Football Transfer News from Last Word on Football brings you the latest transfer rumours from the world of football. Today, Paulo Dybala looks ever closer to a Premier League move with both Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur interested.
Premier League Transfer Rumours
Paulo Dybala Offers Confirmed
Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved has confirmed that the Old Lady has received multiple offers for Dybala. After Cristiano Ronaldo arrived in Turin, the Argentine striker has become a peripheral figure.
Speaking to the media after Juve’s fixtures were confirmed Nedved said, “There are some proposals, there is some interest, but we wait for concrete action so we can then decide calmly.”
Both Manchester United and Tottenham are known admirers of the player. With Romelu Lukaku seemingly on the way out of Old Trafford, the Red Devils will need a new striker. Meanwhile, Spurs are willing to break their club-record transfer fee to make this deal happen.
Everton Keen on Premier League Duo
Marco Silva will face plenty of competition for his signature, however, with many other suitors interested. Lemina is also being linked with Wolverhampton, United and Saint-Etienne after being cleared by Saints to speak with other clubs.
The 21-year-old spent last season on loan at Derby County under Frank Lampard. The young defender impressed and his path to Premier League football may be easier at Goodison Park than Stamford Bridge.
Transfer Rumours: Crystal Palace Prepare Ciaran Clark Bid
Palace have been in the transfer headlines quite a lot this summer with Aaron Wan-Bissaka moving to Manchester United and Wilfried Zaha yet again linked with a transfer. This time, however, the Eagles are the ones trying to bring in a player.
The Sun report Roy Hodgson wishes to bring in defensive cover this summer. While he will need a new right-back, he is currently considering a central defender in the form of Newcastle United‘s Ciaran Clark.
Crystal Palace had to rely heavily on Mamadou Sakho and James Tomkins heavily last season and wants competition for them. Clark’s reported price tag is £5 million, although a season-long loan is possible.
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