentine has sparkled for Norwich in the Championship this season, scoring seven goals from 19 appearances. He’s on Mikel Arteta’s radar as a result, with the Spaniard looking to replace Mesut Ozil.

Bunedia has emerged as a potential replacement, with the 24-year-old impressing in the Championship with Norwich.

And Football London say the Argentine would be open to a move to the Emirates Stadium.

Norwich would want a £40million fee for their prized asset and, with the Gunners strapped for cash, they may opt to wait until the summer.

Meanwhile, Buendia recently opened up on transfer interest and admitted he was targeting a return to the Premier League.

“Yes, I always say it,” he said.

Source: Daily and Sunday Express

Rio Ferdinand makes prediction about West Ham United ace Declan Rice

Rio Ferdinand predicted that Declan Rice will stay at West Ham United this season, when speaking on his FIVE YouTube channel. Rio did admit that he could see the 21-year-old leaving to join Chelsea for around £50 million in the summer, however.

The Blues seem to be the club who have most chance of signing the Hammers youngster. Rice began his career at Stamford Bridge.

Rio Ferdinand praised Declan Rice for his level headedness, suggesting that he won’t push for a move away from the London Stadium. He did tell his FIVE YouTube channel that the midfielder could leave West Ham for around £50 million in the summer, however:

“I don’t think he goes this window, I think he stays there for the remainder of the season. I don’t think he’s the kind of kid who is going to push to leave right now. If it happens, it will be between the clubs. I think he’s quite a laid-back kid in that sense but he’s a driven kid.

Source: Hammers

Club willing to let their centre-back link up with Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur have been handed a boost in their reported pursuit of Eder Militao, with Real Madrid said to be willing to let the defender leave on loan.

Spurs manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly eager to strengthen his options at the back and has set his sights on the out-of-favour Brazilian from his former club, according to AS.

Tottenham were linked with the 6ft 1in centre-back last year and, now he has fallen further down the pecking order in the Spanish capital, he is reportedly back on the North Londoners’ radar.

According to Spanish outlet Defensa Central, Zidane is open to Militao leaving the Bernabeu and Real, aware of Tottenham’s interest, could consider letting him go.

As per the report, Los Blancos could also consider making Spurs pay his salary for the remainder of the campaign – 2.5m Euro, or around £2.3million.

Source: TBR The Boot Room

Manchester City decide against signing their top target for the summer

Sergio Ramos has been heavily linked with a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu at the end of this season with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City lurking in the background.

Manchester City are firmly confident about being able to afford Ramos’ wage demands, the Cityzens have decided that they do not need another center-back at the moment and are unwilling to sign Sergio Ramos, as per Martin Blackburn of the Sun.

The players at the backline for the Sky Blues have been in superb form and are reading the game as well as anybody at the moment. When it comes to the center-half of the backline, Pep Guardiola has been blessed with options with the likes of Nathan Ake, Aymeric Laporte, John Stones, and Reuben Dias.

Having said that, it would not make sense for the Cityzens to bring in another world-class defender, especially if the current crop of players are doing so well. It is highly likely that the Cityzens have decided to give it a pass when it comes to Sergio Ramos, keeping this in mind.

Source: Man City Square

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