Transfer rumours and paper review – Monday, March 28: Man United tracking Portugal trio, Arsenal to land ex-Chelsea starlet?
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…
Manchester United scouts will be in Leiria on Tuesday to watch a trio of Portuguese stars. Bernardo Silva, Andre Gomes and Renato Sanches are all expected to start for the hosts against Belgium. The three midfielders are clients of super agent Jorge Mendes. (Daily Mirror)
Paris Saint-Germain have been linked with a move for Manchester United star Anthony Martial. The French champions reportedly see the striker as a long-term replacement for Edinson Cavani, who could be sold this summer. (Daily Star)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted he is considering offers to move to the Premier League this summer. Arsenal have been offered the 34-year-old Swedish superstar while Jose Mourinhowill move for Ibrahimovic if he gets the Manchester United job. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal are hoping to seal a deal for Portuguese starlet Domingos Quina in the next 48 hours. Teenage midfielder Quina, 16, has quit Chelsea and Arsenal have made an offer to sign him. Chelsea signed Quina as a 13-year-old from Benfica and he was seen as one of the club’s best young talents. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham and West Ham are vying to sign AFC Wimbledon starlet Ryan Sweeney. The Premier League pair have already sent spies to run the rule over the rookie defender twice. Championship clubs Charlton and Huddersfield are also keen having made personal checks on the teenager. (Daily Mirror)
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