Transfer rumours and paper review – Monday, July 25: Manchester United increase Paul Pogba bid, Chelsea striker latest, plus more

25 Jul

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…


Manchester United have submitted an increased bid of £92m for midfielder Paul Pogba, 23, but Juventus are seeking an additional 10m euros. (The Guardian)

Chelsea striker Diego Costa, 27, remains a target for his old club Atletico Madrid with the Blues wanting Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata, 23, as his replacement. (Daily Mirror)

Juventus are lining up a move for Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic, 27, as a replacement for Manchester United-bound Paul Pogba. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool will make a final bid of around £8m to secure the signing of Leicester full-back Ben Chilwell, 19. (The Sun) 

Winger Nolito, 29, moved to Manchester City instead of returning to his former club Barcelona because he wanted to work with City boss Pep Guardiola again.(Daily Telegraph)

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe wants to buy a new central defender this summer. (The Guardian)

New Sunderland manager David Moyes will contact former club Manchester United over a possible loan move for winger Adnan Januzaj, 21. (Daily Mail)

Stoke City are set to secure the £13m signing of Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen, 26, after Swansea City failed to match their bid. (The Sun)

Here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines:​​

Liverpool FC news: Six possible attacking formations for Jurgen Klopp next season including £25m signing Georginio Wijnaldum

Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United in three-way battle for Kostas Manolas

Crystal Palace transfer news: Eagles submit £20 million bid for West Brom striker Saido Berahino

Chelsea transfer news: AC Milan planning move for Blues outcast Juan Cuadrado

Liverpool readying £28 million bid for German starlet Max Meyer

Arsenal striker search BOOST! Alexandre Lacazette asks Lyon for permission to leave if Gunners table bid

Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal ALERT! Agent of playmaker Ivan Rakitic hints at Barcelona exit

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