Transfer Updates (February 6) – Hazard to Madrid, Barella rejected Chelsea

Transfer Updates (February 6) – Hazard to Madrid, Barella rejected Chelsea

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard, is expected to tell the club he wants to leave to join Real Madrid this summer. (Source: Telegraph)

Chelsea could soon lose forward Willian, because they will only offer the Brazilian a new one-year contract when it runs out in 18 months, rather than a longer deal. (Source: Evening Standard)

Manchester United’s priority in the summer transfer window is a centre-back with Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly, the most likely option. (Source: Evening Standard)

Max Aarons

Tottenham are planning to step up their interest Norwich’s 18-year-old English full-back Max Aarons before the summer transfer window. (Source: Mirror)

Sampdoria’s Danish defender Joachim Andersen, says he is still concentrating on playing for the Italian side amid reported interest from Tottenham. (Source: Ekstra Bladet via Football London)

Chelsea’s France midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, is keen to make his season-long loan move at AC Milan permanent in the summer. (Source: Football London)

Chelsea had a 50m euros offer (£44m) for Italian midfielder Nicolo Barella, accepted by his club Caligari in January but the player turned down the move.(Source: Tutto Mercato Web – in Italian)

Marko Pjaca

Newcastle United attempted to sign for Juventus‘ Croatia winger Marko Pjaca, who is on loan at Fiorentina, during the January transfer window. (Source: Newcastle Chronicle via Corriere Fiorentino)

Former Manchester United and Everton star Wayne Rooney believes he can still play in the Premier League. (Source: Sky Sports)

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