Transfer rumours and paper review – Saturday, August 13: Fabregas set for Chelsea exit, Hart’s Man City future uncertain and Eriksen’s Tottenham contract ultimatum

13 Aug

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he could stay and carry on playing for Manchester United for another three seasons. (Sky Sports)


Chelsea have offered playmaker Cesc Fabregas to Italian champions Juventus. (Tuttosport)

Joe Hart’s Manchester City career could be in the balance, with Pep Guardiola opting to drop the England goalkeeper for Willy Caballero for the Premier League opener with Sunderland. (The Guardian)

Guardiola also wants to continue overhauling his squad by signing Barcelona stopper Marc-Andre ter Stegen. (Daily Express)

Christian Eriksen is demanding Tottenham break their wage structure to get him to stay at the club. The Danish playmaker, who has two years remaining on his current £32,000-a-week, wants his wages upped to £150,000-a-week to pen a new contract. (Daily Mirror)

Juventus and Inter Milan are both interested in Eriksen. (Daily Telegraph)

Meanwhile, Spurs are preparing a £13m bid for Sporting Lisbon and Portugal midfielder Adrien Silva. The 27-year-old is also wanted by Everton(L’Equipe)

Crystal Palace forward Yannick Bolasie is set to seal a £25m move to Everton next week, with the deal potentially rising to £30m. (Daily Express)

Saido Berahino has told West Brom he intends to see out the final year of his contract, despite interest from Crystal Palace and Stoke. (Daily Mail)

The Baggies are obviously keen to sell the 23-year-old for profit this summer, but will not sanction a move unless manager Tony Pulis can find a suitable replacement. (Daily Mirror)

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