Transfer round-up: Liverpool FC scouting 19-year-old, Arsenal eye 20-year-old goalkeeper
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.
Attentions will now inevitably turn towards the summer transfer window, 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.
So, with the summer transfer window 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:
Arsenal will look to sign Dynamo Dresden goalkeeper Markus Schubert, 20, on a free transfer this summer as a replacement for the retiring Petr Cech.
Manchester United are close to agreeing a £15m deal to sign Swansea winger Daniel James, 21.
Liverpool FC have been scouting Leeds United left-back Leif Davis, 19, as a potential signing as backup for Andy Robertson.
Manchester United could pay as much as £50m to sign Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 21, this summer.
Paul Pogba, 26, will be offered the Manchester United captaincy in an effort to convince him to stay at Old Trafford.
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea, 28, has turned down a new contract, with his current deal expiring at the end of next season.
Tottenham Hotspur have ended their interest in signing Crystal Palace winger Wilfied Zaha, 26, after being put off by his asking price.