Transfer Gossips: Manchester United target says he wants to play in the Premier League as PSG closes on Danny Rose
Transfer Gossips: Manchester United target says he wants to play in the Premier League as PSG closes on Danny Rose
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Transfer Gossips: Manchester United target says he wants to play in the Premier League as PSG closes on Danny Rose

Sporting Lisbon's Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 24, who is a target for Premier League giants Manchester United says he wants to play in the Premier League according to the Mirror.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is ready to push Toby Alderweireld's price up to £40m if the 30-year-old Belgian's £25m release clause is allowed to expire on Friday. (Telegraph)

Arsenal manager Unai Emery will decide in the next two weeks whether to let England Under-21 winger Reiss Nelson, 19, join Hertha Berlin on a season-long loan. (Sun)

Paris St-Germain has moved ahead of Juventus in the race for Tottenham defender Danny Rose and is confident of completing a £20m deal for the 29-year-old England international. (Sun)

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Celtic boss Neil Lennon will hold talks with Scotland full-back Kieran Tierney, 22, after a third bid from Arsenal was rejected for failing to meet the Scottish club's valuation of £25m. (Daily Record)

Leicester have reportedly offered to double the wages of Sampdoria's Belgium midfielder Dennis Praet, 25, in order to beat AC Milan to the transfer. (Leicester Mercury)

Liverpool will not allow England Under-21 midfielder Ovie Ejaria to leave on loan again this season - but are prepared to sell the 21-year-old. (Liverpool Echo)

Manchester City defender Tosin Adarabioyo, 21, who spent the last term on loan at West Brom, is set for a second successive season away, joining Championship side Blackburn. (Manchester Evening News)

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