Transfer News: Arsenal, Manchester United and Man City are linked with players across Europe

Manchester City are the current league leaders of Premier League.


As the new year comes closer, the transfer stories have hotted up linking some of the potential movers across the Europe with various English clubs. Arsenal, Man United and Man City all have been linked with some players who may well be making their fly to the Premier League clubs.

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Manchester United:

Manchester United are reported by Daily Mail that they are in the race to sign USA wonder Christian Pulisic. He is a hot talent and the 19 year old has done exceedingly well with his time at Borussia Dortmund. He has been linked already with Bayern and Barcelona but Jose Mourinho will be expecting to get him to fill another creative part of his jigsaw.

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A move to Man United may be happening for Pulisic

Also the same outlet also claims that Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil has been offered to the Red Devils. Ozil is nearing his contract expiration and still no talks of any contract extension has emerged, hence it is understood that the German wizard has been offered to Jose Mourinho for a potential January move.

Manchester City:

Daily Star claims that Man City has three players in their wishlist and they are Alexis Sanchez, Virgil Van Dijk and Sergio Busquets.

Guardiola is in for more signings and may spend £150 million for the Saints and Barcelona duo as he sees a replacement of Kompany in the Dutch defender Van Dijk. As per as Sanchez’s situation, City will wait until the next summer to get the Chilean for free.

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The Gunners are rumored to be interested to sign Barcelona winger Jose Arnaiz, according to Marca.

The Spanish outlet claims that the 22 year old is up for grabs for only £18 million and Wenger may make a move for him as Alexis Sanchez replacement.

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Dani Ceballos is not having much minutes with Real Madrid

Daily Star reports that the Gunners are in for a move for Real Madrid attacking midfielder Dani Ceballos, who is considering his future away from Santiago Bernabeu for more game time.