Broadcast the news LIVE! Arsenal want Chiesa, Onana last; Upgrade from Gusto to Chelsea; Porro is in talks with Spurs
Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are all in a bid to end the busy January transfer window with big deals before the deadline. The Gunners have plucked Leandro Trossard and Jakub Kivior but will now turn to Federico Chiesa and Ivan Fresneda to bolster their flanks with targets in Declan Rice, Amadou Onana and midfield Moises Caicedo.
The Brighton midfielder has already been the target of a £55m bid from Chelsea, who have yet again failed to make a fresh push to land Argentina star Enzo Fernandez amid reports of an £87m bid from Stamford Bridge. The Blues are also ready to make another offer to Anthony Gordon.
At Tottenham, Arnaut Danjuma has now joined on loan after stealing a deal from Everton, and amid interest from Chelsea, a new round of talks to sign top target Pedro Porro has been set this week, while links with Nicolo Zaniolo are increasing. . . Follow all the latest transfer news, gossip and rumors below!
Why Arsenal target Onana skipped Everton training
Arsenal fans were in for a treat yesterday when Amadou Onana missed Everton’s training session.
standard sports The Gunners are understood to want the Belgian as an alternative midfield target to Declan Rice and Moises Caicedo.
However, rather than being pushed to leave relegation-threatened Everton this month, he attended an unscheduled wedding.
Arsenal want Chiesa
Federico Chiesa has become a prime target to take Arsenal’s attack to the next level.
Italian outlet CalcioMercato say the Juventus winger is one of the Gunners’ priorities, despite already signing Leandro Trossard this month.
Real Madrid are also monitoring Chiesa and Liverpool.
Enzo Fernandez: Benfica are confident of keeping Chelsea’s target
Chelsea want to sign Enzo Fernandez this month but have run into problems with Benfica.
Indeed, the Lisbon giants have often emphasized that the Argentine star will not go anywhere unless his £106m fee is paid in full.
To no one’s surprise, this message has not changed.
A first look at Arnaut Danjuma at Tottenham
Look out Everton fans!
Arsenal are in the process of signing a midfielder before the January window closes, says Mikel Arteta
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is keen to add a midfielder to his squad before the January transfer window closes next week.
There are “concerns” over the fitness of midfielder Mohamed Elneny, who has been sidelined since the middle of this month with a knee injury.
Arteta did not confirm when Elneny could return as he is still being assessed, but he has been ruled out of Friday’s FA Cup fourth-round tie at Manchester City.
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Tottenham have confirmed the loan signing of Arnaut Danjuma in the first transfer of January
Tottenham have confirmed that they have signed Arnaut Danjuma on loan until the end of the season.
Danjuma has agreed to join crisis-hit club Everton, but Spurs have pulled the plug on the deal for the Villarreal striker, who will bolster Antonio Conte’s attacking options. The deal includes the option for Tottenham to sign the 25-year-old this summer.
The Dutchman, who missed the World Cup in Qatar, underwent a medical yesterday and will replace Lucas Moura in Conte’s squad.
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Brentford and Leicester want Jed Spence
Jed Spence has barely featured for Spurs this season and could now be on the move.
Tottenham are pushing to sign Pedro Porro for the remainder of this month’s transfer window, forcing Spence down the pecking order.
As a result, the former Nottingham Forest defender could be set to leave Brentford and Leicester.
Danjuma has completed his medical at Tottenham
Fabrizio Romano gave him the cure, let’s go!
Could Lucas Moura and Bryan Gill leave Tottenham?
With Arnout Danjuma on his way to Tottenham, what could this mean for some of Antonio Conte’s other attacking options?
The imminent signing of Danjuma could pave the way for Lucas Moura’s departure this month or Brian Gill’s return to Spain.
However, the bigger question is whether Danjuma is really a signing for Antonio Conte or an opportunistic club move. The Spurs boss has shown him the dangers of signing players, with Jed Spence, who Conte has labeled a “club signing”, still waiting for his first start since his £15m summer move.
Mikel Arteta has confirmed Arsenal are still keen on a new signing
Arsenal have signed two players this month, but it seems they are still on the lookout for new signings.
Indeed, Mikel Arteta has confirmed that the Gunners are still set to make a move if the right deal is struck.
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