Man Utd want Jose Gaya
Manchester United are edging closer to the signing of Valencia star Jose Gaya, according to Spanish publication Deporte Valenciano.
The left-back has caught the eye of United scouts after his consistent performances in La Liga.
United see the position at the left of their defence as an area for improvement with questions over Luke Shaw’s fitness and Ashley Young’s contract expiring at the end of the season.
Brandon Williams has emerged as a capable understudy to a first-team choice and Gaya as seen as that, with a January transfer possible.
Liverpool stance on Kylian Mbappe transfer
Liverpool are not interested in signing PSG star Kylian Mbappe.
Reports from Spain this week claimed the Reds are hoping to beat Real Madrid to the France international.
However, The Athletic say there’s no truth to the rumours.
They add that Nike would not help fund the transfer, which would cost around £215m.
Ed Woodward wants two Man Utd transfers
Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has earmarked Declan Rice and Jadon Sancho as priority transfer targets.
The Red Devils are keen to bolster their ranks amid their struggles under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
They’ve won just three of their first 11 Premier League matches and currently stand little chance of breaking into the top four.
And Goal say that, over the next two transfer windows, Manchester United will try to lure Rice and Sancho to the club.
Barcelona want Arsenal star Aubameyang
Barcelona are the latest European big gun to be linked with a potential end-of-season move for Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Spanish TV show El Chiringuito claim the Catalan giants are prepared to offer the Gabon international a route away from north London.
Arsenal are yet to live up to what they promised Aubameyang when he joined them with challenging for Premier League glory a long way off.
Real Madrid have also been touted as an option for the former Borussia Dortmund hitman, who is the Gunners’ top scorer this term.