Transfer round-up: Arsenal fans given Mustafi update, Man United eye 17-year-old winger
Read today's top transfer news and rumours on The Grapevine - The Sport Review's football transfer gossip column
Welcome to the latest football transfer gossip column from The Sport Review, featuring all of the latest Premier League transfer news and rumours.
Here, we look at some of the top football transfer stories from the British and world media in The Sport Review’s Grapevine, published every day in the build-up to the 2019 summer transfer window.
It was a busy January transfer window in the Premier League as most of the top teams brought in some reinforcements for the second half of the season.
The summer transfer window is now in full swing as Premier League clubs begin considering bringing in some potential reinforcements ahead of next season.
We’ll keep you up to date with the very latest transfer news concerning your club in our daily football gossip and rumours column, published every morning during the summer months.
So, with the summer transfer window deadline drawing gradually closer, The Grapevine has the very latest football transfer news from the Premier League’s top clubs in the round-up below.
Football transfer news:
Manchester United are one of several clubs interested in signing Marseille winger Isaac Lihadji, 17.
Defender Shkodran Mustafi, 27, wants to stay and fight for his place at Arsenal, despite the club’s attempts to sell the defender.
Bastian Schweinsteiger believes that Paul Pogba, 26, should be allowed to leave Manchester United this summer if he wants to.
Fulham are seeking a record compensation fee of more than £10m for Harvey Elliott after the 16-year-old moved to Liverpool FC this summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hold talks with Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward ahead of a final push to sign 26-year-old Leicester City defender Harry Maguire.
Midfielder Bruno Ferndandes, 24, will be Sporting Lisbon captain against Benfica on Sunday before completing his switch to Manchester United.