Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd stars want OUT, Arsenal contact £22m ace, Liverpool duo wanted

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Posted Monday, April 22, 2019 by

Transfer news LIVE - Saturday April 20

· Marcos Rojo is reportedly ready to quit Manchester United after falling down the pecking order at Old Trafford

· Arsenal are looking towards the Bundesliga in the hope of finding a replacement for Aaron Ramsey

· Liverpool could lose two of their young prospects this summer as Leeds eye a double swoop for Ryan Kent and Harry Wilson

Danilo attracting interest

Manchester City star Danilo is attracting interest as he looks to leave the club this summer.

The Brazilian has played a bit-part role in Pep Guardiola's setup since arriving from Spain two seasons ago.

Danilo's exit has been rumoured for a while and it now appears the versatile full-back has a suitor from Serie A.

According to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Danilo is being watched by Inter Milan - and the player wants a move to materialise.

However, City are reportedly holding out for an improved offer from Roberto Mancini's side.

Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd stars want OUT, Arsenal contact £22m ace, Liverpool duo wanted
Marcos Rojo is ready to leave Manchester United

Rojo to go

Marcos Rojo is ready to leave Manchester United and will not be stopped, according to journalist Duncan Castles.

"I think this is some news that will be well received by a lot of the Manchester United support and that is that Manchester United are tying to sell Marcos Rojo," Castles said on the Transfer Window podcast.

"Rojo is open to leaving the club and his agent is exploring options to go elsewhere.

"One of the clubs that have enquired and I'm told are very, very interested in signing him is Fenerbahce.

Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd stars want OUT, Arsenal contact £22m ace, Liverpool duo wanted
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Lukaku wants out too

Romelu Lukaku is set to be the most high profile of Manchester United's summer departures.

The £75m striker is edging towards the axe at Old Trafford with the player also keen on a move.

Manchester United are prepared to listen to offers for the Belgium international goalscorer.

The Telegraph say three clubs have sounded out Lukaku, and United will sell if the price is right.

Chelsea chased Oblak

Chelsea tried to land Atletico Madrid stopper Jan Oblak before they signed Kepa Arrizabalaga.

According to Mundo Deportivo, the Slovenian was Chelsea's real target at the start of the season.

The Spanish paper claims the west London outfit were ready to pay €100m (£87m) for the highly-rated shot-stopper.

But remarkably, Atletico owner Miguel Angel Gil is said to have immediately put a stop to any move after he heard of Chelsea's interest.

Arsenal eye Ramsey replacement

Arsenal are looking for a replacement for Aaron Ramsey - and may have found one in Germany.

Kerem Demirbay has won plaudits for his offensive ability from the middle of the park this season, scoring four and assisting eight for Hoffenheim.

The 25-year-old has a £22m release clause in his contract and Bild are reporting that Arsenal have already made contact with the Bundesliga club.

Liverpool are another Premier League club that had been interested in the past but a boost in transfer funds saw them go for more lucrative options in Fabinho and Naby Keita.

Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd stars want OUT, Arsenal contact £22m ace, Liverpool duo wanted
Kerem Demirbay could be set to join Arsenal

Liverpool duo chased

Leeds are looking to land a double Anfield swoop this summer, according to Football Insider.

Harry Wilson and Ryan Kent, both 22, have been on-loan from Liverpool this season and thrived in their respective roles.

Wilson has honed his craft at Derby, scoring 14 times in 41 appearances.

Meanwhile, Kent has been a useful asset to Rangers in the Scottish Premiership, scoring six goals and assisting four more.

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