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Dusan Vlahovic is available for transfer this month after reports in Italy detailed Fiorentina’s plans to cash in on the Serbian striker.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Real Madrid have all been linked with the forward and the Gunners are said to have launched a £50million player-plus-cash bid.

Also on their radar is the surprising name of Diego Costa, according to reports in Brazil, with Mikel Arteta desperate to bolster a squad which was deemed unable to face Tottenham in today’s North London derby.

Youri Tielemans is another tipped to be interesting Arsenal, while over at Chelsea a central defender is a key target with Sergio Gomez of Anderlecht reportedly wanted.

Tottenham continue to be a big player in the market with Dele Alli and Tanguy Ndombele available for exits, and both a new striker and a right wing-back on Antonio Conte’s radar.

Manchester United’s managerial chase has taken another with Mauricio Pochettino their favoured new boss. On the pitch, Newcastle are registering their interest in West Ham target Jesse Lingard.

We also have updates on Erling Haaland, Kylian Mbappe, Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.

Follow along for all the key market updates on this Sunday…

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Dele advised to find a new club

Former Tottenham star Darren Anderton has urged Dele Alli to shake up his career to find his best form.

“I think a move away would be the best thing for both the club and the player,” said Anderton. “Dele needs to be playing football, he needs to be on the pitch

“He needs to be reminding Gareth Southgate what he’s capable of. He has gone stale. I want to see him out there scoring and creating goals. I don’t just want to see him on social media.

“Dele should be a key player for this team, he’s now at an age where he should be one of the standout stars in the Premier League.”

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Zorc hits back at Haaland claims

Borussia Dortmund transfer chief Michael Zorc has admitted his surprise at Erling Haaland’s comments over his future.

The Norwegian stated on Friday that he was being “pressed” into a decision on his future, despite wanting to take his time and focus on his football.

But Zorc has now stated: “I did not expect Haaland’s comments.

“His remarks surprised us a bit. At the moment, there is no deadline, there haven’t been any talks yet. But it’s understandable, of course. You have to talk about it at some moment.”

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Man United refusing to back Rangnick

Manchester United could miss out on key targets this month due to their managerial situation.

RB Leipzig midfielder Amadou Haidara is said by the Mirror to have verbally agreed to join Ralf Rangnick for £33million.

Denis Zakaria of Borussia Monchengladbach and Brighton’s Yves Bissouma are also top targets.

But it is claimed that United do not want to spend significant fees on Rangnick’s targets given he may only be in charge for this season.

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Atletico find Trippier replacement

Valencia are in search of a replacement after Daniel Wass requested a move to Atletico Madrid.

The versatile Dane could replace Kieran Trippier at right-back in Diego Simeone’s side.

Coach Jose Bordalas said last night: “I spoke to him, he told me that he has a proposal and his intention is to accept it. But I don’t decide.

“I have great confidence in him, given that he has played across the whole team, but it is the club that has to decide. He knows that it is very important here, but his idea would be to leave.”

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Costa a Gunners target?

Arsenal have reportedly made contact with Diego Costa’s camp to determine a possible deal for the ex-Chelsea striker.

A free agent after leaving Atletico Mineiro, Goal detail tentative interest from the Gunners – but no formal offer has arrived yet.

Corinthians and Cadiz are also said to be keen with Costa on holiday in Spain following the conclusion of his time in Brazil.

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Aubameyang remains Juve’s second choice

Juventus are continuing their pursuit of Sardar Azmoun from Zenit Saint Petersburg.

With the winger out of contract in the summer, a fee of just £4million plus bonuses is set to be enough to seal the deal.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal remains their second-choice, according to Tuttosport, should the move collapse.

The Italians are desperate for a new wide-man after Federico Chiesa’s long-term injury.

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Real Madrid keen on Leeds star?

Kalvin Phillips is open to a move to Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain.

Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly a big fan of the Leeds midfielder, who is also attracting the attention of Liverpool.

El Nacional state that a bid of £33million is set to arrive from Anfield but the Whites would prefer to sell him abroad than to a fellow Premier League side.

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Martial future in doubt after Rangnick row

Anthony Martial has refuted Ralf Rangnick’s suggestion that he refused to play for Manchester United last night.

The Red Devils boss said the Frenchman, whose future is in doubt, “didn’t want to be” at the draw with Aston Villa.

But Martial has posted on Instagram: “I will never refuse to play a match for Man United. I’ve been here for seven years and I never disrespected, and will never disrespect, the club and the fans.”

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No Klopp concern over Salah contract talks

Jurgen Klopp has assured Liverpool fans that Mohamed Salah’s contract extension negotiations are continuing as expected.

“If two big companies try to come together out there usually in normal life, in business, that’s not done overnight,” he said ahead of the game against Brentford.

“A big contract, it’s not like buying a smartphone [that] you just sign one thing and it’s done.

“There are a lot of things to consider – some on the club’s side, some from the player’s side and a lot from the agent’s side. That’s the thing, nothing else.”

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Man United risk losing Pochettino chase

A rival European giant is reportedly sounding out Mauricio Pochettino over their manager’s role.

Manchester United are hot on the tail of the Argentine, who is in charge of Paris Saint-Germain.

But the Telegraph claim their ideal summer move is at risk amid the interest from another Champions League-chasing side.

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Chelsea identify left-back target

Chelsea are monitoring young Anderlecht defender Sergio Gomez.

The 21-year-old is a left wing-back who has notched six goals and 13 assists this campaign – from a position that the Blues are very interested in adding to.

According to Teamtalk, Chelsea are scouting the Spain U21 international but Manchester United are also keen.

Newcastle line up Lingard bid

Jesse Lingard is a key target for Newcastle this month, according to Daily Star.

West Ham and Tottenham are both admirers of the Manchester United midfielder, whose contract expires in the summer.

But Newcastle may not be so patient amid their relegation battle and are said to be preparing a £3million bid to test United’s resolve.

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Fiorentina unhappy with Vlahovic

Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera detail the latest news in Arsenal’s chase of Dusan Vlahovic.

A bid of £50million plus Lucas Torreira is on the table, as first reported a week or so ago, but Fiorentina are increasingly unhappy with the striker’s stance.

Happy to sell the Serb, Fiorentina reportedly offered him a new contract with a £58m release clause in the summer, rejecting a £50m bid from Atletico Madrid in the process.

But Vlahovic does not want to renew his contract and prefers a summer departure, ideally having pushed his current club into European football.

Whether the Tuscans can recoup such a high fee in the summer, when just a year will be left on his contract, remains to be seen…

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