Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has agreed a move to Arsenal, with Gunners forward Alexis Sanchez set to go in the opposite direction.It is a straight swap with no money involved.The paperwork was completed on Saturday, and Armenia international Mkhitaryan will have a medical on Sunday and Monday.The length of Mkhitaryan's Arsenal deal, and his salary, is undisclosed.More to follow.
Burnley have agreed a deal with Everton to sign winger Aaron Lennon for an undisclosed fee.The 30-year-old, who is surplus to requirements at Goodison Park following the arrival of Theo Walcott, still needs to have a medical, but personal terms have been agreed. Lennon joined Everton from Tottenham in 2015 and has scored seven goals in 63 appearances.The former England international has played 19 games this season.More to follow.
There is no agreement in place for Manchester United forward Henrikh Mkhitaryan to join Arsenal in exchange for Alexis Sanchez, a source close to Mkhitaryan has told the BBC. It is understood Sanchez has agreed personal terms with United. But neither Arsenal nor United will sanction the deal without Mkhitaryan travelling in the opposite direction. The 28-year-old Armenian is believed to be deliberating over the move and is in no rush to make a final decision.
#MUFC#AFC confirmation of Sanchez/Mkhitaryan swap Mon/Tue as work permits need updating. Arsenal stepping up Aubameyang pursuit - confident but will drag as must agree fee & possibility of player going other way to #BVB If done no significant funds available for further signings
Exclusive: Burnley have agreed a deal with Everton to sign Aaron Lennon for an undisclosed fee. Personal terms done but 30yo winger still needs to undergo medical. Lennon scored 7 goals in 63 apps but is surplus to requirements following Theo Walcott arrival #twitterclarets#EFC
Mkhitaryan deal up to Raiola. If he agrees it happens, if doesn't it won't. No issue with #MUFC or player. To clarify on Malcolm, reason (among a few) #AFC out was price/value relative to experience - not inexperience alone. Not sure on #THFC reports but Pochettino is a huge fan
No developments expected today on Sanchez/Mkhitaryan. Still work to do as currently Mkhitaryan deal hasn't moved on & could yet go either way. Arsenal hopeful on that + Aubameyang. Talks continue. Malcom off - meetings held but eventually deemed too inexperienced #AFC#MUFC#BVB
Ben Stokes update: Durham & England cricketer given date of TUESDAY 13 FEBRUARY at Bristol Magistrates Court to answer charge of affray following an incident outside a nightclub in the early hours of 25 September. Ryan Hale & Ryan Ali (also charged with affray) given same date
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