Premier League Transfer News; Rebic, Jorginho, Higuain

Thursday’s Transfer Rumours

Premier League transfer news and rumours

Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian is in talks with Juventus over a move to the Serie A side. United, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are among the club tracking Eintracht Frankfurt’s £44m winger Ante Rebic. Click here for more details.

Boca Juniors want to increase the release fee of Arsenal transfer target Cristian Pavon. Yacine Adli turned down a move to Arsenal because he simply decided to remain with Paris Saint-Germain. More details here.

Arsenal signed Matteo Guendouzi on Wednesday from Lorient for £7m.

Chelsea are favourites to beat Manchester City to the signature of Napoli midfielder Jorginho. However, City still believe they have a chance of signing the Italy international.

West Ham United have had talks with former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure but look unlikely to offer a deal to the 35-year-old. The Hammers are still in talks over a move for Lazio’s Brazilian midfielder Felipe Anderson.

Chelsea transfer target Gonzalo Higuain is likely to be sold by Juventus.

Liverpool transfer target Nabil Fekir has told Lyon that he wants to move to Anfield. Striker Rhian Brewster, 18, is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus as he stalls over a new deal with the Reds.

Cardiff City are close to signing Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic on loan. The Serb spent the second half of last season on loan with the Bluebirds.

Nottingham Forest left-back Matthew Bondswell, 16, snubbed interest from Manchester United and Liverpool to join RB Leipzig.

The former club of Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Rui Patricio are demanding €50m (£44m) for the Portugal international. Patricio joined Wolves after cancelling his contract with Sporting Lisbon. It followed an attack on the club’s training ground by 50 masked men following Sporting’s failure to qualify for the Champions League.

Everton are still trying to push through the £21m transfer of Barcelona central defender Yerry Mina.