Transfer news round-up: £42m offer for Bellerin, Chelsea in talks with Monaco, De Gea to Madrid

The transfer market will avail the Premier League Clubs an opportunity to fix any inherent deficiency that affected their performance this season. Being the biggest spenders of the market last summer, we expect the top Premier League Clubs to still unleash their hefty transfer war chest  and lock horns for the signature of players when the window comes alive in July.

We bring you a round up of the transfer news making the rounds for your Clubs in the media wave.

Chelsea

Report according to the Telegraph, reveals that Chelsea are on the cusp on opening negotiations with French Champions Monaco in their bid to land impressive midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.

It is understood that the Blues have been handed a £200m war-chest and they are willing to bring on Bakayoko to partner N’golo Kante in midfield. The report claims that Michy Batshuayi could offered as part of a swap deal with Monaco.

Arsenal

Arsenal fate for Champions League qualification hinges of the outcome of Liverpool’s match against Middlesbrough. If the Gunners fail to qualify for the European competition, it is believed that a handful of their players would leave the Emirates.

According to Mundo Deportive, Barcelona will pounce on Arsenal’s right back Hector Bellerin if the Gunners end the season in fifth position.

Barcelona have had Bellerin on their transfer radar since Dani Alves moved away from Camp Nou and the the report claims that the Catalan Club are willing to pay £42m for his services.

Man United

Jose Mourinho is resigned to losing David De Gea and he is willing to make Sergio Romero a first team player should Madrid complete a deal for de Gea, reports the Sun.

Although Man United have been linked with a move for Oblak but it is Romero that would be made top choice per the report.

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  1. Timeoune Bakayoko Will Make A Very Good Partnership With Ngolo Kante But Chelsea Need A More Creative Central Midfielder@marco verrati Or Keep Cesc4

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