Premier League Transfer News: Rose, Grealish, Ayew

Wednesday’s Transfer Rumours

Premier League transfer news and rumours

Manchester United have ended their search for a left-back following the signing of Diogo Dalot last week. They won’t be pursuing any bids for Tottenham Hotspur’s Danny Rose or Juventus’s Alex Sandro. United have been offered Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti – by his agent Mino Raiola. Further details here.

Arsenal have been snubbed by Paris Saint-Germain youngster Yacine Adli. He looks set to remain with the French club. Sevilla midfielder and one-time Arsenal transfer target Steven N’Zonzi says he would like to move to a bigger club one day. More on that story here.

Liverpool are re-assessing their goalkeeping transfer targets after Roma insisted Alisson won’t be leaving the club this summer.

Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez is under consideration for the vacant manager’s job with the Spain national team. It follows Julen Lopetegui’s appointment as the new head coach of Real Madrid.

Newcastle United will only get to sign Chelsea midfielder Kenedy on a permanent basis. The Brazilian spent part of last season on loan at St James’s Park.

Chelsea could spend £30m on Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish. However, they could then loan him back to the Championship side. Chelsea will battle Juventus for the Atletico Madrid defender Stefan Savic. Frank Lampard’s Derby County are interested in Chelsea defender Jay Dasilva.

Fulham are hoping to sign Chelsea centre-half Tomas Kalas and midfielder Lucas Piazon. The Cottagers have put in an £8m bid for Swansea City forward Jordan Ayew.

Manchester City have failed to agree a new deal with Raheem Sterling.

Burnley have bid £25m for West Bromwich Albion defender Craig Dawson and forward Jay Rodriguez.

Bournemouth have bid £18m for Levante’s Colombia international midfielder Jefferson Lerma.

Everton want to sign Hertha Berlin left-back Marvin Platterhardt.

Arsenal and Chelsea are both interested in Nice midfielder Jean-Michael Seri.