Transfer news and rumours UPDATES: Manhester United eye Icardi switch with Lukaku

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Posted Sunday, June 23, 2019 by Goal.com

Transfer news and rumours UPDATES: Manhester United eye Icardi switch with Lukaku

Arsenal reassess transfers after deals fail

Arsenal will look elsewhere for a winger after deals for Ryan Fraser and Yannick Carrasco appeat to have broken down.

Carrasco's current club Dailan Yifang have priced Arsenal out and Fraser appears happy at Bournemouth, the Daily Mail claims.

As a result the Gunner's have turned their attentions to other players, including  Ajax's Hakim Ziyech, Inter's Ivan Perisic and Florian Thauvin of Marseille according to the report.

Hart could move to Lille

Former England 'keeper Joe Hart will be allowed to leave Burnley on a free transfer and Champions League club Lille could be a landing spot.

Lille may sell cuurent No. 1 Mike Maignan this summer and would consider the 32-year-old as a replacement, according to the Daily Mail.

It would be a shock return to Europe's premier club competition for Hart, who has had a tough few years since being replaced at Manchester City, appearing for Torino and West Ham as well as Burnley in the last three seasons.

Eriksen looks for Man United move after Real dream collapses

The Danish midfielder is determined to move away from Spurs this summer

Christian Eriksen is considering a move to Manchester United or Juventus as he believes his dream of moving to Real Madrid is over.

Madrid's move for Eden Hazard has led the Denmark international to look for other options, according to the Mirror.

The paper reports that Eriksen is valued at £100m ($127m) by Spurs, he's made 206 appearances for the North London side, scoring 49 goals.

Transfer news and rumours UPDATES: Manhester United eye Icardi switch with Lukaku

Manchester United under pressure from Adidas to keep Pogba

The Daily Mirror says that kit sponsors Adidas are urging Manchester United to keep Paul Pogba, or replace him with an equivalent star.

The France international midfielder has been linked with a move to Real Madrid this summer, but Adidas are concerned that a sale will see the club lack star power.

The German company signed a massive 10 year £750m ($1.1b) deal with United in 2015.

Drogba confirms Lampard is in Chelsea talks

Didier Drogba has said Frank Lampard is in talks to take over the manager role at Chelsea, despite Derby's denials.

Drogba, who starred alongside Lampard at Stamford Bridge made the admission on Instagram, according to the Daily Mail.

He was asked who should be the next boss in West London by a fan and said: "the one who is in talks now to get the job - Frank Lampard.'

Manchester United could swap Lukaku for Icardi

Red Devils could switch out of favour Belgian for controversial Inter striker

Romelu Lukaku's long awaited transfer to Inter could be one step closer as United are interested in Mauro Icardi, reports the Express.

Lukaku is interested in a switch to Serie A as he has fallen out of favour with Ole Gunnar Solksjaer at Old Trafford.

Inter are the most likely destination and they want to get Icardi off the books to make room for the former Everton man, with United interested in the former Inter captain.

Sane to snub Bayern

Leroy Sane will turn down a chance to join Bayern Munich and is in contract talks at Manchester City.

The Germany international has told friends of his plans, The Sun reports.

Despite not being an automatic selection at the Etihad, Sane believes the Premier League is the best pace to compete, the report says.

Transfer news and rumours UPDATES: Manhester United eye Icardi switch with Lukaku



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