Wednesday, April 1
- Arsenal are watching Lech Poznan attacking midfielder Filip Marchwinski
- Marchwinski is said to share a similar playing style to Kevin De Bruyne
- Tottenham are confident of keeping talisman Harry Kane for twoi reasons
- Chelsea are still interested in Napoli forward Dries Mertens
- Manchester United target Jack Grealish could remain an Aston Villa player
Harry Kane situation
Tottenham are confident of keeping talisman Harry Kane, the Daily Mail report.
The England international is growing restless in north London and has recently made noises that he’s prepared to look elsewhere to challenge for major honours.
Manchester City view Kane, 26, as a long-term replacement for Sergio Aguero, while Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward would reportedly ‘relish’ the opportunity to bring him to Old Trafford.
However, Spurs think they are in a strong position for two reasons.
The first is that Kane has four years left to run on his current deal and the second is the player’s £200million valuation, that could prove too steep given the financial impact the Coronavirus crisis.
- Man Utd still set to complete Jack Grealish transfer on one condition
Wanted: Dries Mertens
Chelsea are still interested in Napoli star Dries Mertens.
The Blues were heavily backed to sign the Belgian international in January to ease the burden on Tammy Abraham but a deal failed to materialise.
The forward was expected to receive a lucrative new contract to extend his stay beyond June and engaged in face-to-face talks with Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis.
But still nothing has been signed.
Calciomercato now claim several clubs remain interested in securing his signature including Chelsea, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.
Calciomercato suggest that a hefty signing bonus in addition to £102,000-a-week salary could tempt the 32-year-old to swap clubs.
- Man Utd could help Leicester seal shock Philippe Coutinho transfer
Filip Marchwinski to Arsenal
Arsenal are weighing up a move for Lech Poznan attacking midfielder Filip Marchwinski.
That’s according to Italian website Calciomercato, who claim Gunners representatives are interested in the versatile teenager.
Marchwinski, 18, has scored five goals and provided one assist in 24 senior appearances for the top-flight Polish side.
It’s said that Marchwinski shares a similar playing style to that of Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne and has previously been on trial at Arsenal.
Jack Grealish U-turn
Manchester United target Jack Grealish could remain an Aston Villa player.
But only if the Premier League season is declared null and void, according to The Mirror.
The Red Devils are still confident of capturing the 24-year-old’s £70million signature despite his recent misdemeanour.
Grealish remains a target for ‘several big clubs’ and would certainly leave his boyhood team if they are relegated but he may be encouraged to stay if the season is expunged.
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