Everton could be set to raid Leicester for Jamie Vardy this monthThe Toffees yesterday confirmed their £20m swoop for Arsenal forward Theo Walcott who has joined the Merseyside outfit on a three-and-a-half-year contract. Boss Sam Allardyce has also splashed out £27m to land Besiktas striker Cenk Tosun this month and it seems his spending isn’t over yet. The bookies reckon Leicester star Vardy could be heading to Everton before the end of the transfer window.
Alexis Sanchez wants Man Utd to pay him a £20m signing-on feeUnited are pushing to get a deal done for the Arsenal superstar but talks are proving difficult. The stunning transfer will see United pay Arsenal £25m and Henrikh Mkhitaryan is set to move to north London in return as well. The addition of Mkhitaryan has made negotiations complicated while Sanchez’s demands have also taken time to settle.
Alexis Sanchez to Man Utd: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says deal might not happen ARSENE WENGER has claimed that Alexis Sanchez’s mega-money move to Manchester United is still in major doubt. Wenger said: "That is a story that is well documented. I have not a lot to add. It can happen, it can as well not happen. "It is likely to happen, any moment it can break down. that’s how the transfer market is. "Asked if Sanchez could play for Arsenal again, Wenger added: "Yes of course.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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