Monday’s Transfer Gossip: Hakimi, Majer, Longstaff, Sancho, Zaha, Mount, Vlahovic, Dybala

Monday's Transfer Gossip: Hakimi, Majer, Longstaff, Sancho, Zaha, Mount, Vlahovic, Dybala


  • Manchester United are interested in signing Paris St-Germain‘s Moroccan full-back Achraf Hakimi, 24.


  • Liverpool and Arsenal are scouting Croatia international Lovro Majer ahead of a potential summer transfer.
  • Newcastle are hopeful Sean Longstaff has avoided a serious foot injury and could even be available for their clash with Arsenal next Sunday.


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  • Jadon Sancho appeared to tell Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes to “stop moaning” after losing the ball during Sunday’s clash with Aston Villa.


  • Chelsea are among a number of Premier League sides keeping a close eye on Stevenage’s 16-year-old English centre-forward Makise Evans.


  • Newcastle United are considering a move for Roma’s 29-year-old Argentina attacker Paulo Dybala.


  • Sheffield United are set to extend 26-year-old Scottish striker Oli McBurnie‘s deal after securing promotion to the Premier League.


  • Robbie Savage has told Rangers boss Michael Beale he is ready to step up from Macclesfield Town to become the new sporting director at Rangers.


  • Fulham fear Andreas Pereira suffered a broken leg during their Premier League clash with Manchester City on Sunday.
  • Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast attacker Wilfried Zaha is attracting interest from Arsenal, Juventus, Chelsea and Barcelona with the 30-year-old set to leave Selhurst Park.
  • Manchester United have been linked with a surprise move for Tammy Abraham, as the club look at alternatives for Harry Kane.
  • Angel di Maria reportedly withdrew himself from the Juventus squad to face Bologna on Sunday after being told he would not be in the starting XI.

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