Transfer rumours and paper review – Tuesday, September 8

first_imgHere’s the top transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers…Arsenal and Liverpool are hot on the trail of Spanish starlet Dani Ceballos. The Real Betis midfielder, who has been likened to Cesc Fabregas, has less than a year on his contract, with the buyout clause set a £7.5million. (Daily Mirror)FC Basle’s teenage star Breel Embolo is attracting the interest of Arsenal. Rivals Tottenham have also been tracking the player. who is valued at around £10million. (Daily Express)Southampton are adamant that they will not sell Victor Wanyama to Tottenham Hotspur next year for any price and have also become extremely reluctant to do business with Spurs for any player following their recent transfer dealings with their Premier League rivals. Spurs also annoyed West Bromwich Albion this summer over their pursuit of Saido Berahino. (Daily Telegraph)Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams will join Nottingham Forest on loan on Tuesday. Long-serving defender Paddy McCarthy is also in talks to join Wigan while rookie winger Sullay Kaikai is attracting interest from Bolton. (Daily Mirror)Derby are very keen on a loan deal for Manchester United striker James Wilson but face stern competition from fellow Championship clubs. (Daily Mail)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Man United alert! Lazio star Lucas Biglia reveals he has not signed new dealManchester United lead chase for £30m-rated Lazio starletHope for Chelsea! Paul Pogba hints he could leave JuventusFiorentina plotting January move for Chelsea defender Kurt ZoumaKarim Benzema insists there was ‘nothing’ in talk of Real Madrid to Arsenal moveArsenal, Manchester City and Juventus read to do battle over IscoBarcelona line up shock move for Leicester City star Riyad MahrezLiverpool and Tottenham target Riccardo Montolivo rejected ‘several offers’ this summer, claims agentWatford target Diego Perotti insists he is happy at Genoalast_img read more

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