Transfer round-up: Chelsea eye 24-year-old Ghana striker, Man United line up £50m January bid
Read today's top transfer news and rumours on The Grapevine - The Sport Review's football transfer gossip column
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 morning in the lead-up to the January transfer window.
It was a busy summer transfer window in the Premier League as most of the top teams brought in significant reinforcements for the 2017-18 campaign.
However, there is still plenty of business to be done, with the January transfer window offering clubs the chance to bolster their squads mid-way through the Premier League season.
We’ll keep you up to date with the very latest transfer news concerning your club in our daily gossip and rumours column.
As the build-up to the January transfer window begins to gather pace, The Grapevine has the very latest football transfer news from the Premier League’s top clubs in the round-up below.
Latest football transfer news:
Chelsea are sending scouts to watch Ghana striker Richmond Boakye, 24, in action for Red Star Belgrade against Arsenal in the Europa League next week.
Manchester United are ready to make a £50m bid to try and sign Danny Rose, 27, from Tottenham Hotspur in the January transfer window.
Arsenal will battle with Liverpool for the signature of 21-year-old Monaco attacker Thomas Lemar next summer.
Chelsea are pondering a fresh move to try and sign Alex Sandro from Juventus in the January transfer window.
Manchester City are set to make a January transfer bid to sign 28-year-old Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez – and could get the Chile forward for £20m.
Chelsea will consider sending Belgium Under-21 midfielder Charly Musonda out on loan in January.
Manchester United have been given encouragement that a deal can be reached to sign Fabinho in the future by Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev.