Transfer round-up: Chelsea FC linked with 23-year-old, Arsenal want to sign 25-year-old




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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:

Chelsea FC are resigned to losing Eden Hazard, 28, this summer and they want to replace him with Lille winger Nicolas Pepe, 23.

Full story: The Daily Mirror

Wolverhampton Wanderers are keen to sign Liverpool FC winger Rafael Camacho, 18.

Full story: O Jogo via The Daily Mirror

Tottenham Hotspur are leading the race to sign 18-year-old Fulham winger Ryan Sessegnon this summer.

Full story: The Sun

Arsenal are the favourites to sign FC Barcelona centre-half Samuel Umtiti, 25, but Manchester United are also keen.

Full story: Tuttomercato via The Daily Star

Liverpool FC are interested in signing Bayer Leverkusen winger Julian Brandt, 22, this summer.

Full story: Bild via Calciomercato

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