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Transfer News : Chelsea £25m bid for Ox; Arsenal, Man Utd, Liverpool latest

Transfer News : Chelsea £25m bid for Ox; Arsenal, Man Utd, Liverpool latest

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- Bale responds to Mourinho; reports say he is for sale

NO Coutinho deal close

09:39: Barcelona have NOT made contact with Liverpool over Philippe Coutinho and there are no plans for any meetings, according to Spanish football expert Guillem Balague.

Balague tweeted: “Catalan press should stop using the 'it's a matter of hours' in regards of Coutinho transfer. These are the reasons...

“LFC not heard at all from FCB since that offer they received while in Hong Kong. They insist they not selling and no plans for meetings.

“FCB have strategy based in patience but also admit that if it's not Coutinho it will be another one. And that they won't overspend on him.

“Coutinho has NOT handed a transfer request, has a back injury and still behaving impeccably according to club.”
Coutinho will not force move

08:54: Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho will reportedly not force through a move to Barcelona this summer.

Coutinho is wanted at Barcelona this summer as the La Liga giants look to replace Paris Saint-Germain's £200million new boy Neymar.

And according to Sky Sports, the Brazil international is keen to join Barca but has no intention of trying to force Liverpool's hand.

The 25-year-old reported for training at Melwood yesterday as normal.

Transfer News: Philippe Coutinho, Gareth Bale, Virgil van Dijk and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may move
Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial out?

08.32: Steven Gerrard believes Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial could leave Manchester United if they don’t improve this season.

He said on BT Sport: “I think Jose’s found his spine now with the signings he’s made.

“Manchester United to me look very strong as team down the middle.

“I’m not sure these players we’re talking about in the wide areas, the likes of Lingard and Martial.

“I’m not sure they’ve hit those heights yet to be really described as a Man Utd player.

“I think it’s big season for them. I think if those individuals don’t find consistency over the next 12 months, I don’t think they’ll be at Manchester United very long.”
Saints' Van Dijk threat

07:42: Southampton would rather leave Virgil van Dijk to rot in the stands than sell their want-away captain to Liverpool.

Van Dijk has put in a transfer request to force through his dream move to Anfield having been made to train alone after telling Saints boss Mauricio Pellegrino he wants to leave.

But the club are still fuming with Liverpool for tapping up their skipper and are determined not to do business with the Merseysiders even if it means missing out on a £60m pay-day.

A club insider said: “We do not want to sell Virgil to Liverpool and will happily let him sit in the stands all season if we have to.

“Most of the fans would back the club in this after everything that has gone on.”
Chelsea’s £25m Ox bid

06:00: Chelsea have reportedly made a £25m bid for Arsenal star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is entering the final year of his contract at Arsenal, could be sold this summer.

Liverpool were previously keen on signing the England international before Jurgen Klopp got out the chequebook for £39m Mohamed Salah.

And now the Daily Mail say the Blues have made a £25m bid for Oxlade-Chamberlain.

The report adds that the Gunners are aware of Chelsea’s interest in the 23-year-old, but have rebuffed their offer.

Man City think they can land Sanchez

04:30: Manchester City can sign Arsenal winger Alexis Sanchez ahead of Paris Saint-Germain despite offering the player a lesser wage than the Ligue 1 giants, reports say.

With less than a month of the transfer window remaining, the future of Arsenal star Sanchez continues to be the source of much discussion.

Express Sport understands PSG are ready to launch a £35m bid now they have completed the signing of Neymar from Barcelona.

However, Manchester City are determined to bring him to the Etihad Stadium and reunite him with Pep Guardiola, who managed him at Barcelona.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has repeatedly insisted Sanchez will not be leaving this month - despite the fact his current deal expires in less than 12 months time.

But The Independent claim Manchester City feel they can land their No1 target.

Ibra in talks with United

04:00: Manchester United are negotiating a new contract with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, according to journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.

A serious knee injury prematurely ended his first campaign in English football and, as a result, the Red Devils opted against naming him in their squad for the forthcoming campaign.

Hopes he would stay appeared to be dashed when Manchester United spent £75m to bring in Romelu Lukaku from Everton.

But, despite the Belgium international enduring a good start to life at his new club, Ibrahimovic still looks set to return.

And journalist Di Marzio says the Red Devils are now in negotiations with the 35-year-old over a short-term deal.

It is said there has been contact between Jose Mourinho and the forward as Ibrahimovic steps up his bid to regain fitness.

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