Transfer news LIVE: £86m Man Utd plan 'agreed', Liverpool 'agreement' claim, Arsenal plot

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Posted Friday, May 10, 2019 by

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- Manchester United's Ander Herrera agrees £25m deal with PSG

- Liverpool and Tottenham reach 'contract agreement' for a Lyon midfielder

- Arsenal boss Unai Emery eyes Barcelona star to plug leaky defence

- Real Madrid target Eden Hazard could be forced to stay after Chelsea's transfer ban was upheld

Transfer news LIVE: £86m Man Utd plan 'agreed', Liverpool 'agreement' claim, Arsenal plot
Divock Origi could get a new contract at Liverpool after his Barcelona heroics

Origi to stay at Liverpool?

Divock Origi is set to have contract talks with Liverpool this summer.

The two-goal hero from the Reds' remarkable 4-0 win over Barcelona on Tuesday night will speak with Anfield hierarchy over a new deal.

Origi, 24, turned down an opportunity to leave Liverpool in January after starting just one game in the first half of the season.

Origi has just over 12 months left on his current contract, and the club are now considering making an offer to extend his deal with talks planned for the end of the campaign.

Klopp has been hugely impressed by Origi's attitude and believes he is now back in his best form.

Lukaku future decided next week?

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plans to hold heart-to-heart talks with Romelu Lukaku next week.

According to The Sun, Solskjaer is reluctant to write off Lukaku just yet.

But the Norwegian also wishes to find out where the ex-Chelsea and Everton striker sees his own future.

Transfer news LIVE: £86m Man Utd plan 'agreed', Liverpool 'agreement' claim, Arsenal plot
Man Utd want to offload Alexis Sanchez

Sanchez to swap Man Utd for Inter Milan?

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United may have found a buyer for Alexis Sanchez in the form of Inter Milan.

The Red Devils are ready to offload the £500,000-a-week flop before the start of the 2019/20 season.

According to Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, Sanchez's agent has already met with representatives of Inter.

The Milan club are keen to lure Sanchez to the San Siro this summer, but Inter would not offer him a similar deal to his current extortionate salary.

As a result, Sanchez would need to take a significant pay cut to quit United.

Transfer news LIVE: £86m Man Utd plan 'agreed', Liverpool 'agreement' claim, Arsenal plot
Injured Callum Hudson-Odoi's future is still uncertain at Chelsea

Chelsea's Hudson-Odoi to go or stay?

Chelsea are yet to hold fresh contract talks with Callum Hudson-Odoi.

The crocked England winger's future remains up in the air after he was pursued by Bayern Munich throughout the season.

The Daily Mail say the Blues now face a dilemma over whether to sell the 18-year-old this summer or risk losing him for nothing when his deal expires in the summer of 2020.

Hudson-Odoi is expected to be sidelined, in the meantime, for between four and five months after undergoing surgery on his Achilles.

Herrera to PSG agreed

Ander Herrera has started the Manchester United exodus after agreeing a £25m deal to join Paris Saint Germain.

The Spanish international, 29, has agreed a three-year contract worth £160,000-a-week and will link up with the Fresh champions in July.

He is expected to be the first of several big names to leave United this summer following a woeful campaign at Old Trafford.

Herrera's representatives were demanding around £200,000-a-week to bring Herrera into line with some of his senior colleagues at Old Trafford but executive vice chairman Ed Woodward refused to budge, despite talks going back more than 12 months.

United bosses don't believe Herrera is worth what he wants - and decided to let him leave on a free transfer.

Dybala to Man Utd?

Manchester United have agreed in principle to pay £86m for Juventus star Paulo Dybala.

That is according to football consultant Ian McGarry.

Juventus look set to cash in on Dybala, who has slipped down the pecking order since Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival at the Old Lady.

McGarry told the Transfer Window podcast: "There have been some reports In Italy that Manchester United have declared an interest in Dybala, however, our sources are telling us and the information we have is that in fact United have agreed in principle to pay the 100m euros (£86m) buyout clause that it would take to get Dybala out of Juventus."

Transfer news LIVE: £86m Man Utd plan 'agreed', Liverpool 'agreement' claim, Arsenal plot
Transfer news LIVE: £86m Man Utd plan 'agreed', Liverpool 'agreement' claim, Arsenal plot

Ndombele to Liverpool or Tottenham?

Liverpool and Tottenham have both reached a ‘contractual agreement' with Lyon ace Tanguy Ndombele.

That is according to EuroUnited, who claim Juventus have also struck a pact with the France international's representatives.

A tweet on EuroUnited's Twitter account read: "@LFC, @juventusfc and @SpursOfficial have reached a contractual agreement with the representatives of Tanguy Ndombele.

"Mauricio Pochettino made it his priority and directly expressed his interest to the player."

Umtiti to Arsenal?

Arsenal boss Unai Emery wants Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti to plug his leaky defence.

Emery's debut campaign at the Emirates Stadium has been plagued by defensive blunders - they have conceded significantly more goals than the four teams ahead of them in the Premier League table.

La Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Nicolo Schira wrote on Twitter: "Edu will be the new technical director of # Arsenal. He's already working with Sanllehi.

"Ramsey is looking for a box to box. Emery wants Umtiti from Barcelona for defense."

Transfer news LIVE: £86m Man Utd plan 'agreed', Liverpool 'agreement' claim, Arsenal plot
Transfer news LIVE: Arsenal want to sign Barcelona ace Samuel Umtiti

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