Abramovic looking to rbing £100m man to Chelsea, Man United agree five-year deal with £82m man, Bundesliga star wants exit ahead of possible Arsenal move in news of the day

Arsenal target Sabitzer wants Bundesliga exit, Abramovic wants Lukaku at Chelsea and Man United agree Sancho deal in News of the day…

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is a massive fan of Romelu Lukaku and would love to bring the Inter Milan striker back to the club, according to reports.

Lukaku spent three years of his career at Stamford Bridge between 2011 and 2014 but only made 15 first-team appearances, failing to score a single goal.

And Although his time at Manchester United, after a £75million switch, was not that successful, he has rediscovered his ruthlessness in Italy with Inter and become one of the most dangerous players in world football

The Belgium international has plundered 64 goals and 16 assists in 95 matches for the Italian giants and helped the club to a first Serie A title in 11 years last term, but with the Italians in financial trouble, they may need to sell a number of players in the transfer window

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel wants to add a prolific centre-forward to his squad to catapult the European champions into Premier League title contention next season, And Lukaku, who has 113 Premier League goals in 252 appearances added to 35 assists, is an option who Russian oligarch Abramovich is keen on per Eurosport.

Their report says the Chelsea owner is a huge admirer of Lukaku and is keen on the idea of bringing the Belgian back to the Bridge.


We are massive fans of Lukaku and believe that he is made for Italian football, so even though Chelsea would be a very good move for the player to make, he should stay put if he can as Inter give him everything that he needs.

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Manchester United have agreed a deal with Jadon Sancho, according to transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano.

Sancho is one of the very best wingers win world football and has been heavily tipped to become one of the top five players in world football, especially if he makes the right decisions in the game.

United have been linked with a move for Sancho for more than 2 years now, and there was alot of speculation in the media that they were keen to get a deal done last summer, but they couldnt agree a fee with Dortmund

However, United have recently ignited their interest in signing Sancho ahead of the transfer window, and now that is has been opened, they are reportedly close to getting a transfer deal done.

Romano has claimed He is believed to have agreed a FIVE-YEAR contract at Old Trafford, but the Red Devils now need to negotiate a fee with Sancho’s current side Borussia Dortmund.

The German team reportedly want €95million for the England star – around £82m, and the Reports suggest United have made an initial offer of £59m, which is believed to have been rejected.

Sporting director Michael Zorc recently admitted the club will not stand in Sancho’s way if a suitable offer comes in after playing hard ball a year ago to get another season out of the Englishman.

Zord said: “We already had a gentlemen’s agreement with Jadon last year that he can switch under certain conditions.

“He’s been with us for a couple of years. However, this agreement does not exist with Erling.”


The Sancho to United rumours have been around for a very long time, and until the deal is actually done, there will always be rumours. That is all we are saying

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RB Leipzig star Marcel Sabitzer reportedly wants to leave the Bundesliga outfit, with Arsenal linked linked.

The 24-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Bundesliga club this summer, with numerous clubs from the Premier League linked.

The midfield enforcer has been one of the top performers in Europe across the last couple of years and an impressive European Championship could attract even more interest, and there is claims that Gunners boss Mikel Arteta would like to add him to the squad

And amid the speculation, Sabitzer wants to leave the Bundesliga club and could be available for €17.5 million (£15m/$21m), according to The Athletic.

However, amid all the speculation, his mind is focused on international matters ahead of a Group C campaign featuring games against North Macedonia, Holland and Ukraine. Asked whether he would like to play in England, Sabitzer said: “I can’t really say, I am focusing on the task that I have here with the national team.

“Everything that has to do with the club and future has zero importance for me at the moment if I want to be successful with this team at the European Championship.

“I am not going to give any updates before the end of the Euros.”


Sabitzer is certainly a player that could make a real impact on this Arsenal side if they did decide to try and get a deal done. But he may feel a move to the Emirates would not give him the game time that he would want.

However, he would be a brilliant signing if Arsenal could get a move done


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