Transfer Updates (February 9) – De Gea new contract, Spurs in for Rice

Transfer Updates (February 9) – De Gea new contract, Spurs in for Rice

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has insisted he will not stand in 28-year-old forward Eden Hazard‘s way if he decided to leave the club for Real Madrid this summer. (Source: Star)

Tottenham are set to make a £35m bid for West Ham’s Irish midfielder Declan Rice, despite competition from Premier League rivals Liverpool. (Source: Daily Express)

Tanguy Ndombele

Manchester United are set to battle rivals Manchester City this summer for Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. (Source: Mirror)

Manchester United Goalkeeper David de Gea, is close to signing a new five-year deal to stay at Old Trafford. (SourceMetro)

Defensive midfielder Adrien Tameze, said he rejected a January move to either Cardiff City or Watford because he wanted to keep working with Nice manager Patrick Vieira. (Source: Sport Witness)

Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool are all interested in 19-year-old Benfica playmaker Joao Felix. (Source: Talksport)

Nicolas Pepe

Bayern Munich are preparing to bid for 23-year-old Lille forward Nicolas Pepe, a player who is wanted by Arsenal, Manchester City and Barcelona. (SourceLe 10 Sport, via Metro)

Roma are prepared to triple the salary of 21-year-old right winger Cengiz Under to fend off transfer interest from Tottenham and Arsenal. (SourceCalcio Mercato)

Tottenham, Inter Milan and AC Milan are monitoring the performances of Porto midfielder Hector Herrera. (Source: Calcio Mercato)

Manchester United missed out on the chance to sign 20-year-old Red Bull Leipzig centre-back Dayot Upamecano after changing the terms of their offer. (Source: Metro)

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