Transfer Updates (January 29) – Arsenal want Cahill, Gueye to leave Everton

Transfer Updates (January 29) – Arsenal want Cahill, Gueye to leave Everton

Arsenal want to sign Chelsea and former England centre-half Gary Cahill, to help ease their defensive injury problems. (Source: Mirror)

Everton’s 29-year-old midfielder Idrissa Gueye, who was the subject of a failed £21.5m bid from Paris St-Germain, wants to leave the Goodison Park. (Source: Mail)

Ivan Rakitic

Chelsea want to sign Croatia and Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic, in the summer. (Source: Sport, via Express)

Manchester City are interested in signing Leicester and England defender Ben Chilwell, this summer. (Source: ESPN)

Leicester have turned down a bid from Aston Villa to take Austria left-back Christian Fuchs, 32, on loan until the end of the season. (Source: Sky Sports)

Juan Mata

Manchester United have offered Spain midfielder Juan Mata, a 12-month contract extension in a bid to stop him leaving on a free transfer. (Source: Mirror)

Tottenham are planning a £30m summer move for Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler, with the 22-year-old also being monitored by PSG. (SourceESPN)

Burnley are considering moves for Birmingham’s English striker Che Adams, and Tottenham and Netherlands forward Vincent Janssen, 24. (Source: Mail)

Wolves will pay £18m – equalling their club record – to buy Spanish defender Jonny Castro Otto, who is currently on loan at the club from Atletico Madrid(Source: Express & Star)

Charlie Austin

Southampton striker Charlie Austin, will be allowed to leave the club if an offer is made. (Source: Daily Echo)

Leeds will make a £6m offer for 21-year-old Swansea and Wales winger Daniel James in a deal which will also include incentives worth a further £4m. (Source: Sun)


Written by Mizgan Masani

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